• Gold Money
    05/03/2016 - 11:35
    Crude oil time-spreads have completely dislocated from inventories. Historically, such dislocations have proved to be short lived. We expect that either spot prices will sell-off again or the back...

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Rally In Gold Stocks Reaches First Big Challenge





A key index of gold stocks is hitting its first level of major potential resistance since its false breakdown to all-time lows in January.

 
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Have Oil Stocks Recovered Their "Line In The Sand"?





A key index of oil stocks has moved back above its (temporarily broken) 30-year up trendline... for now.

 
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Are Housing Stocks Putting Up A Roof?





A key index of housing stocks is hitting several layers of overhead resistance.

 
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The Broadest US Equity Index Is Hitting Resistance





Time will tell whether today’s selloff is the precursor to a real cannonball shot to the gut of the post-February rally, or merely a glancing blow. The cannonball scenario probably should not be dismissed, however, since the weakness is occurring from the right price levels.

 
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Global Stock Gauge Testing Key Breakdown Level





After rallying off major support for the past month, the Global Dow Index is testing its key January breakdown level.

 
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Can Draghi's "Kitchen Sink" Beat Recessionary Earnings?





Despite ongoing Central Bank interventions which boost asset prices and acts as a huge wealth transfer tax from the middle class to the rich, corporate earnings are a direct reflection of what is happening in the actual economy. Wall Street has always extrapolated earnings growth indefinitely into the future without taking into account the effects of the normal economic and business cycles. This was the same in 2000 and 2007. Unfortunately, the economy neither forgets nor forgives.

 
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Now 2010 Is All That Matters





BofAML's Stephen Suttmeier views the 61.8% retracement of the May-Feb decline at 2010.72 as critically important. A failure to close above this retracement would send a bearish message, especially given negatively positioned and falling 100 and 200-day moving averages.

 
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The 30-Year Line In The (Oil) Sand





Is the bounce in energy stocks for real?

 
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Key Equity Index Climbs Back Up The Elevator Shaft





While the market has climbed from the ground floor all the way back up the elevator shaft, it may find the access to upper floors there rather limited. After rallying 14% in just about 3 weeks, a ratcheting down of upside expectations would certainly seem warranted.

 
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Brazil’s Bovespa Is Once Again... The Most Interesting Chart In The World





After resolving its former “most interesting” chart status with a massive breakdown in January, Brazil’s Bovespa is back testing that breakdown level in an equally interesting development.

 
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Small Caps At Crucial Resistance - Beware Shenanigans





Amid a recent exuberant short-squeeze-driven bounce, the 'real' valuation of the Russell 2000 remains at insanely high levels (and gravely decoupled from credit markets). But as Dana Lyons' explains the market likes to do whatever will fool the most people. So while this level should at least be an interesting one in producing a battle between the Russell 2000 bulls and the bears, it would also be an ideal spot for the market to unleash its shenanigans.

 
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Is The Stock Rally Glass Half Full Or Half Empty?





The February stock market bounce has reached a crossroads – will there be another leg higher or has the rally run its course?

 
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Broad Market Index Testing Broken "Must Hold" Level





The broad NYSE Composite stock market index is testing the level we deemed “must hold” – that broke in January.

 
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Banking On A Bounce? Jamie Dimon Vs The Credit Market





Based on the chart of the KBW Bank Index, Jamie Dimon’s decision to purchase shares of JPMorgan may have been well timed... but the credit markets have a very different perspective on what happens next.

 
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