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Checking in on Relative Gold Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Wed Mar 16 11 05:11 ET
Relative Gold is also known as the real price of Gold. Its essentially a comparison of Gold against various asset classes. Why is this important? There are two reasons. First, the real price of gold tends to lead leverage performance (e.g the HUI/Gold ratio). Second, the real price of Gold often provides hints of the future direction of the nominal price of Gold.
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Currencies and Stocks Suggest Improved Returns from Precious Metals Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Wed Mar 09 11 05:39 ET
Middle East is still the talk of interest in the commodity markets and the markets have been experiencing substantial volatility over the past weeks. Commodity markets also followed the trend and witnessed highs; Brent traded above US$115 a barrel while gold continues as a safe haven for investors with prices above $1400 per ounce. Apart from geopolitical speculations, precious metals have influenced by currency and stock market moves.
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Bifurcation in Precious Metals Complex and the Implications Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Wed Mar 09 11 01:04 ET
Silver has been red hot lately and the silver shares have joined in the fun. Yet, we haven’t seen a corresponding breakout in Gold or in the gold shares (as evidenced by GDXJ and GDX). In the chart below we show SIL (large silver stocks), Silver, Gold, GDXJ (gold juniors) and GDX (large cap golds).
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Top in Stocks and Silver? Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Wed Mar 02 11 09:20 ET
High volatility seen in commodities market in the past week attributes toward ongoing social and economical developments in the Middle East. There are ominous reports of thousands of people killed in Tripoli as anti-government protests reached the Libyan capital for the first time. The Libyan government attacked protesters, and rebels claimed control of the second-biggest city, Benghazi. Tens of thousands of Bahraini protesters marched in the capital demanding democracy.
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The Growth Stocks of the Gold/Silver Bull Market Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Wed Mar 02 11 09:05 ET
With the bull market in precious metals likely to accelerate in the coming years, folks should turn a great of their attention towards finding the growth stocks of the bull market. We are talking about your Ciscos and Microsofts. These are the stocks one can hold for at least several years.
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Long-Term Trend is Still Upbeat Despite Declines in Precious Metals Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Mon Feb 28 11 03:16 ET
Economic and social developments across the globe are significantly affecting the capital market moves in the present scenario. Global markets, still fragile, could be tilted off course if instability in the Middle East spreads. Markets largely ignored the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, two countries that are basically not that significant on the global economic scheme of things. They don't owe much money to western banks, nor do they export large quantities of commodities, such as oil. But markets certainly took notice this week of the violent upheaval in Libya.
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Time to Dump Stocks for Gold Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Wed Feb 23 11 07:43 ET
US stocks are only following the same pattern they've followed in the last three bear markets. The midpoint crash (1907, 1937, 1974, 2008) gave way to a furious rebound in each case. Following 1937, the market retraced 62% of its losses. Following 1907 and 1974, the market peaked three and a half years later after retracing roughly 95% of the losses. Three and a half years and a 95% retracement equates to the S&P 500 peaking at 1500 in April of this year.
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China and the West: Opposite Approach to Inflation Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Wed Feb 23 11 00:17 ET
Precious metals gained on Friday amid the G-20 weekend summit, geopolitical concerns, and inflationary pressures. Gold traded at $1390 per ounce while silver was at $32.65 per ounce. So far, February has been an interesting month for gold. The development in emerging markets, inflationary pressures in the United States and lingering geopolitical worries have all contributed to its rally.
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Growing Industrial Demand Buoys Silver Outlook Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Sunshine Profits | Tue Feb 22 11 01:08 ET
Irrespective of the concerns over financial tightening, talks of a gold bubble and economical weakness, gold marked its tenth straight annual gain in 2010. Not only gold, other members of the precious metal group such as silver and platinum were also up last year. At this juncture, last year’s bull run appears to be running out of steam. However, both technicals and fundamentals indicate improved investment options in precious metals, particularly silver, if you have a long-term investment horizon.
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Accumulate Gold but Be Cautious on Silver Print E-mail
Analysis | Research | Written by Trendsman Research | Thu Feb 17 11 01:35 ET
Why is Silver continuing to outperform Gold? The Silver/Gold ratio tends to lead or follow the stock market. Risk assets are outperforming. Silver is outperforming Gold as a risk asset. It is not outperforming for monetary reasons. That occurs when both Gold and Silver advance but Silver outperforms Gold. This is one of several reasons why bugs should be wary of Silver in the near-term.
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