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SPX and GDX in Perspective

Below are daily charts of the S&P 500 and the gold miners index ETF, GDX. Right now, it seems as though these two are trading inversely for the most part. Odds are we see a gap down Friday in the stock market and a gap up in GDX. This should be followed by a strong rally for stocks into Monday and a strong drop in GDX. Overall, the stock market looks lower into April 21 with gold stocks trading higher.

S&P500 Daily Chart
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GDX Daily Chart
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