The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) is used to forecast the likelihood of future economic activity because it tracks the movement of bulk commodities by measuring the changes in shipping costs. So what is the BDI chart telling us now?
Evrim Resources Corp., EVM.V, a prospect generator, shows it can “bounce back” from a market set-back. Here’s a look at the chart for Evrim Resources.
We made a good call on the S&P TSX Global Gold Index recently. Now we’re seeing a similar pattern emerge in the GDXJ, a junior gold miners ETF. Here’s our chart analysis and what to expect.
The Dow Jones has penetrated support at the base of the Ichimoku Cloud, despite a lack of selling. So let’s take a look at a few other major stock market indices to see if their charts indicate a similar lack of participation by sellers and what that might mean.
Will retail investors or pro traders come out on top after the world’s first global economic shutdown? We take a deeper dive into who has the better strategy.
This gold chart just signalled to us that now may be the time to buy gold stocks. So what is this signal and why is now finally the time? Read on to find out.
When you have looked at enough charts over a very long time – sometimes you notice the obvious, and sometimes you do not. The weekly chart for the Dow tells us that we are witnessing something truly unusual – a strong, broad-based decline across many different sectors of the market that lacks volume confirmation.
Here’s the simple truth on COVID-19 and what it means for the stock market. We make a bold prediction on how to invest through the coronavirus pandemic.