Herding Towards The ‘Beast’
Are assets flowing out of gold, into Crypto?
Time stamp 9:27, at this link, Kyle Bass gives his perspective on why the precious metals (along with equities) have not launched higher.
‘People moved to other assets’
Insanity seems to be the go-forward behavior of what’s happening world-wide and in the markets.
Who knows how long the delusion(s) will last?
From a predictive programming standpoint, it’s interesting the typical symbol for crypto, the most popular ‘Bitcoin’, is colored gold.
Which brings us to the actual chart of gold (GLD).
Gold (GLD) Weekly
From a Wyckoff, tape-reading approach, we have to trust what the chart is telling us.
That is, gold has reversed.
Earlier posts on gold and the miners have effectively stated, there’s no more ‘fear’ to be had save an outright nuclear detonation.
If that happens, it’s doubtful that anyone will be running to the gold market for protection.
Does everyone have Potassium Iodide tablets? If there’s an ‘event’, they’ll be worth their weight in gold (literally).
The Noose Tightens
Constriction, elimination of the food supply (along with everything else) continues and is accelerating.
Fortunately, or unfortunately depending on perspective, we’re watching a potential major opportunity unfold.
That is, the opportunity to acquire hard precious assets when (nearly) everyone else liquidates.
Gold to Crypto
Is that even possible?
Would gold (and miners) be sold off to buy Crypto?
According to Kyle Bass in the link above, it’s already happening and has been for a while.
From a ‘beast system’ standpoint, it makes perfect sense, going from the pure (i.e., gold) to man-made, corrupt.
Junior Miners, GDXJ
The last post showed GDXJ, at the danger point.
This (juniors) sector seems to be the most sensitive to metals fluctuations. So, we can use it as a leveraged proxy for the overall market.
One has to wonder what kind of ruse will be created to have the masses dump their precious metals ‘stack’ and panic into crypto.
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