NFTRH 353 introduced the idea of a Macrocosm, a planetary representation of elements that need to come into place for a real investment stance on the gold stock sector (as opposed to the imagined elements cooked up by perma-bulls over the last few years). The Macrocosm idea came to me when the gold sector was acting firmly counter-cyclical on a day that most other markets were suffering. Then it happened again.
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It should be noted that my whiny post about how terrible options are was followed by this action in the option specifically cited.
I’m not particularly talented, but there’s one thing I can do better than anyone I’ve ever met: see patterns earlier, and better, than anyone else.
I offer you Exhibit A in the form of this post from January 27th, in which I introduced the “Ichthus” Jesus pattern, which exists nowhere else except in the tortured mind of TImothy Knight.
The Wilshire 5000, which is the most representative index of the entire US stock market, is currently testing the bottom of the this long-standing 2015 trading range. Based on the technical developments over the last several months+, a downside resolution in the near future appears to be the most probably outcome.
The best thing about weekly scheduled “news” events is that they can offer volatility and entertainment. The worst thing is that unsuspecting retailers regarding them as actual “news” and don’t recognize news events and scheduled releases for the scams that they truly are.
This week’s exhibit in the you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up category is none other than light, sweet, and lately crude West Texas Intermediate.