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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

GOLDPIVOTS.COM ARTICLE: GLD ETF: Will Gold Start To Shine Again This Month? An EchoVector Price Analysis Perspective


Will Gold Start To Shine Again This Month? An EchoVector Price Analysis Perspective

 
This week three quarter ago I alerted the gold market to what then was a cyclically important week in gold. The two weeks of trading that followed proved to be of great interest to participants worldwide. The price of gold fell significantly, trading down from around $160 on the GLD ETF to a low just below $151, a fall of over 5.5%.
Then on February 27TH, When gold was bouncing off a seeming near-term bottom and many analyst where again filled with risk-on enthusiasm for the precious metal, I suggested that regardless of price level, a more prudent time to enter gold was closer to the end of June. See "Gold Chart: Price May Be Right, But Is Timing?"
On May 20th I also put out a third article on gold titled, "Gold Charts: Warning In February Still Valid Today" in which I warned that this year's seasonal down-pressure was still likely not over. The wisdom of February's article had become fully apparent by then, with gold prices down another 20%, and the GLD near $131.
In my May article I reiterated the importance of patiently waiting for the end of June to find a positive risk-reward re-entry time-point for gold. Another final leg down was forecast. As it ended up, it would have been hard for me to have been more correct, with gold falling further in June to a closing low on the GLD the week of June 27TH below $116.
This first half of 2013 did in fact prove to be an historic sell-off in gold prices. My model then indicated a strong buy signal on June 27TH, the week it was forecasted due in, which I had also published at my website, GOLDPIVOTS.com.
This week the GLD has risen from its June's lows to a high just above $129.50 and has been holding since at $127.50. And Gold is presently considered to have some favorable fundamentals working for its continued rise, not the least of which is seasonality. Also, unemployment in the US remains a chronic and unresolved problem, with an uncertain outlook, often positive for gold. Federal Reserve tapering issues still remain on-again off-again blurry, and a continuing dovish Fed monetary posture regardless remains likely, also positive for gold. Chinese gold buying remains strong (even though some headlines may suggest otherwise) with China likely becoming the largest gold purchaser in the world on an annual basis this year. Gold Mining stocks have also begun to rebound, which may be an indicator of better production cost to expected metals price ratios (which also makes miners particularly interesting as an alternate gold investment). The NUGT ETF this month is outperforming. And gold is still considered a viable hedge by some analyst against a correction in stock prices which some are anticipating sometime this fall, if not sooner.
The following chart updates my chart from February of the GLD ETF illustrating how waiting until about the beginning of July has been a very good annual risk-on risk-management strategy for gold since July 2009.
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Now, this week is particularly important for the gold metals going forward into August's primary option expiration, and also going forward into the three week's thereafter, from an EchoVector Analysis Perspective. Last year, the three weeks that followed options expiration proved particularly strong on relative price strength basis within an annual echovector perspective.
Zooming into this perspective on the chart below, we see (highlighted in red) the currently active annual echovector running to this week's current high on Monday from its coordinate echo-back-week high on the corresponding Monday one year ago. We also see this year's coordinate green extension vector (symmetrical to the prior four years) leaves prices additional room to rise from current levels -- a rise to the $135 price level on the GLD, before reaching parity. If prices hold up this week going into expiration, this may indicate gold might be staging for a nice price lift in the following weeks that could last well into mid-September.
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If gold does not hold up the next few day going into expiration, or little or no lift follows next week, we could see the annual echovector start to pivot downward again with gold potentially revisiting its summer lows in the near term. Regardless, it appears the risk-reward ratio to any risk-on position increases dramatically the week of primary options expiration in September on an annual echovector perspective basis.
Will gold break out above the $130 level and start to shine again this month, and continue to shine on into early fall as well? A fundamental argument can be made, and technical support may also be forming. However, this week's and next week's market price action would seem critical to this effort, particularly from an annual echovector analysis perspective.
Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, but may initiate a long position in GLDDGPUGLDNUGTGTUIAU over the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it. I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.
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Sunday, August 11, 2013

DOWPIVOTS AND SPYPIVOTS.COM ARTICLE: /YM DOW FUTURES: "Could This Be A Correction That's Coming? An EchoVector Pivot Point Perspective"

Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, but may initiate a short position in SPYDIAQQQIWM over the next 72 hours. (More...)
Well, here we go again.
Just about this same time one quarter ago the stock market received information from viable Federal Reserve Bank connected journalist that a Fed tapering schedule in the Fed's bond buying program was in the works. See Seeking Alpha articles titled "Rumored WSJ Piece 'Fed Maps Exit From Stimulus No Joke After All" and "What the Federal Reserve Rat is Trying to Tell You?" As this news became confirmed over the next week, the stock market, which had not sold in May and gone away, but instead was rallying in May, began to falter.
By the end of June, and in an accompanying change of market sentiment, the Dow 30 Industrials, as measured by the DIA ETF, lost 8 points on a closing basis, which actually comes to what many market technicians consider an often healthy 5% correction.
In the meantime, The Fed more fully discussed its exit plan, reassuring the markets of its continued bond buying. The market subsequently regained its footing on this clarification, and resumed its relative strength again, and by mid-July climbed back to its prior highs. Earnings and outlook reports in the important month of July proved sufficient in the market's view to enable this successful second climb back to these strong price highs, the market regaining the powerful momentum which had been so effectively put in place by the central banks last summer in their globally orchestrated and concerted efforts at support and intervention. This intervention was very effective in stabilizing an American market in the midst of a presidential election year, and stabilizing world markets in the midst of broad European financial woes. Central bank intervention helped bridge the American market through some often daunting presidential cycle down-pressure (see my SeekingAlpha article "Don't Fight The Fed" published at the time) as we approached national elections.
Except for some relatively minor price consolidating times on the difficulty scale that occurred in late October, and then again shortly after elections and into the month of November's primary options expiration week (the November expiration served to reset and square up the post-earnings season and the post-election season from their "effects") the market has been remarkably strong in this year's Fed-led climate.
And now, with the arrival of every 100 point down day, especially one following a previous down day, and at these lofty price levels, we tend to see a flood of commentary coming forth and claiming, or at least asking, is this remarkable stock price appreciation party finally coming into a serious correction? Since my article last July I've resisted the urge to weight in and comment at such moments. But this month, and at these price levels, the timing finally seems particularly appropriate to me, and within my analytical framework. What I believe to be a very wise positioning opportunity within today's market context, going forward, has become particularly apropos this week. I will share my thinking, analysis, and approach in this article as an update to my previous article on the major large cap equity composite index market published this time last year.
Since my stock market ALERT on July 24TH, 2012 and my related article "Don't Fight The Fed" published within a week of my alert and identifying the "significant equities composite price bridge" being built by the central banks, the DIA ETF has rallied 30 points, from about $125 in July 2012 to about $155 in July 2013, about 24%.
The double-double long my model called for late July 2012 has proven to be particularly effective. In May of this year I called for a cover of that position at the DIA ETF price equivalency basis of $155, and concomitantly called for the opening of a double short on the large cap equities composites. I called for the cover of that short and the opening of a long position at DIA ETF $145 on July 24TH. Then I subsequently called for the cover of this position at DIA $154 on July 11TH, along with the issuance of a general seasonal alert.
I issued a reiteration of this seasonal alert on July 29TH last week, upgrading it to a Flex Point Alert at DIA ETF $155. This alert has me long above $155 and short below $155. So, on Tuesday of this week the market closed me in a short position.
The question now becomes, could this week be the start of the significant correction that has gotten so much press for almost four month? If so, I may want to add to my short, and double up? And if not, how might I remain ready for that? Well, with my $155 switch trigger still in place, I recognize I'm ready for a quick reversion back to a long position in the event the market strengthens again. In the meantime, where do I set my stops; even more specifically, were do I reset my switch trigger?
My answers to these questions are presented in the following EchoVector Pivot Point Analysis and Perspective on the /YM Dow 30 Industrials Composite Index E-mini Futures, using the key active 4-year presidential cycle echovector as a base reference and indicator, and utilizing the subsumed and coordinate 2-year congressional cycle echovector, the annual cycle echovector, and the tri-quarterly cycle echovector as complimentary indicators as well.
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/YM Dow Industrials Composite Index E-mini Futures 4-Year Daily OHLC

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In the chart above, note first the key active presidential cycle echovector (in solid bright white) running to last week's low, which occurred on Friday July 26, 2013, from the low on Wednesday July 29, 2009, being the low in the coordinate 4-year ago echo-back-week in 2009.
Also notice the price low of 8955 during this coordinate 2009 echo-back-week, and the price low of 15318 during its coordinate week in July 2013. This difference in weekly lows 4 years apart yields a price momentum appreciation value in the presidential cycle echovector's current price slope of 30.71 per week.
Note how this key echovector price slope momentum is also congruently reflected in key annual cycle echovectors (highlighted in solid red) during significant top and bottom range dates and periods within the current presidential cycle and its echovector determined price channel, and is also, interestingly, congruently reflected in the current active congressional cycle echovector that runs from echo-back-date Monday 8/1/11 to recent Monday 7/29/13.
Using this information, I project a dynamic target trigger price derived from this key active forecast echovector that proceeds from the Friday 7/26/2013 intersect value of 15343 and moves forward at a slope and rate of about 30.71 points per week. This rate has the pivot point trigger coming into Wednesday this week at about 49-50 points higher than 7/26, in the 15392-15393 range. This is a key dynamic echovector pivot point target calculation. The market price must stay above this pivot point price target and pre-set trigger switch on Wednesday, to keep the trigger from executing, and also in order to avoid signaling a possible downward pivot occurring in the presidential cycle. This dynamic presidential cycle echovector pivot point represent my first echovector pivot point support point (S1), as I also set it as my first directionally-sensitive position reversal trigger switch.
/YM Dow Industrials Composite Index E-mini Futures 2-Year Daily OHLC

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The chart above is the same as the preceding chart, only zoomed in. In it we can see the annual echovectors highlighted in red and pink with greater clarity. The tri-quarterly echovector is highlighted in blue-purple.
First, note the upward pivot in the annual echovector that occurred in the first half of May. This surprised many analyst who were looking for a sell in May and go away effect to happen this year.
Second, note the parallel tri-quarterly echovector running to Tuesday 8/6/2013 this week from its echo-back-date of Tuesday 11/6/12. This is a particularly important detection, indicating that this powerful echovector momentum slope still remains in effect.
I will calculate (in much the same way as I did with my primary presidential cycle echovector pivot point reversal switch) the additional reversal switch triggers extending from the spaced blue-purple coordinate forecast echovectors below Tuesday's solid blue-purple tri-quarterly echovector. And I will prepare to employ them as needed. They constitute my second pivot point support level set, and set of position reversal switches (S2 - a, b, c & d).
It is important within the annual echovector to also recognize (1) the precipitous fall in prices that took place three quarter's back from Tuesday, and (2) the pausing football formation that took place this week and next a year ago and (3) two quarters ago and (4) one quarter ago (and how the football formation pause was followed by further short term price uplift one-quarter ago).
/YM Dow Industrials Composite Index E-mini Futures 15-Month Daily OHLC

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This third and final chart is the same as the one before it, with two exceptions: (1) it's further zoomed, and (2) it includes an overlay in solid aqua blue highlight which illustrates the annual echovector for Monday August 5TH, 2013 and its echo-back-date of Monday August 6TH 2012 measured from the highs.
That high Monday a year ago was 13133. This week's Monday's high was 15597. This sets the echovector slope momentum at 47.38 per week, or 6.78 repeating per day. The coordinate forecast echovector with the dynamic echovector pivot points is also this time in solid aqua blue and runs parallel below it, extending from the next significant scope-relative pivot point low that followed the echo-back-date in 2012's price track.
That low occurred on Tuesday 9/4/2012 and came in at 12965, twenty-one trading days forward from the echo-back-date. Recognizing there are 252 trading days in the year has the reversal trigger coming in on Wednesday this week at 15223.67. This too is an important and dynamic echovector pivot point calculation. It constitutes my third pivot point support level set and position reversal switch (S3) in this analysis and preparation.
Conclusion And Positioning Implications
Could this week be the start of a coming correction? My answer is yes. And I wouldn't want to fight the Fed. But my bias is that a significant correction may also well not be becoming. But if it is, I don't think we would fall much below 2013 April lows. And we have a very good chance in my estimation of rallying from second half year lows well into next year.
The stock market has been particularly resilient in its ability to come back from price down-pressure this year. This phase of the 8-year regime change cycle bodes well for the market from levels established in mid-April going into next year. A good chart of the SPX illustrating this phenomena the last 20 years can be viewed at my SeekingAlpha posts by clicking here. For this reason my general bias remains primarily positive. However, "Don't Fight The Fed" remains in force, and if the Fed begins the process of a relative de-leveraging of the markets compared to what it has been doing, it must proceed very smoothly, and very cautiously about what it takes away, and when and how. And I wouldn't want to be on the wrong side of poor market reaction.
For this reason, I think it prudent to continue to use and place dynamic, active, and adjustable straddling positions in order to lock in gains and to better manage your exposure to general market price level changes in either direction. Setting advanced management straddles at key coordinate forecast levels is a very effective and opportune approach, and an advanced trade strategy. In this article I have provided anEchoVector Pivot Points Perspective and method for effectively determining trigger level prices, settings, and adjustments. Using this approach at this time could prove very valuable in effectively managing both market risk and reward.
One way to employ such a straddle would be to utilize the DIA ETF mentioned earlier in this analysis and using the approach illustrated with the /YM Dow 30 Industrials Composite Index E-mini Futures, by setting up an advanced trade technology approach (see "On-Off-Through Vector Target Price Switch") to positioning and position management, with appropriate dynamic triggers and stops included -- for example, at $154 on the DIA.
To perform the short side of the straddle, set a short trigger below $154 on the DIA pre-programmed as a "repeating short trigger switch" at this trigger level on reverse downtick action through the trigger price, with stops set to activate on reverse uptick up-through action. To perform the long side of the straddle, set a long trigger above $154 pre-programmed as a "repeating long trigger switch" on reverse uptick action through the trigger, with stops set to activate on reverse downtick down-through action.
I would continue to closely watch the 4-year presidential cycle echovector, the 2-year congressional cycle echovector, and the annual cycle echovector for continued symmetries and confirming parallels and early divergent tells. And I would keep calculating my echovector pivot points and employing my dynamic OTAPS On-Off-Through Vector Target Price Switch triggers.
This way you won't be fighting the Fed; and will in fact be letting the Fed, and the market, help point you in the direction you 'should be facing.' If a correction is coming, you will be ready. And if it isn't, you will be ready for that as well.

Friday, August 9, 2013

GOLDPIVOTS.COM: Today's EchoVector Pivot Point Chart And Analysis Update: Silver

Today's EchoVector Pivot Point Chart And Analysis Update: Silver

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This year's dramatic gold and silver price declines are big news. However, since July price lows, some gold and silver analyst are suggesting a price bounce may now be underway, particularly in silver, which at a fundamental level may possess certain additional positives.
Silver is used more broadly than gold for industrial purposes. Silver demand overseas, particularly in Southwest Asia, has recently been reported to be reaching record levels. Silver coin demand in North America is stronger than ever on certain measures. HSBC, a significant bullion bank, sees silver prices remaining in a new and lower trading range this year, but still sees a potential upside target for the precious metal over that is 3 points higher than its current price occurring sometime before year's end. Recent options activity in silver also appears more bullish. Some indications of possible supply growth reductions in silver in the near-term currently exist. And forces inducing the central bank's generally loose monetary policy in the United States, high unemployment level in particular, appear unresolved.
In late August I presented "Today's EchoVector Pivot Point Chart And Analysis: Silver" which also looked at silver's annual price chart from an EchoVector Price Analysis Perspective highlighting occurrences of silver's annual price pattern symmetries' and the possible near-term trading implications of them. Significant symmetries were presented. I focused on the SLV ETF chart as my proxy for silver metals market price action. Today I would like to also provide a very interesting update to that SLV price chart I presented as well.
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Looking at today's chart update, we can see once again very clearly the significant symmetry that emerged in the key active annual echovector (highlighted in solid red) running to this year's current price low on Thursday June 27 from its corresponding echo-back-date low one year earlier on Thursday June 28, 2012.
Thursday this week we had a gap open in the SLV, with good price extension through lunch time, and a close near the high of its daily trading range.
And very interestingly, we can now also see that the annual echovector to Thursday August 8 from its corresponding annual echo-back-date of Thursday August 9 2012 is a parallel, and that this same echovector momentum and powerful price symmetry coordination is still very much in effect.
This year's green highlighted time-price box which corresponds to last year's coordinate green time-price box (which continued last year until silver's price 'broke out' last August 20), and these boxes symmetry, also remain very much intact, and continue in remarkable coordination.
We can very interestingly see that this year's ascending green echo-price support vector located within this year's green box also served as the gap opening price support level in Thursday's relatively strong price action.
As I mentioned in July's article, analyst may find last year's price action and this year's effective symmetries very suggestive from an echovector pivot point perspective, and for forming their silver price outlook. And the next several week's could prove particularly interesting in this formulation. If a reasonable price echo and its extension in this period of August or September doesn't occur, additional short selling pressure to new price lows could form on a technical basis.
Silver's strong price up-draft last year occurred once prices broke out of the trade box in August after last August's significant 3RD Saturday options expiration date. This strong updraft and positive price extension lasted well into mid-September. These past price movements and patterns may become particularly significant to trader's as we move into this year's corresponding week's, given this year's current active price symmetries and coordinated price momentum currently active at these key time-points and their echovectors.
Thanks for reading. And good luck in your silver investing and trading!
Disclosure: I am long SLV. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it. I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.
Additional disclosure: I am long SLV. I have a current swing trading position in SLV initially opened Friday August 31 2013. I may be looking to possibly add to my position as this week and month progress.
This article is tagged with: Gold & Precious Metals

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25. Bi-Quarterly Cycle EchoVector, 2 Quarters, (6 Months, Day of Week): Yellow,, Aqua-Blue, Peach, Grey

26. Quarterly Cycle EchoVector (3 Months, Day of Week): White
27. Quarterly Cycle EchoVector (3 Months, Day of Week): Grey
28. Quarterly Cycle EchoVector (3 Months, Day of Week): Red
29. Quarterly Cycle EchoVector (3 Months, Day of Week): Green
30. Bi-Monthly Cycle EchoVector (2 Months, Day of Week): Black, Yellow
31. Monthly Cycle EchoVector (1 Month, Day of Week): Peach,
32. Tri-Weekly Cycle EchoVector (3 Weeks, Day of Week): Grey
32. Bi-Weekly Cycle EchoVector (2 Weeks, Day of Week): Aqua-Blue, Yellow,White
33. Weekly Cycle EchoVector (1 Week, Day of Week): Aqua Blue, Red, White, Blue-Purple
34. 4-Day Cycle EchoVector (4 Days, Day-over-Day): Short Peach,
34. 3-Day Cycle EchoVector (3 Days, Day-over-Day): Short Grey, Short White
35. 2-Day Cycle EchoVector (2 Days, Day-over-Day): Short Yellow, Short White
36. Daily Cycle EchoVector (1 Day, Day-over-Day): Short Pink, Short White, Short Blue-Purple

37. Select Support and/or Resistance Vectors and/or Relative Price Extension Vectors (Various Lengths): Navy Blue and/or Blue Purple, Pink, Green, Red

COORDINATE FORECAST ECHOVECTORS: SPACED OR DOTTED
ADDITIONAL COORDINATE ECHOVECTOR LENGTHED PROJECTIONS WITH CORRESPONDING ECHOBACKDATE AND/OR ECHOFORWARDDATE PROJECTIONS: DOTTED

ACTIVE ADVANCED RISK MANAGEMENT OTAPS-PPS ALERTS

Introducing the Active Advanced Risk Management On/Off/Through Vector Target Application Price Switch. Position Management and Value Optimization Technology. See "OTAPS" Link Above Right.

ACTIVE ADVANCED POSITION MANAGEMENT DOUBLE LEVERAGE AND DOUBLE-DOUBLE LEVERAGE ALERTS

Introducing PROTECTVEST AND ADVANCEVEST Active Advanced Management (A) Double and (B) Double-Double Positioning Technology For Select Instruments and Key Focus Interest Opportunity Periods. See Links Above Right.

OPTIMIZING LEVERAGE RETURNS WITH DERIVATIVES AND SYNTHETICS

Introducing The PROTECTVEST AND ADVANCEVEST Active Advance Derivatives Management Levels 1, 2, 3 , And 4 Technology For Position Value Hedging and Value Optimizing Strategies. See The Derivatives Baskets Reference Guide Link And Levels Link Above Right.