Regular readers should now be familiar with a well-worn traders' adage that we highlighted back in February of this year. When this pattern emerges, it could mean big rewards. Here's one stock chart pattern to look for.

Recently all eyes have been on gold – and to a lesser extent, silver. So what about copper?  Here is a breakdown of the key level of copper, as well as a bellwether stock for the sector.

Milestones don't come along every day – that's why when they do, we should pay very close attention. Otherwise, it might be an opportunity missed. And Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) just released its blueprint for the next decade.

The merger of RandGold and Barrick Gold was announced in September 2018 and took effect at the start of 2019. So let's take a look back at what was promised and what was delivered.  

Based on this chart, THIS is the long-term gold price target that we expect to see. Don't let this once in a lifetime opportunity pass you by!

The copper chart has made some key moves lately. Here's a look at the technical stock chart of copper and what it could mean for the price of the bellwether metal.

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.

We take a close look at the technical chart for Wallbridge Mining (WM.TO), a small gold stock, to see how it behaves after it fails to find support at a key long term internal support/resistance level. Then, we show you why and how it became a winning trade.

We look at the weekly chart for copper and examine the True Strength Index (TSI). Before we get started, let’s brush up on what the TSI is used for and why it is particularly useful when analyzing the longer-term weekly chart for copper.

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.