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Chris Kimble

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Chris Kimble's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Chris Kimble's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

It’s been a while since gold bulls were able to celebrate something more than a swing trade. Will 2018 bring gold bulls the breakout they’ve been patiently waiting nearly 5 years ...
Stock bulls historically like to see junk bonds moving higher yet worry when they are weak. Some view junk bonds as a leading indicator to where stocks are headed. Others get concerned for stocks when...
The chart below looks at bitcoin from two different time frames. The left side shows the cryptocurrency over the past 5 years, showing that it's still inside of bullish rising channel (1), as the ...
The chart below looks at the ratio between silver and gold over the past 30 years. Metals bulls historically receive a bullish message when this ratio moves higher. Back in 2011, the ratio hit highs ...
Utilities ETF XLU has had a rough go of it the past two months! Below compares XLU to the S&P 500 over the past year- Sometimes utilities are viewed as interest-sensitive assets. XLU was keeping ...
Below looks at bitcoin's weekly chart back to 2013. Bitcoin has spent the majority of the past 4 years inside of rising channel (1), where the top of it was hit at (3) in mid-December, three weeks ...
In 2011 we suggested that gold could be flat-to-down for years to come. Since then, gold is down around 30% and silver is down more than 65%. 2011 saw extremes in prices. And after nearly 7 years of ...
Ole Doc Copper has done well over the past two years and is up over 50%. Since 2011, the total returns for copper aren’t so bullish. The metal's rally over the past 24 months has caused a ...
The Junior Gold Miners ETF GDXJ has been reflecting actual and relative strength lately compared to the S&P 500. On December 20, the Power of the Pattern noted that GDXJ had hit an important ...
Some feel assets or charts have memories. If this is true, tech bulls might be hoping to forget a certain level. The above chart looks at tech ETF (NYSE:XLK) on a monthly basis since 1998. XLK peaked...