Wait, What ? … We Really Do Need Cows ?
Unprecedented times, yields unprecedented events.
It looks like cow dung (i.e., fertilizer) is literally turning into gold.
From the October 12th, 2021, update:
“What happens when the public realizes all-at-once, it’s the food supply that’s not ever (in quantity) coming back?”
Of course, in our upside-down world, if dung is turning into gold, well then gold must be turning into, um, something akin to dung; and so, it is.
For those who have been monitoring this site and others like ice age farmer, this news is nothing new.
The assessment that gold (GLD) was in a reversal (up-thrust) test, published hours before the Fed announcement, appears to be correct.
From the mining sector, the Junior Miners (GDXJ) have been hit the hardest being down about – 10.7%, for the week (early session).
Junior Miners, GDXJ:
We’re going to use the weekly close chart of GDXJ, as presented in the January 24th, update; more specifically, this statement:
“If GDXJ really has pivoted more aggressively to the downside, price action will ‘get itself into the channel’ by accelerating sharply lower.”
So, let’s take a look.
GDXJ Now (early session):
It’s still a long way to go before the close. However, action seems to be accelerating lower into the new more aggressive down-channel.
More detail in the zoom chart below.
As a courtesy, although not obligated in any way, the following is from the company’s trade spreadsheet (not advice, not a recommendation).
The ‘share size’ has been changed to indicate percentage of the position.
Frist, we had DUST-21-01, closed out (details discussed here) and then JDST-22-01, opened. We’ll call that initial open as 100%.
Then, additions were made and one reduction before adding again. Those changes are shown as percentages of the original size.
Example: If the original entry on 1/19, was 10,000 shares of JDST, then on 1/20, that amount was increased by 348, shares and so on.
The table below provides the dates and entry/exit prices (not advice, not a recommendation).
There may still be opportunity to increase position size.
However, it’s obvious at this point, the market’s in decline and volatility likely to increase all the more.
It’s literally been four months or longer, to plan this trade. As of this post, the combined position is up a nice +31%
The next order of business is to monitor action and locate potential exit targets and stop levels.
Meanwhile, the cow dung becomes ever more valuable. 🙂
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