muses of the moment

February 17, 2014

Jesse’s update on Gold

Filed under: Gold and Silver Investing, Precious metals — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 3:34 pm

Click here. Gold and silver still holding its own. From Friday: “Gold ran right up to the chart’s first ‘red resistance’ line today at
1320 and stuck to it, with the usual wobbling back and forth. So needless to say it took out its 200 Daily Moving Average with some authority.  Silver popped a buck and change, and settled for 21.50ish.” Jesse from Cafe Americain.

John Williams from shadowstats.com

Filed under: John Williams shadowstats — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 3:29 pm

John Williams has released a few new updates. Here are the free summaries.

– As With December, January’s Small Headline Jobs Gain Was Statistically Insignificant
–  Annual Upside Bias in the Birth-Death Model Increased by 140,000, Despite Last Year’s 119,000 Overstatement of Jobs Growth
-Spurious Revisions Used to Spike Payroll Employment Levels Renewed
Concurrent Seasonal Adjustments and New Population Controls Make
Comparisons of Monthly Unemployment Detail Meaningless
– January Unemployment: 6.6% (U.3), 12.7% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats)

– Retail Sales Plunge Reflected Consumer Liquidity Issues More than Bad Weather
– Pattern of Collapsing Economic Activity Seen in Revisions
– Concurrent Seasonal Adjustments Already Skewing Jobs Revisions

– Downside Restatement of Recent Economic Activity Continues
– January Production Drop Was More than Bad-Weather Effects
– First-Quarter 2014 GDP Contraction and Downside Revision to Third-Quarter GDP Growth Increasingly Are Likely

Martin Armstrong’s Global Market Watch

Filed under: Martin Armstrong — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 3:26 pm

Sorry, guys. Groovygirl has been a little ill. Feeling better now.

It looks like you need to register for a free subscription for the Global Market Watch. Click here. Click on the global market watch in blue, go to the top bar and click on Global Market Watch, click metals, and it will ask you to login or register. Click register. You should get email updates after you register.

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