The Semiconductor index is tapping the EMA 10 (gold line) again. This has supported two previous blips. Let’s see how #3 goes.
The Gold-Silver ratio and USD (GLD-SLV, UUP) are still in bullish trends, which means the case for a decline in market liquidity is still in
With respect to the previous post… no neckline break as the last hour took a little off the top of GDXJ. Just a play-by-play FYI
Our furry friends are going to need to make a decision soon. That is because the still-intact bottoming (bounce) patterns we noted on GDX and
Checking in on the Semiconductor sector, where all the bear hype started in October, we find the weekly SOX at an interesting juncture. Of course
Sometimes it is good to just put the data up and let it speak, whether or not we want to hear the message or whether
Upon rummaging through the St. Louis Fed’s excellent database, some global employment data items for review… US manufacturing hourly earnings are in an uninterrupted up
From reader MM today… “Very interesting recent note on gold & silver. (I’m not a subscriber, by the way). Especially the two specially selected advisors
No folks, I am not a day trader! :-) But that does not preclude me from dialing in to short-term views, and a short-term view
Well, the Uranium patch sure is interesting. We have been noting for several weeks now the difference between Thing 1 (the price of Uranium Oxide)
NFTRH 316 was abbreviated because I have this person known as my wife who suggested in no uncertain terms that I participate with her in
I knew when I published the Gold Bug Psychology article I would not be making friends this week. That’s the point. I sign my real
Bright and early on a Saturday an abbreviated (and really easy to read; funny how that goes) NFTRH 316 is mailed to subscribers.
Yesterday we noted that GDX got zonked on the close and today in what looked like a running of the shorts DUST took an accelerated