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New York (May 31)  Silver futures on Friday posted a gain of nearly 24% for the month, the largest since 2011, with the industrial... Read More
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London (May 30)  A record number of contracts went to delivery yesterday. It's tough to estimate the impacts of the physical gold... Read More
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New York (May 30)  According to the CFTC Commitments of Traders report for the week ended May 26, NET LENGTH for crude oil futures... Read More
 

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Our benchmark S&P500 is on a long-term sell signal, a major correction is in progress. The current investing model remains in favor of bonds, therefore, investors should continue to overweigh with long bonds or bond ETFs for safety over growth.

Stocks defended the opening bullish gap, and scored further gains intraday before the sellers took over in the session's final 45 minutes. Have we seen a turning point? In short, that's unlikely, and let me tell you why exactly I think so.

The silver miners’ stocks have surged higher since mid-March’s COVID-19 stock panic, clocking in some big and fast gains.  Nevertheless, this long-struggling sector remains vexing.  By mid-May as their latest earnings season was wrapping up, the silver stocks were...

Since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913, the stock market has outperformed Gold and Silver significantly. Here is a great chart (from longtermtrends.net) that proves this:

It’s no surprise to most investors that the Fed is propping up the stock market.  However, if we compare the Dow Jones Index versus the continued unemployment claims, something seriously wrong is going on.  According to the St. Louis Federal Reserve, continued...

Yesterday’s sizable bullish gap immediately came under attack by the sellers – no panicking though as I kept riding the bull to the glorious close and beyond. In such moments, it’s key to focus on what has changed, and what has not. The obvious conclusion has been...

Tuesday’s session played out as a massive gap up and consolidation. This meant that it allowed the price action and its internals to reset, catch a breath in order to ramp up higher again. It’s been the same structure for the past few weeks once the price action...

The runup to yesterday’s US open and the regular session’s trading confirmed my call that stocks would break above the key resistances. And they did effortlessly overcome the upper border of March’s gap and the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement without really looking back...

A recent newspaper article about superspreaders -- stadium events, concerts and outdoor festivals that effectively bathe crowds in Covid-19 -- noted that a boisterous fan can spew viral particles that remain airborne for as long as 12 minutes. 

Stocks versus key resistances – that’ how much of last week’s trading could be characterized. Yet the bullish bias has been easily noticeable as prices kept making higher highs and higher lows on a daily basis. As a cherry on Friday’s trading cake, the S&P 500...

Silver is on a major SELL signal. Major signals can last for months and years and are suitable for long term investors. SLV is on short term buy signal. Short term signals can last for days to weeks and are more suitable for traders.

Our benchmark SP500 is on a long term sell signal, a major correction is in progress. The current investing model remains in favor of bonds, therefore, investors should continue to overweigh with long bonds or bond ETFs for safety over growth.

We are now entering the final part of the endgame of the latest fiat experiment and the actions of the Fed and other central banks virtually guarantee that most currencies, including and especially the dollar, will end up totally worthless, just like in the Weimar...

Stocks have closed between two strong resistances yesterday – between the upper border of March’s gap and the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. But the overnight rise in US-China tensions (this time, regarding Hong Kong), sent the S&P 500 futures below the key...

Just like all good and bad things alike come to an end, so do “never-ending” rallies. Crude oil declined well over 5% today, which might mean that we already saw the end of the rally. But did we certainly see it? Will crude oil be trading lower shortly?

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