Current Thoughts 1/17/2017

Gold moved up higher than I expected and the main reason is the Chinese unexpectedly announcing their intent to sell U.S. treasuries. This shot gold higher and this “news” is now being pushed back down as the stock market continues its merry way higher. The dollar had fallen on that news but I think bottomed today. We should get that move down in gold now but it may not hit the 1220 mark as previously thought but somewhere higher. I’ll call us all in for the next leg up when it comes.

The USD/JPY is ready go move up higher. Rates are ready to move up higher. Stock market may or may not move higher but fear via the VIS is prevalent even with the Dow hitting over 26,000.

The dollar you can see shot up and gold down in the charts below.

Should continue for a bit.


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