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Gold prices pulled back today, but that may only be a temporary situation if one expert is right about the dollar short squeeze. Daniel Oliver of Myrmikan Capital said in a note this week that the value of the U.S. dollar is being held in place by a short squeeze, which is only temporarily holding gold prices back.
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We’ve been micro-managing silver lately in NFTRH and NFTRH+ updates and that is for a reason. The reason is that gold’s wild little bro has been rallying – in what is turning out to be 5 clear waves – since the March crash.
When that crash reversed, my view, and hence the NFTRH view was that it was likely to have been a horrifying shakeout of the silver bulls that due to its violence may well have sparked a bull market of some kind on the flush. We noted in real time that silver and precious metals mining stocks often make dramatic crash lows immediately preceding significant new rallies or bull markets. Silver was in an uptrend before the crash and that was a significant factor to a bullish view, post-crash.
Here is the daily chart we used in yesterday’s subscriber update showing that silver was taking out a resistance point we’ve noted was not formidable (boy, it sure wasn’t).
I think it’s plain to see that interest in cryptocurrencies has sputtered severely since the Altucher-themed mania of late 2017. How much is Bitcoin, you ask? You don’t even have to check. It’s about $9,300. Make an oil painting of that quote, and it’ll be accurate whenever you glance at it.