What’s On The Radar?

If you’ve been reading my posts here for a while, then you know that we caught some large Moves in Miners Dec through Jan rising out of their bases.  When that move topped out, we switched to Energy from the end of Jan through Feb. While OIL sold off relentlessly, many of the energy stocks were forming sweet looking bases ( please see prior reports if you are new here.   ).  With both of those sectors,  I have also kept an eye on  the SPX, NASDAQ, NATGAS, etc.    So what has caught my attention lately?

On Feb 24 –  I called a likely temporary bottom in Gold using the charts below.

GOLD is in a squeeze with spikes along the bottom. This is a bullish set up


This next chart showed that  GOLD was  on a supporting trend line…



So a trade was likely presenting itself




$SILVER  was also has a bullish Squeeze


 The recent move in Copper caught my eye too


Again back on Feb 24 , I pointed out  that some miners like GG, NEM, ABX , etc were actually holding up well during the recent sell off, saying…  

” NEM  looks like it started a new leg up. GG has only pulled back 50% , a normal bullish re-trace ( so far). “


But is this another great run up like in Dec through Jan?  If you know what to look for, there will be signs as to whether it is or whether  it will just suck in the longs and turn downward again, like it has so many times before. I have identified these moves accurately  in the past, and have prepared the Chartfreak Premium readers for this current move and what to expect going forward.


  And the Energy stocks? Did they top out after that last run?   Many ran higher and seem to be forming bases again, but these bases can break out higher or crash back down to lows if OIL begins selling off again.  Since many think that OIL is still going to the mid 30’s, are these bases trade-able?

REXX –  I pointed to this Inverse H&S set up as of Feb 24.  Still going sideways, how can we tell if it is a good entry?

REXX feb 24

 SFY– Earnings already out, no surprises in that area.

SFY Feb 28

1. There are many energy stocks that have developed strong bases, and some we have seen 50% to almost 100% gains off of the lows  in 1 month, since they were first mentioned here at the end of January.   GDP, EXXI, BAS, REXX are a few good %-Gainers from those lows, others like WRES, NADL, DNR  have run up & pulled back.    Since “Buys” were  called over a month ago, are these going to recover further?  Or was that just a dead cat bounce?

2. Is this “Low” in GOLD & MINERS the real deal for another strong leg higher?  Could it just roll over after drawing in some long positions?

3. What about the Nasdaq? I actually called for 5200 possible target back on Feb 9 after breaking back above the 50sma.  This is my NASDAQ FEB 12 chart.  I have stated recently that after tagging that 1st target of ‘5000 nice round number’,  we may  just  pullback and test the break out ( or worse)?  Today we tagged 5000 .

NAZ feb 12


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