Early Innings:

From the HRA Journal Issue 251,
May 18, 2016

“Fed Fear” is back.  In the past few sessions we’ve seen the first sizeable decline in gold prices since the rally started early in the year.  “Sizeable” is a relative term.  There are plenty of traders heading for the hills but, really, we’re talking about a 3-4% down move. 

 

 

We're Due: A New Bull Market:

From the HRA Journal Issue 250,
April 29, 2016​

You think it would be easy writing an issue at the end of a month like this.  You know “smile to the crowd, take a victory lap, etc.”  Not so much.  The month was SO good I was left struggling how to couch updates for stocks that have doubled or tripled in a couple of weeks.  I’m not complaining. 

 

 

Ms. Congeniality:

From the HRA Journal Issue 249,
April 3, 2016

So far so good.  We’re a month past PDAC and the world has not come to an end yet.  Well, there’s always tomorrow.

Markets, especially the NY variety, are happy and the rally that started there in February presses on.  I still don’t expect new highs near term but I admit I’m not far from being wrong on that one.  

 

 

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