Along the same lines as the trades in Palladium and the REE’s, another resources sector that is strategic to a positive economic environment is Uranium.
GLD lost the battle with the neckline yesterday and remains bearish.
A disclaimer: I am long and/or trading several regular ‘bull stocks’ (as well as short a couple). Don’t interpret the sober message below as a
An update for would-be Tax Loss / ‘January Effect’ buyers… As you may have noticed in the portfolio section of NFTRH 267, REMX was added
GLD continues its death struggle with the neckline, is in a downtrend and remains on a bear signal.
We have been working a theme lately about the mania going on in US stocks (some valuations are not overly manic but policy sure is)
From the previous update: “If HUI can cross back over the 206.66 October [June] low, I’ll take even more note.” Okay, so I am taking
I am tinkering around trying to see if I am comfortable with a more active trading opportunity aspect to the NFTRH service. As such, I
As we have been noting, the daily chart of HUI has a target of 168, which would be a theoretical Head on an Inverted H&S.
GLD continues to fight with the neckline and is on a bear signal.
Very simply, the October low was 211 for HUI. Other measures, like the GDX and GDXJ ETFs have already made lower lows. But today HUI
GLD hit support (neckline) yesterday and made a lower low to October’s low. A loss of this neckline would measure to 105 (+/-). GLD is
GLD is on a bear signal just above critical support. A loss of support in the 120 to 121 area would target roughly 105, based
The gold-silver ratio continues to rise today. A rising GSR often means strained market liquidity.