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Market Anthropology: The Trilogy

Sunday, October 2, 2011 The Trilogy Here are three eclectic and esoteric analog studies I have been following for additional color on this convoluted and treacherous tape. Whether or not they have replicative merit on the reflex of the move…

Market Anthropology: Treasure your Treasuries

Sunday, December 11, 2011 Treasure your Treasuries Analog studies are typically at best a broad delineation of future prices in a comparative market environment. They can at times give a very acute replication or fractal study of price structures (see Here or Here),…

Market Anthropology: Trapped

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Trapped Between the breakdowns in the US dollar and 10 year yields, precious metals have trapped the Johnny-come-lately and dogmatic bears and are surging higher this morning on the backs of their downtrodden miners.  From our…

Market Anthropology: Trade

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Trade Markets are increasingly complacent as we approach the widely telegraphed – and yet skeptically embraced ECB rate hike. In many ways this is reminiscent of the market dynamic in 1994 – except the ECB is…

Market Anthropology: Topspotting

Monday, March 28, 2011 Topspotting As a trader, I am always on the lookout for another perspective on things. Ratio charts can provide greater context than just the commodity or stock that you are trading. And just like any data…

Market Anthropology: Trade like Peyton

Thursday, May 5, 2011 Trade like Peyton Another day, another decline for silver – another margin hike by the CME.  This is what the back side of a parabolic commodity market feels like. It’s reinforcing, violent and often temperamental. Just…