Current thoughts 10/31/16

Gold was down early with the dollar up big this morning and then the dollar spent the day falling and gold went green by end of day. Silver was a little more bullish all day and looks like it may want to move up here soon.

The Fed is meeting this week for another interest rate decision or as I put it, another “talk the talk” of raising rates fakeout. Some of us are tired of the Fed and I think the market will be after this meeting of the minds and telling us that everything is going to plan when since the last rate hike it clearly has not.

Is there a crash imminent in the market? Maybe.

The dollar is also set up to move lower. This can for the short term push metals higher.


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