Rollback Thursday

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Thu, Mar 21, 2019 - 10:24am

Following CGP's capitulation yesterday, the price of gold exposure hit $1320 overnight. But then the POSX began to rally and The Banks took over. And now we're back to $1314. This is still positive, however, and certainly preferable to the alternative.

Here's your main culprit and we discussed this possibility in yesterday's podcast. For whatever reason, the POSX is recovering and is now down only slightly from 2:00 pm yesterday. It's interesting to note that the breakdown out of this pennant is nearly identical to the break up from the pennant that followed Count Draghi's...

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