Gold and Silver Current Thoughts 7-23-2015

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We got the move higher in gold early on, but alas, it was a small dead cat bounce and DSLV, JDST and DUST were again the stars. NUGT, GDXJ, and JNUG all hit 52 week lows and traders in them are feeling the pain. JNUG at some point will rebound and please keep an eye on it for a higher high trade.  I want to point something out. JDST you would think with JNUG hitting 52 week lows would be hitting 52 week highs. Since we are at the lows of Nov. 5th of last year, you would think JDST would be trading around the same price it was back then. But it’s not even close as it was trading at the 37 range in Nov. of 2014. The good news though is JDST has doubled in price the last month and we caught some of that move. I would keep tighter stops at this point. I see the dollar is close to breaking below 97 on the index and gold should bounce now. Let the dollar guide you. Gold will catch up to what it is doing.  At a minimum keep your stop at the low of the day today.


If you went long YANG at 79.61 you are down 24 cents. Keep the stop at 79, a little higher than normal, but know China is a mess. Still looking for a break of 82.87.


DWTI is doing exactly what we want it to. It’s up 3.1% more at 115 after hitting a high of 117.63. Move stops up to 111. As I said yesterday we are hoping for 160 eventually but resistance at the 133 level first.

ERY got us 8 cents but was up higher on the day over 25 before closing at 24.64. Move stops to 24.05.

UGAZ moved up to 2.39 before crashing and taking out the 2.15 stop. Yesterday I said it wasn’t looking strong. Still green on the weekly so a buy of the dip may work out but I would look at a play on DGAZ over 5.62 tomorrow.


TQQQ fell more but still green on the monthly. Would only be a buyer at a break of 124.38.

SVXY would have been good for a 40 cents scalp at the open and that’s it as it crashed with the market. UVXY may trigger if it can get past 28.14 tomorrow and I would be a buyer. But buying the dip on SVXY still is the play.

FAS moved up to 35.72 early and then fell with the overall market. You may have locked in profit or the stop was hit at 34.76. Still green and in buy the dip mode. I did put FAZ as a one to watch though and would be a buyer if it moves over 10.46 tomorrow.

RUSS turning into a good play again. Got us 1.74 more points or 4.94%. Move stop to 36.15 and lock in nice profit no matter what now. Needs to break 37.29 but is down 52 cents after hours.

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