We finished a very heavy week filled with all kinds of data:
Fitch downgradeEarnings — Amazon up, Apple downJobs report — wages risingTreasury Yields higher — at October 2022 highsRecord temperatures around the globe, including winter in S. AmericaOil prices rise 6 weeks in a row
The metals are holding their ground.
The first chart shows gold in contango, which is when the futures price of a commodity is higher than the spot price. Contango occurs when an asset’s price is expected to rise over time.
Gold spot futures closed right round $1957 per ounce. The GLD ETF chart shows it in a caution phase under the 50-DMA.
The leadership indicator shows GLD slightly outperforming the SPY or benchmark. SPY closed down on the week from $456.92 down to $447, or about 2.2% lower. Gold closed down from $181.86 to $180.20, or about 1.1% lower. Stronger than the SPY on a percentage basis.
GLD’s momentum on the Real Motion indicator turned up some, yet remains in a bearish divergence to price. SPY’s momentum also fell and sits just below the 50-DMA (first time it broke that momentum line since March) while the price is above it — that is a bearish divergence in momentum.
The point is, that if SPY falters more from here and GLD rises, this will confirm the first indication of risk off… something to watch for the coming week.
Silver is still underperforming gold and is also in contango.
Silver futures closed under the 50-daily moving average but over the 200-DMA. $23.50-24.00 gives us a good range to start from this week. Above $24 and we would be encouraged to think silver has more upside. And in the case of the next chart…
We would think that SLV could gain leadership against gold, which the leadership indicator currently has underperforming. If so, that would be positive for both metals and a sign inflation is increasing.
SLV the ETF, like the silver futures, closed under the 50-DMA and is in a warning phase. The momentum indicator has silver waning in momentum, so the decision on the next price move for silver could be evident as quickly as this week.
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S&P 500 (SPY): 450 pivotal, 440 support at the 50-DMA.Russell 2000 (IWM): 191 is the 23-month holy grail; 193 July 6-month range high.Dow (DIA): 35,000 support.Nasdaq (QQQ): 365-380 range.Regional Banks (KRE): Back over 48 looks okay; under 44 not so much.Semiconductors (SMH): 161 now more in the rear view; 150 in focus.Transportation (IYT): July 6-month calendar range high at 259.30, closed below it — caution.Biotechnology (IBB): Compression between 123-130.Retail (XRT): 66-67.40 short-term range.
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