The Gold Price Remains in Primary Uptrend Rising $7.90 to Close at $1,660.80

Gold Price Close Today : 1660.80
Change : 7.90 or 0.48%

Silver Price Close Today : 31.159
Change : 0.403 or 1.31%

Gold Silver Ratio Today : 53.301
Change : -0.442 or -0.82%

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Silver Gold Ratio Today : 0.01876
Change : 0.000154 or 0.83%

Platinum Price Close Today : 1677.40
Change : 16.20 or 0.98%

Palladium Price Close Today : 749.05
Change : 9.25 or 1.25%

S&P 500 : 1,507.84
Change : 7.66 or 0.51%

Dow In GOLD$ : $173.69
Change : $ 7.50 or 4.51%

Dow in GOLD oz : 8.402
Change : 0.363 or 4.51%

Dow in SILVER oz : 447.85
Change : -3.51 or -0.78%

Dow Industrial : 13,954.42
Change : 72.49 or 0.52%

US Dollar Index : 79.56
Change : -0.211 or -0.26%

The GOLD PRICE gained $7.90 (0.48%) to $1,660.8 while Silver gained 40.3 cents (1.3%) to 3115.9c. That’s nice, but may be driven by no more strength than folks backing out of their shorts before the uncertainty of the FOMC meeting.

Of silver and gold I might say, “It’s always darkest before the dawn,” but somebody might remind me that it also gets pretty dark right before a tornado rips through town. Still, it’s true. Markets turn around at extremes of sentiment. When “everybody” thinks a market is going up, then it’s probably not, because “everybody” has already bought and that market has run out of buyers. Ditto but inverted for declining markets: market has run out of sellers.

But I can wait patiently, because I know that silver and gold remain in a primary uptrend. Sooner or later, that bull trend will kick in again and carry them higher.

Bad, bad — gold stands below all its moving averages, BUT is for the nonce at least holding on at $1,655 and at that uptrend line from the June 2012 low. We can’t MAKE it rise, we just have to watch calmly. Bad news from the FOMC meeting tomorrow — “We realize now what a terrible mistake our inflation has been since 1913, so we’re going to shut the doors and advise the American people to start using gold and silver money” — would drive gold down. Course, they might say something markets perceive as “positive” for the GOLD PRICE. Yep, I know it’s ridiculous, but we live in a world of illusion, and none on a grander scale than the Federal Reserve.

The SILVER PRICE on the other hand, doesn’t look so bad. It stands above its 200 DMA (3065) and today closed above its 300 DMA (3113c) and 20 DMA (3112c). All this is nice, but silver must close above its 50 DMA (3189c) and then conquer the last high at 3249c.

Mark Twain once opened a lecture tour with, “Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Silver and gold could say the very same today.

GOLD/SILVER RATIO today registers 53.301:1. Still time to trade any remaining gold for silver, targeting a fall to 32:1 or lower (about a 40% gain in ounces). Call us if you are interested.

Everybody has opinions, but only those who have convictions will put their money where their mouth is.

I’m talking about the bond bubble. Botulism Ben‘s strategy is founded on near-zero interest rates, but Ben doesn’t control interest rates, only the Fed Funds rate and his own jaw. Once markets take the bit in their mouth and decide they no longer love bonds, they’ll sell those bonds and interest rates will rise (yes, interest rates and bond prices move opposite to each other).

Problem is that Ben, like much modern medicine, fixes one only to break two more. His zero interest rate policy has created a bubble in — guess what? — bonds. After all, he told the world in advance he was going to keep on suppressing interest rates, so there was little danger in buying bonds, just as in 2006, there was little danger in residential real estate.

Point is, the yield on the 10 year Treasury note has risen to 2%, nay, has been rising since Mid-December. Oh, so far it’s only a cloud no bigger than a man’s hand on the horizon, but it continues to grow and move toward us. Should that 10 year Treasury yield cross 2.40%, Oh, my! The mayhem will become general.

Y’all know how I love numbers, so I started poking around in history. Did y’all know that with the Dow’s close at 13,954.42 today, it stood at its highest price since 15 October 2007, not long after the all time high close on 9 October 2007 at 14,164.53?

Wow. Pretty good, huh? But in the same 5-1/4 years it has taken the Dow to scrabble back to its 2007 height, gold has more than doubled, from $757.10 to $1,660.80 (2.197x) and silver has multiplied 2.26 times from 1376 cents an ounce to 3015.9 cents today.

Yeah, buddy! Them stocks are on fahr like a house a-burning!

US Dollar index is cowering under its 20 day moving average (79.95) like a little feist dog somebody’s been kicking all the time. It’s built a little even-sided triangle here, so a break up or down lies in the cards, but which way?

Tomorrow meets and pontificates the Federal Open Market Committee, and markets, unaware of their true ignorance and fecklessness, will move with whatever silly pronouncement they make.

That’s what got me started down this road. Some bond traders are betting that the FOMC will cease buying so many bonds if unemployment improves, hence they are selling and yields rising.

But this fool in Tennessee don’t think it makes any more difference than whether somebody shoots you with a .45 caliber M1911 pistol or a .40 caliber Glock. Unemployment up or unemployment down, the Fed will keep flooding the market with new dollars. Their ideological Keynesianism limits them to that one response.

US dollar index lost 21.1 basis points (0.27%) to end at 79.556. Meanwhile the Euro rose 0.3% to $1.3494, and continues to paint a chart that looks like an island reversal topped at $1.3500. Won’t last long if that’s what it is. Yen fell a nothing 0.05% to 110.21 cents/Y100. May have bottomed.

US$1=Y90.82=E0.7411=0.032093 oz Ag=0.000602 oz Au.

Argentum et aurum comparenda sunt — – Gold and silver must be bought.

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