I’m putting on my short term bull hat for gold and silver. At the end of yesterday’s report I said gold is moving up while the dollar is up for 2 days and showing some strength and that I have to lean long. It also didn’t break the $1,050 close level which was also bullish. Silver is moving at snails pace right now. Volume is low it seems and needs to catch more of a spark.
Not sure how big of a bounce we get here but I do like that we are bouncing while the market overall is tanking.
Interest rates are falling a bit and volatility spiked overnight with gold but fell back the rest of the day while gold finished slightly down from the highs.
All eyes on the dollar right now to see if we get a move lower to help support the gold bid higher.
I am working on a transcript of yesterday’s interview by CNBC of former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher. I notice that CNBC edited out some of what he said but I have the complete video. Still trying to find a better copy though, unedited. It is quite revealing about the Fed and the “wealth effect.” I will explain more tomorrow. You won’t be disappointed and it does agree with what I have written in my forthcoming book.
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