Friday , 19 October 2018


Tag Archives: U.S. Dollar Index

Noonan on Gold & Silver: Jettison Your Beliefs & Read Developing Market Activity Instead

Because we know the trend is down, there is no guesswork about trading from the long side in paper gold. There is no need to “predict” the price direction. Just wait for more information that buyers are beginning to increase (which they are not, so far), and then have a strategy for buying in a changing up trend. Presently, there is no evidence of a change to an up trend, so wait for confirmation and keep one’s powder dry.

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This Ratio Is An Ugly Warning Sign For the Stock Market

Historically, the performance of the S&P 500 Index relative to the U.S. Dollar Index has been a good indicator of bull and bear markets but it has underperformed the Dollar Index since mid-2014. It's an ugly warning sign for the market. I see the stock market moving downward from here.

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Noonan: “When Will Gold & Silver Rally? NOT In 2015! Here’s Why”

It does not makes sense to expect any major shake-up that would affect the pricing of gold and silver in a major way until at least January 2016 at which time the IMF is scheduled to meet to discuss the possible inclusion of the Chinese RMB in the basket of fiat currencies that make up the constituents of the U.S. Dollar Index. Let me explain why that is the case.

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Should You Become Bullish – Or Remain Bearish – On Gold? Here’s What the Indicators Say

Gold has been mired in a descending triangle over the past year or so. From a technical perspective, such triangles are likely to be continuation patterns. Gold fundamentals have recently worsened a bit with the most obvious headwind being the continued strength in the U.S. dollar, but this isn’t the only indicator that has turned more bearish lately. This article is an update of the indicators we follow.

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