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As a CFA charterholder, Radomski shares the highest standards of ethics, education, and professional excellence for the ultimate benefit of society. He also holds a master's degree in Finance and Banking, and is currently writing his thesis after having finished ... more

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Is A Bigger Drop In Gold Just Around The Corner?
As expected, after the applauded increase, gold fell. But will it manage to bounce off the bottom or rather slide lower?
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War Against Public Enemy No.1: Who Will Defeat Inflation?
With inflation surging and the Fed materially behind the curve, the central bank has begun to ratchet up the hawkish rhetoric.
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Like The Latest Bond Flick, The US Dollar Has No Time To Die
While the dollar is on a tear, precious metal stocks have gotten away with it lately. But how long will their resistance last?
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The Slippery Slope Of The USDX: Will It Drag Gold Down?
The USD Index ended the day 0.29 lower and gold declined by $8.80. That happened right after gold failed to break above its declining red resistance line. In other words, it seems quite likely that the top is in.
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Hyperinflation Vs. Aggressive Fed – What Will Gold Do?
Amid the U.S. dollar’s recent surge, the commodities complex is sending an ominous warning to gold, silver, and mining stocks.
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Gold – USD Relationship Status: It’s Complicated
If the dollar goes through a corrective downswing, it’s more bullish for gold? Not if a decline in the euro caused gold to rise in the first place.
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Gold Miners: Last Of The Summer Wine
2 months ago

you're very much welcome :)

USDX: Gold Can’t Wait To Fall - Even Without USDX's Help
7 months ago

Thanks for the comment. Inflation is one thing, bond yields is another. Thus, dollar doesn't have to decline now. In fact, the opposite seems more likely to me. I think that gold will move well beyond its 2020 highs, but not before declining (likely in the following few months).

USDX: Gold Can’t Wait To Fall - Even Without USDX's Help
7 months ago

I'm just not that good at "being afraid" :) Thank you. The next several months might be very interesting in the PMs, that's for sure. The long-term fundamentals are ridiculously bullish, and yet, it seems to me that the gold's going to initially (!) react to strength in the USDX and (eventually) declining stock market by declining significantly. We'll see. Have a great weekend!

USDX: Gold Can’t Wait To Fall - Even Without USDX's Help
7 months ago

Thank you, I'm happy that you enjoyed reading it.

Gold Miners: Were Upswings Just An Exhausting Sprint?
7 months ago

I am reassessing my charts each day, and if bigger moves take place, many times per day. And... have I really been on the wrong side of the trade? I mean - do you know when I entered short positions and (profitably closed long ones) and what instrument I used? The positions that I entered (and discussed in my Gold & Silver Trading Alerts) were profitable shortly after entering them, and currently they are not, but they are very close to being so. Based on today's pre-market decline in gold, they will likely be profitable once again very soon, perhaps as soon as during today's session.

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It’s The USDX’s Déjà Vu Moment
7 months ago

Thanks for following my analyses and for the feedback, I appreciate it

It’s The USDX’s Déjà Vu Moment
7 months ago

I'm not commenting on M2 in this article at all. That's a bearish factor, of course. Not something that's likely to move the market in the short run (more than it already did), though. Also, it doesn't change the picture for the Eurozone or Japan and let's keep in mind that the USD Index and currency exchange rates move on a relative basis. In other words, out of all the ugly things (fiat currencies), the USD might still be one of the best looking ones.

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