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May

Current Thoughts 5/16/2017

In yesterday’s Current Thoughts I said; “If dollar moves up, gold should go down and vice versa..”

Today we had the dollar fall hard and gold finally moved past 1238 but fell back to the 1236 range by end of day. Silver moved up higher again today also.

Gold should be up $20 more than where it is right now and I think has the ability to do so now.

The USD/JPY is also falling apart a bit and that should boost metals too.

It may be a better indicator than the dollar at present, but I watch both.

Still it is a snails pace for gold buyers simply because of so much faith in the stock market but 3 out of the 4 biggies were lower today; AAPL, FB, NFLX with only AMZN positive. Are we setting up for that market fall?

Either way we did quite well in  our ETF Trading Service with our buys on Thursday and Friday of last week that we sold today.

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