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22 May 2015

$Gold:   $1,205
Signal Oscillator:   51%   Neutral
Daily Oscillator:   0%   Oversold
200-Day Moving Average:   $1,215

$Silver:   $17.15
Signal Oscillator:   65%   Neutral
Daily Oscillator:   0%   Oversold
200-Day Moving Average:    $16.95

$Gold modestly went through last short-term high in the week ended 17 May
as it moved to a new short-term high of ~$1,227. That action caused Gold to be
somewhat over bought. Combination of those two actions should have,
and did, bring about some reaction lower.

U.S. dollar had been deeply over sold, and was due to rally from that condition.
This week the dollar did so. However, we are not witnessing
a “resurgence” of the dollar as some nitwits are writing this morning.
Dollar’s rally is broken, and the FOMC will not soon take any meaningful action.
U.S. rates not going up before September, if then.  

Market corrections have two components, time and price. Price drop has been
sufficient, but the time parameter means that buy signal not likely till late next week.

Silver above 200-Day moving average, but not as oversold as Gold.
Silver is a buy below $17.

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17 May 2015

$Gold: $1,223   
Signal Oscillator:   75%   Slightly Overbought
200-Day Moving Average:   $1,217   Above, Positive

$Silver:   $17.50
Signal Oscillator:   80%   Overbought
200-Day Moving Average:   $17.02   Above, Positive

With dollar’s rally clearly busted, Gold moved to $1,227, above the most
recent short-term high. Next important resistance is $1,250, but it is weak.
That is followed by $1,300 which is more formidable resistance. That said, funds now
should be realizing they are on the wrong side of Gold. Shorts in both currencies and
Gold are hurting, and probably moved late in the week to cover them.
Path of least resistance is now up.

Silver is above 200-day moving average. Next resistance is $18.
Nothing above that but blue sky.


9 May 2017
$Gold:   $187.5   Signal Oscillator:   43%  Neutral
200-day Moving Average:   $1,220

$Silver:   $16.40   Signal Oscillator:   64%   Neutral
200-day Moving Average:   $17.1
Silver is a buy under $17.

Friday, and actually all of last week, $Gold showed strength that should be
acknowledged. Headline numbers for U.S. employment were deemed good,
despite indicating continued weakness, as suggested by DJIA rising 267.
The teenage traders, naked in the basement of their mothers’ homes, tried to push
Gold down, but for the day Gold was up. For the week Gold was up.
Investors should be watching the 200-day moving averages. Note that
dollar’s rally has been broken, busted, ended, but some traders
still cling to that dream. Federal Reserve might raise rates in September,
but they are not going to being raising them on a regular basis.
May newsletter to be emailed out next Saturday.

24 April 2015

$Gold:   $1,176   Signal Oscillator:   11%   Over Sold
BUY signal continues.

$Silver:   $15.7   Signal Oscillator:   7%   Over Sold
BUY signal continues.
Silver is a BUY under $16.

Well, the teenager traders are running amok through the Gold and Silver markets today.
They are selling Gold and buying all the techno junk on the NASDAQ.
Manifestation of the Greater Fool Theory is readily apparent. Under that theory one buys
a stock hoping that a “greater fool” will buy it from them later at a higher price.
Ignored is the possibility that they are the “greater fool”
that just bought it from the previous buyer.

Gold and Silver are deeply over sold. As we have written recently, see financialsense.
com, Gold has not been as cheap relative to S&P 500 since 2007
when Gold closed the year at $833.

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17 April 2015
$Gold:   $1,204  Signal Oscillator:   55%   Neutral
200-Day Moving Average:   $1,227
Note that is also important resistance.

$Silver:   $16.25   22%   Over Sold
200-Day Moving Average:   $17.41

Stock market collapsing! Get accustomed to it! Today is only the beginning!
The April issue of
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Wednesday, was our most bullish yet.
We believe that in the Summer of 2016 forecasts of $2,000 Gold
will be common, and that this time they may be right.

Dollar has broken down out of a parabolic rise. At least half of the dollar’s
rally will be erased, zapped, eliminated, disappear. Only desperate dollar bulls
will be able to find anything bullish in their charts. $Gold will benefit dramatically.

Silver in 2016?  Think in numbers no one will believe.

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10 April 2015

$Gold:   $1,206   Signal Oscillator:  64%   Neutral
200-Day Moving Average:   $1,231

$Silver:   $16.55   Signal Oscillator: 48%   Neutral
200-Day Moving Average:   $17.56

Street returned to work on Monday after the Easter holidays ready to do more
of the same. Confused to what the Federal Reserve might do, they returned to
what had worked in the past. They bought stocks on Monday and went on to buy
dollar/sell currencies. It worked last year, why shouldn’t it work now?

Unfortunately for them, the FOMC will raise rates once in the next few months,
and then nothing till sometime in 2016. That reality means the dollar bull market
story is dead. Dollar already showing a topping pattern out of parabolic rise.
That is an ominous development. $Gold is likely to continue strengthening. Some
resistance at $1,230-1,250 and then none till $1,350.

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27 March 2015

$Gold:  $1,199   Signal Oscillator: 79%   Over Bought [Do Not Buy imminent]
$Silver: $17   Signal Oscillator: 83%   Over Bought; Do Not Buy

NOTE: When market becomes seriously over bought after a rally, we rate it Do Not Buy.
That condition suggests the market is likely to rest or retrace some of the recent rally.
We would wait till the next Buy signal to add to positions.

THE question right now is whether or not the dollar is breaking down. Chart is starting
to have that look. If so, then Gold is poised to go significantly higher. FOMC,
a group of bewildered college professors, seem uncertain about raising interest rates.
They may make on increase, but after that they will revert to being wimps.

At the present time, simply wait for the next buy signal.

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20 March 2015

$Gold:   $1,182   Signal Oscillator:  46%   Neutral & Rising
$Silver:   $16.8   Signal Oscillator: 49%   Neutral & Rising

Primary motivation for owning Gold, regardless of where one lives, is the notion that
central banks will generally always make the wrong decision. This past week
the FOMC had the opportunity to begin correcting the wreckless monetary
policy of recent years. Rather, it played word games with “patient”
and “impatient”. The FOMC could not manage a row boat.

With the FOMC’s failure to act, which was a surprise to everyone including us, the
dollar collapsed. Entire rationale for the dollar’s rally, rising interest rates, was kicked out
from under it. Gold moved sharply higher as the dollar’s rally was broken.

Gold is likely to move higher, with runs up and down, as the U.S. financial bubble
continues to expand and the growing risk of dollar denominated debt creating a global
meltdown. Hold on to your Gold and Silver, the FOMC is as incompetent as ever.

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$Gold is priced as it was in 2007.

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$Gold: Year 2007 Again