FB & GOOGL

Hello, my name is Gary. I am a Keystone Kop, making more goofy moves than sensible ones* during a week where I really should be just putting down the crack pipe and staying away. My life is semi upside down now with painters crawling all over the house only being a small part of it. I think capitulation volume is building but maybe not yet … Continue reading FB & GOOGL

Experts as Contrary Indicators (Bonds Edition)

I want to begin this post by again noting publicly that feel like I clowned myself yesterday in my own trading and in my lack of attention to the market at a critical point (couldn’t really be helped, but it’s the results that matter). Despite a market doing generally as expected, I was not really prepared. My macro views often prove right on while my … Continue reading Experts as Contrary Indicators (Bonds Edition)

Volatility

So tell me, how do you write about volatility to come, mentally prepare for it and then get beaten by it? Well, if you are me you live up to your non day traderism and see to other important things in life thinking that maybe you get a free pass, the short-covering market bounce might keep going for another day* and you can add shorts … Continue reading Volatility

Amigo #1 (SPX/Gold) is Bouncing

With the big bounce back in long-term Treasury bonds (as yields got slammed right where the Continuum’s limiters projected they would) we have Amigo #2 in the books. Remember that Amigo was only projected to halt and reverse hard at the limiters (catch the media-following herd completely off guard), not necessarily to begin a new bull phase in bonds. So he’s in the books and … Continue reading Amigo #1 (SPX/Gold) is Bouncing

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NFTRH; Metallic Indicators Not Convinced

Well, it’s just a day. But after the big bounce back in stocks one set of indicators is not confirming the big upward burst. I took a look at PALL/Gold expecting to see the typical big bounce back that would in oh so predictable fashion begin to question the market’s bearish potentials. But instead… PALL/Gold was down again and resides below the short-term resistance of … Continue reading NFTRH; Metallic Indicators Not Convinced

“Slaves to Government Paper” & Gold and Silver Supply/Demand Funda

Yes, it is Keith Weiner again, slightly blowing my mind with the way he looks into central banking, debt, the US dollar and gold and silver. Reading a gold analyst like this makes me chuckle about 90% of the “gold analyst” community. I mean, I am no expert either but at least I am the guy parroting “value vs. price” when it comes to gold. … Continue reading “Slaves to Government Paper” & Gold and Silver Supply/Demand Funda

Gold’s Fundamentals on the Move: PM Price Moves Should Follow

Here is this week’s Gold-Eagle spot. Gold’s Fundamentals on the Move: PM Price Moves Should Follow The point being as it has been all along, that the gold sector will be ready when the macro is ready; and the macro is not ready until things start to fall apart in the form of cyclical items weakening and then breaking down vs. counter-cyclical gold. Same as … Continue reading Gold’s Fundamentals on the Move: PM Price Moves Should Follow

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NFTRH 492 Out Now

As I was searching for old articles in which I’d used the term gold vs. “human hopes for prosperity” (a theme coming back into play currently) I came across this old article from nearly a decade ago, just after NFTRH‘s launch. The Next Bubble? (Oct. 13, 2008) I may tout myself in a future article using this look-back (ha ha ha, but seriously… ) but … Continue reading NFTRH 492 Out Now