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Modern Speculation with SPAC Warrants

Most investors in SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) have experienced a series of body blows since late February. While the exact catalyst could be argued, none were larger than missed expectations from an overly anticipated deal with Churchill Capital IV. The subsequent freefall of most warrants was extreme, even for those of us that hold and have held many warrants for great lengths of time there were few if any left untouched and experience provided very little protection to the downside.If that were the only event then we would likely have returned to speculative pricing of the past, but it

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Utilities Continue To Rally – Is It Sending A Warning Signal Yet?

We have experienced an incredible rally in many sectors over the past 5+ months.  My research team has been pouring over the charts trying to identify how the next few weeks and months may play out in terms of continued trending or risks of some price volatility setting up.  We believe the Utilities Sector may hold the key to understanding how and when the US markets will reach some level of stronger resistance as many sector ETFs are trading in new all-time high price ranges. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction

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Have The Global Markets Already Reached A “Critical Mass” In Terms of Recovery?

A recent Forbes article suggesting global market leverage had reached new all-time highs prompted me and my research team to begin to explore the question of whether “global markets already reached a critical mass in terms of post-COVID-19 recovery”?  If this is true, what would it mean for the rest of 2021 and into early 2022? “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

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Financial Sector Appears Ready To Run Higher

As we transition into the early Summer months, we are watching how different market sectors are reacting to the continued shifting of capital over the past 60+ days.  One this is very clear, certain market sectors are strengthening while others have run into resistance and are consolidating.  We believe the next few weeks and months will continue this type of trend where capital continues to shift away from risks and into sectors that show tremendous strength and opportunity. We wrote about how Precious Metals are likely starting a new bullish price trend on April 18, 2021. You can read that

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Market Leverage Reaches New All-Time Highs As The Excess Phase Rally Continues

A recent Forbes article highlights the incredible increase in market leverage since the start of the COVID-19 crisis.  There has never been a time in recent history where market leverage has reached these extreme levels.  Additionally, highly leveraged market peaks are typically associated with asset bubbles. “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 well as my CommonStockWarrants.com.”-Note from Dudley MARKET LEVERAGE

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Tesla and Big Tech are about to rev up the busiest week of earnings season

Published: April 25, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. ETBy  Emily Bary Earnings Watch: Tesla’s Monday report will be followed by Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon as more than one-third of the S&P 500 reveal first-quarter results The busiest week of earnings season is about to kick off, with Tesla and Big Tech companies expected to dominate the headlines. The six largest companies in the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.09% will report earnings in the week ahead, as about a third of the index reveals first-quarter numbers. Strong performances by the tech giants helped offset weaker performance by many other sectors earlier in the

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Iron ore price up as China steel futures hit new highs

MINING.COM Staff Writer | April 23, 2021 | 9:14 am MarketsTop CompaniesChinaLatin AmericaIron Ore Steel futures in China reached new highs as investors weighed the nation’s commitment to lowering production against its strong demand. (Image:junrong / Shutterstock.com) Iron ore futures advanced on Friday, on course for a fifth straight week of gains, as anti-pollution steel output curbs in China and strengthening global steel demand propelled prices to record highs. According to Fastmarkets MB, Benchmark 62% Fe fines imported into Northern China (CFR Qingdao) were changing hands for $186.25 a tonne on Tuesday, up 1.43% from the previous day. September iron ore on China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange ended

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Gold stock upleg accelerates

Adam Hamilton – Zeal Intelligence | April 23, 2021 | 9:40 am IntelligenceMarketsGold Stock image This young gold-stock upleg is accelerating, with fast-rising prices enticing in more capital. This sector has surged sharply to multiple major upside breakouts in recent weeks, which is starting to turn skeptics into believers. Despite their strong upside momentum being chased, gold-stock prices remain far from overbought levels warning of impending selloffs. This mounting upleg still has great room to power way higher. Gold miners’ earnings are highly leveraged to prevailing gold prices, which drive this sector’s upleg and correction cycles. In early March as the last

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Battery-metal rush pits miners against marine biologists

Bloomberg News | April 25, 2021 | 9:27 am Battery MetalsAfricaCanadaUSACobaltManganeseNickel DeepGreen is one of the companies that intends to produce metals from polymetalic rocks, found in deep oceans. (Image courtesy of DeepGreen Metals). Controversial plans to mine the ocean floor face a key test this year when a United Nations body unveils rules that could spur the exploitation of hundreds of billions of dollars of battery metals. The International Seabed Authority is preparing to pass regulations in July that could trigger a rush to extract metals needed to power the electric-vehicle revolution. Environmentalists say that would endanger fragile marine ecosystems and fear the ISA is

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Is The Silver Squeeze Over?

Chris joins Dave Russell on GoldCoreTV with his charts to help us interpret the recent moves in silver and gold. In this video, we take a look at the silver price, the gold price, bitcoin and the S&P500. We take a look at what’s needed to continue the momentum of the #silvershortsqueeze, the movement spearheaded by Wall Street Silver & #WallStreetSilver. We look at the significance of the 50-day moving average and the 200-day moving average and the interaction between these two that give us either a golden cross or the death cross. These are particularly important long-term trend indicators

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Gold Is Still In A Bear Market, But Where Is The Bottom?

Chris joins David Lin of Kitco News to talk about Gold. Gold’s price pattern has put in a bottom for now, but there is no certainty that the trend now has turned definitively bullish. “I think gold’s put in a bottom, it feels like it, the charts look like it, but really, we’re not confirmed that…the trend is now up,” “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

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The Warrant Report For The Week Ended April 16, 2021

If you have followed me for a while, you know that I am usually excited and bullish on the precious metals sector. Yes, timing is crucial and it is important to get into the game at great prices. This has been one of my special abilities to seek out these opportunities on the cheap by looking at the charts and following the insider trading on hundreds of companies. Today, I am bringing you several articles below which leads me to reasonably believe that we could be seeing substantially higher, gold, silver, Iron ore, copper, nickel prices by year’s end. If

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Will the Rebound in Gold Stocks Have Legs?

APRIL 16, 2021 JORDAN ROY-BYRNE CMT, MFTA EDITORIALS, FEATURED Last week we noted that Gold and gold stocks had made a short-term bottom.  The action this week has confirmed such and raised hopes of battered and beleaguered investors.  Gold and gold stocks have broken above initial resistance from double bottoms. Gold has surpassed $1750 while GDX has exceeded $34, and GDXJ has exceeded $49. In the clean line charts below, I drew resistance in red before adding the 200-day moving averages in blue. GDX has upside to $38 to $38.50, GDXJ has upside to $51-$53, and Gold has upside to $1825

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China opens its borders to billions of dollars of gold imports

Reuters | April 16, 2021 | 9:14 am IntelligenceMarketsChinaGold Image from World Gold Council via Twitter. China has given domestic and international banks permission to import large amounts of gold into the country, five sources familiar with the matter said, potentially helping to support global gold prices after months of declines. China is the world’s biggest gold consumer, gobbling up hundreds of tonnes of the precious metal worth tens of billions of dollars each year, but its imports plunged as the coronavirus spread and local demand dried up. With China’s economy rebounding strongly since the second half of last year, demand for

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