Gold and Silver futures are in uptrends Tuesday night that could generate opportune 'buy' signals. To assist you in getting aboard with as little risk as possible, I've sketched out detailed scenarios that show how these trends might be traded […] Read More
The rally broke through a minor midpoint resistance at 29.410 around mid-morning, shortening the odds of a follow-through burst to its 'D' sibling at 30.135. The best low-risk buying opportunity night owls are likely to see would come following a b-c pullback from between peaks #1 and #2, or #2 and #3. Take the trade […] Read More
Buyers could have an excellent opportunity to get long via camouflage using the price points shown and the subtle ABC pattern thereof. Buy one contract using a buy-stop at the still-undetermined 'x', but step it up to four contracts if you're able to use 'camo' in a pattern of lesser degree with theoretical entry risk […] Read More
Yesterday's monster rally fell just shy of the 1240.00 target I disseminated in a morning update, but if the futures break loose today and close above it, that would augur more upside to as high as 1284.25 (aka 'D') over the near term. Our trading bias would be aggressively bullish above 1240.00, but camouflage opportunities […] Read More
Should I mention that yesterday's 337-point rally was not impulsive on the larger intraday charts? Check out the 240-minute bars if you don't believe me. Another measly 31 points would have done the job, but it looks like the panic-stricken shorts who powered yesterday's wilding spree just didn't have it in them. My hunch is […] Read More
U.S. stocks showed unbridled enthusiasm yesterday for the changing of the guard in North Korea, tacking 337 points onto the Dow Industrial Average. Could heir apparent Kim Jong Eun be the Man of Peace the world has been waiting for? It sure looked that way on Wall Street, where a wave of optimism about something […] Read More
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