Gold Market Analysis
Technical analysis to forecast future price trends of gold and other precious metals, as well as the US Dollar and the Euro.
What a week so far!
The tables are fast turning against the deeply indebted USGovt officials. USA Inc is in deep trouble.
The historic rule of thumb is that the S&P500 is correctly valued with a price/earnings or PE ratio of 14, the market normally hits the area of 7 at true bear market bottoms, and 21 at bull market tops.
Commodities are trying to hold their ground and could go either way quickly. There is a lot of chatter going on about gold and silver. I am hearing extreme theories from everyone I talk with.
For many years we have all reached a resigned indifference to the way inflation figures are manipulated to suit the masters of the day.
The chances of gold breaking out to new highs in the near future are rapidly diminishing as the heavy hitters who have always prevailed up to this point are dramatically ramping up their short positions.
Big round numbers are irresistibly alluring. There is some kind of psychological gravity about them that captures people's attention.
It's that time again when the gold bugs come crawling out of the wood work.
A paradigm shift is underway, unrecognized inside the US kettle. Its water level is falling and its temperature is rising, even as fewer foreign born cooks stir its contents.
The rising tide lifts all boats, and that is exactly what we saw last week. Gold, silver, oil, natural gas, and stocks all put in a solid bounce last week.
The past week saw some major gains in the major averages helped by some good earnings by banks, which were offset by some major names disappointing in the earnings confessional.
Commodities have had a rough go lately, especially before this week. You couldn't open a financial newspaper or turn on CNBC without seeing endless bearish prognostications for raw materials' prices.
The globe is losing patience with leadership and management of the USGovt ship at sea.
Whilst this world's commerce still rotates on the unsteady axis of paper currencies, we will be subjected to a great deal of volatility and uncertainty.
The Summer* doldrums are upon us with many investors more interested in the weather forecast than the markets.
At the G8 conference a few days ago, the President of Russia, Medvedev, pulled a "gun" from his pocket.
Despite a 40% market recovery and an abatement of the credit crisis, a climate of high fear abounds among market participants.
The technical trader looks at the market much differently than most.
"Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin. The Bankers own the earth.
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Many are the obstructions to the so-called (mislabeled) deflation threat within the USEconomy. To begin with, falling asset prices does not constitute deflation.
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