Gold Settles $9.10 Higher ... ($1749.50)

Today's April Gold Futures traded a very subdued $18.60 range.

It is my opinion that traders are eyeing the European Union and especially the debt situation in Greece. The debt swap negotiator in Greece continues to say that negotiations continue and they are hopeful that a deal comes together in the upcoming days. There are enormous concerns that Greece will not be able to repay existing loans and are in need of another payout.

Also today Philadelphia Fed Boss Charles Plosser stood by his comments last week saying he didn't back the FOMC's 2014 pledge on interest rates. He stated that policy should not hinge on

a calendar date. Traders will be watching tomorrow's economic data and certainly are waiting on Friday's Unemployment data before choosing their trading strategies.

2/2 ECONOMIC DATA:

INITIAL JOBLESS CLAIMS.........7:30 AM. CST.

EXPORT SALES.......................7:30 AM. CST.

MY SWING NUMBERS 2/2

APRIL SILVER

RESISTANCE # 2..........$1765.00

RESISTANCE # 1..........$1757.00

PIVOT........................$1746.00

SUPPORT # 1...............$1739.00

SUPPORT # 2...............$1727.00

VOLUME.....................158, 000

MARCH SILVER

RESISTANCE # 2..........$34.56

RESISTANCE # 1..........$34.19

PIVOT........................$33.63

SUPPORT # 1...............$33.25

SUPPORT # 2...............$32.70

VOLUME.....................45,000

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