I Like the Penny Stocks Right Here and Right Now

May 16, 2018 By Dudley Pierce Baker http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com Hello Investors, Crazy as it may sound, I love this game of investing in the penny stocks and possibly some of the stock warrants trading on resource companies. While some of you may believe this is a crap shoot there is actually some logical reasoning that could make you a substantial amount of money in the up coming bull market in the resource sector. Higher gold, silver and copper prices are coming believe it or not. Yes, gold has just plunged below $1300 for the first time in many months but as I write, it is holding around the .618 retracement of $1290 or so. True, I do not want to see much more of a decline from here and we really need to get back above $1300 ASAP. So, my cautionary warning for you, is that you should be prepared … Continue reading

Fibonacci Price Ladder Points To Higher Prices

This first Daily ES chart shows a pretty big picture of the Fibonacci price legs (the Fibonacci price “ladder” as we will refer to it in this article) and how these legs work in tandem with other types of support and resistance channels/level as price expands or contracts within new trends.  As you probably remember, one of the key factors to understanding Fibonacci price theory is that “price MUST attempt to establish new highs or lows at all times”.  Therefore, as we can see by recent price action, new price highs have been reached.  This is a clear indication that a new bullish trend is in place and we should now be searching to key levels to enter new trades.

We know the massive support zone exists below 2620 in the ES and we know a critical price channel exists between 2625 & 2660.  We don’t believe price will retrace enough to threaten any of these levels.  We believe price may retrace to near 2700 before finding additional support and developing a new base for a “ladder move” higher (likely to near 2855).

 

To confirm this analysis lets take a look at the YM (DOW futures) Daily chart below as well.  The Daily YM chart, below, paints a fairly similar example as the ES (S&P500 futures) chart, above).  Yet, this YM chart shows that the recent high price is very close to the Fibonacci 100% price level (a “ladder rung”) and should find moderate resistance near this level (24993).  We expect price may rotate lower to near 24598 before finding support and establishing a quick, possibly V-shaped or large lower wick type price rotation, bottom that would propel price higher to the next Fibonacci ladder leg near 25937.

 

This, zoomed in view of the Daily YM price chart below with our Fibonacci price levels drawn, helps to better understand what we expect to see.  As we keep trying to instill into your thinking, “price MUST attempt to establish new price highs or lows as it continues to develop trends and trend reversals in Fibonacci Theory”.  Therefore, price MUST attempt to rotate lower after establishing a new price high (as it has done recently) only to FAIL to establish a new price low (which would be a move to below 23460 – a long way away).  In doing so, the failure to establish a new price low (through price rotation) would indicate that price MUST do what?  That’s right, establish another NEW PRICE HIGH.

It is our belief that any price rotation below 24700, when price appears to be holding or forming support, would be a tremendous opportunity to identify new long entries.  Of course, the deeper the downside move, the better the entry levels will be created, but we don’t believe this future downside price rotation will be very deep – possibly just below 24500 as the lowest points for the YM.

 

If you have been following our research and analysis, you know we called this move nearly a month ago and have been sticking to the analysis of our advanced modeling and predictive analysis systems.

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New Articles from Chris Vermeulen – The Technical Traders


Hello Investors,

I am happy to now be sharing some great investment content with you from
our friend Chris Vermeulen at TheTechnicalTraders.com.

US Indexes Setup Bottom Confirmation Pattern

Congestion Basing Can Present Incredible Opportunities

Enjoy the read,

Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
http://JuniorMiningNews.com
http://CommonStockWarrants.com

Congestion Basing Can Present Incredible Opportunities

  May 12, 2018 Chris Vermeulen     Our research team wanted to alert our followers to the incredible opportunities that continue to present themselves in the current market.  While many people have been overly concerned about a market top and price rotation in the US majors, the Energy sector and many others have seen incredible price moves. Take a look at this XLE chart as an example.  Yes, we know that Oil has rallied from about $60 to closer to $70 recently, yet we want you to focus on the price pattern that setup this move in XLE.  Specifically, we want you to focus on the Multi-Month Base pattern in price between early February and early April of 2018 as well as the upside breakout that followed. In true technical analysis theory, price tells us everything and indicators assist us in relating current price movement/action to historical price movement/action.  … Continue reading

US Indexes Setup Bottom Confirmation Pattern

May 6, 2018       On Wednesday, May 2, we issued a research post supporting our position that the markets were nearing an apex breakout and that critical support and resistance levels had established within the market.  We indicated that volatility is usually quite high throughout these apex breakout moves with the potential for a “wash-out” price rotation in the works.  In other words, as these apex breakouts happen, price can sometimes, falsely, break to one side or the other and rotate very quickly to the other side – creating what we call a “wash-out” price reversal. Closing out this week, prices broke lower on Thursday, May 3, and reversed sharply before the end of the trading session to create a “wash-out” low formation which is indicative of a price bottom.  We felt strongly that our ADL price modeling system’s analysis as well as this bottom formation are strong evidence that the US … Continue reading

Go Away In May? Not If You Own This NASDAQ 100 Stock

Tom Bowley | April 21, 2018 at 11:43 AM   One of the most over used cliches in the stock market, in my opinion, is “go away in May”.  First of all, it’s simply bad investment advice.  Since 1950 on the S&P 500, the May 1st to July 17th period has produced annualized returns of 6.00%.  So if you decide to “go away in May”, where will you park your long-term money in today’s environment and beat 6%?  Granted, that 6% return is not guaranteed, but it is the historical return for the period listed above and it’s not bad considering that a 10 year treasury note yields 2.95%. A better piece of investment advice, based on history and my opinion, is to go away on July 17th.  One other important fact that the “go away in May” folks overlook is that strategy would completely fail to participate in the Russell 2000’s … Continue reading

Bloomberg Commodity Index Is Near An Upside Breakout

John Murphy | April 21, 2018 at 05:20 PM Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in John Murphy’s Market Message on Thursday, April 19th at 12:11pm ET BLOOMBERG COMMODITY INDEX IS NEAR AN UPSIDE BREAKOUT… This week’s surge in commodity prices is starting to attract a lot of attention. That’s because rising commodity prices are a leading indicator of inflation. Rising commodity prices have a lot of intermarket implications. For one thing, rising commodity prices usually cause Treasury bond prices to fall and yields to rise (as they’re doing today). That usually helps stocks tied to commodities and those that benefit from rising rates (like banks and financials). But it would hurt rate-sensitive bond proxies like staples, utilities, and REITS. Rising bond yields could, however, cause the yield curve to steepen and relieve recent concerns about it falling to the lowest level in a decade. Let’s look at some … Continue reading

Gold Should Be at $16,450 & Silver $761


April 19, 2018

The super powers in the West are doing what they can to provoke Russia and indirectly China and Iran into a world war. Most people alive today were not adults when WWII started and therefore did not follow the lead up to the war. But today the whole world can watch how the West has chosen to attack a country which has no major significance geopolitically and does not threaten any other country. Still the West clearly knows that bombing of Syria can start a global conflict with potentially horrendous consequences.

There is no intelligent reporting of these events in the Western media. Whatever propaganda the media is fed, they just publish it without any analysis or investigation. And the US with its allies do not wait for any independent verification of alleged use of chemical weapons. That a world war could start on such fickle reasoning is absolutely frightening.

UK & US STARTS A WAR TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM DOMESTIC WOES

Syria is of course only an excuse. As a country it would be of no consequence for the safety of the rest of the world if it was left alone. Most wars are started by nations which are under economic pressure domestically. The US and UK fit that picture perfectly.

With debts growing exponentially and massive budget and trade deficits, both these countries are on the way to bankruptcy. Added to that, their leaders are under major pressure at home. Trump has “Deep State” and impeachment pressures and Theresa May suffers from weak leadership in a minority government with an unresolved Brexit. This is the perfect background for pretending that there is a major global conflict and diverting the attention to the international scene.

It is only Russia’s restraint which has so far stopped this conflict from turning into something very serious for the world. We must remember that Russia only has two military bases outside of their country whilst the US has around 1,000. Also, according to independent experts, Russia’s military might is far superior to that of the US. But in the case of a nuclear war, both countries have more than enough power to destroy the world. So we must hope and pray that it won’t come to that.

PROTECT AGAINST FINANCIAL RISKS

Virtually nobody can protect against a global nuclear conflict. But we can protect against local conflicts and we can protect against a financial crisis. In 2001 we decided as a company that protection against a potential financial crisis was an absolute necessity. Thus we took the decision to invest in physical gold for our clients and ourselves. At the time, I regarded the continuous deficit spending, credit growth and the derivative time bomb as major risks.

The best time to make a strategic and long-term investment decision is when the asset you intend to buy is unloved and undervalued. That was certainly the case with gold at the time. Gold had been going down for 19 years from $850 in 1980 to a low of $250 in 1999. Central banks around the world had been selling a major part of their gold. The UK and Switzerland comes to mind as two countries selling the majority of their gold around the lows – a very good buying signal.

As we were forecasting a potential financial crisis at some point in the future, we recommended, in early 2002 to our investors to buy gold for up to 50% of their financial assets. Gold was then $300. At the time this was quite a radical proposition, especially since gold was then a barbarous relic that was totally out of fashion. The advantage with buying an undervalued asset that is not on the front pages, is that the risk is so much smaller than when the trade becomes crowded.

GOLD READY FOR THE NEXT STRONG MOVE UP

The timing was quite fortunate. As the chart below shows, gold rose every year from $300 in 2002 to $1,920 in 2011. In 2013 a bigger correction started which ended in 2015. Since then gold has only moved up slowly just like it did in 1999-2001.

In my opinion, gold is now in the process of breaking out from the 5 year consolidation. We need to get proper confirmation with a move to $1,400 but the position of the quarterly chart confirmed by the rising MACD indicator is a strong sign that the next move in gold to new highs is imminent.

The chart below also shows that gold is in a strong uptrend and that the correction in the last 5 years is minor and finishing.

PHYSICAL GOLD IS HELD FOR WEALTH PRESERVATION NOT FOR SPECULATION

We must remember that gold is not bought or held as a conventional investment for capital appreciation purposes. No, gold has a much more important function than that. Our company invested in gold in 2002 because we identified the risks in the financial system as very high. But today the risks are substantially higher and the reason for buying physical gold even more compelling.

WE BUY PHYSICAL GOLD BECAUSE:

  • It has been money for 5,000 years
  • It is the only money which has survived throughout history.
  • It guarantees stable purchasing power over time.
  • It is scarce – It cannot be printed. (Unlimited paper gold creation will soon collapse.)
  • It is durable – All the gold ever produced still exists.
  • It is nobody else’s liability – Thus no counterparty risk.
  • It is held and traded outside a fragile financial system – Thus gives independence.
  • It is the ultimate wealth preservation asset and insurance against a rotten world economy.

GOLD BUG?

It might appear that I am a gold bug but that is far from the case. We bought gold in 2002 to protect against the colossal risks we saw in the world economy and financial system. We are not in love with gold but believe that it is the best protection you can buy and own today. At some point gold will be overloved and overvalued. Then we will recommend to our investors to sell some of their gold or swap it against other assets which are unloved and undervalued. But I expect that time to be quite a few years away.

INFLATION ADJUSTED GOLD SHOULD BE $16,450 AND SILVER $761

Today at $1,350, gold is as unloved and undervalued as it was when we bought in 2002 at $300. On an real inflation adjusted basis gold at $1,350 today is at the same level as in 2002. (see chart below) and also at a 300 year low. The 1980 gold peak at $850, adjusted for inflation, would be $16,450 in today’s money – 12x higher than currently. That price is more in line with our own targets.

Silver is even more undervalued. On the same inflation adjusted basis, silver is also at a 300 year low. At $17.20 today, inflation adjusted silver is the same as in 2000 at around $4. And the 1980 silver high of $50 would today be $761 – a 44x increase from here.

Gold at $16,450 and silver at $761, makes the gold-silver ratio 22, which is in line with historical levels. But since the ratio is just below 79 today, it means that silver will move almost 4x as fast as gold.

GOLD AND SILVER ARE AT HISTORICAL LOWS – INFLATION ADJUSTED

Bearing in mind that credit creation has been exponential in this century with global debt having doubled to $250 trillion since 2006, gold has in no way reflected this money printing and total destruction of paper money. So this is still to come. Once the intervention in the paper market fails, which could happen at any time, the moves in gold and silver will be explosive.

The time to own physical gold and silver is today and not when they move to new highs. Both metals are at inflation adjusted historical lows and the downside risk is minimal. Also, they probably are the most undervalued of all assets currently.

With geopolitical, economic and financial risks at an extreme high, please don’t ignore these risks and don’t ignore history. And with the precious metals at extreme lows, it would be very unwise not to own substantial protection in the form of physical gold and silver.

Egon von Greyerz
Founder and Managing Partner
Matterhorn Asset Management AG

Silver on the verge of a break out

Silver on the verge of a break out Stefan Wieler April 18, 2018 Silver prices are trading almost 25% below the values predicted by our price model. This is the largest downside deviation we have seen in over 25 years. We believe this is the result of massive short selling in the futures market. In order to maintain this downward pressure on silver, speculators would have to continue to sell over 500 million ounces of paper silver per year. A reversal of this positioning could lead a >30% rally in silver prices in our view. View the Entire Research Piece as a PDF here. About a year ago we introduced our Silver Price Framework (see Silver price framework: Both money and a commodity, March 9, 2017). In that report, we highlighted that silver prices are driven by monetary demand as well as supply and demand for industrial purposes, the latter of which … Continue reading

I Don’t Own Any Shares Selling Over 50 Cents

April 17, 2018 IT’S TRUE Dudley Pierce Baker, here, founder and editor of Junior Mining News and Common Stock Warrants for well over 10 years. I just reviewed my portfolio and I currently do not hold any positions, be they, shares or stock warrants, which are selling for over 50 cents. And since most of my positions are in Canadian shares and Canadian dollars, that is only about 40 cents in U.S. dollars. You can call me crazy but, crazy like a fox, as I am out to hit many home runs in the resource sector as gold and silver breakout, which is coming soon. My portfolio has a balance of oil and gas shares, gold and silver companies, several of which are small producers. I also own several of the uranium companies. While I may be known to investors as ‘the warrant guy’, only 25% of my portfolio is … Continue reading