Finally, we have seen the obvious (what most people will now take note of) kickoff to a short-term correction in the precious metals. Depending on
A snapshot of the current daily chart technical status of several ETFs… GLD is bullish but in the equivalent resistance zone as noted for gold
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
A reminder that below is a snapshot of current ETF status, not a comprehensive technical review.
GDX held neckline support after spiking below the bear flag’s origin point and is filling the downside gap off of the bear flag breakdown. If
A reminder that ETF charts are more a snapshot to current status than comprehensive TA. Also, to save time the MACD (which is usually noted
Key ETFs offer a technical snapshot each week, but are not comprehensive technical analysis. GLD is right at the resistance we noted last week. The
Well, our work of art kept to plan for another day. The two shaded candles are the corresponding candles of interest for this week.
The 10 vs. 2 year yield spread dropped, which was an in-day negative not to be given undue weight based on one day, but to
Reminder: ETF updates are presented as a snapshot to current status only. More in depth work is done in NFTRH.
I am cooling my heels at the allergist’s office. I almost bid goodbye to this world a couple times due to Yellow Jacket stings and
GLD turned last week’s resistance to support, which is now being tested as Ukraine hype unwinds and FOMC looms. This is a still bullish chart
GLD is in consolidation at resistance. It is bullish until proven otherwise. Support is anywhere from the visual lateral support at 122 to the gap
GLD has reached the resistance that is the initial objective for the rally off the December bottom. On its bull signal but at a logical