Current Thoughts 5/21/2017

Gold and silver have one more trip lower this week and we’ll soon be off to the races over $1,300 again. This is your week to buy the last dip for a bit. We’ll have to watch the dollar for a bounce to confirm one more trip lower.

We do have Fed minutes this week which might boost the dollar a bit and add some hopium to the markets with your typical Fed euphoria for higher rates. We also have 6 Fed member speaking on Monday and Tuesday, so yeah, they are out in force. But come Friday we get what Fed Chairman Janet Yellen calls “noisy” data in GDP and once again we’ll see if GDP is showing any growth or not as it just hasn’t been coming. Why the markets are not falling more is beyond me, but they should start declining soon.

Give gold a week to take off and then buckle up for a bit.

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