Since TNRevolution mentioned how miners would be a great thing to acquire in June, this seems fitting:
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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As we all know, few assets have been as persistently disappointing as precious metals. They peaked well more than a decade ago, and even though on the surface it would seem this environment was tailor-made for a crazy bull market in gold………….nope. Oftentimes,, it’s the only asset that ISN’T rising.
For the immediate moment, it has managed to dust itself off and find a little strength:(more…)
A general update of a macro in transition
Detailed work, which got us to this point intact, if a little frustrated*, is done in NFTRH reports and updates. But it’s always handy to have a general summary view of macro markets. So let’s get to it.
* Reference this post done while sitting with a flight delay at JFK managing the breakout in the Gold/Silver ratio after Jerome Powell tanked the markets with his all too tardy jawbone (as I harangued per this post from February) during my out-bound flight several days earlier.(more…)
Gold has disappointed me more times than – – than – – well, someone who disappoints me a lot. It’s a real heartbreaker. In spite of that, I’m giving this another whirl by way of mining ETFs, based on what seems to be important support for gold by way of GLD:(more…)
Even though precious metals have absolutely sucked out loud since, oh, about the year 2011, I’m going to give them just one more chance. I just bought a bunch of GLD based on this support level.(more…)