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Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT

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Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT's articles, including current analysis & opinion - Page 9

Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder and Editor of The Daily Gold joins us to discuss the outlook for gold and silver stocks, by sharing potential lower levels for GDX and GDXJ. We dive into how he views...
Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital and the Milkshake Theory joins us to provide his latest thoughts on Gold, the US Dollar, and the factors driving current trends. The main takeaway is that the dollar...
Gold Struggling at $2000 Resistance but Miners Look ST Bullish
Gold closed October at $1994, failing to close above monthly resistance at $2000.Monthly and quarterly resistance remains at $2000, while yearly resistance remains at $1900. Should Gold close at $2010...
Can Gold Make Monthly & Weekly All-Time Highs?
Greg Weldon analyzes the current macroeconomic landscape and potential developments in the near future and what is driving Gold towards a breakout. He also discusses Silver, the Gold/Silver ratio, the...
Gold touched $2000/oz resistance last Friday but has so far held most of its gains in a bullish fashion. It closed Wednesday at $1995/oz. Next Tuesday marks the monthly close. The monthly candle...
Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder and Editor of The Daily Gold, outlines both the technical and Intermarket levels he is watching on the charts but balances that out with the macroeconomic data driving market...
Gold against the stock market and Gold against foreign currencies recently did not make a lower low while Gold did. That positive divergence preceded the recent rebound in Gold. In addition, Gold...
Gold has rocketed higher in recent weeks and hit $2000 on Friday before backing off a bit. Gold is overbought which is bullish but in the short term it likely pauses or corrects. Look for support at...