When looking for a good theme for this post I pondered for a while and then decided to use a picture of a bristlecone pine, which are widely considered to be the oldest living trees in the world. You can find them near the Nevada/California border and if you wind up traveling in the area then I strongly recommend that head over to Bishop and from there head up high up into the White Mountains.
Our previous gold campaign ended yesterday and so did yours if you followed my advice to advance your trailing stop to somewhere below 1355. However if you did not you then may want to check your trading account as the non-farm payroll numbers just dragged it to the woodshed for an extended session of rectal probing.
Not sure what exactly is cooking this morning but I’m seeing setups crawling out of the woodwork. Time to hone our trapping skills! I’ve taken the liberty to post an instructional video that should get you going. I’m not sure how twerking and dub stepping fits into the hunting procedure but being a city boy I gladly yield to the experts.
It’s that dreaded day after Independence Day. The weather is gorgeous and I don’t really feel like trading either. The thought of just phoning it in had occurred to me, but as the new month just rolled over I thought I may as well take another peek at our monthly charts. Which uncovered quite some interesting perspectives that I’m eager to share. But no worries – we’re keeping it light and easy today. Consider this a purist’s approach to market analysis as we’re going to ignore everything but Net-Lines.