June Gold looks to be consolidating on the perhaps-too-obvious trendline we've been studying in recent weeks. Although this is auspicious on its face, I've nonetheless recommended a relatively loose stop-loss for the single-contract tracking position that remains. Meanwhile, in GDXJ, a 'camo' entry opportunity could get away from us if it opens too strong […] Read More
GDXJ impulsed bullishly with a gap-up opening on Friday, but the move, too powerful for our kind of stealth, is likely to create a Catch-22 situation for anyone attempting to enter on Monday at the calculated 'x' of the pattern shown, 23.44. If 'x' makes it too easy to get on board, it will probably […] Read More
The picture-perfect 'camo' pattern shown in the chart signaled a long entry at 31.235 for Pivoteers who were on the alert Friday morning. Since my tout was not likely sufficiently explicit to have done much more than pique your interest, however, I won't be establishing a tracking position. (Also, as a practical matter, a 'camo' […] Read More
A 1439.50 rally target flagged here last week would become an odds-on bet if the futures close above its midpoint sibling, 1396.00, today for a second consecutive session. If you're looking for a way to board and are proficient at 'camouflage' entries, I suggested trying to leverage a 'B-C' pullback from just above either of […] Read More
We hold a single contract with an effective cost-basis of 1641.50. This is a tracking position for your further guidance, since two subscribers confirmed entry on the terms spelled out here Friday. The futures appear to be consolidating above the trendline we'd focused on, and although that will give us more leeway to let paper […] Read More
We wrote here recently that as Apple shares go, so goes the U.S. stock market. How has the stock fared? Last week there was quite a bit of excitement when the broad-tossers who manipulate the stock for a living short-squeezed the bejeezus out of it after the close, leveraging a strong earnings report that could […] Read More
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