This week saw stock markets break not in the US alone but around the world -- just as the week of 24 July saw silver & gold bottom. The US dollar fainted, passed out, & fell down a manhole. Considering the beating silver took during the week, it looks pretty good. Gold punched through two or three resistance levels. This metals rally is the genuine article.
Stocks are crumbling & running all over the world, & the water ain't even hot yet. What will they do when it gets really bad? Why, I'll tell y'all what the Fed will do: QE4. They'll puke out new money like a 16 year old boy projectile vomiting a six pack of Shiner Bock he unadvisedly guzzled in 23 minutes.
Shanghai stock index lost 12.2% these week alone, and has fallen 32.3% from its June high. Here's how US indices look FOR THE YEAR: Nasdaq 100, - 2%; Nasdaq Comp - 0.6%; Russell 2000 - 4%; Wilshire 5000, -4.2%; NY Stock Exchange, -9.4%; Dow Industrials - 7.6%; S&P500 -4.3%. From the May all time highs, the Dow Industrials index has lost 10.1% and the S&P500 7.5%
But today had 'em puking in their wastebaskets & phoning to housekeeping for more wastebaskets. Dow stepped off a cliff: down 530.94 or 3.12% to 16,459.75. S&P500 held hands with the Dow on the way down. It lost 64.84 or 3.19% to 1,970.89. Busted through that 2000 mark like it was a hollow core door. Here are 8 month charts of the Dow, http://schrts.co/YWR0dW & S&P500, http://schrts.co/ueh3je
These here stocks are broken & can't be fixed. Expect the Nice Government Men to step in when the bleeding slows from arterial to seeping to try to pump stocks up. 'Twon't work. They are broken.
Party has just now begun. FIddle is jes' tunin' up and the corks are jes' now poppin' out'n the jugs. Will-they, nill-they, everybody'll be dancin' to this here tune.
Did I ever tell y'all that markets fall two or three times as fast as they rise? Yes, they do.
Dow in Gold & Dow in Silver are SCREAMING a market turn. Here's the DiG, http://schrts.co/DLKQfO Y'all put that in your scrap book, you won't see many fall like that. Sliced through the 200 DMA (G$310.70 gold dollars/15.03 oz) and never stopped till it hit G$293.33 (14.19 oz). Since the July high at the throwover (G$341.08/16.5 oz) the Dow in Gold has lost 14%. Has also fallen through the uptrend line that has been catching it since August 2013 (I make that 2 yares).
Dow in silver ended today at S$1,389.12 silver dollars (1,074.4 troy ounces), way below its 200 DMA (S$1,426.87/1103.6 oz) and below its uptrend line from August 2013. http://schrts.co/RQWtFb
And both of 'em have just begun to fall. I repeat what I have long urged: Sell stocks & put the proceeds into silver & gold. There's still time.
My dear Susan thought I had suffered a heart attack when I opened the US dollar index chart and shouted, "WHOA!" That nasty thang stabbed through 95.50 support like it warn't there then kept on falling just to get as close to the 200 DMA (94.60) as it could. http://schrts.co/xrk0H4 It also closed under the apex of that triangle it broke out of in July. It just keeps nailing nails into its own coffin. Lost 94 basis points today to end at 95.00, down 0.97%.
Euro meanwhile rose 1.32% to $1.1388, pretending it's a debutante just cause the dollar passed out on the floor. It has broken above its downtrend line & today above its 200 DMA. Tain't no debutante. Euro remains a scabby, scrofulous fiat currency & whoever grabs aholt of it will pull away a hand covered with slime. Technically the last three days saw the euro post two breakaway gaps, very strong. http://schrts.co/yysHLa
The yen also broke away with a gap today and gained 1.06% to 81.92.
What in the world are the Nice Government Men thinking about? Their whole fiat world is a shakin' & quakin'! Law, y'all, don't look for no tears here in Tennessee, cause y'all won't find ne'er a one.
Today silver lost 21.6 cents (1.4%) to 1530.1c on Comex while gold gained $6.60 (0.6%) to $1,159.60.
Clearly gold is trying to take over the lead silver has held all year. That's logical when financial panic is driving buying. Look at the gold chart: http://schrts.co/lG1i9p See that sprint the last three days, where it makes a leap, then another leap, then another? That's a third leg up. First leg took it up $40, third will take it $80 or more. Runaway. Aiming for the 200 dma at $1,187. Oh, it will back off then, but after that fourth wave down comes the fifth up, which in metals often exceeds the third. This rally may not rest until it has touched $1,250. If it gets really crazy, maybe $1,300+. Yeah, I know I sound crazy but remember, I don't claim to be any thing but a nat'ral born durn fool from Tennessee. Good thing about that is I don't never disappoint myself nor nobody else.
Resistance at 1560c and the downtrend line from the April 2013 high are presently blocking silver. Y'all had better stand OUT of the way when silver busts through. This rally should carry to the May high at 1777.5c.
Better buy some silver & gold. Yes, there remains the chance that whatever financial panic the stock Niagara precipitates will suck down silver & gold into the whirlpool, but so far it's sucking stocks and the dollar & floating silver & gold higher & higher. I'm jes' a bit of flotsam on the wave, floating for all I'm worth.
On 21 August 1864 Gen'l Nathan Bedford raided yankee-occupied Memphis. During the course of that raid he rode a horse into the Gayoso Hotel, ran the yankee commanding general out of his bed in a night gown, gen'rally scairt the yankees to death, then when he was riding out of town came face to face with a little yankee officer who had once bragged that he would "show Forrest a thing or two." Forrest saw him and charged, sword in one hand, the other extended like an eagle's claw and he literally lifted the yankee out of the saddle & dispatched him.
He was no man to trifle with, Bedford Forrest.
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Argentum et aurum comparanda sunt —
Silver and gold must be bought.
— Franklin Sanders, The Moneychanger