-- Published: Sunday, 21 February 2016 | Print | Disqus
By Warren Bevan
Markets and stocks reached very overbought readings this past week and are now setting up to either consolidate and move higher, or move lower.
Both scenarios will work off the overbought condition.
The metals rested, then shot back up in very volatile, unpredictable action so let’s check out the levels I’m watching in the metals this weekend.
Gold lost 0.96% after a volatile week.
Above $1,240 would be positive while under $1,200 would be quite negative.
Ideally, we range between those two levels for a couple or few weeks and that would be a nice platform to move higher from.
Silver fell 2.75% as it chops around between $15.75 and $15.25.
A move above or under those two levels would be positive or negative respectively.
I’d prefer to see silver chop around for a few weeks but the action is looking more and more like a major low may be in for the precious metals but I’m not quite ready to declare that yet.
Platinum lost 1.79% this past week but it’s holding $940 support for now.
$920 is also a support level while a move above $960 would be very positive.
It‘s all up to gold and silver where platinum goes and I do watch and talk about them daily in my daily letter to subscribers.
Palladium lost a hefty 4.45% this past week and looks to be breaking below the rising channel now.
Support sits at the $490 area so that should be as far as palladium drops if gold and silver do continue to chop around.
It continues to be a tough year but large money can be made quickly when the right setups form so we mostly wait for them, although, I’m heavily short right now, but that may not last long.
Thank you very much for reading and you can find out more about what I do for members as we focus on leading stocks for the most part at http://wizzentrading.com
If you found this information useful, or informative please pass it on to your friends or family.
The free weekly newsletter “Wizzen Trading” does not purport to be a financial recommendation service, nor do we profess to be a professional advisement service. Any action taken as a result of reading “Wizzen Trading” is solely the responsibility of the reader. We recommend seeking professional financial advice and performing your own due diligence before acting on any information received through “Wizzen Trading”.
| Digg This Article
-- Published: Sunday, 21 February 2016 | E-Mail | Print | Source: GoldSeek.com