Tag: chart analysis

Silver – Charts Offer Most Reliable Information, Period.

| December 21, 2013 | Category: Price
Silver – Charts Offer Most Reliable Information, Period.

The most important factor for any market is the direction of the trend showing the prevailing momentum. For silver, the trend remains down. Before any market in a down trend can go higher, first, it has to stop going lower. This is basic logic, but it eludes a great number of people.

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Gold Commitment Of Traders Report: 20 December 2013

| December 20, 2013 | Category: Technicals
Gold Commitment Of Traders Report: 20 December 2013

We have a source of data indicating a STEADY BUYING occurring by the large commercially-oriented players in the gold market so that their short positions are being covered even as they have moved to some LONG POSITIONS in the futures market so as to TAKE DELIVERY. All this is taking place against a backdrop of falling gold prices while the SPECULATIVE COMMUNITY, is selling.

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Silver At A Major Technical Launchpad

| December 20, 2013 | Category: Investing
Silver At A Major Technical Launchpad

Silver has cratered in 2013, spawning a sentiment wasteland of extreme bearishness. Yet peak despair is the very best time to buy low. Silver prices have converged on multiple major secular support zones, an exceedingly bullish technical launchpad. The white metal is also very cheap relative to gold, which is its primary driver. All this is setting up silver and the stocks of its miners for a fantastic new upleg in 2014.

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Silver – Letting The Market Speak

| December 8, 2013 | Category: Price
Silver – Letting The Market Speak

The conclusion to be drawn is respect for the trend, clearly down. Where we have shown a positive “spin” on the character of price behavior at the current lows, that is still where price is, at the lows. One can not be bullish here by any stretch of the imagination. As to buying physical silver, we are likely looking at a price level that will not be revisited in the next few generations. Price may still go lower, to some degree, but what the Federal Reserve is doing to destroy the fiat currency and the economy makes asking the question of to buy physical or not a superfluous one.

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Gold And Silver – Your Economical Survival Depends On Them

| December 7, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – Your Economical Survival Depends On Them

Those who are buying, accumulating, and personally holding physical gold and silver stand the best chance for economic survival when and as the US “dollar” is devalued and the financial system collapses, or undergoes dramatic change.

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Gold And Silver Approaching Critical Price Points

| December 2, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Approaching Critical Price Points

The short term trend is confirming the longer term downtrend. The daily charts show an almost perfect trendline since November 2012. Apart from the trendline, the daily charts reveal two other important things. First, both gold and silver are about to retest their June lows. Needless to say those price points are of major importance. In case they would hold, it could turn out to be very bullish for the metals. However, if support would fail, the odds favour a break through.

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Excellent Analysis of Gold’s Trend

| November 24, 2013 | Category: Technicals
Excellent Analysis of Gold’s Trend

This is the reason I have been bearish on gold now for some time – the charts are indicating that bearish pressure is building in the market and is hinting at building across all three time frames. It is imperative for gold bulls that the price recovers strongly before the end of this year to prevent heading into the New Year with a strong bearish bias. What worries me about gold is that the hedge funds still remain NET LONG, even if that position has shrunk to relatively low levels. That means that there remains more than enough firepower to take this market lower if those remaining long positions have to be jettisoned in the event of a breach of downside chart support.

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Gold And Silver Price – Charts Tell The Story. Decline Not Over.

| November 23, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Price – Charts Tell The Story. Decline Not Over.

However important underlying fundamentals are, in terms of supply v demand, they have been and continue to be of little to no use in determining when reality will reenter the market. When that happens, price will adjust and reflect the true picture of gold and silver’s record [demand] accumulation. All that matters for now is the political situation involving the moneychangers and their puppet government regimes giving them cover during the end game of their world-wide theft.

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The History Of Gold Charts – 1975 Till 2013

| November 18, 2013 | Category: Price
The History Of Gold Charts – 1975 Till 2013

Peter Brandt who has been trading commodities since the 70ies, presents a chartbook focused on gold. The charts go back to the mid 70ies. From every period of time since then, he has collected daily and weekly charts with a chart and pattern analysis.

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Gold And Silver – When Fundamentals Fail And Charts Prevail

| November 17, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – When Fundamentals Fail And Charts Prevail

There is a small possibility of a low from the last week of June, and there have been two potential retests that have held, so far. If this lower probability proves out, it is unfolding in a weak manner, which is no surprise given what was just explained about the character of the market’s overall weakness. Assume for the moment that we are looking at a possible low, because it is developing slowly, even under this scenario, it will take much more time for buyers to turn this market around. Should price go lower still, then the time frame for a turnaround will be extended even more.

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Silver – A Technical Perspective

| November 10, 2013 | Category: Price
Silver – A Technical Perspective

Everyone in the world who follows silver knows the importance of $26 for silver. Until price can rally and hold above it, do not expect higher levels. There is a small 8 week base that is currently being retested by another small trading range. Whenever a trading range retests and holds above the previous one, it has a bullish connotation. Because silver is in an overall down trend, upside strength is not a dominate factor, so expect additional time required to develop a more overtly bullish character.

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Gold And Silver – Cognitive Disconnect Between Physical And Paper

| November 9, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – Cognitive Disconnect Between Physical And Paper

All the bullish news that has been reported, month after month, for the past few years has done nothing to change the recent down trend. None of the bullish news that will come out next week or next month will have any effect, either. People are looking at the wrong measures for a turnaround.

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Gold And Silver – Fundamentals Do Not Matter

| November 2, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver – Fundamentals Do Not Matter

If fundamentals mattered, gold and silver prices would be substantially higher. They are not, and for a reason. It is not hard to define what factors are influencing price, for they are political, even criminal under normal circumstances. These factors are, in two words: central bankers. The money changers still have a stranglehold on the financial system, and nowhere it is more evident than in the price of gold.

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Gold and Silver – Back Story vs Charts; Charts Are Superior

| October 20, 2013 | Category: Price
Gold and Silver – Back Story vs Charts; Charts Are Superior

Is there anything that has not been presented, repackaged and represented that has not already been more than fully covered to justify much higher price levels? Have any of them achieved what was promised? The most reliable current story is found in the charts. Why is this so? Like we say, do not listen to what people are saying about the markets, listen to what the markets are saying about the people.

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