Is Gold Headed for a Bull Market?

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Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) -- In today's Triple Threat, Bloomberg's Julie Hyman, HSBC's James Steel and Stutland Equities' Joe Tigay discuss the outlook for gold prices with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Concern about a mentally seeing higher interest rates.

That all means good things for the u.s. dollar.

Why are we going to assume gold will keep going up?

I would not assume it will keep going up, at least not very strongly.

Certainly there is upside and gold tends to be sensitive to geopolitical risk.

Look at previous episodes of tension in the middle east.

It tends to get the gains back, unless there is a concerted rise in oil prices or some form of disruption related to the rest.

You think this is a near-term opportunity?

At least in regard to the political risk aspect.

Unless there is a severe disruption to oil supply, which would be historically positive for gold.

You also said physical demand for gold, i assume you're talking about the consumer aspect come is limited.

It is limited for the higher prices.

It has been remarkably high in china and will continue to be high.

We have government policies in india that are taxing bouillon.

It does not necessarily mean the market will drop.

I do think it will push a little bit higher from here but difficult to keep the physical momentum going.

You have touched on a good point with the tapering.

No matter when it happens, if it does happen, that is going to be negative.

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We recommend 3-5% of the portfolio in gold.

Gold looks to be a little frothy right here.

It makes sense to take a step back and do a stock replaced a trade.

Sell the -- gold position.

I would be long gold again at 132. you will get to collect the $2.36. a 33 built that fancy option top.

One-third of the amount of gop move.

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