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Highlighted to close out NFTRH 607‘s Commodities segment: Finally, some food for thought (and a contrary indication) on the Commodity sector, compliments of a subscriber.
No pun intended with the title, but it appears that the market’s excuse to fall once again – as was eventually likely on this bounce
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
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.
Some gold (GLD) ratios for you macro indicator dorks like me… Gold vs. SPY, despite yesterday’s dive bomb… Gold vs. Global (ex-US) Gold vs. Commodities
In NFTRH 587 we anticipated perhaps one more drop and then a recovery off of the bearish engulfing candles in the main indexes and that
They say that Festivus is the “anti-Christmas”, but in this case we are going to call it the anti-Christmas Eve as the markets close out
I hear all this talk about why stocks are bullish… …and why stocks could be bearish. And even a lot of talk – including from
Time for another pictorial representation of largely counter-cyclical gold’s standing vs. cyclical markets and assets using the associated ETFs. Let’s go with weekly charts this
Time again for what I think are among the most interesting – and analytically valuable – views beneath the market’s surface. Gold/SPX ratio is trending
A simple update using pictures and a few words to keep us abreast of the macro situation. Much of it reviews the work to date.
October came and went. It’s now November 5th with holiday (and Wall Street bonus) season directly ahead along with the 1 year anniversary of the
The interplay between gold and silver is a critical component to understanding what is out ahead; to understanding whether long-term Treasury yields will rise and