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Ashraf Laidi

Joined: May 03, 2007
  • Analysis & Opinion

Ashraf Laidi's Opinion & Analysis
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Gold Vs. Oil
By Ashraf Laidi - Dec 01, 2022
A lot has happened since I posted this XME/XLE chart 3 weeks ago. Gold is a little stronger vs oil with XME/XLE ratio at 0.59 and the RSI is now testing the trendline resistance. As a reminder, XME is...
A lot has happened since I posted this XME/XLE chart three weeks ago. Gold is slightly stronger than oil, with the XME/XLE ratio at 0.59, and the RSI is now testing the trendline resistance. As a...
Last week I reiterated that indices will maintain their gains by repeating the July action of breaking above the 100 DMA for a few days, pull back to kiss it it before rallying anew and completing...
There are a dozen of several solid "perfect" explanations for the protracted US Dollar decline and the explosive push up in metals and indices. Some have pointed to the rounded top in DXY, others to...
Beware of narratives aimed at explaining market reactions, but it's crucial to have a go at the immediate market reaction and reverse course to the latest CPI report showing fresh 40-year high in US...
There seems to be a disconcerting shift in assumptions about interest rates and markets. More specifically, a broadening complacency about the implications of a Fed pivot –defined as a halting of rate...
There seems to be a disconcerting shift in assumptions about interest rates and markets. More specifically, a broadening complacency about the implications of a Fed pivot –defined as a halting of rate...
It's time to revisit the weekly gold chart and review the similarities with the horror year of 2013—which included a 25% collapse in the Apr-Jun period. Last year, I published several videos on why...
Quickly summarizing why the second straight quarterly GDP contraction does not qualify as recession is due to the negative inventories factor, which not only can be revised higher later, but mainly...
Quickly summarizing why the 2nd straight quarterly GDP contraction does not qualify as a recession is due to the negative inventories factor, which not only can be revised higher later but mainly...