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Categories:Gold / Gold Stocks
11/02/2018-->Failure for the Mining Sector? --> Bullish Percents are falling again and RS very weak to Gold
10/12/2017-->Updated: $USB vs. $CRB Monthly Chart middle p.4:
'Ratio support' still holding; Bonds further in long term Uptrend to Commodities or vice versa Commodities topping out relative to Bonds
15/10/2017-->Japanese Nikkei Index looks like a new relative outperformer in the relationship vs. DJ World Index (rising ratio line)
+ multi year breakout for $NIKK in the making! ( p.4 )
Could bode well for the global economy.
27/04/2012--> Re-newed chart p. 2: Dow Jones Germany Stock Index ($DEDOW) intraday. Using now the DJ Index because it updates during the trading day. The country index tracks the main country index quite well.
23/09/2009-->Added $BDI [Baltic Dry Index] into $SPX-Weekly Chart p.3 with explanation from wikipedia
03/06/2007-->NIKKEI-Index [middle of page 4] with GOLD & DowJones World-Index; Could be a proxy for inflationary tendencies and the world economic trend.Keep watching this chart.
28/01/2007--> NOTE_$NASI:QQQQ RATIO-CHART supplementary to $NDX-Daily-Chart p.2 with short explanation !
01/06/2006--> Additional chart bottom p.1: IVE [S&P 500 Value iShares] vs IJT [SmCap 600 Growth iShares] RATIO chart
29/05/2006--> SPY vs TLT Stock/Bond_ Money rotation [p.2] ; Re-newed chart plots the relative performance between SPY [S&P500 SPDR] and the TLT [20 Year Treasury Bond Fund (Leh) iShares].
04/05/2006--> NOTE:Due to the Sharpcharts2 release I?m re-organizing the list step by step & re-newed charts begin frontpage
Flip through the charts!
Deflationary/Inflationary tendencies !?
A Summary of Chart-Studies and -Comments
--> World-Markets,Intermarket-Charts & more
01/05/2005: Last 3 month Candlestick-Pattern could be an 'EVENING STAR'. Patience!!
29/01/2005: Monthly Candlestick smells like a DOJI at resistance.End of run-up ?
21/08/2004 :$DAX at the crossroads . A monthly close in the green 'freefall-zone' would not be healthy for the Bulls .
Simple price pattern & formations bode ill .Next week could be very interesting. Patience !!!
24/05/2013-->Note: Looks like a reversal week with huge bearish candle
24/11/2012-->NIKKEI-Index with recent strength above former resistance /- 9200
03/06/2007-->NIKKEI-Index with GOLD & DowJones World-Index.
Could be a proxy for inflationary tendencies and the world economic trend.
Keep watching this chart.
19/07/2015-->1140 Support broken!-->Very negative weekly close-->Loss of support imminent
Here is the realtime-quote link for $GOLD :http://focus.comdirect.co.uk/en/detail/_pages/charts/main.html?sSymbol=GLD.FX1
19/07/2015-->110 Support broken!-->Very negative weekly close-->Loss of support imminent
NEW GOLD-Fund: exchange-traded fund gold - GLD - trades at 1/10 the price of GOLD and here you see the volume, too.
25/03/2017-->CBOE Options Put/Call Ratio shows extreme bearishness (high Ratio!)
Could be a bottom !?
25/08/2018-->Ditto: Remarkable: Only ~57% of all Nasdaq stocks show a PnF Buy Signal - Breadth not so hot!!
26/12/2015-->Remarkable: Only ~46% of all Nasdaq stocks show a PnF Buy Signal - Breadth not so hot.
03/01/2013-->GREEN ARROW - Bullish Percent BPI Point & Figure Chart is now in X. 'Demand in control'.
11/11/2012-->RED ARROW - Bullish Percent Index for Nasdaq Composite now in O. 'Supply in control'
09/10/2014-->Bonds getting stronger relative to Commodities: Deflationary tendencies?
02/03/2005: Chart speaks for itself ! Inflationary tendencies increase and a real warning for BOND-holders, again. Commodities the place to be.
30/07-->CHART OF THE MONTH
06/06/2013- >$GOLD looks like the new 'outperformer' relative to S&P 500 Index
[ratio line above MA(20)] in this GOLD vs S&P 500 Index relationship
24/04-->Compare this chart with the chart below !
It is S&P500 in EURO : 1/100 of fair value
It has done a new low ;SPX not !
So you see,that there are other risks for Europeans-->the US-Dollar-Trend !
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