What Has Been A solid 2.5 years of risk management (to varying degrees) has been required of precious metals investors. It was most intensely required
A view of the metals by daily chart. SLV is above the 50 day averages. Next objective would be to break the trend line. There
In response to a subscriber’s request, I am pleased to announce the addition of a simple yet helpful new aspect to the NFTRH service that
Here is what the US Fed did to the currency it is supposedly a steward of yesterday. The USD plunged below an important support level.
The preferred support for gold is 1350. This morning gold is $10 an ounce below that level.
The destruction culminating in late June in the gold price brought out the usual suspects to school us ever since about why gold is all
Last week the Silver-Gold ratio (SGR) failed to get with the bear memo as the sector got a hard shakeout, and look what happened. This
Yesterday was an impulsive looking move and something of a statement in itself. But now technically, the metals and miners need to gather themselves (after
The last week has been a fright fest for the gold “community”. But these are the financial markets, not a community. There is a world
Gold and silver downside momentum is either building into a capitulation and a bottom or the technical damage is going to be obvious. A drop
Today we use the recent events in the gold sector as an example of how effective use of Sentiment and Technical analysis can keep us
Silver has triggered its MACD in a positive sign. Gold continues to be, well, gold, an anchor to monetary value. To boot, it’s also got
We are back to our original big picture parameters in the precious metals, which are support of 1600 to 1625 for gold and 27-28 for
Precious Metals Silver is still below the 31 resistance, although it no longer looks like a Bear Flag. Still, resistance is resistance until it no