Seasonal Trends and Patterns for Gold in January and February

We’re going to reveal some gold trading secrets used by professional traders to invest in Gold.

There is a correlation between how gold moves and the gold seasonal pattern.

There are certain times of the year when gold is stronger and some other times of the year when gold is traditionally weaker. Wouldn’t it be great to know in advance when gold has a higher probability to rise or higher likelihood to fall?

The natural phenomena have the intriguing trait that they repeat themselves during the same parts of the year. Snow usually falls in winter while sunshine during the summer. On average these tendencies persist. And this is precisely what seasonality is.

Gold price, according to its seasonal cycle, has the tendency to go up in the first quarter of the year as well as in the last months of the year. September would be one of the best trading months for the gold price if you bought it.

We have to keep in mind these are just general indicators. The gold seasonal cycles will only give you the tendency of Gold to bottom or top or rally or fall, at a particular point in time.

The Gold seasonal cycle is crucial because it’s one of the tools that highlight what the smart money is doing.

Buy Gold in the months that Gold price has the tendency to rally. According to the gold seasonal pattern the best months to buy gold and the best way to buy gold is in January, February, August, September, November and December.

 Trader Georgi Bozhidarov

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