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Be Careful Chasing Gold and Silver, Overbought Condition Could Lead to Correction

Be Careful Chasing Gold and Silver, Overbought Condition Could Lead to Correction

At the end of July I published a series of articles calling an important buypoint in precious metals.  To see my archived article from that point click here http://goldstocktrades.com/blog/2010/07/21/trading-method-signals-buy-gold/. In…

Homebuilders Reaching Key Resistance At 200 Day Moving Average

Homebuilders Reaching Key Resistance At 200 Day Moving Average

The Federal Reserve declared war on deflation Tuesday, stating that they will provide additional accommodations should any deflationary signs occur. I wrote several weeks ago that Washington will provide the…

Investors Rush Into Gold and Silver as U.S. Treasuries Show Signs Of Weakness

Investors Rush Into Gold and Silver as U.S. Treasuries Show Signs Of Weakness

Since the emergence of the European Debt crisis in April 2010, treasuries have been in a strong uptrend as investors have been seeking protection from risky assets.April to August 2010…

Dollar Slices Through 200 Day Moving Average After Bank Of Japan Announcement

Dollar Slices Through 200 Day Moving Average After Bank Of Japan Announcement

Gold broke out of a classic cup and handle pattern yesterday right before the Bank of Japan announcement.  The Yen has significantly strengthened since June as this is extremely difficult…

Trending or Trading: When To Use Momentum Indicators

Trending or Trading: When To Use Momentum Indicators

Price volume action is showing weakness on this rally and there is a good chance we could see a third failure at the 200 day.  Many times, before bear markets…

British Columbia A Mining Friendly Jurisdiction

British Columbia A Mining Friendly Jurisdiction

Check out my recent exclusive with The Gold Report.…

Silver Making Triple Top Breakout

Silver Making Triple Top Breakout

Point and figure charts are one of the oldest and purest charting methods in the field of technical analysis.  Point and figure charts are not commonly studied and practiced by…