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I had an email today from a soon to be former subscriber expressing frustration at the fact I do not provide enough analysis and provide too much commentary. He also expressed frustration at the sideways trend in gold. I said in yesterday’s copy that the renewed bull trend in gold will be confirmed by a move above $1850. Until then we are still in a range. I am positioned to benefit from a breakout, and based on my original entry points, my breakeven is $1800. Nothing I say or do will cause a breakout to occur sooner than the market is ready to support it.Click HERE to subscribe to Fuller Treacy Money Back to top