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May 18 Indexes Fill Tuesday Price Gap Now Where? Chris Vermeulen
The 30-minute chart price pattern with a large gap down in price on Tuesday morning created what we call a “Gap Window”. Almost all gaps in the SP500 get filled eventually, and both the top and bottom areas of a gap window become short-term resistance or support. A three-wave a-b-c correction is generally what causes stop orders to be run, panic selling, and creates a pivot low. This is displayed with a red line on the chart. If this very short-term pattern unfolds it would create fantastic entry point because...

May 18 Are the Wheels Coming Off the System? Dave Kranzler
The dollar is said to be “soaring,” though I take issue with that characterization for now (see the chart below); 10-yr Treasury yields are also rising, though the yield on the 10-yr is only up about 67 basis points if you measure from January 1, 2017. What’s really going on? Ten years of money printing by the Federal Reserve has removed true price discovery from the markets. The best evidence is the inexorable rise in the stock market despite the fact that corporate earnings have been driven largely by share buybacks and GAAP accounting gimmicks. Measuring stock values on the basis of revenue and revenue growth multiples would reveal the most overvalued stock market in U.S. history...

May 18 Why Gold Is The King Monetary Asset, Not Bitcoin SRSrocco
There seems to be a lot of misinformation being peddled on the internet about gold and bitcoin. One major misconception is the notion that bitcoin will replace gold as a monetary instrument. Some analysts, once stanch precious metals advocates now turned crypto aficionados, believe in such theories that there is too much gold in the world to be used as money or that it is now just a barbarous relic. Just a year or so ago, these same supposed analysts were criticizing the Mainstream media financial network talking heads for calling gold as a barbarous relic, but now have jumped on the bandwagon...

 

May 17 PART I Next Fibonacci Price Targets – Get Ready! Chris Vermeulen
We can’t believe how so many people did not see this upside price swing setting up over the past few weeks. The research we conducted over the past few months was showing us a very clear picture that the US markets would advance in a dramatic format after settling a price bottom after the early February price drop. We would like to remind our readers to reference this link to see how we called this move months (published January 19, 2018) in advance. To quote our earlier work before the markets made all these moves…

May 17 PART II – Vix Cycles Point to Market Correction Chris Vermeulen
Recently, we authored an article about Fibonacci price levels in which we referred to a term called “Fibonacci Price Ladders”. This is our own term, as far as we know, and we used it as a way to attempt to explain how price operates within the Fibonacci theory. Our objective was to allow the reader to think of a standard ladder and how each ladder rung allows the climber to advance (move up) or decline (move down) using the ladder. We hope it helped all of our readers to better understand the concept of how price rotates within a trend to establish longer-term price trends...

 

May 17 No More Subtleness – It’s Show Time! Przemyslaw Radomski
On May 1st, we knew that the precious metals sector was starting a 2-week rally based on cyclical turning points, apex-based reversals, and True Seasonality for May. The rally is over, the profits cashed in… And growing once again thanks to the new short position. What’s in store for the rest of the month and the next few ones? Something epic. Let’s start today's analysis with the two most important short-term reasons due to which the outlook for the precious metals sector just became very bearish...

May 17 The Coming Copper Crunch Rick Mills
Copper had one of it best years ever in 2017, rising 27% on the back of supply disruptions and steady demand from China, by far the largest copper consumer. Commodities analysts are usually wrong about copper supply, always predicting a glut in the market for the ubiquitous metal used in everything from piping for plumbing to wiring in houses, to components of electric vehicles. What they fail to account for is the inevitable stoppages at the major copper mines due mostly to strikes and weather problems...

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May 16 The Gold Spec Washout Begins Craig Hemke
By the time this current process ends (at most likely near $1,275 but possibly $1,235), the Large Specs will be very nearly fully "washed out", with a net long position of 60,000 contracts or less. If price indeed "fakes out" everyone by crashing to $1,235, the Large Specs may actually be briefly seen as neutral or even net short, similar to the current CoT structure in COMEX silver. And at that point, the stage would be set for a MASSIVE rally, and this is where fortitude becomes your greatest ally. What is now very likely coming is a low similar to the bear market end of December 2015. Back then everyone—and I mean EVERYONE—was forecasting sub-$1,000 COMEX gold as The Fed embarked on their tightening program...

May 16 Sparks Fly Toward the Debt Powder Keg Dave Kranzler
The narrative that the economy continues to improve is a myth, if not intentional mendacious propaganda. The economy can’t possibly improve with the average household living from paycheck to paycheck while trying to service hopeless levels of debt. In fact, the economy will continue to deteriorate from the perspective of every household below the top 1% in terms of income and wealth. Theoretically, the Trump tax cuts will add about $90 per month of extra after-tax income for the average household. However, the average price of gasoline has risen close to 40% over the last year (it cost me $45 to fill my tank last week vs about $32 a year ago) For most households, the tax cut “windfall” will be largely absorbed by the increasing cost to fill the gas tank, which is going to continue rising...

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May 16 The Missing Link for Gold Jordan Roy-Byrne
Last week we discussed the fundamentals of Gold, which do not appear bullish at the moment. Real rates (and yields) are rising and investment demand for Gold is flat. That in itself is a temporary but big missing link. However, we are referring to the missing link in the context of intermarket analysis. Gold is an asset that performs best when its outperforming its competitors. That’s true of any asset but especially Gold because it traditionally has been a counter-investment or an anti-investment. While Gold is firmly outperforming Bonds and showing strength against global currencies, it remains neutral to weak against global equities...

May 16 Jack And The Golden Bean Stalk Stewart Thomson
1.) Most analysts in both the gold and mainstream investment communities seem to be in “summer doldrums” mode. They are nervous about stock markets because of rate hikes and the late stage of the business cycle. That’s understandable. 2.) Unfortunately, they also seem to be unaware of the fabulous uptrends developing in many gold stocks. 3.) In contrast, I’m extremely excited by the price action in a wide array of gold stocks, silver stocks, and blockchain currencies. I have predicted that the upside fun will continue and is poised to accelerate quite dramatically in the second half of this year...

May 16 Seattle Head Tax a Destructive Idea James Hall
The progressive entitlement society never built a prosperous economy. If local governments believe they can tap the bank accounts of employers and use their deposits as a slush fund to cover the ineptitude of public civil servants, the structure of government is ready to collapse.
Continuing on this path of self-destruction, the Mayor of Seattle Jenny Durkan might want to dedicate the homeless facilities as the Kurt Cobain shelters. If this approach is compassionate, somewhere along the way the culture has lost its ability to distinguish between what heals the downtrodden from what rewards the wretched. Which are you willing to help?...

May 15 Turkish Gold Imports Triple as the Central Bank Diversifies Out of Dollars SRSrocco
May 15 One Reversal Too Many Przemyslaw Radomski
May 15 People Are Holding Tight to Their Gold and Silver “Scrap” Rory Hall
May 14 Metals and Miners – The Sleeping Giant Trade Chris Vermeulen
May 14 Congestion Basing Can Present Incredible Opportunities Chris Vermeulen
May 14 Big US Stocks’ Q1’18 Fundamentals Adam Hamilton
May 14 The 3 Stage Housing Bubble Collapse SRSrocco
May 14 Subprime Mortgages: The Dog Returns To Its Vomit Dave Kranzler
May 14 Gold Stocks Rally & Silver Stocks Soar Morris Hubbartt
 

 

 

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