Sunday, June 12, 2011

USD / Silver and USD/ Gold

Dnarby requested these charts, lets he if he can interpret them.


9 comments:

  1. Thanks!

    Confirms what I suspected, if you look at both of them, the charts look like a good place to cover a short, wait for a bounce, then reshort.  So PMs look like a short term sell here.

    On another note...  Full lunar eclipse Wed, and it conjuncts the galactic center at the same time.  http://planetaryenergies.net/2011/06/13/astrology-week-beginning-june-13-2011/ ...And Wed is a full moon.

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  2. For sure not buying PMs this week.


    Indeed, eclipses always happen on a full moon, it the way it works, they are related.

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  3. Derp, of course.

    Not often when it conjuncts the galactic center though, FWIW.

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  4. Question, Steve...aren't all the dollar-denominated commods showing charts kind of like these? The parabolic move in commods is basically a result of the dollar decline, or do you disagree? I think the in-progress dollar bounce, which could stretch into 2012, maybe, will bring a lot of these things back to earth. And probably overshoot, taking them way lower than most people think.

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  5. Well without looking at data, seems like the dollar went down 20%, but commods doubled and tripled, so there is more going on....demand, speculation, flight to hard assets.

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  6. Can we call silver "fool's gold"? 
    Not to insult the silver bugs, but that sure was silly, again.

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  7. I see, so they will be near in the sky to each other from an earth observation, I wonder if that changes the gravitational pull even more, or barely at all.    My scary story is for earthquake a day or 3 after.   Its the push/pull, then slide to the side theory.

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  8. Gravitational pull won't measurably increase.   Cosmic rays might though (leading to a bump in increased cloud cover -> rain -> lightning).

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Insightful and Useful Comment!