USD and Gold Cycle Update

By: Surf City | Thu, Feb 9, 2017
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Just a quick update on the USD and Gold. Today's move by the USD finally seemed to put a pause in the relentless uptrend by Gold and the Miners. I have the USD on day 6 now in what is very clearly a new short term Trading Cycle.

My cycle analysis indicates that this USD Trading Cycle uptrend should top out sometime in the next two days if it is to be a Left Translated cycle that fails. If it does not, this would be an early warning that the USD may have also found its longer term Intermediate Cycle Low as well.

So from a Price and Time perspective, we should see the USD top out on or before day 8 somewhere between 101 and 102. Should my analysis be correct, we should likely see a drop in Gold to test the 10ema (and the Miners as well). HCLs are often swift intraday moves that test or breach the 10ema sometime towards the 20ema.

The spike down to these levels should be intraday only and we should not see a close below the 10ema in Gold. If we did see a close below this level, that would be somewhat concerning with Gold only on day 9. Overall, I see the next day or so as an excellent opportunity to add to your positions should you be under allocated.

Daily US Dollar Chart

Daily Gold Chart

 


 

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Author: Surf City

Surf City

Surf City is 60-year-old retired Information Technology Executive and Software start-up Entrepreneur living near the beach in California.  He has been an active investor and trader since the mid-1980s. Analytical by nature, his sound investments over the years allowed him to retire at a relatively early age of 55.

In addition to the standard Technical Analysis tools of Edwards and Magee, Surf is a disciple of Walter Bressert's Cycle Methodology and Stan Weinstein's Stage 4 Market annalysis. Surf combines these skills to develop his unique "Cycle Price Channels." Some call them "Surf's ForkCycles."

In addition to Bressert, Surf also utilizes the Gann expertise of his colleague, Norvast to collaborate on possible turn dates. The combination of Bressert and Gann Cycle methodologies along with Surf's Price Channels allow the Subscribers to "Visualize" where Surf feels price is likely heading, topping or bottoming.

Surf is also an avid teacher and mentor who enjoys helping others learn the tools of the trade.

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