Category: Weekend Newsletters

WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST FEBRUARY 21, 2021

Sun, 21 Feb 2021

  The gold cycle indicator finished the week at 11. It dipped briefly to zero on Friday when gold reached $1759, but prices recovered before the US open. Consequently, we never reached an official zero reading during normal trading hours.    In this week’s newsletter, I’ll cover the Fed, Interest Rates, and Asset Bubbles briefly.  […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST JANUARY 31, 2021

Sun, 31 Jan 2021

  An epic battle between institutional and retail investors is unfolding in the shares of GameStop (GME). Prices finish the week 400% higher and are up over 1600% in January. Robinhood and Reddit advocates are exploiting a massive short position in the stock. The pressure is building and will likely continue into next week. It’s […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST JANUARY 24, 2021

Sun, 24 Jan 2021

  Gold remains stuck in consolidation/correction mode, and this can be frustrating to some investors. At times like this, it is crucial to remain focused on the long-term goal. Our primary forecast still expects a minimum target of $8500, likely by 2028.   The financial crisis that began in 2020 is far from over. It […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST JANUARY 17, 2021

Sun, 17 Jan 2021

  Much of the stimulus money sent out to Americans has made its way into the stock market. This is creating the divergence we see between “the markets” and the “real economy.” The bubble in stocks could end badly, for some investors. In April 2020, the personal savings rate for Americans spiked to a record […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST DECEMBER 31, 2020

Thu, 31 Dec 2020

    I’ve grown a little bearish over the near-term, given the excessive bullishness I see in options buying and retail trading. High flyers like Tesla and Bitcoin are not driven by fundamentals, but by speculation and excess liquidity. This extreme risk-taking leaves the markets vulnerable to a sharp correction, in my opinion. It seems […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST NOVEMBER 22, 2020

Sun, 22 Nov 2020

  Gold prices are rolling over, and I see the potential for a bearish breakdown as soon as next week.  If gold breaks below $1850 sooner than later, that could open the door for an extended correction into December.  Overall, precious metals are in structural bull markets, and sharp pullbacks are considered long-term buying opportunities. […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST NOVEMBER 15, 2020

Sun, 15 Nov 2020

  There is a significant uptick in coronavirus cases, and lockdowns are resuming. The likelihood of a double-dip recession is increasing, and we could see another sharp selloff in stocks. The 1980 pattern in the Dow is very similar to what’s transpiring now. If the stock market peaks next week like it did in 1980, […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST NOVEMBER 1, 2020

Sun, 1 Nov 2020

  The US elections are next week, expect a significant uptick in volatility. The markets hate uncertainty, so a close or disputed election could send stocks reeling. Covid numbers are on the rise globally, and we are starting to see more shutdowns. This could impede the recovery and disrupt supply chains. I see a generational […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST OCTOBER 4, 2020

Sun, 4 Oct 2020

  Gold is dropping into the next 6-month low. If everything continues on schedule, we should have a bottom in the first half of October.    A Multitude of Outcomes Several variables, from the stimulus negotiations, to the elections, and now the President’s health, could alter gold’s near-term trajectory. Not to mention the potential for […]

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WEEKEND GOLD FORECAST SEPTEMBER 20, 2020

Sun, 20 Sep 2020

  The triangle pattern in gold appears complete, and prices should continue to work their way lower and eventually break support surrounding $1900. It may take another sharp selloff in the stock market to get a second round of stimulus through Congress. If my theory is correct, we could see a selloff in the stock […]

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