From Bloomberg: “U.S. stocks retreated, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index falling a third day, as airline stocks tumbled after escalating violence in Iraq
GDX is reviewed from a bigger picture weekly view after holding its ‘HUI 205’ parameter of 22 as support. This is defined as the bottom
We have been talking about how there had been no bubble in US stocks and how the economy is doing just fine. We have also
A picture of GDXJ vs. GDX to go with this morning’s ETF update. GDXJ leads the rallies and in breaking above the moving averages yesterday
Key ETF charts are a snapshot to current technicals, not comprehensive technical analysis. GLD bumped above the lower end of resistance yesterday and is support
Silver continues to lead gold and that is generally a positive. The ratio is sneaking above the MA 50’s, RSI is over 50 and AROON
Similarly (to the INTC idea), a smaller yet high quality Semiconductor company is LSCC. It has a valuation that is ahead of most, due to
I remind you that any NFTRH+ trades are your responsibility solely and these trades may not be revisited any time soon if at all. They
ETF daily charts are a snapshot of current technicals, not a comprehensive technical review. GLD has lost support after spilling out of the Symmetrical Triangle.
The following is one of a wide range of analytical topics covered in NFTRH 293’s 35 pages this week, much of which is straight ahead
Well, Loretta Mester looks a little hawkish anyway. She also looks a little like… To which I’d refer back to my first public article ever
GDX made two high volume down days and is bouncing. This chart attempts to gives short term parameters and technical perspective.
This chart shows HUI dropping through the 205 parameter today. While it is technically at support (and getting sufficiently over sold) as you know, without
“The real issue is that the Fed has expanded its tool kit so dramatically…” –Andrew Huszar In line with our theme of outlandish and immoral