Tag Archives: Platinum

Daily Market Intelligence 7/13/21

Spoo’s want to print just shy of 4400. Platinum rallied with Risk assets. Disney is putting in an ORH month. I featured it early in the room. CLF,TM & Cat were highlighted coming in. They all preformed well. Nvidia, NXPI … Continue reading

Daily Market Intelligence 7/6/21

Daily Market Intelligence 7:6:21

A.M. Look 7/1/21

It’s a commodity led morning. Oil is trading @ its .618 of the life of Oil. No buying strength into the level. Soybeans have completed a 50% retrace of the break. Be patient. Silver is leading the precious metals, with … Continue reading

Daily Market Intelligence 4/7/21

Daily Market Intelligence 4:7:21

A.M. Look 3/31/21

Qtr End. Industrial use metals are gaining on Gold. Richard had me look at Platinum/Gold last week in the FRA podcast. I should’ve listened to myself! 30 yr. Yields ran into it’s 200 WMA early yesterday and stopped. Yields are … Continue reading

A.M. Look 3/29/21

Indices held last night. Spoo… the 50X3 shows a break to nowhere. 25X3 shows consolidation. Nasd held. Oil is neutral. Platinum has rolled to July(N) Gold has rolled to June (M) If you use an Active daily Continuation you should … Continue reading

Daily Market Intelligence 2/16/21

Daily Market Intelligence 2:16:21

A.M. Look 2/10/21

Platinum/Gold & Platinum/Yen The spread should go back to retest its 1975¬†opening range @ 8972 Pot Stocks!!! up 23% BG…closing in on the 50% Fib of the past 2 decades around 80-82 depending on which swing you prefer. Crypto just … Continue reading

A.M. Look 2/9/21

Blockchain, Pot and Grains today. Beans still look poised for higher based in Real or Yuan. Spoo’s need a little back and fill which is not happening. 3893.75 is needed to relieve short-term direction. Platinum reached the initial target area … Continue reading

A.M. Look 2/8/21

Investors are fixated with the 30 Yr. After reading the comment section of Notes I went back and dug a little deeper into the technicals. My main takeaway is that some are measuring moves off the wrong chart. A 30 … Continue reading