Try to time your entry as well as you can, and then hold for the long term, rather than trying to be smarter than the market by dipping in and out at random intervals.
Fair enough if that's your game, but over time most speculators will achieve very little with that strategy, since it fails to recognise the need for income and relies upon a lot of guesswork.
Prices in Sydney increased by 15% which is not a bad return for those who sensibly owned well-located capital city stock. Prices will likely keep going up next year too.
With the Fed looking set to taper off its stimulus in 2014, personally I wouldn't bet on 2014 being much better for gold either.