Gold correction vs. cyclical assets continues In the last post we viewed gold’s correction vs. commodities, materials and silver. Here, let’s take a look at
So who to believe, the “legendary” Jim Rogers, as interviewed by perma-bear/survivalist/gold booster Chris Martenson’s enterprise (click graphic, get story)? Or Mark Hulbert, he of
Friday felt strange, as I tried to point out in NFTRH 623. Normally, a news-driven market holds an efficacy of a day or so. I
Whether the market is foreign or domestic, equity, commodity or metal the grind is on. Speaking of grind, the one in gold has been expected
The Opening Notes segment of this week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole, NFTRH 614… Keep Dancing (while the music plays) FOMC came, FOMC delivered what
It appears that the downward market reversal on Monday was another sentiment resetting micro twitch after all. As noted, these happened fairly regularly in 2019.
Some words and several charts to take a reading on the status of the macro bounce. SPX turned down from resistance and will try to
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
The Nasdaq bubble popped in 2000 after motoring upward on increasing volume in two separate phases. Volume rammed upward and RSI diverged. Like shootin’ fish
I checked the futures this morning only to see broad stocks down after yesterday’s ‘China stimulus’ party. I saw copper down but oil up and
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
Gold bugs will remember 2012 as the last year of hope that gold was still in its bull cycle as it managed to hold key
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