GLD is on a strong bull signal, but getting over bought as it heads toward the equivalent of gold 1340, our short term target. Over
A subscriber requested a view of GDX, similar to the earlier one of GDXJ.
As we did with SLW last week earlier this week, today let’s take a look at a speculative leader to the precious metals rally and
Gold is Monetary Value We preface the post with a statement that has not changed since I began public writing nearly 10 years ago: Gold
The ‘bounce’ has been more powerful than I thought it might, bringing the prospect of the next up phase – indeed a potential melt up
Today there is some turbulence. Good, an extended rally scenario would not want to see the sector fly up to excessively over bought levels all
A low priority update on Silver Wheaton’s daily technical status. This post is not meant to call anyone to any sort of action. It is
GLD climbed above lateral resistance yesterday and moved above the trend line. It is on a bull signal by all data points. The pattern measures
Stocks, precious metals and the general commodity sector are all rising today. The Dow and S&P 500 are right at ‘bounce’ resistance now but a
Yesterday’s bull fest seems to have quickly brought on thoughts of ‘here we go again’ if anecdotal evidence is any guide (referencing people’s comments at
Franco Nevada (FNV) is described as one of the best (if not the best) run precious metals royalty plays by people who seem to know
GLD is on a weak bull signal. It must get above the downtrend line or risk fading to neutral or bearish.
The following is the opening segment of this week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole, NFTRH 276: Somewhere along the road from the 2000 bottom in
The stock market is taking the bounce right at its do-or-die point, which was to maintain the December lows. Gold is taking the counter to