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Entries from June 2011

Gold Weakness

June 30th, 2011 · 2 Comments

Today’s down day in gold has short-term implications for the metal.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · S&P 500 · Silver

Getting There

June 28th, 2011 · No Comments

The turn higher in stocks continues.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · S&P 500 · Silver

Case Shiller Update – It’s Good to be King

June 28th, 2011 · No Comments

The gap between real estate prices in Washington DC and the rest of the country widened sharply in the most recent Case Shiller data released today. There is a separate, healthy housing market for the political elite class and another sickly market for everyone else. Priced in gold, (i.e. real money) housing prices in the […]

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Tags: Real Estate

Who Loves Ya, Baby? [/Kojack]

June 28th, 2011 · No Comments

Who Loves Ya, Baby? The Solunar Model continues to impress.  click chart to enlarge

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Tags: General Market Commentary · S&P 500 · Solunar Model

Re-Test

June 26th, 2011 · No Comments

The key support level is being re-tested this evening. The results of this test will give us a great deal of valuable information on the health of this market.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · S&P 500 · Silver

Support

June 23rd, 2011 · No Comments

Once again, the markets provide us with another example of the power of the net lines to detail support (or resistance). As sharp as that decline was, prices only remained under the net line level for a few minutes, confirming the validity of that level.   /

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Tags: Bonds · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · S&P 500 · Silver

Pullback

June 22nd, 2011 · 3 Comments

But not gold. It just keeps on ticking.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · S&P 500 · Silver

Not Too Shabby

June 21st, 2011 · No Comments

The Solunar Model has shown us over the years that it works best when market volatility is up. When markets are quiet, the model disconnects for months at a time. The full 2011 Solunar Model chart is inside for subscribers.

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Tags: General Market Commentary · S&P 500 · Solunar Model