Wising Up

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Tue, Jul 12, 2011 - 11:47am

As I type this at 11:21 EDT, it appears that the NY gold buyers may have wised up a little bit. Instead of buying ahead of the London fix, it almost looks like some decided to wait until after 11:00. I have a last of 1553.20. Let's see what the good guys can accomplish in the next couple of hours.

Speaking of The Good Guys, how about that lovely little FUBM in gold yesterday? Don't let the acronym fool you. The FUBM is a very important technical feature. It shows two significant things:

1) EE concern about rising price caused them to violently, maliciously raid. Their nervousness is bullish.

2) Our side's overwhelming demand drives price right back up to where it started. No "running for the hills" or "selling avalanche". Nope. PM bulls are getting their cajones back.

In fact, the selloff was so brazen and the comeback so impressive that I'm about to declare the doldrums to be over. About to...but not yet. Let's see what today brings. Ideally, gold will continue higher in NY (last now is 1553.70) and close near or above the old all-time closing high from 5/2 at 1558.40. IF it can do this, the next target will be to trade through and close above the intraday high of 1578. WHEN that happens, it'll be off to the races. Is it time for optimism? Yes. Could Santa and Turk end up being right? Of course. We'll know very soon.

Silver continues to frustrate and annoy. If I could print a chart for you, it would be a 3-hour silver. You can clearly see the fear in the eyes of Monkeys at 36.80. They'd do anything to keep it below there and, for a while, they'll try. They won't succeed, however, and silver will eventually trade much higher. However, don't get ahead of yourself and act in haste. As hoped, it found really good support around $35.20 but now needs to get back above $36 or it risks rolling back over. A violation of yesterday's lows near 34.80 would likely send it back down toward 33.50. Yikes! So, watch silver closely and stay nimble. The Forces of Darkness are well aware of the importance of keeping silver below $37. Don't be a hero and try to take them out all by yourself.

We are getting good help from DrC and crude, however. Copper was in a little downtrend on the hourly chart but it bottomed right where it should near 432 and now looks OK. Crude fell all the way to 93.55 overnight but is now back above the all-important $96.

As I close, gold continues to hang in there at 1553. Keep a close eye on it. Thank you for your patience with my lack of technical capability this week. Things should return to "normal" by Friday. Have a great day! TF

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ewc58
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:42pm

Thanks for

Joeka's whereablouts (murphy, bim), and how to find him (admin/moderator/Turd). Appreciate the help.

FogHorn LegHorn
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:42pm
ewc58
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:48pm

zenith191

Are you really one of those "all of one and none of the other" thinkers?

Clearly you felt the same way when Ag was $8. Too bad you ruled yourself out of a 500% rise in value based solely on a silly, ill-informed ideological stance. You're impressing no one with it.

Exergy
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:50pm

Dollar up...Gold Up?!

Can you say positive for PM's!!

The European Banking System is coming unglued (Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland .. France, Belgium ...not to mention Britain)

...and we see flight to the Dollar AND GOLD

THE EE is taking silver down ONLY due to their MASSIVE short position.... but the drain on physical is reaching a breaking point ...think Chinese water torture where the drip drip drip is silver coins draining the silver "reservoir"

The US is locked in a battle over raising their bloody debt ceiling by 2 TRILLION when their true liability is closer to 3.5 TRILLION when you factor in other commitments. When the world wakes up to the state of the US economy and the fact that the FED TODAY is leveraged worse than Lehman was....

The new Asian bullion exchange is now open (May) and is a fully physical market so price discovery is about to get interesting when they add silver contracts shortly.

Add to that the MASSIVE new ASIAN investment market demand that can now buy physical

I dearly hope the boyz take silver down even further so that those of us who stack physical can pile on some more...add in some stock and enjoy the fireworks yet to come this fall from our front row seat with our hand in the box of silver and gold "popcorn".

This get's crazier by the day as we watch the last gasps of a doomed trading platform (COMEX)...and a government hell bent on defending their currency against all threats even if it means breaking the law in the name of national security by letting the fed back liability in many of those shorts (I believe JPMorgan got the Fed to accept future liability as part of the deal to take over Bear Sterns book) AND probably force the CFTC to remain inactive despite blatent market manipulation.

Ever wonder why there have been NO COMMENTS of any kind about the silve take downs when many including Sprott call them out on it?

keep stacking and hoping for some more dips!

Every ounce we buy...is 100 paper ounces they can't create

Vypuero
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:54pm

Oz Video

Put the currency in the hands of Nancy Pelosi? You answer that question - just a different kind of disaster. No, read FOFOA instead - Freegold is likely the answer. Alternately, a sound money based on the price of gold tends to be stable for a long time, but the problem is that eventually people will give in and move back off of it, just as the USA has done before. Still it would make things work for a generation or two. Freegold is a better solution, as it can work world-wide and allows for Nations to still use fiat currencies, only they are constrained by reality (read his site).

Vypuero
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:56pm

AU & AG pushing slowly up all day

slow, but steadily up

agNau
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:57pm

@foghorn;

We all know that government takes capital from the market, and redistributes it poorly. (inefficiently) This is the first "good" graphic I have seen to visualize how much of our economy is now involved. The "show" in Washington will soon play out, and I am thinking that piece of the pie will grow in size. I am going to try to link and redistribute this info. to as many as possible, just as I try to do with this graphic courtesy of the FED. I find it important to inform as many as possible as simply as possible of the facts. https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/BASE Everyone I have shown this to has been surprised.

Tesla
Jul 12, 2011 - 12:58pm

Thanks Turd

What a roller coaster ride, for silver and oil especially!

Try not to puke up your stack - no matter what the crooked bangsters pull!

beardeus
Jul 12, 2011 - 1:06pm

Hey, this will be fun. I bet

Hey, this will be fun. I bet one silver ounce, honor on the line if you or I don't pay, that another FUBM comes around yesterday's high?

I bet you that it will happy again. I prefer Wolf's, Grizzlies, American Eagles and Maples in that order.

*Limited to 1 bet total

SilverWealth
Jul 12, 2011 - 1:08pm

save the anxiety

Save the anxiety and buy the dips.

Oil dip good buying op. Corn dip good buying op. DBA dip good buying op. Silver,Gold,miner dips, good buying op. Ung dips, good buying op.

Sugar running mad now after dipping way down just 2-3 weeks ago.

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