It doesn’t include this morning’s little bump, which sees it trying to take back the daily SMA 200. But regardless, the gold price is in
Side note disclaimer: I covered shorts in gold this morning. I think it could go lower nominally, but I don’t care. Anyway, on with the
Editorial comments follow the charts. Amid the massive rush to risk ‘off’, just look at the similarities between long-term Treasury bonds… …and the Gold/Commodities ratio.
I went out in the afternoon with gold screaming upward on COVID-19 hysteria. I see something like that and I mentally prepare for the “volatility
Here is a weekly chart of gold vs. the USD index and then vs. global pairs/USD. Trends are… Beuller? By the way, this is all-time
I emphasize the term ‘gold analyst’ because I cannot figure out why people would think of someone who micro manages gold, silver and the miners
Gold just will not go away. It conjures up Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: “Who [is that guy]?” The daily chart trends are up
Twitter annoyed me today because it showed me a 10,000/oz. price projection for gold. I get sour about that stuff because people read it and
Is this a bullish Cup & Handle forming in gold (GLD)? If so, it’s still just a baby handle and these things can go on
Happy New Year 2020 is kicking into gear with the fading noise about the trade war morphing into a rising din about a potential shooting
Aside from the flip by one of the 2 Gold Bears (the other has already flipped) noted earlier, below are some headlines adorning the gold
As you probably know, I’ve occasionally posted and interpreted the gold Commitments of Traders data noting its high risk signals for months (most recently here).
Time for another pictorial representation of largely counter-cyclical gold’s standing vs. cyclical markets and assets using the associated ETFs. Let’s go with weekly charts this
Yup, the title is a play on Dumb & Dumber and I’ll leave it to you dear reader to evaluate whether or not that is