P. Radomski

Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA, is the founder, owner and the main editor of SunshineProfits.com.  You can reach Przemyslaw at: http://www.sunshineprofits.com/help/contact-us/.

Yesterday’s session was not like the previous ones – in the previous days, the precious metals sector moved lower together and mining stocks were leading the way. Yesterday, gold and silver declined, but miners were barely affected. Does this strength indicate a likely
Gold, silver and mining stocks finally moved lower after several days of higher prices - and one can say the opposite about the USD Index. Was this just a pause or a beginning of a bigger downtrend? The latter is quite likely and the reasons come from the precious me
Yesterday’s session was yet another one in row when mining stocks underperformed the yellow metal, which continues to have bearish implications. Nonetheless, gold moved to new short-term highs and in today’s alert we’re going to discuss the implications of this move.
If we look at gold from the long-term perspective, it’s clear that it hasn’t really done much in the recent months – it’s trading in the $1,200 - $1,250 range, which is where it was in the first half of 2016, first half of 2015, for most of 2014 and in the second half o
Once again gold moved higher for some time, which once again made the short-term moving averages (including the 50-day moving average) rise faster than the long-term ones (including the 200-day moving average), which in turn generated the “all-important” golden cros
During yesterday’s session, the USD Index plunged once again and so did the general stock market, while gold rallied over $20. Consequently, we see a new major technical development that we’ve been expecting for some time now. What’s new and what changed? Let’s start
The mining stocks moved higher yesterday - and this move can be explained neither by a move higher in gold or silver, nor by a substantial rally in the main stock indices. This begs the question: Does the miners’ strength indicate a looming turnaround? Quite lik
The medium-term trends in gold are reflected by the medium-term trends in the USD Index and that’s been the case for many years. Naturally, there are deviations from this rule, but generally, it has to be the case simply because gold is priced in the US dollar. Conseque
Precious metals moved visibly lower yesterday, but we can’t say the same about gold and silver mining stocks. The miners refused to follow the metals lower and the question is if this is a sign of a local (or major) bottom. In our opinion, it’s too early to say
In yesterday’s alert we wrote that the reversal in the precious metals market should once again not be taken at its face value and that one should not overreact based on it as the size of the potential rally was limited. Well, it turned out that “limited rally” was

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