Current thoughts 10/26/16

Gold is really finding it hard to make up its mind these days, but I noticed with some good data today, they couldn’t knock it down too much. I think it is hanging in there and with the dollar not going positive today it is a sign of a possible short term bounce. It’s mid-range now between 99 and 98 and I have to lean with the dollar falling below 98 now, especially if we get a GDP number Friday that misses. Seems to me to be a Perfect Storm a brewing, and the markets are poised to fall as well.

But here is the caveat I have to throw at you. Will the market be allowed to fall before this Presidential election is over with? I’m not a conspiracy guy, but the DOW somehow manages to stay over 18,000 on a closing basis. Every fall in futures is bought up. There is no real momentum lower. Just an observation.

Maybe we have to wait another couple weeks to learn the truth.





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