Thanks for posting that. Sinclair says exactly what we've pretty much suspected, doesn't he.
Anytime gold has a major reason to break out, it also has a major reason to break down. This is because when gold nears resistance levels there is the technical risk of a failure to break through to the upside. Hence, the algorithms are ready to sell at a millisecond's notice. This is why it is so easy to beat down gold every time it threatens to explode to the upside.