Current Thoughts for 1/20/2016

We are getting a sign of what’s to come this year once again today as the markets sell off, but we’re not quite there yet. What we saw occur was gold rise but the gold mining stocks fall for most of the day. Gold was even up $17 at one point yet the mining ETFs I follow were getting hammered like all other stocks. Then we got a bounce in the miners with the stock market as gold fell $6 in price and as the dollar rose towards the end of the day.

For those who bought gold you are wondering when the bottom is or have we reached it. The answer is, I don’t think we are at the bottom yet. Reason? We are in just the beginning of the deflationary action I have been talking about for so long. As assets move from risk on to risk off they have to find a place somewhere. For many that place is U.S. Treasuries where we have seen strength causing the 10 year to fall below 2%. When people are buying treasuries, you don’t have to pay as high a rate. This should continue. While gold is also known as a safe haven it is much more volatile and less understood by investors. In time you’ll see it will be more understood but for now we have to deal with the volatility and lower prices overall. We did however break the $1,100 mark but that level still seems like a magnet for any moves higher.

Silver took the day off today.

We’ll see what tomorrow brings but the dollar did show some strength today. Take note and watch it for your next move.

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