I've got about £1000 standing by but I'm not sure I'm aiming to buy anything yet, or sell anything.... but I might have changed my mind by tomorrow.
As mentioned before, the worst perfomer, BlackRock Gold and General, was a kind of accidental investment.
Now physical gold losses have racked-up too I need to remember why I made this investment in the first place and decide if really want to cancel these positions.
On April 10 Goldman Sachs analysts said the gold price would fall to $1,450 by the end of 2013 and carry on falling through 2014 to $1,270 an ounce. I didn't know what to do then - so I didn't do anything.
And the last time I looked gold was trading at £1,351. I still don't know what to do but I'm not as worried as used to be when I was looking at this stuff all the time.
I have tried a couple of times to work out what I am doing and why, but due to no longer looking very often it feels a bit like reinventing the wheel.
The first attempt looked at whether I should take action frequently: http://goldetfinvestor.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/gold-price-falling-on-monday.html
The next tried to assimilate the advice I got: http://goldetfinvestor.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/identity-crisis-at-gold-etf-investor.html
And that was the nearest I got to working out how to get through times of indecision... not very far.
I don't think anything has changed in my rationale - which was originally more to do with educating myself than making money (or losing it for that matter).
It may be another 10 days or another 10 years before I can get the same price for these shares.
But how much gold will be left as fees chip away on the gold they contain? I'll have to work it out.