NFTRH; Similarities to 2008 & 2011 [w/ 2 edits & some wording cleaned up]

I wanted to get this posted now but am not going to proof it for typos or confusing language (past dinner time). I’ll proof it in the morning, so if you’d like you can check it out again tomorrow. Edits added at the end. In 2008 and 2011 inflation trades ended. The former rolled over and crashed and the latter shot up like a bottle … Continue reading NFTRH; Similarities to 2008 & 2011 [w/ 2 edits & some wording cleaned up]

Gold/Silver Ratio to the world: “anyone listening?”

Gold/Silver ratio indicates waning market liquidity Since its fellow rider, the much reviled US dollar, is also still in rally mode the implication of the Gold/Silver ratio ticking a new high for its cycle is a negative thing. The negativity usually starts, handily enough, in the precious metals. Then if the 2 Horsemen keep riding their traditional route the liquidity drainage hits commodities and resources. … Continue reading Gold/Silver Ratio to the world: “anyone listening?”

A slight inkling for gold stocks?

Quality companies like Franco Nevada and Kirkland Lake are filling gaps Make no mistake, the HUI Gold Bugs index is technically bad and if we’re sticking to the letter of the technical law, potentially very bad (based on downside targeting). But a couple of quality items beg the question of whether at least a bounce can come about soon. FNV has its sights set on … Continue reading A slight inkling for gold stocks?