However if you’re a short term trader both Ilczyszyn and strategic investor Dennis Gartman are skeptical.
”I’d be bullish but a lot less bullish than I was – I think it’s time to cut the position by half,” says Gartman. Largely Gartman thinks gold is too crowded.
”We’ve gone $100 in 3 days,” adds Ilczyszyn. “I’d also take profits and maybe even go short. We’ve just gone too far too fast.”
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