Saturday, April 1, 2023

#Gold & #Silver Review $GLD $SLV #GC_F #SI_F Be Wary of Gold and Silver Bugs

Gold & Silver Review
Trading noise, the random movement of price over the short term, does not control trends, cycles, and profits. The majority, an emotionally driven group focused solely on price, often interprets it as meaningful information. This leads to confusion, frustration, missed opportunities, and leaves the majority as the bag holders of trend transitions. The Evolution of the Trade helps investors stand separate from the majority.

Gold and Silver's overall trend, revealed by trends of price, leverage, and time, are defined and discussed in The Matrix for subscribers.

The new Gold & Silver Report, a series of videos, extends the discussion.

Beliefs that embrace narratives selling precious metals' lackluster performance as a byproduct of manipulation do not time markets. All manipulations fail. The skill comes in timing the failure. That is, following the invisible hand rather than pitch endless conspiracy pitches.

The confidence is the key to future direction. Confidence can't be controlled by the Fed or public policy.

Gold and silver promoters sell narratives without understanding of markets. Goldbugs view markets through the lens of opinion. They view a rallies in gold as destiny, and declines as conspiracy. Conspiracies against precious metals are easier to execute when the opponent views it as a static religion based on sound money theories that have never worked. Gold does not rally because the Fed is printing money. The Fed as expanded the monetary base for years without an impact on gold, or inflation.

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Gold promoters present convincing facts that get people to buy against the primary trend during bear cycles. Rule number 1, never trade against the primary trend.

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