o About to complete the next wedge
o Upside resolution would be strong
o New highs in most currencies
- Nth Am Gold stocks continue to base
o Still within parabola
o XAU heading for 165
- ASX Gold Stocks consolidating ahead of breaking neckline
o H&S reversal pattern setup
o Much higher target levels generated
o NST looking for another sharp move
- US equities
o S&P 500 looking to break sharply higher
o Could be heading for new highs on short covering
o Housing sector index at 16-month highs
- Still housing shortage
- Banking sector bottoming on uptrend line?
US$ — Heading Higher
- Breaks 7-month downtrend
- Euro at a critical level
- Yen weaker again
BHP Looking Strong
- Copper bottoming
- China crude steel output strong again
Gold seemed surprisingly calm overnight while it consolidates above US$2000.
The US$30 sell-off on Thursday clouded the US$20 recovery on Friday, so the volatility in gold is very positive for this market.
Note gold is now making new highs each week in other currencies.
Technically, gold is ready for another sharp move higher.
The resistance around US$2000 is now supported.
Gold making new highs in Euros.
- Still within the parabola
- Gold stocks would be in wave 3
- Zone of maximum acceleration
- Next stop 165 on the XAU
The short term should see good support here.
ASX Gold Index
Need to keep repeating the big picture here.
- 7700 is important long term resistance
- Clear 'Neckline' for Head and Shoulders reversal
- Target is around 12,000 as intermediate after passing 9888 previous all time high
- Over 20,000 longer term
- Nice consolidation pattern here
The big picture supports a MASSIVE rise in the XGD.
- This short term wedge resolved higher
- Should be ready to rise to test 7700
- Big break out after that
NST is Leading
- Disappearance of NCM will only boost NST higher
- Rally continuing
- Other currencies looking weak
- Critical level here
- Should bounce
- Breaking below 108 should lead to further weakness
- Euro has only rallied to break line, which is 50 year uptrend
- Still think Euro won't exist by the end of 2024
- Heading lower
- Short term is setting up for a big breakout
- A breakthrough 4200 would signal a strong rise
- The next rise should be to at least 4300
- But if rapid would probably signal move to new highs
Housing Sector Index
- New 16 month high!
Big inventory catch up > 4 years.
Banking sector recovering.
China Crude Steel Output
- Strong recovery
- Not far from all time highs
- Iron ore should soon pick up again
- Following copper and iron ore
- Looks likely to see significant new highs in 2023
- Some short term pull back possible
- BHP in AU$ looks robust with underlying uptrend support
Timing is everything.
Heed the markets, not the commentators.
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