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Trump press conference fails to deter equity bulls

Updated  Jan 11, 2017 7:00:00 PM


President-Elect Donald Trump spoke on Wednesday morning at his first formal press conference since the November elections, and the markets were all ears. Trump covered a lot of ground with multiple topics that included: • Attacks on the media for reporting on his alleged ties to Russia, which he vehemently denies.
• How he plans on addressing conflict-of-interest issues between his business matters and his role as President.
• His assessment that much good news  [...] Continue Reading ...


Silver: precious metals to strengthen further?

Updated  Jan 11, 2017 9:06:42 AM


Precious metals are continuing to recover nicely from their bear trend that had started from July of last year. Gold has hit its highest level since the end of November, while silver has reached its best level since the middle of December, though both metals were trading narrowly mixed at the time of this writing. The slightly weaker dollar and expectations of rising global inflation have been the biggest drivers behind gold and silver. Gold,  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold rebound heading for major resistance

Updated  Jan 10, 2017 4:30:00 PM


For more than two weeks, the price of gold has been in a strong rebound from its late-December bottom around the $1125 level. This rebound follows a sustained drop in price that began from the July highs around $1375 and followed-through to the December lows. The current rebound has been prompted in large part by a tentative stalling and pullback in US dollar momentum after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates in December as expected.  [...] Continue Reading ...


Will the Trump Rally extend beyond inauguration?

Updated  Jan 9, 2017 8:50:00 AM


As the world continues to watch US President-Elect Donald Trump prepare for his January 20th inauguration, key financial markets have already made their views on Trump exceptionally clear. Strong bullish trends in equities and the US dollar have continued virtually unabated since the November election, while gold prices have found little reason to rally much in the midst of a precipitous plunge. Donald Trump's actual performance as President after he formally takes office in less  [...] Continue Reading ...


Mixed Jobs Report Turns Focus towards Trump Inauguration

Updated  Jan 6, 2017 12:30:00 PM


Friday’s US jobs report for December was generally mixed, but still showed strong signs of continued improvement in the US employment situation. Although the headline non-farm payrolls (NFP) figure disappointed at 156,000 jobs added in December against prior expectations of around 175,000, a major bright spot in the data came from wage growth. Average hourly earnings rose by 0.4% against a 0.3% consensus forecast, showing a large improvement over November’s surprising -0.1% decrease in wages.  [...] Continue Reading ...


NFP Preview: Last Jobs Report before Trump Inauguration

Updated  Jan 5, 2017 1:15:00 PM


With December’s 25-basis-point rate hike by the Federal Reserve in the rearview mirror, US market attention in the new year has shifted full focus both to Donald Trump’s inauguration as US President on January 20 and the pace of Fed rate hikes in 2017. As usual, Friday’s jobs reports will play a role in helping to determine the latter. In turn, the Fed’s near-future pace of tightening and Trump’s economic policies going forward will likely  [...] Continue Reading ...


Has gold bottomed out?

Updated  Jan 4, 2017 10:02:36 AM


Gold’s stronger showing so far has been in response to several things, including a “risk off” trade that was triggered Tuesday afternoon but mainly due a weaker dollar. Indeed, something rather odd happened across the financial markets on Tuesday afternoon. Up until 15:00 GMT it had appeared as if it was “risk on” at the start of the New Year: the UK’s FTSE 100 had broken to a new record high, oil prices had surged  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold ripe for potential relief rally

Updated  Dec 22, 2016 1:25:00 PM


The charts tell a clear story of the unrelenting plunge in gold prices since early November. This steep dive has been the result of several related factors, all of which have the potential to extend well into the new year. These largely Trump-driven factors include: the strong US dollar, rising inflation expectations leading to higher interest rates, and minimal perceived risk in the soaring equity markets. As a dollar-denominated asset, gold generally rises when the  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold slumps as dollar extends Trump, Fed rally

Updated  Dec 15, 2016 6:51:00 AM


Precious metals have been big victims of the Trump- and now Fed-inspired dollar rally, especially gold. Silver has only just made a lower low relative to last month’s $16.15/20 print, whereas gold is fast approaching its 2015 lows. Thus precious metal bulls may be better off with silver once a bottom is formed, although this could take a while. Conversely, the bears may be better off with gold. Unlike gold, silver has dual usages as  [...] Continue Reading ...


Gold loses luster but relief may be imminent

Updated  Dec 7, 2016 2:20:00 PM


Since the long-term highs in July, gold prices have been falling precipitously, giving back much of the gains made during the first half of the year. This downward spiral accelerated after Donald Trump won the US presidential election in early November, which caused interest rate and inflation expectations to surge while simultaneously boosting the US dollar and equity markets. The hastened plunge in gold for the past month has primarily been the result of a  [...] Continue Reading ...


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