Courtesy of the Big Picture Blog (Barry Ritholz), is a thoughtful piece by Paul Brodsky, concerning the empty rhetoric from some Gold bears….”It’s a crowded trade.” I have been harping about this for quite a while…..
Various Gold-Related video clips from last week…..great stuff and worth your time….
When Soros said “ultimate bubble” perhaps he meant….
The strongest moves in Gold occur when the market is rising against all currencies. While this is a “duh” statement, I bet most analysts neglect to track…..
Looks to me like the metals are following the shares. The shares have been leading the metals in recent days. With the holiday session in the US, the metals are getting a chance to catch up to the shares. The US$ index should run into some resistance at 81. The precious metals complex may already … Continue reading “Monday’s Comment on Gold & Silver”
Sure, gold costs a lot more and gets most of the attention, but its white-metal sister could be the better buy today……
Video Clips on Gold and issues (sovereign debt, treasury bonds, currencies) related to Gold….
If we look at weekly closes, then Gold priced in Euros broke-out to a new all time high……
This post is a sample of our premium work. It comes from today’s premium update.
We track options data (put-call ratios) from the International Securities Exchange. Their options data provides a better contrary indicator than options data from the CBOE. Below is a chart of GDX along with the put-call ratio …..
The cup and handle pattern is one of the most prevalent and reliable technical patterns. It occurs often and in short, medium and super long-term time frames. Technical analysis is not an exact science. In fact it is more an art than science. The formation of a technical pattern doesn’t imply infallibly, that the pattern … Continue reading “Gold Cup and Handles”