Monthly Archives: November 2006

Stupid Lines

It was not long ago some one referred a trendline as a “stupid line”. This is poetic tragedy, what we don’t understand, we call “stupid”. I think we technicians are the bravest souls around sticking to it despite all odds. Here’s another bunch of “Stupid Lines” I have sketched for you and I think they [...]
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Did you know that the price relationship between Gold and Silver is not fixed? It varies substantially. And it has predictive value too. As in different market environments, the value of Gold is perceived differently than Silver. Gold is perceived as an important crisis commodity. As fear replaces confidence, Gold increases in value relative to [...]
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