Gold engaged in a bit of rangebound slot racing last week, but has so far shown little sign that it’s on the verge of breaking out of its trading range. Positive divergences in a couple of cycle indicators suggest accumulation is under way, however… This report explains what that means. Subscribers, click here to download the report.
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Meanwhile, for the mining stocks, cycle analysis shows that another strong weekly performance has kept all 3 cycles on the buy side. The fact that 6 month cycles have been positive for weeks is normally a sign that the trend is headed up. But in this case, it has only gone sideways. The longer this goes on, the more problematic it is for the longer term outlook. The stocks in the sector need to start breaking out of this trading range, or the next move in a month or two will be down. Non-subscribers, click here for access.
Chart Picks – Given the good numbers from the cycle status screens, I was again looking for good buy side setups on the charts produced by the screens. Non-subscribers, click here for access.
The final numbers from the swing trade pick screens weren’t bad, 18 final buys to 5 final sells. But again, on reviewing the charts of the stocks with multiple buy signals, I … Non-subscribers, click here for access.
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