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Free Analysis: Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Bitcoin, Stocks & Forex

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  • Is Gold Overvalued to Crude Oil? Long- and Short-Term Analysis of Gold

    October 23, 2009, 12:00 PM

    Gold has been trading sideways this week, but does that mean that the consolidation is over or is a local top yet to come? This week we provide you with a detailed short-term chart of gold, which should prove useful in your trading strategies. Long-term investors will find the other part of the essay particularly useful, as we comment on the link between gold and crude oil.

  • Is the Junior Stock Sector Dead or Are These Companies Set to Outperform Once Again?

    October 19, 2009, 12:00 PM

    There are several juniors that are moving rapidly higher, but on average the junior sector has been lagging metals and big, senior stocks. Are the juniors set to shine once again, or should investors dump these stocks and switch to better performing asset classes? In addition to presenting our view on that topic, we provide you with an analysis of one of the most important markets influencing the precious metals sector - the U.S. Dollar.

  • Breakout or Fakeout? The Analysis of Gold in Currencies Other Than USD

    October 16, 2009, 12:00 PM

    Gold has decisively broken above the $1,000 level and there is no doubt that this profound action has important implications for gold and silver investors and speculators. However, gold has not broken into new highs in other crucial currencies. How does this fact affect the existence of the bull market and most of all - how does it affect you? Additionally, I analyze the precious metals stocks i.a. by using the Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index.

  • Protecting Yourself From Inflation With Precious Metals... Funds?

    October 13, 2009, 12:00 PM

    There are many ways to protect yourself from rising inflation / decrease in the value of the U.S. Dollar, but not all of them are really useful. In this essay, I comment on a few ways of doing so with emphasis on the precious metals funds (ETFs, ETNs, and mutual funds). Additionally, I analyze the current situation in the PM stock sector.

  • Gold - Is This a Top or Does This "Lousy Investment" Have a Long Way to Go?

    October 9, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week gold moved decisively above the $1,000 barrier, and there is no doubt that this is a significant development in the precious metals market. This week I focus on how high this rally is likely to take gold, and whether this coming top is going to be a major one or just a step in a much bigger rally.

  • Quick Consolidation or Serious Breakdown in the Precious Metals?

    October 4, 2009, 12:00 PM

    The general stock market broke below its support level, while USD Index stopped at its multi-month resistance line. Given such mixed signals, precious metals wait for a decisive move from either of the abovementioned markets. What's next for gold and gold stocks? This week we answer this question not only by analyzing the popular charts available publicly, but by commenting on one of our unique indicators.

  • Silver and Gold: Is the 2009 Top Already In or Was That Just a Local Top?

    September 26, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we have seen gold and silver move lower, just like I mentioned a week ago. Gold closed the week below $1000, and silver topped exactly in tune with the cycles that I mentioned in the previous essay. Where do we go from here and how fast? One of the charts featured this week suggests HUI above 800.

  • Signs of a Top or Evidence of Strength in the Precious Metals Market?

    September 19, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week gold closed above the epic $1000 barrier for 4 days - a very bullish sign for the whole precious metals sector. On the other hand many indicators scream "overbought" and "sell now", as the rally has been really rapid. This essay provides you with details on how to best approach the PM market right now.

  • Is $1,000 the new floor for the price of gold or the same old ceiling?

    September 13, 2009, 12:00 PM

    What is the significance of the price of gold in other currencies as it touches the magical $1,000 price in USD terms? Besides answering this question, I also give some reasons why in this case the RSI indicator may not be as crystal clear today, as it was in the recent past.

  • "See You in September" May Prove To Be A Hit in the Precious Metals Market

    September 6, 2009, 12:00 PM

    Like the song says, September may prove to be the winning month for gold and precious metals. If you took action on our suggestions two weeks ago, you made some serious money. Is there still some left on the table? Do you hold 'em or do you fold?

  • Is the General Stock Market Overbought and What Does It Mean for Silver and Gold?

    August 29, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we explore aspects of the relationship between silver and gold trolling for profit opportunities, since silver may be starting a new upleg. The general stock market has been referred to as overbought, but does that really mean that a top is imminent soon?

  • Mining Stocks Are Trading Sideways - Consolidation or Another Top?

    August 22, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we analyze media reports on weakened gold demand in the second quarter of 2009 – the demand is lower than in 2008, but this does not make us really concerned – click to find out why. Mining stocks appear to be close to a bottom.

  • Silver Outperforms Gold, So Should I Sell My Metals or Buy More?

    August 15, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we see silver outperform gold, which used to signal trouble ahead – is this the case also today? Mining stocks are at a crossroad. Should the HUI index break through a critical resistance level it could shoot up substantially.

  • Last Week Gold Declined, But Only Half As Much as the USD Rallied - What's Next?

    August 8, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we look at the performance of Gold vs. the USD and find bullish clues in the fact that in the past ten days the USD index moved up more than 50% of its decline, while at the same time gold moved lower only about 25% of its gains. This is a bullish sign, and so is the signing Friday of a Central Bank Gold Agreement limiting the gold sales.

  • With a Small Pullback Behind Us, Precious Metals Are Ready to Shine

    August 1, 2009, 12:00 PM

    This week we look at a head and shoulder pattern in the precious metals which gives us a clear indication where the GDX ETF is headed. We also read clues about an intriguing correlation between the stock market and gold which might be significant for the future.

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