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Gary Christenson
Evidence That Gold Has Bottomed
By Gary Christenson - May 27, 2015 1

Prominent analysts have announced often and persistently that gold will drop to $1,000, $850 and even below $500. Mainstream media, “gold-bashers” and banks encourage the ...

Lance Roberts
Oil: Damage Done?
By Lance Roberts - May 28, 2015 3

Oil-Price Recovery Or 'Dead-Cat' Bounce Since the beginning of the year Oil Prices prices (using West Texas Intermediate Crude as a proxy) have bounced from their lows following the collapse last ...

Eric De Groot
Oil Traders Follow Market’s Message
By Eric De Groot - May 29, 2015

The fact that 'everyone' is fleeing oil's biggest fund is bullish for oil. Those that disagree should be asking themselves how many of today's sellers, largely followers of price and joiners of the ...

Gary Gordon
The Fed Issue No One Wants To Discuss
By Gary Gordon - May 28, 2015

The average economic expansion since the 1940s is roughly five years. The current recovery? We are now at the six-year mark. Yet there’s a problem with today's environment that few are willing ...

Mike Paulenoff
SPX: Correction Part 1
By Mike Paulenoff - May 28, 2015

Thursday's e-SPM remained in the grasp of its pullback off of Wednesday's high at 2124.25 -- so far into the 2211-2110 support zone, which must contain the weakness to avert weakening the promising ...

Anna Coulling
Oil Bears Take Control
By Anna Coulling - May 28, 2015

It’s been an interesting few days for oil traders as OPEC’s decision and comments to take on the alternative-energy market head to head in a price war is likely to dictate the longer-term...

Tory Enerson
Production Unlikely To Decline Any Time Soon
By Tory Enerson - May 28, 2015

There was very little action in overnight markets across the commodity landscape. Energies remain stuck in neutral as ever tightening price discovery continues to beg for a breakout. Due to he holiday...

Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT
Gold: I'm Still Waiting
By Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT - May 29, 2015

Gold has been frustrating for bulls and bears since its crash in Q2 2013. In the two years since it has traded in a wide range, frustrating traders and investors. The net result has been nothing but ...

Kira Iukhtenko
Trading plan for May 29
By Kira Iukhtenko - May 28, 2015

The US Dollar is trading in the green zone on Thursday despite the higher than expected unemployment claims. The market awaits the US Q1 GDP revision on Friday - according to Reuters forecast, growth ...

Strawberry Blonde
What’s Ahead For The S&P 500?
By Strawberry Blonde - May 29, 2015

As shown on the daily chart of the S&P 500 below, the 50-day MA has, for the most part, held as major support over the past 5 years. Until we see that level breached and held, the bulls will ...

Trader Moe
Euro Technicals: Likely Melt-Up
By Trader Moe  - May 28, 2015

Potential Euro Price Channel (Pink) – If It Holds, Will Likely Set Up Melt-Up Euro futures are trying to set up a price channel (pink on chart). Their retrace target is still below, so ...

Bill Witherell
China: Bubble Or Bull Market With Legs?
By Bill Witherell - May 29, 2015

On May 26, when global markets tumbled, the Shanghai Stock Exchange managed to add a 2% gain to the seven-year high it reached last Friday. On the 28, however, the Chinese markets reversed ...

Doug Short
This Week’s Big Number
By Doug Short - May 27, 2015

The big economic number this week will be the Q1 Second Estimate for GDP on Friday at 8:30 AM ET. With the BEA's Advance Estimate of 0.2% behind us, what do economists see in their collective crystal ...