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Dec 11 Gold Still Looking for Direction David Brady
Gold is now facing tough resistance between 1250-55 and the 200-day moving average just above there at 1261. It’s currently in a channel upwards that looks like a bearish flag structure. This means that if it can’t break that resistance, but breaks support at around 1206 and 1200, it could go a lot lower. Furthermore, the new highs this week are currently negatively divergent on the DSI, RSI, and both MACDs. The fact that Silver, Platinum, and the Miners are not confirming this move up in Gold is also a concern. USD/CNY could continue to rise also. In conclusion, we still do not know if the bottom is in for Gold yet, but it could be. If it isn’t, it is at most a few months away, in my opinion, when the U.S. stock market crash occurs...

Dec 10 Waiting for Gold to Erupt Chris Vermeulen
As we are watching the US and global markets rotate dramatically lower over the past few days, we have been advising our members that we believe this rotation is an over-reaction to economic impetuses and trade issues – not a massive downside price break. Overall, some of our longer-term technical indicators are currently bearish, as one would think technical indicators would react to price activity and trends. Our ADL, predictive modeling system, is still suggesting upside price activity and we believe our research team has hit on something that helps to put this end of year turmoil into perspective...

 
 

Dec 10 Your Comprehensive Crash Survival Guide Clive Maund
Would you go down to the railroad track and stand in front of an oncoming express train? – probably not, yet that is what many investors are doing, metaphorically speaking, by remaining long the stockmarket at this time. Last week, when the market dropped sharply, many observers talked about it “crashing”, but a quick look at our 10-year chart for the S&P500 index below makes clear that the crash hasn’t even started yet because it is still marking out a top area and the crash proper won’t begin until it breaches the nearby support in the 2550 – 2600 zone. That a crash is now inevitable is made plain by the rising trend in interest rates and the ongoing liquidity drain.

Dec 10 Gold & Silver Prices Rise as the Markets & Oil Decline Steve St. Angelo
Over the past week, the gold and silver prices have held up rather well compared to the overall markets. While precious metals investors still fear that a huge sell-off in the gold and silver prices will take place during the next market crash, it seems that the metals continue to be very resilient during large market corrections. Now, I am not saying that the metals prices cannot fall any lower, but a lot of the leverage in the gold and silver market has already been removed and is now at a near all-time low. So, even though we could see weaker precious metals prices, the overwhelming leverage and bubble asset prices are in the stock and real estate markets...

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Dec 10 Is an Inverted Yield Curve Bullish for Gold? Jordan Roy-Byrne
In recent days we’ve seen the beginnings of an inversion in the yield curve. The 2-year yield and the 5-year yield have inverted but not yet the the 2-year yield and the 10-year yield, the curve that is watched most. However, “2s and 10s” as bond traders would say appear headed for an inversion very soon. We know that an inversion of the yield curve precedes a recession and bear market. That is good for Gold. But timing is important and the key word is precedes. In order to analyze the consequences for Gold we should consult history. First let’s take a look at the 1950-1980 period...

Dec 10 Stock Selloff Boosting Gold Adam Hamilton
The recent stock-market selloff is persisting, fueling mounting worries among investors. The intensifying volatility and lack of a quick rebound higher is strangling euphoric sentiment, spawning self-reinforcing selling pressure. Scoffed at a few months ago, the notions that a young bear market is underway and a recession looms are gaining traction. The great beneficiary of this ominous stock-market downturn will be gold. Gold has always been an essential asset class for prudently diversifying investment portfolios. Uniquely it tends to rally when stock markets weaken, offsetting some of the losses in typical stock-heavy portfolios. Gold acts like portfolio insurance, usually soaring when stock markets plunge on unforeseen news...

Dec 10 Gold Price Rally: Key Charts & Signals Morris Hubbartt
Here are today's videos and charts (double click to enlarge): SFS Key Charts, Signals, & Video Analysis; SF60 Key Charts, Signals, & Video Analysis; SF Trader Key Charts, Signals, & Video Analysis; SFJ Key Charts, Signals, & Video Analysis...

 
 

Dec 7 London Megabanker Heads Historic Opium for Silver Bank! Charles Savoie
William Winters, Pilgrims Society and chief of heavy hitter Standard Chartered Bank, is a board of directors figure in NOVARTIS which traces to 1758 in Switzerland. Headquartered in Basel, Novartis had 126,000 employees as of 2017 info and $7.7 billion net income; operations in 155 countries. So! William Winters definitely is a PILL-GRAM pushing synthetic chemical Pharma pills with hundreds of untoward side effects, and this Standard Chartered Bank he’s heading with huge background in the historic opium for silver “trade,” plus his past links with silver shorts Bear Stearns and Morgan Chase Bank, involved in massive thefts of countless trillions of grams of silver and gold! Winters put up half the capital to launch hedge fund...

Dec 7 Gold, Silver & the Markets: What’s Next for 2019 Steve St. Angelo
The big question on the minds of most investors is what will happen to the markets and precious metals in 2019. Well, the answer depends mainly on two factors, the oil price and overall weakness in the economy. If the oil price continues to decline, it will indicate a deflationary outcome for the economy and markets. While this sounds counter to the notion that falling oil prices will drive higher consumer demand, we also must remember that it will negatively impact the U.S. shale oil industry. A lower sustained oil price, as I wrote about in...

Dec 7 Trump’s Trade War Dilemma and Gold Dave Kranzler
If the “risk on/risk off” stock market meme was absurd, its derivative – the “trade war on/trade war off” meme – is idiotic. Over the last several weeks, the stock market has gyrated around media sound bytes, typically dropped by Trump, Larry Kudlow or China, which are suggestive of the degree to which Trump and China are willing to negotiate a trade war settlement. Please do not make the mistake of believing that the fate the of the stock market hinges on whether or not Trump and China reach some type of trade deal. The “trade war” is a “symptom” of an insanely overvalued stock market resting on a foundation of collapsing economic and financial fundamentals. The trade war is the stock market’s “assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.”...

Dec 6 Gold and Palladium Shake Hands Przemysław Radomski, CFA
Dec 5 What Is Mr. Palladium Telling Us? Craig Hemke
Dec 5 Gold Stocks: Twin Technical Turbos Stewart Thomson
Dec 5 Updated Report: The Powerful Case for Silver ShiffGold
Dec 4 PART II – Global Economic Perceptions Are Shifting Chris Vermeulen
Dec 4 It Begins: Rapidly Falling Oil Prices First Guts Tar Sands, Then Shale Oil SRSRocco
Dec 4 The Trade War Shuffle and the Fukushima Stock Market Dave Kranzler
Dec 3 Guest Post: New Home Sales Collapse - Aaron Layman IRD
Dec 3 Global Economic Perceptions Are Shifting – PART I Chris Vermeulen
Dec 3 Weekend Newsletter 12/02/2018 GoldPredict
Dec 3 Gold Juniors’ Q3’18 Fundamentals Adam Hamilton
Dec 3 Gold Fundamentals Improving but Not Bullish Yet Jordan Roy-Byrne
Dec 3 G20 & Gold: Key Chart Signals Morris Hubbartt

 
 
 

 

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