2 Charts That Tell All You Need To Know About Gold & Stocks – With the continued weakness in gold and silver, and strength in stocks, today we followed up with 56 year market veteran and analyst Rob Rosen to get his take on what to expect going forward.
Here We Go Again! U.S. Mint Sales For February: Massive Amounts Of Silver And Gold Are Sold – US Mint’s full February sales numbers show unprecedented amounts of gold and silver Eagles sold. We will go inside the numbers to show this to investors, but the strong physical sales may be a sign that the drop in prices is not the end of the bull market, but just a long, painful correction.
China Can Now Buy World’s Gold Reserves Twice Over – According to Bloomberg and this one chart, China’s foreign currency reserves have surged more than 700% in just the last 9 years alone. This chart illustrates a key point and a very frightening one for the gold bears, that China’s demand for gold will remain insatiable for many, many years to come
What’s With Russia Buying Even More Gold? Skepticism toward gold bullion prices is increasing. The bears and the mainstream media are focused on the price decline of gold bullion and are clearly not looking at the demand of the metal. The reality: demand for gold bullion is increasing. As gold bullion prices have declined a little since the beginning of 2013, purchases of gold by central banks have increased. In January, central banks from countries like Russia, Turkey, and Kazakhstan continued to buy more gold bullion.
Silver: Visualized In Bullion Bars
Gold: Visualized In Bullion Bars
What’s Happening With Silver & Gold? It Doesn’t Matter! The point of precious metals isn’t to invest or speculate. You don’t buy an ounce of gold hoping to sell it for more paper currency down the road. Rather, you buy gold to get rid of your paper currency. Owning physical gold is like having a put option on your government and the financial system. And when you don’t have confidence in these things, the paper price of a gold contract that trades in a government-regulated commodities exchange is… irrelevant.
In this chart, we see that RSI levels are now at the horizontal red line which has coincided with major bottoms many times in the past ten years. We have seen two weekly closes below the rising long-term support line (now resistance) and this week will likely be the third.
This Metric Strongly Suggests a Major Correction in the S&P 500 Could Be Coming – History shows that when investors experience a rapid decline in the amount of available cash in their brokerage account to spend/invest quickly such “negative net worth” leads to major corrections in the stock market. Currently such is the case so can we expect another such decline or will it be different this time?