They usually work. It’s just that sometimes you’ve got to wait a while for them. I sometimes go rummaging through the chart lists (today I
An inter-market view of a few sectors and markets… vs. SPY. What is important here is not to look at these charts like a TA
The silver price and gold price are both up big today in response to the Fed’s QE announcement. Obviously the sector is doing well today.
Just keeping tabs on the most important indicator out there (IMO of course). With reference to the previous post on sentiment, maybe it is not
This ain’t the garden of Eden There ain’t no angels above And things ain’t what they used to be And this ain’t the summer of
Just another look at the indicator that is going to decide deflationary (current), inflationary (not yet) and which asset markets get destroyed or out/under perform
At this time it is obviously a deflationary steepening. If this continues the boom as we knew it will be over. I say “as we
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
This is not just another ‘Amigos’ update, as you will see near the end of the post. As usual, we’ll go with daily charts on
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.
See? Here we are racing to the bottom of the barrel along with everybody else. I guess the green trend line just about intersects ZERO
Here is the up close view of the spread, which continues to steepen since the summer mini-inversion. May be nothing, probably is something. And that
The Gold/Silver ratio has been spiking upward while the US dollar (UUP shown in the bottom panel) has been pulling back. In that respect this
Well, it turns out that NFTRH was timely in resurrecting this indicator to highlight the divergence in equal weight SPX to headline SPX back on