Editorials

Gold Stock Technicals During Dog Days of Summer

The gold stocks are trading around their highs but have failed to breakout this August. Is that due to the dog days of summer, the upcoming Fed conference or something else? We aren’t sure and don’t think it matters a great deal anyway. With that said, let’s delve into the current technicals.   The weekly … Continue reading “Gold Stock Technicals During Dog Days of Summer”


Gold against Foreign Currencies Update

..Gold remains strong against foreign currencies and that often is a leading indicator for the sector at large…


Gold and Gold Stocks Bull Analogs

Updated bull analogs for Gold, gold stocks and junior gold stocks…


Correction Over, Gold & Gold Stocks Eyeing New Highs

In a bull market corrections can end quickly. One minute you are projecting another 5-10% downside and the next, the market has left lower prices in the dust. A negative reaction to the Federal Reserve statement could have caused lower prices but instead Gold and gold stocks are now primed for new highs. Fundamentally, we … Continue reading “Correction Over, Gold & Gold Stocks Eyeing New Highs”


Gold Demand Remains Stable During Sector Weakness

My favorite indicator for real time Gold demand is the amount of Gold in the GLD and its fluctuations over time. As we wrote in our book, the driving force for Gold is investment demand which is driven by changes in real interest rates. Western-based investment demand from big money (i.e Stan Druckenmiller and George … Continue reading “Gold Demand Remains Stable During Sector Weakness”


The Upside Potential in Junior Gold Stocks

Our research continues to argue that the current, record rebound in gold stocks will continue. Every time we’ve predicted a correction, the weakness in the sector has been only a fraction of what we expected in both price and time. New bull markets that follow epic bear markets typically show exceptional strength in their first … Continue reading “The Upside Potential in Junior Gold Stocks”


Jason Zweig: Still Wrong on Gold

Jason Zweig, who a year ago called Gold a “pet rock” is doubling down. He reiterates his belief, albeit a misguided one that Gold is a pet rock and justifies it with the usual anti gold bug propaganda. Unfortunately, Zweig along with many gold-bashers and ironically some gold bugs continue to either neglect Gold’s major … Continue reading “Jason Zweig: Still Wrong on Gold”


Breakouts Galore in Gold & Silver

Gold broke-out last week on Brexit while Silver waited a week to join the party. The miners, meanwhile cleared 2014 resistance today. There are breakouts across the board in the precious metals space.   The weekly candle charts of Gold and Silver are plotted in the image below. Gold appears to have digested the Brexit … Continue reading “Breakouts Galore in Gold & Silver”


2014 Resistance Holding Gold Stocks after Brexit

What a last 24 hours for markets! At one point Gold was up $100/oz, S&P futures were limit down and the British Pound was down over 8%! The volatility has subsided, perhaps temporarily and Gold settled around $1320/oz with Silver settling below key resistance at $18. The miners predictably gapped up but the strength was … Continue reading “2014 Resistance Holding Gold Stocks after Brexit”


Bull Markets that Follow Epic Bears

The gold mining stocks continue to defy any bearish price action or perceived bearish development. Pundits first warned because of the “bearish” CoT data. The commercials are always right and a big decline is coming! Then we heard the miners were too overbought and would have to correct 20%. (I thought this once or twice!) … Continue reading “Bull Markets that Follow Epic Bears”


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