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#1281 jabat

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Posted 16 March 2020 - 11:50 AM

CDlangley LT silver chart

 

  • cdelaney Monday 16th of March 2020 10:31:24 AM

    Here is the silver LT chart with retrace levels.  9.738 is .618

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#1282 dharma

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 10:10 AM

i closed down and went for a soak for some days. in 08 -09 gold went from 1k to 682 roughly 32% haircut, it is much firmer today than back then, bu the decline is not over.  i have discovered some things which i will post today or tomorrow. we are about to experience a new bull market. but we are still a couple of weeks away.   this is going to be an action packed year. disease, pestilence, war, a hung election w/the results coming later than normal.  i have not bought yet.  i am going to start w/silver in the depression silver was .13 its role as a monetary metal in deflation is dubious at best.   gold keeps gaining on the broad market  which is creating an interesting picture

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#1283 K Wave

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 11:19 AM

GLD has held 200 day so far...massive relative strength...



#1284 dharma

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 01:06 PM

kwave, meant to tell you , you and your work have done a great job keeping everyone on alert.  i will be in buy mode adding a tranche to my holdings.  this will all disappear quickly

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#1285 dougie

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 01:23 PM

yeah Kwave. wish i had been listening more to you!

 

Keep it up man!

 

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#1286 dharma

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 02:29 PM

dsi=37 for gold

whew much better reading

have alot to say but i have been invited on another board and been posting there. when kwave was posting on capital stool in 01 or so and me too. there was another guy there who was pounding the table to buy ng @.13 he bought tons, i did my homework and joined the party.  he invited me to join a group of veterans there.  i will be back fresh tomorrow. 

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#1287 K Wave

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Posted 17 March 2020 - 03:59 PM

Absolutely insane "Abby Normal"  action on the miners over last few days...still trying to get my bearings on what it all means.

 

Look at daily chart of FNV or the above referenced NG...went completely through the crash window to the 900 day in a couple of days, and then completely reversed it in about 10 hours of trading.

 

Never seen anything like those chart patterns.

 

But if GDX ends up reclaiming the 28 level before a massive pullback happens, then possibility we just saw the greatest shakeout in the history of the markets.


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#1288 Russ

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Posted 18 March 2020 - 12:14 AM

i closed down and went for a soak for some days. in 08 -09 gold went from 1k to 682 roughly 32% haircut, it is much firmer today than back then, bu the decline is not over.  i have discovered some things which i will post today or tomorrow. we are about to experience a new bull market. but we are still a couple of weeks away.   this is going to be an action packed year. disease, pestilence, war, a hung election w/the results coming later than normal.  i have not bought yet.  i am going to start w/silver in the depression silver was .13 its role as a monetary metal in deflation is dubious at best.   gold keeps gaining on the broad market  which is creating an interesting picture

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The gold stocks sure look to be putting in a V bottom.... 


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