With whats going on in this economy Im very surprised to see gold under $800 again, Gold should be well above $1500 at this point, one ETF I have mentioned is DGP, currently trading at $15.41. I would wait until next week to see where gold trades, if it does sell off going into early next week I would be a buyer of DGP under $14.00 once again, it is a very volatile ETF because it moves 2X what gold moves. Get ready to get back into Gold. Gold falls for seventh day on funds liquidation Gold surrenders 9% in week, biggest weekly percentage drop in over 20 years By Moming Zhou, MarketWatch Last update: 9:24 a.m. EDT Oct. 17, 2008 Comments: 44 NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Gold futures fell Friday for a seventh straight session, with the benchmark contract heading for the biggest weekly loss in more than 20 years, as investors kept dumping futures contracts and opted for cash amid financial turmoil. Gold for December delivery slumped $21.50, or 2.7%, to $783 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract has lost nearly $80 this week, or 9%, the biggest weekly percentage loss since at least 1984, according to FactSet Research. "Funds who would like to keep their asset of last resort are being forced to sell, and this is causing weakness in the paper gold market price," said Peter Spina, president of GoldSeek.com. "There will be more victims of the fund collapse and more forced liquidations even if it requires to sell your most desired assets such as precious metals," he added. On gold exchange-traded funds, gold in the SPDR Gold Trust, the largest gold ETF, fell to 756.86 tons Thursday from Wednesday's 767.58 tons, according to latest data from the fund. That's down 10.72 tons, or 1.4%, Analysts had projected gold prices to rise as demand for the precious metal as a safe haven is expected to increase amid the financial turmoil, but gold has repeatedly defied their expectations and has lost more than $120 in seven sessions. Some analysts said that in the long term, the global rescue plans to inject liquidity into the market will stir inflation -- something that would be a bullish sign for gold prices as investors tend to buy the metal as a hedge against rising prices. In other metals action, December silver dropped 2.8% to $9.37 an ounce. Copper for December delivery lost 1.2% to $2.0615 a pound. January platinum slid 2.1% to $872.40 an ounce, and December palladium fell 1.6% to $170.40 an ounce. In spot trading, the London gold-fixing price -- used as a benchmark for gold for immediate delivery -- stood at $801 an ounce Friday morning local time, down $1 from Thursday afternoon.