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2012/05/18: Courtesy ‘Brief Update’ and Correction on FT link

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Short & Sweet on the specific market comments in this post, because today’s TrendView Brief Update was an extended discussion of the various price trend at a psychologically important juncture after the recent market ‘disconnect’. In fact, quite a bit of that is follow-up on the other asset classes (i.e. outside of equities) psychology and technical trend structure after the extensive background in yesterday’s post.

And that includes an important correction for a link in yesterday’s post. After our glowing reference for James Mackintosh’s coverage of the weakness in Gold reflecting some broader tendencies we had been anticipating for some time, the link provided for the online version of his Short View column was incorrect. That has now been addressed, and we still encourage even those who had read the post to revisit the link into the video embedded in the online version of his assessment. Apologies for the error and any duplication of effort, but the video is well worth viewing.

And the technical aspect of the evolution of the ‘macro-technical’ perspective is still very important with such fraught fundamental tendencies still affecting the markets. After all of the background factor assessment yesterday, we cover some very interesting specific technical aspects in today’s Brief Update…



…including the psychological background on the recent moves in the euro currency and Japanese yen, obviously along with the key technical parameters to watch from here. The primary government bond markets near term critical resistance levels are also reviewed, along with a quick revisit to the critical nature of the equities psychology at current levels.

However, we also refer our readers back to yesterday’s post for the discussion of the Gold and Copper markets as representing the speculative and industrial aspect of the metals trend.

The Current Rohr Technical Projections – Key Levels & Select Comments (also available in the right-hand column) from Monday are still relevant in spite of the somewhat significant moves in the markets this week.

Thanks for your interest.

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