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US Major Indexes Consolidate Into Sideways/Flagging Pattern – Watch For Aggressive Trending Soon

Over the past few weeks, the US major indexes have consolidated into a sideways price channel.  This is most obvious on the NASDAQ and SPY charts as we’ve seen moderately deep pullbacks through the months of April/May 2021.  My research suggests this sideways price Flagging might be concerning for active traders/investors.  When the market flags into a sideways price pattern and near an Apex level, price tends to act in a very aggressive manner while attempting to establish a new trend. The longer price continues to trade within that sideways/flagging price range, the more aggressive and violent the new trend

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Stock Market Cycles Tipping The Balance From Euphoria To Complacency – Is Gold Setting Up For A Rally Above $2000 Again?

Gold has set up a very strong confluence pattern across multiple foreign currencies recently.  This upside confluence pattern suggests that Gold has now moved into a much stronger bullish price phase compared to various currency pairs.  This upside move in precious metals aligns very well with my broad market cycle phase research. I urge traders/investors to start paying attention as we transition into this new longer-term cycle phase. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage

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You Should Never Trade Options If you Don’t Know This ….

Have you ever heard someone say “90% of people that trade options lose money.”? I certainly have. Looking at an options chain can be a dizzying exercise for the uninformed. Delta, Gamma, Theta, Rho, Vega – and let’s not forget – implied volatility? Single, spread, butterfly, condor. What does it all mean?  “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as

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The Warrant Report For The Week Ended May 21, 2021

As I wrap up The Warrant Report on Sunday evening, we have gold trading around $1880 and silver at $27.50. I have included below several articles on gold, crypto, copper, and the USD which will set the tone of this weeks’ trading. In my weekly audio for my Gold and Lifetime subscribers, I gave my comments and opinions on two SPAC’s, Churchill Capital IV, soon to merge with Lucid Motors and Legato Merger, LEGO. We feel that the SPACs are concluding a bottoming process and we are seeing positive signs in many of the stock warrants on the SPACs. This

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Everything Is On Fire

May 19, 2021 By Egon von Greyerz “Everything is on fire” – Heraclitus (535-475 BC) What Heraclitus meant was that the world is in a constant state of flux. But the big problem in the next few years is that the world will experience a fire of a magnitude never seen before in history. I have in many articles and interviews pointed out how predictable events are (and people). This is particularly true in the world economy. Empires come and go, economies boom and bust and new currencies come and without fail always go. All this happens with regularity. A GLOBAL

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Copper price rebounds, commodity demand signals “firing on all cylinders”

MINING.COM Staff Writer | May 20, 2021 | 11:00 am IntelligenceMarketsNewsChinaCopper Stock image Copper rebounded from Wednesday’s slump, buoyed by expectations that demand will remain resilient in the face of possible tapering by the US Federal Reserve and China’s stepped-up efforts to jawbone prices lower. Copper rose 0.4% to $10,038 a tonne Thursday morning on the London Metal Exchange, after climbing as much as 1.8%. Copper for delivery in July was up 0.3% on the Comex market in New York, with futures trading at $4.5550 per pound ($10,021 a tonne). Sentiment improved with equities climbing and with a US report showing applications for state unemployment insurance fell last

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Crypto Is Crashing: Is Now the Time to Invest?

Should you buy when prices are lower? Katie Brockman(TMFKatieBrockman)May 23, 2021 at 10:00AMAuthor Bio Cryptocurrency has always been volatile, but it’s experienced quite the wild ride over the past few months. After shattering records and reaching staggeringly high prices, cryptocurrencies have taken a sharp turn for the worse. Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC), which reached a high of around $65,000 per token last month, has fallen by more than 30% over the past 10 days, as of this writing. Other popular cryptocurrencies Ethereum (CRYPTO:ETH) and Dogecoin (CRYPTO:DOGE) are also down around 30% over the same time period. Sometimes, market crashes are beneficial to investors because they’re an opportunity to buy

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Commodity ‘supercycle’ a cue for Saudi state miner to cut debt

Bloomberg News | May 23, 2021 (Image courtesy of Maaden, Facebook). Saudi Arabia’s state miner will use a windfall from the recent boom in commodity prices to pay off debt, as it seeks to strengthen its balance sheet before embarking on international acquisitions. The new chief executive officer of Saudi Arabia Mining Co., known as Maaden, said he plans to halve the ratio of debt to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization over the next five years. Net debt was equivalent to 6.5 times Ebitda in March, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The focus will be on “sweating our assets”

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US Dollar Breaks Below 90 – Continue To Confirm Depreciation Cycle Phase

If you’ve been following my recent research posts, you already know my research team and I are expecting some very big volatility and trends in the US and global markets over the next 12 to 48 months.  The US Dollar Index fell below a critical support level above 90 recently.  This move lower after attempting to bottom in early 2021 suggests our broad Appreciation/Depreciation cycle phase research is continuing to play out.  This means we should start to prepare for bigger trends, more volatility, and the potential for broad market price rotation over the next few years. You can read

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Can You Guess What The Number One Most Overlooked Factor In Options Pricing That Most Traders Ignore Is?

Over the past year, the world we live in has drastically changed.  In the covid era, we have lived in the midst of a pandemic requiring limited personal interactions with people outside our households and seemingly endless precautions in an effort to slow the spread.  In short, the world we live in today is radically different than the way things were less than two years ago.  Since we have all be locked away in our homes, working remotely or not working at all, we have had to take on learning new skills.  One skill everyone has been flocking to is

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Bitcoin vs. Gold: A Tired Debate

May 17, 2021 By Matthew Piepenburg Bias vs. Logic We’ve written elsewhere about the ironic over-use of logic to justify otherwise illogical biases. As Swiss-based precious metals professionals who see physical gold and silver as currency protection outside of an openly illogical (and dangerously fractured) banking system, it is more than fair for some to challenge our own “logic” (bias?) when it comes to precious metal ownership. We understand such critiques. Pandora’s Box Such criticism, of course, strikes even more nerves (and claims of potential illogic) when precious metal professionals open the Pandora’s box of any conversation around Bitcoin, which has become, understandably,

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Have We Reached A Critical Turning Point For Gold YET?

Trader Chris Vermeulen joins Elijia Johnson for the first time on Liberty and Finance to discuss the latest support and resistance for gold, silver, and bitcoin.  The gold market is at a critical turning point with gold hitting key resistance levels. If the US Dollar starts to rally, gold could fail to break out and, instead, fall to $1600.  However, does the strong divergence between gold and silver give clues as to which asset is likely to run farthest and fastest? “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is

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The Warrant Report For The Week Ended May 14, 2021

Below are several articles leading us to believe that gold is heading higher which is also my personal belief. A few days ago, I saw legendary investor, Jim Rogers on BNNBloomberg.com, and while he said he is bullish on the commodities, that he is waiting to buy gold at lower prices. He did not say why he is expecting lower prices or how low they could go before he would be a buyer. I must ask why was he not buying on the last leg down into the $1600s just a few months ago? I suspect he currently has a

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New bull chart for $30,000 copper price: porphyries nearly mined out

Frik Els | May 14, 2021  Bad moon rising over porphyry deposits. Radomiro Tomic, Chile. Image from Codelco. Predictions for copper at double or triple today’s level is a fairly recent phenomenon – and bears still outnumber bulls as to what’s next for the bellwether metal.    Wall Street natural resource investment house Goehring & Rozencwajg Associates confirmed their place in the superbull camp this week, predicting a copper price north of $30,000: “The previous copper bull market took place between 2001 and 2011 and saw prices rise seven-fold: from $0.60 to $4.62 per pound. The fundamentals today are even more bullish.  “We would

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Gold’s Recent Headwind Shifts To A Tailwind

The Felder ReportjessefelderMay 12, 2021 A couple of months ago, I wrote, “They call copper ‘doctor’ because he’s supposedly got a PhD in economics. And when it comes to inflation, it’s certainly true that he is far more accurate with his forecasts than the vast majority of economists. The recent breakout in the copper price suggests core inflation is likely too low at present and will soon begin to trend higher over the next couple of years. Today’s CPI reading validates this view. Core inflation in April came in at nearly 3%, surpassing even most the aggressive forecasts. And while the

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