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The Doctor called and he has good news for reflation-minded casino patrons. The important $3/lb. level has been taken out (daily chart) by this asset
It has not really done much of anything, but Palladium (Pd ETF PALL shown here) is making the move I’d hoped it would after buying
Note: I’ll be out much of the day (I think). Meanwhile, here’s a look at one of the key asset markets for the reflating macro.
There are ETFs holding Uranium companies (URNM & URA) and there is a company holding the cake. We track Uranium holder Uranium Participation each week
Here’s the chart of a still concerning indicator for the global reflation trades. The major trend is and has been down in the Copper/Gold ratio.
Doctor Copper’s daily chart situation got pretty hysterical, all the way up to the round number resistance at $3/lb. As you can see on the
As noted in NFTRH, I bought PALL a couple weeks ago, trying to will it into a break above the SMA 200. A logical resistance
Without superimposing biased views on the situation let’s just note that the copper price is breaking a trend channel line and eyeballing the bull pivot.
Today another jobs report that was already in the bag on the inevitable economic bounce-back from deplorably bad readings has stimulated casino patrons finding it
I am not an Energy head, but this catches my eye. A subscriber asked if I would focus closer on Energy and I was a
Just thought I’d provide a look at copper, which is testing the very tentative 2.62 support level. So far the daily prescription is an ongoing
Highlighted to close out NFTRH 607‘s Commodities segment: Finally, some food for thought (and a contrary indication) on the Commodity sector, compliments of a subscriber.
Gold: counter-cyclical, risk ‘off’ qualities, defensive w/ some inflation sensitivity. Silver: cross dresses between counter-cyclical and cyclical, more offensive within the PMs, inflation sensitive. Copper: