Jordan Roy-Byrne

Jordan Roy-Byrne

Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT is a Chartered Market Technician and member of the Market Technicians Association. He is the publisher and editor of TheDailyGold Premiuma publication which emphasizes market timing and stock selection, as well as TheDailyGold Global, an add-on service for subscribers which covers global capital markets. He is also the author of the 2015 book, The Coming Renewal of Gold’s Secular Bull Market which is available for free. TheDailyGold.com was recently named one of the top 50 Investment Blogs by DailyReckoning and WalletHub.

Last week we discussed the fundamentals of gold, which do not appear bullish at the moment. Real rates (and yields) are rising and investment demand for gold is flat. That in itself is a temporary but big missing link. However, we are referring to the missing link in th
Ask some gold bugs why gold has not broken out yet and you will probably get the usual answers. Some will say it's due to manipulation or price suppression. Others will mention the current rally in the US Dollar (while neglecting that the previous decline in the greenba
It was music to gold bug ears. We’ve all heard the seemingly shocking or outrageous price targets for gold. So it’s not new. But this time from a non gold pusher. Someone with credibility in the larger financial world and a track record to boot.
It was an interesting week in the precious metals complex. There appeared to be the start of a short squeeze in Silver (hedge funds were heavily short) but it ceased at important resistance. Meanwhile, Gold closed the week on a weak note, losing $1340-$1350. The gold st
A few weeks ago we wrote that it may not be gold’s time yet but a few recent developments suggest its time could be sooner than we anticipated. Although gold failed to breakout last week, we should note the positive action in the miners. Over the past seven trading days
Readers know that I have beaten this drum all too often. Gold’s major fundamental driver is declining or negative real rates. There is a strong inverse correlation because Gold is money. That’s what JP Morgan said and he’s far more qualified to understand than quotable
Last week we noted that gold’s quarterly close would be a key marker for gold’s immediate breakout potential. Gold was seemingly on course for its highest quarterly close since 2012 until it reversed back below quarterly resistance at $1330/oz. Hence, an imminent break
Gold has firmed above $1300 in recent days and is holding comfortably above $1300 for now. We think the market will break to the upside sometime this year. The question is when. Here are 3 things to watch that will tell us if gold is on the cusp of that break-out soon o
The past 18 months have been difficult for precious metals investors. If you had known Donald Trump would be elected and the US Dollar would soon begin a nearly 15% decline, you would have expected gold to blow past its 2016 high. You would have been shocked to see the
The precious metals sector continues to correct and consolidate. Gold remains in a bullish consolidation. It recently reached resistance again and even though it has failed to breakout, it remains above long-term moving averages which are sloping upward. However, the go

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