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P. Radomski

CFA, Editor & Founder @ Sunshine Profits

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P. Radomski Articles

Friday’s analysis took a rather extensive form, so now I’ll briefly introduce today’s technical part. Practically everything that I wrote about the medium-term (bearish) outlook for the precious metals sector remains up-to-date. Only the...
With investors hitching their wagons to the Fed’s horse on May 4, they still believe that Chairman Jerome Powell can accomplish the impossible. Therefore, it’s all about following the man who will lead you to prosperity. However, while...
With the US economy still on fire and inflation galloping, the Fed has to react firmly. What will happen to gold after the dovish stance changes?
With the GDXJ ETF suffering a mild drawdown on Apr. 27, the recent rout has calmed for the time being. However, with the medium-term fundamental outlook remaining profoundly bearish, the junior miners and the S&P 500 are fighting a...
Despite the reality check, investors keep up their buying spree. Meanwhile, problematic events are starting to gain on gold, silver, and mining stocks.
After gold ran out of steam, the market was flooded by a wave of invalidated breakouts. Can anything keep the precious metals from nosediving?
Despite increased war tensions, gold failed to break above $2,000. What’s worse, rising USDX and interest rates are already lurking on the horizon.
While gold prices remain elevated and investors continue to ignore the implications of the Fed’s rate hike cycle, a reality check should emerge sooner rather than later. For example, Bank of America’s latest Global Fund Manager Survey...
While investors remain happy-go-lucky, fundamental data for gold and silver is now worse than in 2021. Is this the last chance to come back to earth?
Gold’s efforts misfired, silver probably faked another breakout, and gold miners aren’t doing very well either. Is there a repeat of events from a decade coming?

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