Sunday, May 1, 2016

SILVER: Prospects for the Birth of a New Bull Run

The prospect for the birth of a new Bull-Run in Silver speaks to a broader cyclical theme that relates to a dying dollar bull, and a corollary cyclical sentiment shift back toward a strong market preference for tangible vs. paper assets. From its current cyclical low in December of 2015, Silver Bullion has risen 30%.
In the broadest of terms, the above referenced theme would suggest the early adoption of a general pair’s trade that was short the dollar and long commodities.
At present, from an Elliott Wave perspective, the 30% rally in Silver is somewhat tentative in terms of whether or not its wave structure is exhibiting impulsive (bullish) or corrective (bearish) patterns.
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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

OIL: As Good As It Gets

In observing the enormous triple digit percentage gains achieved amid Crude Oil’s northward thrusts versus its debilitating double digit losses during its major spills, it becomes rather clear why market participants prefer buying low in a newly forming bull market vs. selling short at the onset of a bear market.
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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Hauntingly Familiar

Just as it did exactly 4-months following its print high in October of 2007, the Dow (within the few trading days remaining in September) is once again on path to breach its cyclical uptrend from a previous bear market low.

Although the outcome may be better or worse this time around, the pattern unfolding is nonetheless hauntingly familiar.
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Sunday, July 19, 2015

The "Money Shots" in Rigged Markets

After 10-years of providing steadfast market guidance, countless charts and numerous forecasts, I must admit that it becomes rather challenging to come up with new and unique ways in which to talk about and promote the benefits of subscribing to such services for interested readers.
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Friday, July 3, 2015

SILVER: 5 Price Targets and Only 1 to the Upside

Still mired within a multi-year bear market quandary of nefarious financial rigging via the futures markets, it’s difficult to know just when Silver will touch down at a final bottom.
Although we cannot know when this bottom will occur, we can gauge at what technical price level such a bottom might rest. The current print low is $14.10, and indeed - this price point may be the actual bottom we are looking for. If $14.10 fails to hold however, we submit 4 additional downside price targets to consider.
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