HUI Big Picture Monthly Chart… and Words

I have fun putting up the tired looking Huey Lewis picture (I couldn’t stand that music) and am always happy to poke the gold perma pom poms simply because of how damaging they can be to the uninitiated. But lately, a smart NFTRH subscriber has been describing just how much negativity he’s receiving out there in the financial social media sphere for his currently bullish … Continue reading HUI Big Picture Monthly Chart… and Words

Another ‘vs. SPY’ Scenario

Thinner and thinner the market’s leadership becomes. Small Caps may be cooked, the Trump ‘build out’ ‘Materials’ sector is wobbling at best, Transports are well below the 2017 highs and Semis, Big Tech and the FANGs are left to tempt in every last performance chasing casino patron. Man, I was bullish the Semis a year ago (when you could hear only crickets in the bull … Continue reading Another ‘vs. SPY’ Scenario

Currencies, and Some ‘Out There’ Thoughts on Inflation, Stocks, Gold and Miners

NFTRH’s ‘Currencies’ segment (one among a report filled with critical insight across all major market segments and many of the stocks therein) went off its usual brief message and riffed into some macro discussion on inflation’s post-2011 path. Excerpted from the May 28th edition of Notes From the Rabbit Hole… Uncle Buck’s index is weak and the SMA 50 is crossing below the SMA 200. … Continue reading Currencies, and Some ‘Out There’ Thoughts on Inflation, Stocks, Gold and Miners

NFTRH 449 Out Now

As emailed to subscribers along with the report… NFTRH 449 was helpful to me in trying to untangle a web of information and make sense of the near-term. It may seem difficult to retain everything on a first read (it is for me, at least) so I ask you to read it, consider re-reading it and then use it for reference because there is so … Continue reading NFTRH 449 Out Now

Treasury Bond Sentiment Becoming Toxic Again

The wash-rinse-repeat cycle continues along in Treasury bonds and Bloomberg and its poster girl of the day for an alarming headline, Louise Yamada, may finally be right a half a year or so after so wonderfully making our contrary case for a bond bounce. Ref. R.I.P. Bond Bull!!!! Now see… Specs Now Net Long for First Time Since July, Most Long 10yr Since 2007 from … Continue reading Treasury Bond Sentiment Becoming Toxic Again

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NFTRH; The Bullish Look of Some Gold Stocks, Large & Small

As you know, we have been setting HUI in the chains of the now-declining SMA 200. Here is the daily chart. The parameters are the 50 (blue) and 200 (red) day moving averages, the April high and finally, the February high. Beyond those, Huey is on a new bull phase of a new bull market. Until those milestones are met, it is not. But if … Continue reading NFTRH; The Bullish Look of Some Gold Stocks, Large & Small

A Great Day in the Market! So What?

This is one of those posts that started out as a regular blurb and then it just wouldn’t stop talking, rambling on, getting a little preachy here, promotional there and ultimately, maybe useful to some people too. Sometimes you’ve just gotta write ’em and send ’em out into the world. Today was my best trading day of the year (although I didn’t actually make a … Continue reading A Great Day in the Market! So What?

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Crude Oil (public post)

I left the title of Tuesday’s NFTRH+ post (now unlocked) vague because if I blare everything out publicly I no longer have a business because premium subscribers would no longer gain an advantage from this part of the service. It’s Small Business 101… serve your customer base well. Anyway, the commodity in question was crude oil, which anyone who cared might have guessed by looking … Continue reading Crude Oil (public post)

S&P 500 Closes Trump-Gate Impeachment Gap

As we noted in NFTRH 448… SPX and Dow did some gap filling as man and machine used the word “Impeachment” blared throughout the media as an excuse to sell. Fundamentally, we noted that impeachment could have little effect, as the agenda of the party in power would remain largely the same and the fiscal process might run smoother. In other words, the hysterics bear-horned … Continue reading S&P 500 Closes Trump-Gate Impeachment Gap