Gold and silver struggled to stay up in the morning and I was bullish on them most of the day as we finally got a good trade higher in JNUG and NUGT in the trading room over at Seeking Alpha. U.S. dollar was up, then down and gold responded to it a hair. Currently it is higher in Asia.
We should get a bounce now that we have hit lower lows. This is normal reaction to such a beatdown, but I am full expecting after this bounce to once again hit lower lows and test the $1,000 mark. The dollar at the same time should break the 100 mark as problems in Europe seem to be getting worse and worse and the data hasn’t even come out yet.
While we did get a tick higher in CPI, it is nothing to get excited about. Oil had rebounded and as it moved higher it brought up the index. Now it is lower. Next reading will affect that as my article I recently wrote did too.
The interview with Avi Gilburt went great today and I hope many of you got to listen to it. I will post it here and make an announcement on the main blog when it becomes available.
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