Junior Gold Stocks: Textbook Volume

By: Stewart Thomson | Tue, Oct 22, 2013
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Oct 22, 2013

  1. The US government is finally releasing the jobs report today. Most institutional players are expecting the report to show that about 180,000 new jobs were created in September.

  2. Many analysts believe this report is not too important, because data may be missing due to the government shutdown.

  3. Regardless, if the report shows 200,000 (or more) jobs were created, I expect " taper caper" talk to begin again, and that could put a bit of pressure on gold prices.

  4. If the report shows very few jobs were created, gold should surge higher.

  5. Please click here now. That's the daily gold chart, and from a technical perspective, gold and silver look quite good.

  6. Gold has staged an upside breakout from a bullish wedge pattern, and my stokeillator (14,7,7 Stochastics series) is in a rising mode.

  7. An uptrend is defined as " rising highs and rising lows". Gold needs to rise above the minor trend highs of $1330, $1351, and $1375.

  8. $1375 is a particularly important price area, because it represents the right shoulder high of the head and shoulders top pattern that many gold bears are focused on.

  9. A move above $1375 would destroy the top pattern.

  10. Please click here now. That's another look at the daily gold chart. If the breakout from the wedge pattern is real, gold could easily pull back to the $1300 area, or even lower, before moving higher.

  11. That pullback could make the chart more bullish, because it would create an inverse head and shoulders bottom pattern, with a target of $1400 - $1425.

  12. If gold can rise above the highs near $1432, many momentum-oriented investors would likely buy gold, and that would add more upside pressure to the price.

  13. I believe that gold is likely to trade at $1480 before it trades at $1180.

  14. What about silver? Please click here now. This daily silver chart is very bullish. If silver can rise above $22.50, I think momentum players could push the price to the key $25 HSR (horizontal support and resistance) area.

  15. Arguably, both senior and junior gold stocks are even more bullish than the metals are.

  16. Please click here now. You are viewing the GDX daily chart. Note the HSR line that I've highlighted in the $28.50 area. That line is important because these are the highs that were created by the Fed's " no taper" statement.

  17. Trading volume surged as those highs were made, so $28.50 is clearly a key price that big players are focused on. If GDX can stage an upside breakout from the green bullish wedge pattern, an assault on the " no taper" highs is very likely.

  18. It could be argued that there is also a substantial double bottom pattern in play, with the first bottom defined by the July lows in the $22.50 area, and the second bottom defined by the lows in the same price area that were made just a few days ago.

  19. The neckline is the HSR zone at about $31.50, and the upside target of the pattern is $40.

  20. Please click here now. The same double bottom formation is apparent on the GDXJ chart, and the trading volume pattern is excellent.

  21. Double bottom patterns are reversal patterns, a nd they usually precede substantial intermediate or primary trend movement.

  22. A classic double bottom pattern tends to be defined by high volume on the first bottom, and low volume on the second bottom.

  23. That's certainly the case here, with GDXJ! Many individual stocks show similar chart formations, which is great news for junior gold stock investors.

  24. The technical target of the GDXJ double bottom pattern is $75, and the " launchpad" is likely a 3 day close above $55!

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