Have Gold, Mining Shares Topped?

By: Brad Gudgeon | Mon, May 2, 2016
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Gold should drop about $150 from here into May 18th or about 12-13%. Gold mining shares should drop about 35-38% from here into May 18th. Mercury turned stationary/retrograde on April 28th suggesting a major top +/- 2 trading days from that date. The Gann cycles suggest a likelihood of Monday, May 2nd being that top. The vertical white lines are TLC or trend line convergence lows which look for May 18th and May 20th as being important lows.

The charts below explain everything:

GLD Daily Chart
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GDX Daily Chart
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