Intermediate Decline

oo

http://postimg.org/image/6mrgnbest/

Friday was day 29 for Gold’s daily cycle. Gold is getting late in its timing band to print a daily cycle low. Instead of printing a swing low, gold delivered a bearish surprise on Monday.

gold

http://postimg.org/image/yyd0kcyp9/

Gold broke lower on Monday, extending its daily cycle decline out to day 30. The break lower also breached the intermediate cycle trend line, which signals that the the intermediate cycle is is decline. While this daily cycle did not fail, the prognosis is not good for the next daily cycle. With gold only on week 15, that leaves plenty of time for gold to print one more, failed daily cycle to complete the intermediate cycle decline.

With the dollar on the precipice of an intermediate cycle decline, the expectation would be for gold to be sniffing out the imminent dollar decline and rallying into a new daily cycle. This break in expectation is a warning signal.

Bonds also signaled their intermediate cycle decline on Monday.

tlt weekly

http://postimg.org/image/szz7a4fql/

Bonds are on day 17 of a failed daily cycle. With bonds on week 22 there is the potential for the forthcoming daily cycle low to also mark the intermediate cycle low. However, I believe that bonds have begun their yearly cycle decline as well.

There are two scenarios for a yearly cycle decline for bonds. The first scenario would see this intermediate cycle extend by one more failed daily cycle extending this intermediate cycle out to about week 28. A second possibility would be for bonds to print another intermediate cycle. That would extend the yearly cycle out to month 18 or 19, which is a low probability scenario.

Advertisements

7 thoughts on “Intermediate Decline

  1. Hi,
    On the gold chart, can you please explain why you have not drawn the intermediate trend line from the November low, which I believe was the prior intermediate low? The next touch would be the December low. This line would not have been broken yesterday.

    • Canice,

      Typically I would draw my trend line off the intermediate low as you suggested. I felt that the fist daily cycle back tested the intermediate low. When that happens I will use that to draw the trend line.
      LM

      • You are the expert and I am the beginner and I have noted the precision in your charts so I am concerned with your consistency on this. As recently as your report on Jan 30 you showed Dec 1 as the DCL and Day 1 of a new daily cycle and you drew the intermediate trend line starting with the Nov low.

      • Canice,

        I believe that you are referring to the gold chart that was posted here.
        That chart was a daily chart and the post from last night was a weekly chart.
        I hope that clears this up for you 🙂

        LM

      • Ok, Now I understand your reference. Yes I did have the trend line originally drawn off the both the November and December lows.

        As the cycle developed it became apparent that the December low, which back tested the November low, aligned with other points (4 points). Which allowed for the trend line to be drawn.

        In other words,
        1) the back test of the low was closed enough to the low.
        2) then came alignment with other weekly points

        LM

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s