The Gold Market Is in Short-Squeeze Mode

Published by Léonard Sartoni | Mar 23, 2016

Since February, the gold market has been in short-squeeze mode. This is a process by which excessive speculation on the declining gold price is being eliminated. The more the price goes up, the more of those speculators are forced to buy back their short positions.

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Speculators Massively Short on the COMEX

Published by Léonard Sartoni | Jun 25, 2015

The situation on the paper gold market shows that speculators are massively short on gold currently (even more so since they’re anticipating a friendly settlement for Greece). On the other hand, the commercials have taken the opposite side of the trade. Generally, this is a typical signal of a pr...

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‘’Goldbug’’ Analysts Capitulation

Published by Léonard Sartoni | Jun 15, 2015

Harry Dent (the one predicting gold at $700) is now being joined by many long-time bugs who are seeing gold plummet toward $1,000-$900... before it takes off to $5,000! I call this the final capitulation of the analysts. They are throwing the towel on this frustrating sector and their short- and mid...

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End of QE3 and First Signs of Panic

Published by Léonard Sartoni | Oct 20, 2014

The Fed bankers must be really upset: They haven’t even started to raise their base rate and markets are already in panic mode with the expected end to QE 3, just like junkies being told they might have to go into detox. The truth is that economic recovery is so fragile that it can’t go without mone...

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Gold and Commodities Supercycle

Published by Léonard Sartoni | Mar 31, 2014

The breakout observed on the CCI commodities index should correspond to another leg in the bear market for the dollar and to another leg in the bull market for commodities that started in 2001 and that can be qualified as a « supercycle ».

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