GOLD EVOLUTION AND ANALYSIS ON THE COMMODITY EXCHANGE
Abstract:In this article we want to emphasize the evolution of the Gold, on the commodity exchange and its analysis in present. Most investors follow the evolution of a certain market to forecast its course on the chart, this being one of the most important things that must be taken into account by an investor the history repeats itself. Therefore because of this, we studied the gold's evolution within the commodity exchange, to have a better possibility of analyzing it in the present, for greater winnings. The research method consists in using literature of specialty, using the trading program XTB Trader and using Introduction
The commodities markets, especially the oil, gold, silver and as well as of the industrial metals like copper, zinc and aluminum prices were found in the center of the investors once with the crisis that takes place in the last years. The prices increase at the most important raw materials had a huge influence on the global economic picture.
The commodity markets are the oldest exchange in the world. Their beginnings are somewhere in the ancient era, and the first commodity exchanges can be found already in the XII century in the countries of Western Europe.
Currently the mining companies around the world estimates that the current high gold prices will maintain during 2011, according to the PwC Global Gold Price Survey. About 82 of the gold producers expect that the level of their precious metal production to increase in this year. Almost three quarters of the mining companies that are the technical analysis through technical indicators. In conclusion, the importance of the evolution of the Gold was highlighted in the article, so we analyzed the Gold on the time frame H1 and W1, using technical analysis and candle formations. Finally it was demonstrated the importance of the Gold's history for its current and further analysis.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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