Just another in a continuum of reports that have been in line with a macro theme seeing a loss of momentum in the US stock market and potential bottoming in the gold sector in 2015 and the establishment of new intermediate trends in 2016.
NFTRH 384 does its job well and puts a lot of definition (and conclusion) on the current market bounce and the state of elevated short-term risk in the precious metals. But here we introduce some very important dynamics from early last decade, when similar changes were in play.
The bottom line is that investors need to be prepared to operate by different rules than we have over the last few years. Lot’s more to boot! NFTRH 384 out now.
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