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P. Radomski

CFA, Editor & Founder @ Sunshine Profits

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P. Radomski Articles

A price jump on a given day doesn’t necessarily mean you should give up your short position or go long. Let’s look at the context by examining what happened in the junior mining stocks.
Practically nothing changed on the technical side of things in the precious metals market yesterday or in today’s pre-market trading, so everything that I wrote yesterday remains up-to-date. In particular, the USD Index rallied from my...
While investors continue their countdown until the Fed pivots and resumes QE, in some alternative reality, it’s perceived as bullish for risk assets. Sure, the short-term sugar high of more free money should uplift sentiment. However, I’ve...
The medium-term outlook for the precious metals is profoundly bearish – and it’s about time to abandon the short-term bullish ship. To find out why, let’s take a look at what happened in junior mining stocks.
The medium-term outlook for the precious metals remains bearish, but does this mean we can’t profit on shorter-term moves? Quite the opposite!
Practically everything that I wrote yesterday either happened in tune with that or it remains up-to-date, so today’s technical part will be rather brief.
Are you wondering if it’s worth choosing a long position in the gold market now? Well, consider taking a look at the junior miners first to find out.
The USDX and the precious metals market are like reverse images. Thus, it's possible to guess what gold and silver will do as the dollar gallops up.
In short, practically everything that I wrote in Monday’s analysis remains up-to-date. The profit-take levels in silver were hit, so those of you who chose to hold a short position in silver have likely reaped nice profits yesterday....
While the USDX rushes up without looking back, gold is running... out of power. What could the next dollar highs mean for the precious metals market?

One ounce of gold is so ductile it can be drawn into a wire 50 miles long

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