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Precious Metals & General Market Review
September 2015 – Issue #339.d
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Janet Yellen has apparently been checked out and is ok after suffering what appeared to be a
stroke-like event Thursday evening while giving a "we'll raise rates this year" speech in
Cambridge, Taxachussetts. Some thought she might have been literally choking on her words.
Don't believe me? Watch for yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INSj3Avk5YM
Stanley Fisher would take the reins if Janet couldn't perform her job. Thirdeyeopentrades
suggests she see a very good cardiac specialist as soon as possible.
Gold had a good week into options expiration, and is trying to carve out a bull flag of sorts.
Resistance at $1170 is massive, as is $1220.
GTU, the Central Gold Trust, left the week with a bullish breakout across and above a three year
I don't think it's time to celebrate by any manner, but it is a very interesting development
The S&P 500 daily closing price chart remains well above a seven year daily close support line.
The percentage of stocks above their 50 day moving averages remains quite low, which is to be
expected after such a sell-off as August delivered.
This is a MONTHLY MODEL. The message is delivered the end of each month. So far, it
remains in bullish moving average alignment as the 10 month exponential moving average
remains above the 12 month EMA by around just 6 points this weekend.
We'll see what it reads at the end of next Wednesday's trading session.
The RSI and stochastic indicators are falling into the 50 area. The near term action is bearish and
I am not liking the looks of this at all this weekend.
2020 has been huge resistance this month as the index failed to cross back up over the moving
This looks like an accident waiting to happen. Based on this pitchfork, there is very little wiggle
Bulls probably don't want to see a close under 1900 next week.
If that neckline breaks, it places the next downside target test at 1820.
This chart looks wicked bearish with the 5 month exponential moving average crashing into the
14 month EMA.
QE2 saved the bull from the bear back in 2010. Operation Twist saved the bull from the bear
back in 2011.
THIS TIME THE FED IS SAYING THEY WANT TO RAISE INTEREST RATES.
Big difference this time.
This chart doesn't look good either and the recent action looks like the beginning of 2008 all over
I'll loose more subscribers this weekend by saying this, but I really don't care. Keynesians are
cuckoo for Keynesianpuffs. I don't see any this time. Helicopter money has dried up. A bear
market model monthly moving average crossover is only 4 points away, to the penny.