Higher volatility and larger gold price moves are expected as the U.S. November election nears, according to RBC Wealth Management.
“Dollar pullback again keeping traders eyes on FED stalled stimulus and dips and rallies in gold expected more volatility ahead of U.S. elections as pandemic worries and economic and political headlines increases tensions,” writes RBC Wealth Management managing director George Gero.
“Larger daily price moves are now frequently expected as more hedgers buy and sell.” Buyers seem to be waiting fo the dips in prices before buying. “None of the usual global worries have eased. In fact inflation expectations increase with more debts and stimulus.
Gold expected to respond with more assets allocated to it, and $2,000 gold, $30.00 silver upcoming sooner than expected,” Gero notes.