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Dr.B's Trading Diary : 2017. The Diary's 105th Month : Still on Peak watch

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A Major Victory for Common Sense, against AntiFa & the forces of darkness - see thread

 

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DrBubb's Diary - Oct. 2017 Trading - v.105

 

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The Fed's Racetrack: Gold (GLD) vs Stocks (SPY) .. update :vs.CRB : GLD-hr : SPY-hr : GLD/SPYratio /

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The Fed's money-printing has maintained confidence in markets - but the money has gone not only into stocks, but also into other areas. For many months, money flowed into commodities like Gold, pushing prices higher even faster than stocks, as the chart above shows. But since Gold's peak in Aug.2011, stocks have outperformed gold. Since then, these two assets have tended to trade counter-cyclically to each other.

 

Ratio: SPX-to-GLD - there's resistance at 200% : ie 2x th3 Gold Price

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Date----- : - SPY- : - GLD- : Ratio : Comment------------
12-29-08 : $86.91 : $86.35 : 1.006 : Chart period begins
09-06-11 : 116.99 : 182.90 : 0.640 : near Gold peak (of $1800
12-02-15 : 208.53 : 100.69 : 2.071 : near Gold low (of $1045.40; GLD: 100.23)
02-11-16 : 182.86 : 119.05 : 1.535 : near SPX low (of $1810.10; SPY: 181.09)
06-30-17 : 241.80 : 118.02 : 2.049 : Latest: may retest R-2.07+ and rollover
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Notes: R-0.64 at Gold peak x 1.618= 1.035 / x 1.618 x2 = 2.070 Target for Ratio & SPY peak?

 

"US Stocks-in-Euros" ... SPX-to-EUR or SPY-to-FXE Ratio ... update

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This Ratio - SPX to Euros seems to move in a nice clear channel

 

DrBubb's "Early Warning System"

Leading Ratio ... LQD:TLT-Weekly-3yrs : TLT-vsLQD : Copper : HG price : CU price : SPY-10/11 : SMH-6mos

 

I reckon that the LQD-to-TLT ratio should move in harmony with stocks, or maybe LEAD stock moves. If they are moving in different directions, then one should be cautious. (However, the value of this indicator has become suspect in recent years, after giving some false warnings.)
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Bullish Percentages :
BPNYA- : http://stockcharts.c...!Lh14,3]&pref=G
BPGDM : http://stockcharts.c...!Lh14,3]&pref=G
NASIT - : NAMOT : Summation Indices

"Big Three" Charts (SPY, GLD, DXY) ... 10d-Intraday : 6mos-D : 2yrs-D : 5yrs-D // CUvsGLDvsCRB

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RECORD : CU may lead GLD and SPY lower
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US Fed'l Debt // Formula: (Fed'l Debt - $4.0 Trillion ) x 119 +$100

 

Date-: DebtTr > G.Eqv /10.40 : - GLD - : - SPY - : -DIFF- : - ratio - : -- CU -- : cu/gld : - FXI - : cu-fxi : - DBA- : - BTC - :
end07: $09.23 > 0,722 : 072.2 : $082.46 : $146.21 : -63.75: 56.398% : $20.0e: XX.X% :: $ 17.05: ==== : $ 32.99 :
end08: $10.70 > 0,897 : 089.7 : $086.52 : $090.24 : -$3.72: 95.878% : $20.0e: XX.X% :: $ 29.09: ==== : $ 26.18 :
end09: $12.31 > 1,089 : 108.9 : $107.31 : $111.44 : -$4.13: 96.294% : $30.0e: XX.X% :: $ 42.26: ==== : $ 26.44 :
end10: $14.03 > 1,294: 129.4 : $138.74 : $125.75 : $12.99: 110.34% : $43.71: 31.51%: $ 43.09: $0.62: $ 32.35 : $ 00.29 :
end11: $15.22 > 1,435: 138.0 : $151.99 : $125.50 : $26.49: 121.11% : $29.29: 19.27%: $ 34.87: - 5.58: $ 28.88 : $ 04.60 :
end12: $16.43 > 1,570: 151.0 : $162.02 : $142.41 : $19.61: 113.77% : $30.34: 18.73%: $ 40.45:-10.11: $ 27.95 : $ 13.48 :
end13: $17.35 > 1,689: 162.4 : $116.12 : $184.69 : -68.57 : 062.87% : $22.27: 19.18%: $ 38.37:-16.10: $ 24.25 :$815.00 :
end14: $18.14 > 1,783 : 171.4 : $113.58 : $205.54 : -98.04 : 55.26% :: $18.09: 15.93%: $ 41.62:-23.53: $ 24.89 :$316.20 :
end15: $18.83 > 1,865 : 179.3 : $101.46 : $203.87 :-102.41: 49.77% :: 2.135 : 2.140%: $ 35.29:-00.00: $ 20.61: $433.50 :
end16

(2016)
01/29: $19.01 > 1,886 : 180.0 : $108.05 : $193.65 : - $85.60: 55.80% :: 2.060 : 1.907% $ 31.20:-00.00: $ 19.99: $375.00 :
02/29: $19.13 > 1,900 : 181.3 : $118.64 : $193.56 : - $74.98: 61.29% :: 2. ??? : 1.000% $ 30.00: -00.00: $ 20.00: $434.00 :
03/31: $19.26 > 1,916 : 182.8 : $117.64 : $205.52 : - $87.88: 57.24% :: 2. ??? : 1.000% $ 33.77: -13.17: $ 20.60: $415.00 :
04/30: $19.0E > 1,885 : 181.3 : $123.65 : $206.33 : - $82.68: 59.93% :: 2. ??? : 1.000% $ 33.53: -12.45: $ 21.08: $4 ??.00 :
05/31: $19.0E > 1,885 : 181.3 : $116.06 : $209.84 : - $93.78: 55.31% :: 2.080 : 1.792% $ 33.65: -12.34: $ 21.31: $526.10 :

06/30: $19.0E > 1,885 : 181.3 : $126.47 : $209.48 : - $83.01: 60.37% :: 2.0 ?? : 0.000% $ 00.00: -00.00: $ 00.00: $0
07/31: $19.0E > 1,885 : 181.3 : $128.98 : $217.12 : - $88.14: 59.40% :: 2.0 ?? : 0.000% $ 00.00: -00.00: $ 00.00: $0
08/31: $19.0E > 1,885 : 181.3 : $124.78 : $217.38 : - $92.60: 57.40% :: 2.080 : 1.667% $ 37.08: -16.85: $ 20.23: $570.00 :

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ye'16 : $20.0E > 1,8 xx : 18x.x :

Date-: DebtTr > G.Eqv /10.40 : - GLD - : - SPY - : -DIFF- : - ratio - : -- CU -- : cu/gld : - FXI - : cu-fxi : - DBA- : - BTC - :
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"GOLD Formula" is : (Fed'l Debt - $4.0 Trillion ) x 119 +$100 : US Govt Debt :: http://www.usgovernmentdebt.us/

The FED must be pleased with the way that money has flowed into stocks, away from Gold. / notes : a b cox cvn

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DAILY MONITOR

Month: -SPY- : Chg : volume/ VIX : GDX: +-chg: -GLD- : Chg: volume: x10.?? WTI.Cr: -DXY-- -Chg- : --TLT-: Chg : Posts/Views cum'l
03-31: 206.43 - 1.82: 127.M: 15.29 : 18.24 - 0.23: 113.66 - 0.09: 4.38M: 1,185.5 $47.49* 98.406 +0.432: 130.69 +0.28: 00: 000/ 000: 2800
06-30: 205.85 +0.43: 155.M: 18.23 : 17.76 - 0.14: 112.31 - 0.70: 7.54M: 1,172.1 $59.09* 95.516 +0.541: 117.46 -0.82 : 11, 118/ 086, 1887
09-30: 192.13 +0.50: 142.M: 24.50 : 13.74 +0.33: 106.86 - 1.12: 7.19M: 1,114.5 $45.34* 96.282 +0.384 : 123.54 - 0.43: 04: 133/ 104, 2853
12-31: 203.87 - 2.06: 91.2M: 18.21 : 13.72 +0.06: 101.46 +0.04 : 3.81M: 1060.5 $37.07* 98.693 +0.413: 120.58 +0.54 : 02, 086/ 051, 1,913

2016
01-29: 193.72 +4.61: 182.M: 20.20 : 14.21 +0.35: 106.95 +0.41 : 7.92M: 1118.4 $33.74* 99.531 +0.950 : 127.30 +1.07 :

02-29: 193.56 - 1.53: 109.M: 20.55 : 19.38 +0.69: 118.64 +1.53 : 11.5M: 1239.3 $33.90* 98.150 - 0.030 : 130.98 +0.57 : 00, 075/ 000 , 2,143
03-31: 205.52 - 0.50 : 79.4M: 13.95 : 19.97 - 0.26: 117.64 +0.54 : 9.17M: 1233.9 $38.11* 94.630 -0.0.99 : 130.61 +0.92 : 01 ,094/ 055 , 2,950
04-29: 206.33 - 1.11 : 124.M: 15.70 : 25.83 +1.55: 123.65 +2.36 : 18.2M: 1294.9 $45.90* 93.018 - 0.448 : 129.38 +0.33 : 0?, 060/ ??? , 2800
05-31: 209.84 - 0.40 : 88.7M: 14.19 : 22.58 +0.30: 116.06 +0.44 : 8.06M: 1217.5 $48.83* 95.861 +0.161 : 130.16 +0.31 : 0?, 088/ ??? , 2651
06-30: 209.48 +2.82 : 143.M: 15.63 : 27.71 +0.56: 126.47 +0.63 : 15.1M: 1324.7 $48.40* 95.809 +0.046 : 138.90 +0.51 : 0?, 055/ ??? , 1941
07-29: 217.12 +0.35 : 70.1M: 11.87 : 30.59 +0.84: 128.98 +1.32 : 12.9M: 1357.9 $41.60* 95.517 - 1.044 : 141.56 +1.17 : 0?, 064/ ??? , 2781

08-31: 217.38 - 0.62 : 71.9M: 13.42 : 25.42 -0.42 : 124.78 -0.25 : 13.2M: 1311.4 $44.70* 95.985 - 0.050 : 139.87 +0.20 : 03, 067/ 237 , 5200

09-30: 216.30 +1.62 : 98.7M: 13.29 : 26.43 - 0.26: 125.64 - 0.43: 10.8M: 1317.1 : $48.24* $95.42 - 0.10 : 137.51 - 1.24 / 04, 096 : 412 , 5556

10-31: 212.55 +0.01 : 55.9M: 17.06 : 24.52 +0.71: 121.94 +0.36: 7.09M: 1273.1 : $46.86* $98.44 +0.10 : 131.25 +0.80 / 10, 094 : 620 , 5200
11-30: 220.38 - 0.53: 92.0M: 13.33 : 20.83 - 0.40 : 111.75 - 1.52: 10.9M: 1173.9 : $49.44* 101.54 + 0.59 : 120.24 - 1.98 / 02, 107 : 311 , 5561
12-30: 223.53 - 0.82: 86.9M: 14.04 : 20.92 - 0.83: 109.61 - 0.68: 8.79M: 1151.7 : $53.72* 102.38 - 0.27 : 119.13 + 0.18 / 03, 096: 360 , 4840

2017
01-31: 227.53 - 0.02 00.0M: 12.09 : 23.93 +0.78: 115.55 + 1.68: 0.00M: 1211.8 : $52.80* $99.74 - 0.62 : 119.84 +0.57 / 08 120: 4554, 10,254

02-28: 236.47 - 0.64 69.6M: 12.92 : 22.85 +0.01: 119.23 +0.11 8.29M: 1253.9 : $54.01* 101.48 +0.32 : 121.74 +0.45/ 07, 083; 216. 3,741

03-31: 235.74 - 0.55 56.2M: 12.37 : 22.81 +0.26: 118.72 +0.25 8.14M: 1251.2 : $50.60* 100.22 - 0.07 : 120.71 +0.35/ 05, 115 : 210, 5,967

04-28: 238.08 - 0.52 50.4M: 10.82 : 22.23 +0.42: 120.77 +0.38 8.86M: 1268.3 : $49.33* $99.04 - 0.15 : 122.35 +0.27/ 04, 90 : 530, 7,267

05-31: 241.44 - 0.06 00.0M: 10.41 : 22.69 +0.10: 120.62 +0.48 0.00M: 1264.8: $48.32* $97.21 +0.00 : 124.14 +0.05/ 00, 106 : 600, 6,542

06-30: 241.80 +0.45 49.4M: 11.18 : 22.08 + 0.13: 118.02 - 0.30 6.79M: 1242.3: $46.04* $95.64 +0.09 : 125.12 - 0.29/

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---: SPY- : Chg : volume/ VIX : GDX: +-chg: -GLD- : Chg: volume: x10.?? WTI.Cr: -DXY- -Chg.- : --TLT- : Chg : Posts/Views cum'l:

June

29: 241.35 - 2.14 98.8M: 11.44 : 21.95 - 0.48 : 118.32 - 0.58 7.62M: 1245.8 $44.93: $95.55 - 0.46 : 125.41 - 1.06/ 02, 091 : 237, 4297

30: 241.80 +0.45 49.4M: 11.18 : 22.08 + 0.13 : 118.02 - 0.30 6.79M: 1242.3 $46.04: $95.64 +0.09 : 125.12 - 0.29/

July

28: 246.91 - 0.29 41.3M: 10.29 : 22.91 +0.34 : 120.69 +0.90 6.64M: 1275.3 $49.75 : $93.33 - 0.60 : 123.89 +0.73/ 00, 084 : 000, 4000

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31: 246.77 - 0.14 42.9M: 10.25 : 22.86 - 0.05 : 120.75 +0.06 3.82M: 1273.8 $50.17 : $92.90 - 0.43 : 124.04 +0.15/ 00, 094 : 000, 4,570

AUG

31: 247.49 +1.48 75.8M: 10.59 : 24.72 +0.56 : 125.82 +1.46 11.3M: 1322.2 $47.23 : $92.62 +0.06 : 127.99 +0.38/ 03, 091 : 231, 4,766

SEP

01: 247.84 +0.35 49.6M: 10.13 : 24.78 +0.06 : 126.06 +0.24 11.3M: 1330.4 $47.29 : $92.85 +0.17 : 126.75 - 0.98/ 08, 008 : 040, 0040
#

05: 246.06 -1.78 81.8M: 12.31 : 25.31 +0.53 : 127.46 +1.40 11.3M: 1344.5 $48.66 : $92.29 -0.56 : 128.76 +2.01/ 00, 015 : 000, 0220

06: 246.90 +0.84 52.9M: 11.63 : 24.92 -0.39 : 126.81 -0.65 8.53M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $92.21 -0.64 : 127.97 - 0.79/ 00, 019 : 000, 0,275

07: 246.87 -0.03 52.0M: 11.55 : 25.49 +0.57 : 128.13 +1.32 9.94M: 1350.3 $49.09 : $91.54 -0.67 : 129.28 +1.31/ 04, 023 : 110, 0,385

08: 246.58 -0.29 51.0M: 12.12 : 25.24 - 0.25 : 127.97 - 0.16 8.71M: 1351.2 $47.48 : $91.33 -0.21 : 129.00 - 0.28/ 05, 028 : 165, 0,550

#

11: 249.21 +2.63 59.5M: 10.62 : 24.56 - 0.68 : 126.19 - 1.78 8.48M: 1335.7 $48.07 : $91.83 +0.50 : 127.46 - 1.54/ 05, 033 : 000, 1000
12: 250.05 +0.84 50.1M: 10.58 : 24.67 +0.11 : 126.56 +0.37 7.64M: 1332.7 $48.23 : $91.81 - 0.02 : 126.79 - 0.67/ 05, 038 : 200, 1200
13: 250.17 +0.12 43.0M: 10.50 : 24.22 - 0.45 : 125.61 - 0.95 8.26M: 1328.0 $49.30 : $93.39 - 0.01 : 126.29 - 0.50/ 00, 038 : 080, 1280

14: 250.09 - 0.08 95.4M: 10.44 : 24.37 +0.15 : 126.16 +0.55 5.33M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $92.12 - 1.27 : 126.81 +0.52/ 00, 000 : 000, 0000
15: 249.19 - 1.00 95.4M: 10.17 : 24.13 - 0.24 : 125.53 +0.00 8.38M: 1325.2 $49.89 : $91.87 +0.75 : 126.88 +0.07/
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18: 249.72 +0.80 46.2M: 10.15 : 23.73 - 0.40 : 124.36 - 0.17 0.00M: 1310.8 $50.35 : $92.02 +0.15 : 126.12 - 0.00/ 00, 043 : 000, 1625

19: 249.97 +0.25 00.0M: %9.78 : 23.85 + 0.12 : 124.62 +0.26 0.00M: 1310.6 $49.90 : $91.84 - 0.18 : 125.82 - 0.30/ 01, 044 : 050, 1675
20: 250.06 +0.09 51.0M: %9.67 : 23.50 - 0.35 : 123.62 - 1.00 11.2M: 1316.4 $50.69 : $92.44 +0.60 : 125.91 +0.09/ 03, 047 : 132, 1807

21: 249.39 - 0.67 41.8M: %9.79 : 23.21 - 0.29 : 122.68 - 0.94 7.71M: 1294.8 $50.55 : $91.95 -0.49 : 125.84 - 0.07/ 01, 048 : 136, 1243

22: 249.44 +0.05 37.9M: %9.59 : 23.47 +0.26 : 123.24 +0.56 5.62M: 1294.1 $50.66 : $92.14 +0.19 : 126.20 +0.36/ 00, 048 : 090, 2034

#

25: 248.93 - 0.51 50.8M: 10.33 : 23.83 +0.36 : 124.53 +1.29 10.1M: 1311.5 $52.22 : $93.05 +0.91 : 126.99 +0.79/ 00, 055 : 000, 2330

26: 249.08 +0.15 43.6M: %9.81 : 23.35 - 0.48 : 123.14 - 1.39 8.30M: 1301.7 $51.88 : $93.42 +0.37 : 126.76 - 0.23/ 00, 055 : 163, 2493
27: 250.05 +0.97 63.4M: %9.99 : 22.99 - 0.36 : 121.98 - 1.16 6.77M: 1287.8 $52.14 : $93.28 - 0.14 : 124.85 - 1.91/ 02, 057 : 189, 2682

28: 250.35 +0.30 00.0M: %9.55 : 23.16 +0.17 : 122.21 +0.23 0.00M: 1288.7 $51.56 : $93.13 - 0.15 : 124.73 +0.25/ 02, 059 : 207, 2889

29: 251.23 +0.88 60.7M: %9.51 : 22.96: -0.20 : 121.58 -0.63 8.77M: 1284.8 $51,67 : $93.07 - 0.06 : 124.76 +0.28/ 01, 060 : 081, 2970

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02: 252.32 +1.09 46.0M: %9.35 : 23.05: +0.09 : 120.77 -0.81 10.6M: 1275.8 $50.58 : $93.59 +0.52 : 124.28 -0.48/ 00, 008 : 000, 0122

03: 252.86 +0.54 00.0M: %9.78 : 23.43: +0.38 : 121.18 +0.41 00.0M: 1274.6 $50.42 : $93.63 +0.04 : 124.19 -0.09/ 04, 012 : 068, 0190

04: 253.16 +0.30 41.9M: %9.46 : 23.42: - 0.01 : 121.17 - 0.01 6.41M: 1276.8 $49.98 : $93.59 - 0.04 : 124.41 +0.22/ 00, 012 : 050, 0240

05: 254.66 +1.50 00.0M: %9.19 : 23.22: - 0.20 : 120.52 - 0.65 0.00M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $93.92 +0.33 : 123.84 - 0.63/

06: 254.37 - 0.29 65.2M: %9.65 : 23.59: +0.37 : 121.09 +0.57 9.78M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $93.80 - 0.12 : 123.59 - 0.35/ 00, 016 : 000, 0360

#

09: 253.95 - 0.42 00.0M: 10.33 : 23.74 +0.15 : 122.72 +1.63 0.00M: 1275.0 $49.29 : $93.26 +0.00 : 123.98 +0.39/
10: 254.62 +0.67 38.2M: 10.08 : 23.57 - 0.17 : 122.40 +0.32 7.08M: 1274.9 $49.29 : $93.27 +0.01 : 124.18 +0.20/ 00, 021 + 000, 0476

11: 255.02 +0.40 35.3M: %9.85 : 23.80 +0.23 : 122.79 +0.39 5.55M: 1288.9 $51.30 : $92.86 - 0.41 : 124.42 +0.24/ 04, 025 : 037, 0513
12: 254.64 - 0.38 40.1M: %9.91 : 23.72 - 0.08 : 122.89 +0.10 2.99M: 1296.5 $50.60 : $93.02 +0.16 : 124.95 +0.53/ 07, 032 : 044, 0547

13: 254.95 +0.31 40.9M: %9.61 : 23.84 +0.12 : 123.82 +0.93 6.60M: 1304.6 $51.45 : $93.06 +0.04 : 125.85 +0.90/ 04, 036 : 053, 0600
#

16
17: 255.46 +0.00 00.0M 10.31 : 23.42 - 0.00 : 122.13 - 0.00 0.00M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $93.41 +0.00 : 125.92 - 0.00/
18: 255.72 +0.25 33.5M 10.07 : 23.33 - 0.09 : 121.67 - 0.46 3.63M: 1283.0 $52.26 : $93.41 +0.00 : 125.09 - 0.83/
19: 255.79 +0.07 54.1M 10.05 : 23.44 +0.11 : 122.39 +0.72 5.36M: 1290.0 $51.51 : $93.16 - 0.25 : 125.31 +0.22/ 00, 060 : 000, 0800
20: 257.11 +1.32 70.5M: %9.97 : 23.23 -0.21 : 121.61 -0.78 7.25M: 1280.5 $51.84 : $93.66 +0.51 : 123.98 -1.33/ 05, 065 : 050, 0850

#

23: 256.11 -1.00 54.0M: 11.07 : 23.14 -0.09 : 121.80 +0.19 5.03M: 1280.5 $51.84 : $93.79 +0.13 : 124.20 +0.22/ 00, 073 : 000, 0950

24: 256.56 +0.45 57.8M: 11.16 : 22.95 -0.19 : 121.33 -0.47 4.88M: 1278.3 $52.47 : $93.94 +0.15 : 123.43 - 0.77/ 05, 078 : 000, 0981

25: 255.29 -1.27 85.0M: 11.23 : 22.83 -0.12 : 121.35 +0.02 4.27M: 1279.0 $52.18 : $93.54 -0.40 : 122.84 -0.58/ 03, 081 : 047, 1028
26: 255.62 +0.33 0.00M: 11.30 : 22.43 -0.40 : 120.33 -1.02 0.00M: 1269.6 $52.64 : $94.64 +1.10 : 122.43 -0.41/
27: 257.71 +2.09 84.1M: %9.80 : 22.57 +0.14 : 120.90 +0.57 6.40M: 1271.8 $53.90 : $94.81 +0.17 : 123.24 +0.81/ 00, 088 : 000, 1110

#
30: 256.75 -0.96 45.5M: 10.50 : 22.76 +0.19 : 121.13 +0.23 4.95M: 1277.7 $54.15 : $94.53 -0.28 : 124.42 +1.18/ 00, 098 : 000, 1213

31: 257.15 +0.40 42.7M: 10.18 : 22.48 -0.28 : 120.67 -0.46 3.76M: 1000.0 $00.00 : $94.54 +0.01 : 124.46 +0.04/

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Long Term Charts updated from time-to-time, to at least: June 30, 2017

 

IWM / etf for Russell-2000 - to 12/31/16 : $134.85, 2016 range: $93.64 to 138.82 : +48.25% - beta 1.845

... All : 10-yrs : 12mos // SPY ... : To-End-2015 : last-12mos

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EIGHT KEY CHARTS
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- Watch for the 76d-MA (blue) Crossing the 987d-MA (yellow), or

- The 52wk MA crossing the 330wk-MA -on Weekly chart

Updates: (updated at end Dec. 2016) - some updates still needed
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SPY / S&P500 etf - (UP) ...SPY: to 12/31/16 : $223.53, 2016 range: 181.02 to 228.34 : +26.14% - beta 1.00

Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : TREND is still UP, but may be rolling over soon

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TLT / T-Bonds etf - (DOWN) ... TLT: to 12/31/16 : $119.13, 2016 range: 116.80 to 143.62 : +22.96% - beta 87.8%

All / 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : Made an important Peak in 2016 (?) identified in prior chart here !

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update

TLT / 5 years of Bond market action ... update: 130 is a 50% retracement of the drop

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UUP / USDollar x2 etf - (Peaking?) ... to 12/31/16 : $26.46, 2016 range: $23.96 to $26.77 : +11.73% - beta 44.9%

Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : TREND is still UP, but looking very tired

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USO / Oil etf - (Battling DOWNtrend) ... to 12/31/16 : $11.72, 2016 range: $07.67 to $12.45 : +62.32% - beta 2.38

Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : 10yrL : Price is battling that old Downtrend

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XLE / Oil stocks - (Fighting back UP) ... to 12/31/16 : $75.32, 2016 range: $49.93 to $78.45 : +57.11% - beta 2.185

Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : TREND is DOWN, reversing?

Old-trend-was-accelerating ... as the uptrend ended

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OIH / Oil service - (Fight DOWNtrend) ... $11.72, 2016 range: $07.67 to $12.45 : +62.32% - beta 2.38

All : Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : Major Bottom in place?

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GLD / Gold etf - (Reversing Downtrend?) ... 12/31/16 : 109.61, 2016 range: 102.49 to 131.15 : +27.96% - beta 1.07

All : Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : Reversing to Up?

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GDX / Gold stocks - (Breaking Downtrend?) ... 12/31/16 : $20.92, 2016 range: $12.40 to $31.79 : +156.4% - beta 5.98

GDX ... All : Cal'13 : 3 years : 4 years : 5yrs : 10yrs : Reversed to Up in 2016 maybe?

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HUI Chart - price data goes back further ... 12/31/16 : 182.31, 2016 range: $99.19 to 286.05 : +199.4% - beta 7.64

All-data-update :

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China's Shanghai index last bounced of a support level near 2,600
ShComp 12/31/16 : 3103.6, 2016 range: 2638.3 to 3538.7 : +34.12% - beta 1.305

CN : SHcomp ... All-Log : All-Data

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===== Links to other CHARTS =====

10yrs : SLV : GDXJ : / log : AGQ : PSLV : UGL : ??

PHM +, GDXJ -, RGLD -, HK:HSI +, HK:12 -new,

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Gold's 4-6 months Cycle:

 

The next cyclical downturn may have started "early" in September - Low due near year-end maybe?

 

GLD: 1-yr: 2-yr : end-may: $116.06 +0.44/ UK:GBS: $115.50/ HK-2840: $ 898.5 /7.76= $115.80 : HK-3081: $29.35 r-30.61

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The longer history of the cycles looked like this: 2013-15 :

 

: Low, Dec.15th,2016: 1129.8 / $103.04 = 10.96 / intraday: 1123/$103= 10.90
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Look what happened after that Dec.2015 Low - a Nice Rally ! And then once again after a Dec. 2016 Low:Gold-toUSD.png

 

In April'17, I said: The Rally "may be petering out in April, and Gold (gold shares and silver), turned lower with bonds."

I anticipated this - and went short, selling Gold positions, and buying puts on TMF, a 3X etf linked to Bond prices.

But this anticipated cyclical low (May/June) either came early, or is coming late - It does not look as distinct (yet!) as prior lows.

So I am relunctant to bet on the Low and Buy at this stage.

 

TMF - this chart was from mid-April

"Rising interest rates, may turnaround the falling dollar, and "put the Kabash" on the rise in Gold..."

These prices tend to move together : TMF, GDX, UGLD, SLV : Bonds, Gold stocks, Gold, and Silver.

And they have been moving in a shared 4-6 months cycle - but this latest dip in Gold has not been accompanied by TMF until this week

 

TMF... 2-yrs : 5-yrs : 6-mos / 10-d : this chart was from mid-April7nuMzVn.gif

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TMF - tends to move with Bonds, Gold, Gold shares, silver...

TMY is approximately about 9% lower, over just four days

TMF-etc.10d ... update

: Chart below is updated to 9/29/2017

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....prices may have peaked again on Sept.7th

Peak /Last : - TMF- : - TLT - / - UGLD : - GLD / - GDX- : - SLV- :

09/07/2017 : $23.33 : 129.78 / $12.69 : 128.13 / $25.49 : $17.10 :

09/29/2017 : $20.87 : 124.76 / $10.76 : 121.58 / $22.96 : $15.74 :

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BRADLEY Model :
TURN dates
2015 : May 10, May 25, June 8, Sept. 23, Oct. 17
2016 : +Jan. 5, -May 10, +June 1, -July 5, +??, -Sep. 28, +Nov. 29
2017 : +Dec. 29, -Apr.17, +Apr.29, -Jun.21, +Aug.19, -Sep.7, +Dec.3, -Jan.4, +Jan.17
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SPY... 2015-2017: Dec.31, 2016: $223.53 / May.01, 2017: $ 238.77 +$15.24 : + 6.82% on the Year

2016 : +Jan. 5, -May 10, +June 1, -July 5, +??, -Sep. 28, +Nov. 29

2017 : +Dec. 29, -Apr.17, +Apr.29, -Jun.21, +Aug.19, -Sep.7, +Dec.3, / -Jan.4, +Jan.17

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Model for 2017: 2016 : 2015 :
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Bonds peaked first in 2015, then the Dollar, then stocks... In early July (when the Bradley model peaked), TLT hit new highs.

TLT... 2015-2017 : Dec.31, 2016: $119.13 / Mar.01, 2017: $119.47 : + $0.34 : + 0.29% on the Year

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USD trade-weighted:

DXY ... 2015-2017 : DXY-all-data : 10d : Dec.31, 2016: $102.36 / Mar.01, 2017: $101.77 : - $0.59 : - 0.57% on the Year

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OTHER Indices : USO : GLD : GDX : PHM : IYR : UGLD-vsGDX : : IMGHST.co

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Relative Valuations : Resistance at 200% - Was Not so futile!

 

SPX -toGold Ratio seems to pull back when it hits 2.0 -

"May happen again soon," I said in early May, and it pulled back from 1.977 ! and then again at 2.012 !

 

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SPX -toTLT / Bonds floating at high level (on cheap money) - may have put in an RS / Right Shoulder

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TMF (2x bonds) vs. UGLD, GDX, SLV ... 5-years

OLD chart

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UPDATED:

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Peak /Last : - TMF- : - TLT - / - UGLD : - GLD / - GDX- : - SLV- :

09/07/2017 : $23.33 : 129.78 / $12.69 : 128.13 / $25.49 : $17.10 :

09/29/2017 : $20.87 : 124.76 / $10.76 : 121.58 / $22.96 : $15.74 :

- change - - :

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DATA to Friday, 9/29 - Gold still sliding, despite Sprd Gold buying

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Price: (YrE'15) (07/01): (YrE'16) (03/31): (06/30): (07/28) (08/04) : (08/11) (09/01) : (09/29)
Gold : 1060.5 : 1344.9 : 1151.7 / 1251.2 : 1242.3 : 1275.3 : 1264.6: 1294.0 : 1330.4 : 1284.8 :
GLD : 101.46 : 128.41 : 109.61 / 118.72 : 118.20 : 120.69 : 119.65 : 122.79 : 126.06 : 121.58 :
GDX : $13.72 : $29.05 : $20.95 / $22.81 : $22.08 : $22.91 : $22.32 : $23.15 : $24.78 : $22.96 :
Ratio: R7.395: R4.420 : R5.232 / R5.205 : r5.353 : R5.268 : r5.361 : r5.304 : R5.087 : r5.295 (/10.57)
Ratio 13.52%: 22.62%: 19.11% / 19.21% 18.68%: 18.98%: 18.65% 18.85%: 19.66%: 18.88% (GDx56.0)
Gdxj : $19.21 : $45.38 : $31.55 / $35.98 : $33.38 : $33.64 : $32.39 : $33.63 : $36.26 : $33.59 :
Spdr : 642.37: 953.91: 822.17 / 834.EE : 852.50 : 791.88 : 786.EE : 786.87 : 831.21 : 864.65 = 27.80M oz.
Au/S : R-1.65 : R-1.41 : r1.401 / R1.50E : R1.457 : r1.610 : r1.61E : R1.644 : r1.601 : r1.486 :
TLT : 120.58 : 140.57 : 119.13 / 120.71 : 125.12 : 123.89 : 124.93 : 126.43 : 126.75 : 124.76 :
G/Tlt : r8.795 : R9.567: R9.668/ R10.37 : r9.929 : R10.29 : r10.12 : R10.23 : r10.50 : r10.30 /vs L: 8.65
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AGS : Y3,210 : y4,157 : y3,988 / y4,124 : Y3,??? : y3,000 : y3,000 : y3,000 : y3,000 : Y3,000 >16.68 :
SLV- : $13.19 : $18.74 : $15.11 / $17.25 : $15.71 : $15.81 : $15.38 : $16.17 : $16.73 : $15.74 :
WPM: $12.42 : $24.78 : $19.32 / $20.84 : $19.89 : $20.51 : $19.56 : $19.04 : $20.96 : $19.09 :
SIL*- : $18.51 : $45.95 : $32.11 / $36.02 : $33.95 : $34.57 : $32.73 : $33.83 : $35.14 : $32.99 :
DBA : $20.61 : $21.98 : $19.97 / $19.78 : $19.85 : $19.94 : $19.66 : $19.20 : $18.60 : $18.98 :
XLE- : $60.32 : $68.60 : $75.32 / $69.90 : $64.92 : $66.47 : $65.64 : $63.94 : $63.58 : $68.48 :
Cop'r: $2.135 : $2.220 : $2.510 / $2.652 : $2.710 : $2.910 : $2.880 : $2.910 : $3.120 : $2.950 :
WTI- : $37.07 : $49.28 : $53.72 / $50.30 : $46.04 : $49.75 : $49.58 : $48.82 : $47.29 : $51.67 :
CRB : 176.27 : 194.26 : 192.51 / 185.88 : 174.78 : 182.12 : 180.68 : 179.61 : 180.85 : 183.09 :
Corn : 358.00 : 360.25 : 352.00 / 364.40 : 381.00 : 374.25 : 366.50 : 360.75 : 355.25 : 355.25 :
Wheat 468.50 : 496.25 : 408.00/ 426.50 : 526.00 : 481.00 : 454.75 : 439.25 : 438.75 : 448.28 :
Sugar 15.24c : 20.78C : 19.51c / 16.76c : 13.81c : 14.37c : 14.14c : 13.20c : 13.75c : 14.10C :
BTC : $433.5 : $680.0 : $948.5 / 1041.1 : 2521.0 : 2770.0 : 2800.0 : 3610.0 : 4900.0 : 4188.0 :
B/G.: 40.88%: 50.56%: 82.36%/ 83.20%: 202.9% 217.2%: 221.% : 279.%: 368.% : 326.% :
N.A.V. : ---------------------------------------------------------------->: $3,800 : $3,300 : $3,610 : $3,698 :
Hedge: ---------------------------------------------------------------->: $4,000 : $0,300 : $3,750 : $2,550 :
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EEM- : $32.19 : $34.69 : $35.01 / $39.39 : $41.39 : $43.75 : $43.95 : $42.92 : $45.16 : $44.81 :
FXI -- : $35.29 : $34.48 : $34.71 / $38.49 : $39.71 : $42.42 : $42.84 : $41.81 : $44.26 : $44.04 :
ShCm : 3519.2 : 2932.5 : 3103.6 / 3222.5 : 3192.4 : 3272.2: 3264.1 : 3208.5 : 3385.0 : 3348.9 :
PHM- : $17.82 : $19.48 : $18.38 / $23.55 : $24.53 : $24.35 : $25.60 : $24.84 : $25.87 : $27.33 :
IYR -- : $75.08 : $82.33 : $76.94/ $78.49 : $79.77 : $80.67 : $80.50 : $78.99 : $81.21 : $79.88 :
IWM - : 112.62 : 115.39 : 134.85 / 137.48 : 140.92 : 141.96 : 140.21 : 136.47 : 140.52 : 138.18 :
XLF - : $23.82 : $22.74 : $23.25 / $23.73 : $24.67 : $24.91 : $25.39 : $24.73 : $24.77 : $25.86 :
XLF/S: 11.68%: 10.83%: 10.31%/ 10.47%: 10.20% 10.09%: 10.26%: 10.13%: 9.99% : 10.29% :
SPY- : 203.87 : 209.92 : 223.53- / 235.74 : 241.80 : 246.91 : 247.41 : 244.12 : 247.84 : 251.23 :
VIX-- : 18.21%: 14.77%: 14.04% / 10.96%: 11.18%: 10.29%: 10.03%: 15.15% 10.13%: 9.51% :
ShPut $6.670 : $02.85 : $08.30 / $13.15 : $08.31 : $05.44 : $05.39: $07.45 : $05.25 : $02.86 -Ja$240p
DXY - : 98.693 : 95.720 : 102.38 / 100.22 : $95.64 : $93.33 : $93.49 : $92.96 : $92.66 : $93.07 :
H-gold: R10.75 : r14.05: R11.25 / R12.56 : R12.99 : R13.66: R13.53 : r13.92 : R14.36 : r13.83 / 11.3-14.9
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Gold : 1060.5 : 1344.9 : 1151.7 / 1251.2 : 1242.3 : 1275.3 : 1264.6 : 1294.0 : 1330.4 : 1284.8 :

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TRUTH comes out

 

Figures. Trump Bashing San Juan Mayor Was Big Hillary Clinton Supporter in 2016

October 1, 2017 by Jim Hoft
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Just four days ago San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz Soto praised FEMA for the work on the island.

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Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Irma and then Hurricane Maria a categaory 5 monster hurricane two weeks later.

But Caren Yuliz Cruz Soto is a Democrat so she expects everything to be given to her for free.
On Friday she went out on all of the liberal mainstream news outlets and trashed President Trump.

 

The San Juan mayor accused FEMA and President Trump of offering her no help.
She said this in front of a pallet of US aid.

For the record… Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz has refused to visit the FEMA headquarters after several invitations and is not participating in ANY FEMA meetings.
Wow!

On Saturday FOX News contributor Geraldo Rivera interviewed Mayor Cruz and then tweeted this.

Ouch!

Geraldo Rivera @GeraldoRivera

#SanJuanMayor says residents are "dying," & somehow @realDonaldTrump is to blame.

I'm here. Who is dying? Why? Where? Let me help save them.

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> http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/10/figures-anti-trump-san-juan-mayor-top-hillary-clinton-supporter-2016/

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  1. 10022017_mw_innovation_512x288.jpg
  2. What investors - and everyone else - get wrong about innovation

Luis Peres-Breva, director of MIT's flagship hands-on innovation program, talks to MarketWatch about the biggest misconceptions around innovation and explains how real innovation can be scaled up to make an impact.

 

"By the time you know it is an (important) innovation, it is already done"

"In the beginning, many of the ideas look awful."

"The most important thing, is not the team, it is... will the idea scale up?"

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SIX-Similarities-between-today-and-1987-when-the-dow-plummeted-23%-in-one-day

 

The similarities

Please click here for a table showing the six similarities in the stock market between today and 1987.

The first similarity, but not others, needs some explanation. In 1987, money managers were buying stocks with impunity because they thought the stock market was a one-way street — large profits and little risk. They were sold portfolio insurance by the wizards of Wall Street that, in theory, should have protected them against losses. Portfolio insurance was accomplished through derivatives such as options and futures. With the benefit of hindsight, we now know that portfolio insurance not only failed to protect them, but it also accelerated selling.

A similar danger exists now in the popularity of exchange traded funds (ETFs), especially large flows of money in ETFs by passive investors. At this time, most investors do not have any appreciation for the risks in passive ETF investing, just as when, in 1987, most portfolio managers had no appreciation for the risks in portfolio insurance.

When it comes to sentiment in the stock market, investors need to be careful. Those numbers, such as those from the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII), are based on surveys. At The Arora Report, our research shows that in this bull market, there are significant differences between what investors say and what they do. For this reason, the proprietary sentiment measures that we use at The Arora Report in our complex timing model give heavier weight to what investors are actually doing and less weight to what they are saying.

Based on the proprietary measures at The Arora Report, sentiment in the stock market is now very bullish but not extremely bullish. That’s not splitting hairs. Extremely bullish sentiment is often a contrary indicator and often precedes a decline in the market.

Just like in 1987, valuations are high and earnings are rising. And in recent days, interest rates have risen. Rising interest rates have driven up popular bank stocks such as Bank of America BAC, +0.27% Citigroup C, +1.46% J.P. Morgan JPM, +1.39% and popular brokerage stocks such as Schwab SCHW, +0.69% E*TRADE Financial Corp. ETFC, +0.11% and Ameritrade AMTD, +0.51% In her last speech, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen indicated a determination to raise official rates in December. The market is giving only about a 60% probability to a rate hike in December, essentially not believing Yellen. In 1987, the absolute level of interest rates was much higher, but they were rising, just like now.

Ask Arora: Nigam Arora answers your questions about investing in stocks, ETFs, bonds, gold and silver, oil and currencies. Have a question? Send it to Nigam Arora.

Sell signal

In view of the similarities, should you sell your equities? If not, how would you protect yourself? To analyze the situation, we must look not only at the similarities but also at the differences between today and 1987. I will be writing separately on the differences between 1987 and now.

The prevailing wisdom now, like in 1987, is to be bullish and not dump equities.

My longtime readers know my track record of going against the prevailing wisdom and giving unequivocally clear sell signals. For example, in the fall of 2007, The Arora Report gave a sell signal for the stock market, calling for going 100% into cash...

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> http://www.marketwatch.com/story/six-similarities-between-today-and-1987-when-the-dow-plummeted-23-in-one-day-2017-10-03?mod=MW_video_top_stories

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Does RDS get it wrong here?

 

Robert Steele - Las Vegas Was A Zio-Con Operation ,

MSM Is Complicit & How Trump Should Respond

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAysq0SDHv8

 

No bodies. No blood pools.

The official narrative makes no sense

 

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Did they preserve the crime scene? Did they collect bullets for ballistics? Did they do forensics on trajectory? Who gave the figures on the dead? Who collected the bodies? Who did the autopsies? Where's footage from cell phones? Who interviewed the injured? Where is the list of the people that died? Bodycam footage from the shooter take down?

 

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Well sir, you just discredited yourself on the 'no bodies' thing. I live in Vegas. I know people who were shot, trampled, and had to jump over bodies to try to escape with their lives. I have been researching this constantly since it happened and there WAS BLOOD EVERYWHERE. Just because the press isn't showing it doesn't mean it didn't happen. I have a dear friend who works at UMC trauma center, and she has worked a non-stop shift trying to support the people who have been injured. They have shipped people to other hospitals after being triaged at UMC, because there were too many to help. A client of mine's sister was grazed by a bullet, had to have 3 staples put in her head and she showed me the picture. So, I might buy the rest of the story about Adelsen/Chertoff as I find that somewhat credible, but you blew it by making the no bodies, no blood assertion. This EVENT did happen. It is not a fabricated media false flag, though I agree they are completely complicit in confusing the story line. I will say, based on my extensive research, that this most CERTAINLY was a combination of DHS drill, crisis actors, and real events. All used to confuse the story, which has been successful.

 

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Steele was a highly placed CIA covert action influence operation insider. His words should carry some weight. There is no mistake that the dual citizen Israeli DHS head Chertoff whose mother was a founding member of the MOSSAD orchestrated this phony fake operation. Chertoff was instrumental in releasing the dancing Israeli's of 9/11 who stated they were only there to document the event with their video equipment.
Trump is 100% controlled by the Zionists Bankstas.... don't be fooled. Look at EVERYONE he surrounded himself with they are all Ashkenazi Zionists. Don't believe me research yourself!

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ANOTHER NFL Sponsor Quits...

'Show respect for America and our flag'...


Owners Clash in Private Over Protests...

 

n response to the ongoing controversy surrounding NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, the owner of Flemington Car and Truck Country has pulled the dealership's ads from broadcasts of games for the remainder of the 2017 season.

"The National Football League and its owners have shown their fans and marketing partners that they do not have a comprehensive policy to ensure that players stand and show respect for America and our flag during the playing of the national anthem," Steve Kalafer said in a statement. "We have cancelled all of our NFL advertising on the Optimum and Infinity (cable) networks."

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Kitco

 

Gold Shows First Signs of Price Support Kitco Commentary Oct 4
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Despite a slip in the gold price, one longtime expert says the market is still in “very good shape.” Speaking with Kitco News, Sprott U.S. Holdings CEO Rick Rule said he thinks gold is setting itself up for further gains. “The most important determinant of gold prices for the last 40 years has been they have been negatively correlated with faith the U.S. dollar and faith in the U.S. 10-year treasury,” he explained. “The U.S. 10-year Treasury is, I believe, close to the end of a 35-year bull market. That would suggest gold is much closer to the beginning of a bull market.
. . .

Spot gold has seen similar gains in trading today, currently fixed at $1274 an ounce with a net gain of $3.80. According to the Kitco Gold Index (KGX), $2.30 of today’s price gains can be directly attributable to a weak U.S. dollar, with the remaining gain of a $1.50 as a direct result of buyers in the market.

The most recent price decline in gold began on September 7th and occurred at precisely the same time as the U.S. dollar index reached an intraday low of 91. This low was to be the last leg down of the dollar’s decline which began at the end of 2016.

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Up until then, the dollar had been in a freefall as traders sold the dollar from a high of 103, ultimately giving up just about 12% in value in under a year.

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VIDEO
Guest(s): Ian Telfer Chairman, Goldcorp

"It will go to zero," Ian Telfer said with regards to bitcoin.

The cryptocurrency has taken markets by storm but to the veteran mining entrepreneur, it is not something to get too excited about. Speaking with Kitco News in Toronto, the Goldcorp chairman warned investors to be "very, very" careful. "I don't think it's stealing gold's thunder," he said. "Longer term, I am personally not sure how these cryptocurrencies are going to work and I'm not sure governments are going to let them exist." (show less)

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'We Are Running Out of Gold' - Goldcorp’s Ian Telfer (PART 1/3)

VIDEO: Ian Telfer Chairman, Goldcorp

Gold may be setting itself up for higher prices because there just isn't enough of it anymore, this according to mining mogul Ian Telfer. Speaking with Kitco News on the sidelines of the Mines & Money conference in Toronto, the Goldcorp chairman said miners are just not finding gold like they used to. "We're running out of gold as an industry," he said. "I think we're spending significant amounts of money exploring but it's getting harder to find." Telfer, who has been behind countless deals in the mining industry, said the picture is looking a little brighter for the industry moving forward. "Production is starting to turn down and once that starts to turn down, I think you'll see the gold price really start to move."

The key to survival?

"Not having too much debt because the debt in a downturn is what destroys most mining companies."

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Some investors hoard gold to protect against what could be the biggest financial crisis in history, but not this mining executive. "I don't think it's going to be the end of the world," Ian Telfer, chairman of Goldcorp, told Kitco News at the Mines & Money conference in Toronto. But, the successful entrepreneur says there is one thing worrying him right now.
"Unfunded government liabilities are probably the biggest, single black swan out there because all these pensioners around the world are assuming they're getting their pensions and the money isn't there," he said. "That is going to be a huge crisis. How that'll get resolved, I'm not sure."

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"John's" mysterious phone calls...

There are far too many holes in the official story.

Is this incident all about Chertoff making billions ?

 

What’s New & Mysterious In Las Vegas Massacre?, 1817

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Human-Alien Bloodlines, Antarctica Mysteries & the Missing Missing Link with Brad Olsen

 

Human-alien bloodlines, and the mysterious truth about the roots of humanity are explored with Brad Olsen, who illuminates the ancient alien connection that may have been buried in Antarctica. From the inhabitants of Atlantis, to the Paracas skulls, and the Rh blood type markers that trace extraterrestrial DNA among people, Olsen lifts the lid on the Illuminati cover-up of alien contact, in this uncensored Buzzsaw interview hosted by Sean Stone. GUEST BIO: Brad Olsen gained the distinction of an "award-winning travel writer" title in February, 2010 when his travel guide Sacred Places North America: 108 Destinations (2nd ed.) won the Bay Area Travel Writers top gold prize award (First Place winner) for the "2010 Best Travel Book for the Planet Earth" category, and again in 2013 when his latest book Future Esoteric: The Unseen Realms won the top prize in the category of "New Age"

 

"The Nazis found a way to get to the Schumacher ponds, a geo-thermal hotspot"

 

/ 2 / More recent:

 

Nazis Have a Secret Antarctic Fortress? Secret Government Controls D.C.- Brad Olsen

Truth Be Told TV Published on Jun 17, 2017

Brad Olsen - Award-Winning Author, Public Speaker, Book Publisher explains how the true government is not Washington but a secret government ran by corporate elite, we discussed what happened to the Third Reich after World War II and did Hitler have a base in the Antartica, theorists claim to have found evidence of an alien base on Smyley Island, off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula.

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Purely, a Random Tip?

 

Traveling in the US, I got a tip to look at --- One of these

 

GORO / Gold Resource Corp ... 10-years : 2-yr : $3.87 (3.075 to 6.45) / website

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USAU / US Gold Corp ... 10-years : 2-yr : $1.80 (1.74 to 11.52) / website

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Also, one of these...

 

Golden Predator Mining/ GPY.v. ... 3-yrs : 2yrs : $0.83

Aug 21, 2015 - There's been a major shakeup at Golden Predator Mining Corp. Its high profile chairman, William Sheriff, has been ousted — as have ...

www.goldenpredator.com/about/board-of-directors/

William M. Sheriff, MSc ... Mr. Sheriff also serves as Chairman of...

 

enCore Energy Corp. / EU.v ..- 2yrs : $0.04

xx.

 

Starcore International Mines Ltd. / SAM.t - 2yrs : $0.31

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Midway Gold Corp., / ??? ..- 2yrs : No Symbol

Eurasian Minerals Inc. / ??? ..- 2yrs : Noi Symbol

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Top of Page Charts: Gold / USD / china gold // Russell / Copper / china silver

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3d : ag : au

 

China/SGE: 4,200 RMB/kg / 6.150 = $ 683 / 35.274 = $19.36 (discount of about 20-25 cents?)

10/08-10am: Rmb3,846 /6.140 = $ 626.4 / 35.274 = $17.76 (prem. 57 cents)

10/13-9.am : Rmb3,884 /6.136 = $ 633.0 / 35.274 = $17.94 -$17.39= prm-$0.55

Goldstock : HK-2840 : GBS.L : GLD : GDX : NUGT : tza/faz -- HKpeg : DXY : StkX : 10-d : SPX : sjw : img :

HK 3081: 2899: 1051: hs / UK: POG / ABX : Sil : IAG : dba-etc. ... lot : PB : CVN : CC2 : BTC : SLV-lv

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GLD

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Looking back, Looking Forwards - at First Mining Finance

 

Here's a 2016 interview:

BUST! Time to Get Greedy in Mining & PM's, Rick Rule & Keith Neumeyer

VIDEO

 

Published on Jan 3, 2016

Check out Keith Neumeyer's new Mineral Bank:
http://FutureMoneyTrends.com/InvestRight

 

Two co's that Keith Neumayer helped to found; plus his new one:
Sym.: Company----- : C$-- : 2015- range- : 12/14 : 12/15 : -2015chg

FR.t : First Majestic- : $4.74 : $3.54 - $8.55 : $0.00 : $0.00 :

FM.t : First Quantum : $4.77 : $3.75 - 19.83 : $0.00 : $0.00 :

FF .t : First Mining--- : $0.38 : $0.25 - $0.60 : -N / A : $0.00 : N / A

 

FR.t versus FM.t ... update

 

Time to take a Fresh Look?

FF .t : First Mining--- : $0.38 : $0.25 - $0.60 // update: $ 0.66 - Oct. 6th

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Bias, slant & Lies - How a NYT scumbag sees his job - this is shocking

American Pravda, NYT Part I – Slanting the News & A Bizarre Comey Connection

 

/ 2 /

Michael Savage interviews James O'Keefe - 10/10/17

 

The NYT "editor" sees it as his mission to "ruin the Trump brand"

The scumbag's previous job: "he worked for the Hiillary campaign"

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US Dollar pattern to repeat ? DXY ... 10-yearsDXtNdCC.gif

 

DXY ... 10-years -- UUP-10yrs

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OLD WINE in a new bottle?

 

"The alliance is now more powerful than the cabal," says David Wilcock,

in this interview that Jimmy Church did with D-Wilcock for Coast to Coast .

(it may have been already posted above under a different title - but worth a listen for those who did not hear it)

 

Atlantis Has Been Found Under Antarctica BREAKING STORY

Published on Aug 8, 2017 (might have been before that)

 

Author, lecturer, and researcher of ancient civilizations, David Wilcock joined Jimmy Church (Fade To Black) for a discussion on recent discoveries indicating Antarctica may actually have been Atlantis. Wilcock says he is in contact with "at least two insiders who directly advise Presidents of the United States" who have been steadily feeding him "Cosmic Top Secret" information for many years. He claimed that this information is not revealed to Presidents because they could slip up or be forced to tell the public what they know. He believes that there is a global power struggle going on that has reached a critical stage and made many elites start to scramble for safety.

 

As you will learn from the comments under the video, DW is a controversial guy, who has made some good and bad predictions.

But he is always interesting to hear. And many of his ideas get picked up elsewhere.

. . .

Published October 26th 2004 by Berkley Trade

(first published 1999)
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Dirk Pitt discovers Atlantis, in a breathtaking novel from the grand master of adventure fiction.

Clive Cussler has long since proven himself one of America's most popular authors--a master of intricate, audacious plotting and "vibrant, rollicking narrative" (Chicago Tribune). But Atlantis Found may be his most audacious novel of all.

September l858: An Antarctic whaler stumbles upon an aged wreck, its grisly frozen crew guarding crates of odd antiquities--and a skull carved from black obsidian.

March 200l: A team of anthropologists gazes in awe at a wall of strange inscriptions, moments before a blast seals them deep within the Colorado rock.

April 200l: A research ship manned by Dirk Pitt and members of the U.S. National Underwater and Marine Agency is set upon and nearly sunk by an impossibility--a vessel that should have died fifty-six years before.

Pitt knows that somehow all these incidents are connected, and his investigations soon land him deep into an ancient mystery with very modern consequences, up against a diabolical enemy unlike any he has ever known, and racing to save not only his own life but the future of the world itself.

The trap is set. The clock is ticking. And only one man stands between earth and Armageddon. . . .

Filled with dazzling suspense and astonishing set pieces, this is Clive Cussler's greatest adventure novel yet.

"I've always had tremendous fun with Dirk Pitt, but nothing has given me more pleasure than the opportunity to send him to that most fabled of lost lands, Atlantis, and to virtually reinvent aspects of its civilization. I hope you have as good a time reading Atlantis Found as I did writing it!"--Clive Cussler
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In the 1999 Novel,
Atlantis is found under the ice of Antarctica.
The novel imagines that It shifted down there after an asteroid collided with Earth 7,000 years ago.
This is essential the same story that Wilcock tells

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