Gold/Platinum Ratio - An opportunity?
Date: 10th April,2017 by Timothy Straiton
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Current level is 1.3237, close to the all time high of 1.3623 and above the 40 week moving average of 1.26.
The platinum price is just another example of exaggerated market behaviour and could well be a buying opportunity for the astute investor. When one looks back at the ratio in the year 2008 where it traded at the 0.42 level, it becomes apparent how distorted this market has become. We feel a downside target of 1.00 (parity) to be a reasonable short-term target which coincides with the Fibonacci 38.2% retracement level measured from the high of 1.3623 made in October 2016 to the low of 0.4262 made in May 2008.
The above represents the opinion and analysis of Mr Timothy Straiton, based on data available to him, at the time of writing. Mr.Straiton's opinions are his own, and are not a recommendation or an offer to buy or sell securities.
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