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P. Radomski

CFA, Editor & Founder @ Sunshine Profits

Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA, is the founder, owner and the main editor of SunshineProfits.com.  You can reach Przemyslaw at: http://www.sunshineprofits.com/help/contact-us/.

P. Radomski Articles

In today’s video, I’m talking about the recent performance of gold stock prices (GDX ETF) - and I’m providing my forecast for the gold stock prices in the following weeks. And as I outlined last week – the outlook is bearish.
If the dollar goes through a corrective downswing, it’s more bullish for gold? Not if a decline in the euro caused gold to rise in the first place.
Contrary to yesterday’s long analysis, today’s issue is going to be rather short, as nothing really happened on the precious metals market yesterday. The thing that did happen was the USD Index moving higher.
Infatuated with gold? Many people are, but love affairs with commodities (or stocks) are dangerous. They’ll steal your heart, then dump you.
While the greenback's failed breakout on Nov. 4th may seem bearish, it faced a similar situation in August and October, only to recover and achieve new highs. After the USD Index’s negative response to the ECB’s monetary policy meeting on...
Let’s face it, the metals are not having an easy time breaking out. Short-term rallies end up going nowhere and bearish signs are still in abundance.
What a beautiful day that was! Well, the weather varied in different places of the planet, so I don’t mean that literally. What I mean is that Mr. Market was generous and provided us with a major confirmation exactly when it was needed.
s a new month begins, the downtrend in the GDX and GDXJ should resume. When will a new buying opportunity finally present itself?
We might see a plunge in gold prices quite soon. History repeats itself to a huge degree at the moment – let’s see what it has to offer.
At the moment of writing these words, gold continues to move around the $1,800 level, so nothing really changed in the last several hours. Not much changed during yesterday’s session either. While gold, silver, and mining stocks made new...

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