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Short-Term Gold For the near-term, the next move for the gold market should be a rally with the 34-day time cycle, which is into extended range for a bottom: In terms of time, the 34-day cycle is now well into extended territory for a rally to materialize, a r
Gold’s bottoming attempt following the 2015 low of $1,045 per ounce has failed to maintain a price structure indicative of a rising trend. Consequently, the odds have now shifted significantly that precious metals will not be in a bull market for the foreseeable fut
Let’s take a look at gold priced in oil (WTI Crude), the Dow and US dollars: Above, is gold priced in oil from 1983 to now. Price has moved in a large channel before it broke out at the end of 2014. This is really significant given the importance of oil in the cu
Embrace uncertainty – Anyone who doesn’t follow this momentous maxim in coming years is likely to get one unpleasant shock after the next. Because the stable progression of the world economy since WWII is now coming to an end. What should have been a normal cyclical hig
Gold's Short-Term Cycles From the comments made in my last article, the 10 and 20-day cycles looked to have topped at the most recent swing high of 1244.90 - with the confirmation of the same being a reversal below the 1220.30 figure (December, 2018 contract). With t
The Sword of Damocles is hanging over the world economy, held only by a single hair of a horse’s tail. With such visible danger, the problem could have been fixed easily by either using a gold chain or even removing the sword altogether. But the elite, and centra
Gold's Short-Term Cycles Heading into the new week, it looks like the 10 and 20-day cycles for gold may have already peaked with the recent swing high; if they did, then they did it without so without our customary tag of the 20-day moving average (chart, below).
“The winner takes it all, the loser standing small” (an Abba song) is the next phase in the world economy. Sadly there will be few real winners since the world and its people will be the loser in the coming phase of destruction of asset values, implosion of debts as wel
The persistent 3-month decline in gold cut much deeper than I anticipated. As the cycle extended, gold broke key levels at $1280, and $1238. That gave the bears a voice, and we see renewed calls for a bear market and imminent collapse. I remain firmly bullish on the
When Pete Seeger wrote the famous song “Where have all the dollars flowers gone” back in 1955, little did he know that the total US debt which then was a few hundred billion dollars, would 63 years later be almost $70 trillion. But there is no reason why Seeger shoul

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