The Gold and Silver Massacre to Continue?
Again, today’s report will be way shorter than usual and focus only on select charts to drive position details of all five publications.
Let‘s move right into the charts (all courtesy of www.stockcharts.com).
S&P 500 and Nasdaq Outlook
The tightly tracking indices – S&P 500 and Nasdaq – are likely to part ways to a degree soon. As Treasury yields made a double bottom, look for more tech to give way to cyclical as they come back. Inflation, reopening trades, and interest-rate sensitive spreads (e.g. financials over utilities) should start doing better.
High yield corporate bonds resilience is a good sign, and credit spreads likely to start widening again would confirm the continued albeit questioned economic expansion. Not hiccup-free but continuing – unless the Fed tightens prematurely and too much. The market isn‘t worried about that, though, at the moment.
Gold, Silver and Miners
Grim price action in the metals, and more be yet to come (looking at overnight price action, in all likelihood we‘re done with shakeouts) – gold and silver usually do better once the waiting for taper is over. The Bernanke experience is the right one to compare taper prospects to. Still, the Fed will have a much harder time mopping up the excess liquidity than it did in 2018 – commercial bank credit creation isn‘t still there to make up for lost central bank purchases.
Gold is getting unordinarily scared even as inflation isn‘t showing signs of retreating and real rates remain deeply negative – only inflation expectations have been jawboned. As neither miners to gold ratio nor TIPS signal panic, the only question is when the metals would stabilize and whether a fresh washout would occur or not. My view is that we‘re way closer to the pain‘s end than to its June beginning.
Oil staged another reversal, and it was intraday to the downside. How credible is that? Again trading within the $60-$80 range, I believe that prices are interesting to the buyers here, as black gold got caught in the taper fears selloff just as gold with silver or copper did. Oil demand may also be coming under pressure through all the restrictions even though APT doesn‘t signal its sharply rising odds (yet).
Copper retreated from a promising upswing, but its indicators are slowly turning positive. While it has mirrored the yields compression (signs of weakening growth/growth worries), it looks ready to gradually come back to life and play catch up with the commodity index.
Bitcoin and Ethereum
Resolute downswing rejection of Sunday‘s retracement in both Ethereum and Bitcoin – the bulls are on the march still. Cryptos have turned the corner very evidently indeed. With so much bearish sentiment out there, the dips might be short-lasting and shallow.
In place of summary today, please see the above chart descriptions for my take.
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