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From a post on gold and silver on Tuesday…
Very simply, if it’s an H&S it’s a minor one with a target to the SMA 200 or short-term lateral support. Gold has curled back up to test the underside of its SMA 50. A takeout of 1310 and then the March high could put yeller back in business. Otherwise, don’t personalize it. A test of the SMA 200 would be normal.
The H&S was not my thing. I tend not to get overly excited about short-term patterns and surely do not announce them far and wide to stir people up. It was a product of the gold community, some members of which have been flipping in head spinning fashion between bullish and bearish views. I note it again because I don’t want that stink on me. The upside and downside parameters above were my stuff.(more…)
Dear God, this market is boring. As I type this, the SPY is up eight hundredths of a single percent. If you’re bored out of your mind, you ain’t alone.
We’re range-bound. I guess there’s just nothing to inspire the market one way or the other. Not only are we in a tiny range, we’re exactly in the middle of the range, which is like a boring cake with boring icing on top.
Last year, it looked like interest rates were going to start a sensational bull market of their own. It’s quite clear they’ve utterly sputtered. Just look at what’s happened with interest rates: a nice bullish base, and then, zilch.(more…)