- The Trend Trader For Futures Trading on Monday, November 19, 2018
The Trend Trader helps to identify the current trend status of your favorite futures markets. It not only helps us to stay on the right side of market...
- 2018-11-19 Week - Thanksgiving - Gold
Retail numbers will be the best indication of fear in markets.
- Silver Futures and Option Strategy
Looking for a continued rebound from 14.000
- Gold and Silver Market Commentary
Dec Comex gold (GCZ18) on Friday closed up +$8.00 an ounce (+0.77%) and Dec Comex silver (SIZ18) closed up +0.119 (+0.83%). Dec gold rallied to a 1-week...
- Midday Market Minute
Actionable ideas for ES, NQ, Crude, Gold, Dollar, ZB and much more.
- Indian demand for Gold dips
The mid-Diwali report we’ve been waiting for is out. Gold demand in the Indian retail market dipped this quarter, resulting in a 43% drop in imports....
cmdty Insider - Ag Market Commentary
Dec Comex gold (GCZ18) on Friday closed up +$8.00 an ounce (+0.77%) and Dec Comex silver (SIZ18) closed up +0.119 (+0.83%). Dec gold rallied to a 1-week high Friday after the dollar index tumbled to a 1-week low. Comments from Fed Vice Chair Clarida on Friday undercut the dollar and reduced expectations for additional Fed rate hikes when he said that a gradual policy has served the Fed well, that policy is getting closer to vicinity of neutral, and that there is some evidence of global slowing. Brexit risks continued to boost safe-haven demand for precious metals after two cabinet ministers quit earlier this week in protest of Prime Minister May's Brexit separation deal and as speculation grows of a leadership challenge to Prime Minister May. A positive for silver Friday was the +0.3% increase in U.S. Oct manufacturing production, slightly stronger than expectations of +0.2% and a positive sign for industrial metals demand.Big Picture Gold-Silver Market Factors: Bullish factors include (1) expansive ECB and BOJ monetary policies, (2) safe-haven demand for precious metals from to the global stock market correction, Brexit, and the Italy-EU budget standoff, and (3) the global economic expansion that is supportive for industrial metals prices. Bearish factors include (1) strength in the dollar as the dollar index posted a 1-1/2 year high in mid-October, (2) tighter liquidity as the Fed raises interest rates and draws down its balance sheet, and (3) the slower Chinese economy and US/Chinese trade tensions that dampen Chinese demand for industrial metals.