Yesterday’s NFTRH+ Post on the Silver/Gold Ratio Now Public

Because when you work really hard to help people not only make money when appropriate but also to preserve capital when appropriate, I think it pays to promote that once in a while. In NFTRH and mostly in interim updates we’ve been focusing on the Silver/Gold ratio (SGR) for months now because it is an indicator to a certain macro backdrop if it can break … Continue reading Yesterday’s NFTRH+ Post on the Silver/Gold Ratio Now Public

USD Ticks a New Low

So much for “great again” America. If Trump manages to somehow get reelected and he opens his pie hole about the economy you will know to filter that garbage out. It’s all just a monetary parlor trick with the able assistance of the Fed Chief. The currency as measured against the rest of the world is a measure of the society it reflects. And if … Continue reading USD Ticks a New Low

Gold is on Schedule For Our Long-Held Target

For months now, since gold put that sleepy and oh so content looking face on its bullish pattern we’ve had the measured target of 1940 loaded despite several hard tests of support and a CoT structure that is not nearly as constructive as silver’s had been. * To boot, gold has a contrary bearish HGNSI according to Mark Hulbert’s work and the gold miners’ bullish … Continue reading Gold is on Schedule For Our Long-Held Target

NFTRH+; Reflation Status in Metals Ratios

An update to provide a view of the cyclical, pro-reflation metal (copper) vs. the counter-cyclical risk ‘off’ metal (gold), and also the Silver/Gold ratio, which as we know hit our upside target yesterday. These charts give us some perspective on the status of the macro at this moment. Cu/Au maintains its up channel from the March disaster but has pulled back from the down trending … Continue reading NFTRH+; Reflation Status in Metals Ratios