Time to look at Spot Gold and Aussie Gold Stocks!!

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Spot Gold is showing some bullish signs!!

Spot Gold has been the proverbial ‘pain in the backside’ for many Gold Bugs and Inflation hedges for a long time now…so is it now time to get Long?

I feel that Gold on a Daily basis is showing some positive signs but may still have some work to do to convince longer term investors.

Gold shares have generally rallied off lows to potentially break the back of the trend down.

In the video below (double click the image), I talk through my view on Spot Gold, the major levels that I am watching and some of the Key ASX Gold stocks.

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