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DrBubb's Diary - Dec. 2017 Trading - v.107

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Top of Page Charts (Odd) : Channel-GE : MP : PP : Charts : Acore : Fringe : Ag B E G H :

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3d : ag : au

China/SGE: 4,200 RMB/kg / 6.150 = $ 683 / 35.274 = $19.36 (discount of about 20-25 cents?)

Goldstock : HK-2840 : GBS.L : GLD : GDX : NUGT : tza/faz -- HKpeg : DXY : StkX : 10-d : SPX : sjw : img :

HK 3081: 2899: 1051: hs / UK: POG / ABX : Sil : IAG : dba-etc. ... lot : PB : CVN : CC2 : BTC : SLV-lv


He's Getting more popular as we move into a new year, and people see Trump's leadership is working for a growing number

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Meantime, the Lie stream Media pumps out more and more anti-Trump fake news

The public seems to not be buying it

Pew: Trump media three times more negative than for Obama, just 5 percent positive

The media’s coverage of President Trump has been overwhelmingly negative, more than three times more critical than the initial coverage of former President Barack Obama and twice that of former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

The Pew Research Center said that the early coverage of Trump was 62 percent negative. By comparison, Obama’s coverage was just 20 percent negative.

. . .

The media story reviewed the tone of coverage of Trump’s first 60 days in office and found that just 5 percent was “positive.”

By comparison, Obama’s coverage was 42 percent positive.


If Trump's approval rating keeps climbing, he may soon take efforts to throttle lies in the press, which may then increase his popularity because the leftwing press is more and more hated

Donovan - Season of the Witch


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BTS ... 10d


12/26: 0.2511 x15930(0000)=4000:$970:16900Mar(4200):4244/(4200:100.%)+000:
12/27: 0.2521 x15680(0000)=3952:1130:16810Mar(4200):4238/(4200:100.%)+160:
12/27: 0.2500 x15760+0150=3940:1200:16960Mar(4350):4240/(4200:100.%)+060:
12/29: 0.2776 x14260+0300=3958:1040:15300Mar(4450):4246/(4150:97.7%)+060:
12/29: 0.2758 x14328+0300=3952:1022:15350Mar(4500):4234/(4200:97.7%)+060:
12/30: 0.3100 X13350+0300+=4139:0350:13700Mar(4350):4247/(4050:99.3%)+070:

12/30: 0.5584 x12745+0050=7117:-024:12721Mar(4100):7103/(4050:57.0%)
12/31: 0.5481 x13100+0000=7180:+070:13150Mar(3950):7208/(3950:54.8%)
12/31: 0.5566 x12779+0000=7112:+040:12819Mar(3950):7135/(3950:54.8%)
.225 x 12750= $2869

01/01: 0.5208 x13675+0000=7122:+070:14470Mar(3950):7536/(3950:52.4%)




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Miners Are At Another Inflection Point

Price pattern sentiment indications and upcoming expectations

Thus far, the GDX has been rather predictable, at least within pennies of our targets. But, now we are faced with another test being presented in the GDX. The question before us, which will likely be decided in the coming week or two, is if the GDX is going to continue much higher and begin to confirm that the larger degree 3rd wave rally has begun, or if we will roll over to extend this 2nd wave pullback into early 2018. 

But, I will need to see the GDX break through the 23.30 region for me to begin to become a believer that the more immediately bullish potential will be seen. Until such time, I remain quite cautious as we now reside at a resistance point which can turn us down again into early 2018 to extend this pullback off the September high.

Again, my intention is to provide you a road map for impending market action based upon what I am seeing in the market at the time of my writing this article, and I am using the GDX as my proxy for the metals market. But, overall, I am looking for a very bullish 2018 in the metals complex once we complete this 2nd wave pullback.


> http://www.kitco.com/commentaries/2017-12-27/Miners-Are-At-Another-Inflection-Point.html

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Housing Bubble 2.0: U.S. Homeowners Made $2 Trillion On Their Houses In 2017

Americans who are lucky enough to own their own little slice of the 'American Dream' are about $2 trillion wealthier this year courtesy of Janet Yellen's efforts

Americans who are lucky enough to own their own little slice of the 'American Dream' are about $2 trillion wealthier this year courtesy of Janet Yellen's efforts to recreate all the same asset bubbles that Alan Greenspan first blew in the early 2000's.  After surging 6.5% in 2017, the highest pace in 4 years according to Zillow data, the total market value of homes in the United States reached a staggering all-time high of $31.8 trillion at the end of 2017...or roughly 1.5x the total GDP of the United States.

If you add the value of all the homes in the United States together, you get a sum that’s a lot to get your mind around: $31.8 trillion.

How big is that? It’s more than 1.5 times the Gross Domestic Product of the United States and approaching three times that of China.

Altogether, homes in the Los Angeles metro area are worth $2.7 trillion, more than the United Kingdom’s GDP. That’s before this luxury home on steroids hits the market.

In the New York City metro, total home values equal $2.6 trillion, more than the French economy — and enough money to buy 8,494 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners.

Of course, as we pointed out at the end of November, while staggering, the pricing gains on housing only look to just now be heating up...

As the latest housing data shows an uptick in sales, Case-Shiller's 20-City Composite index surged 6.19% YoY in September - the fastest rate of gain since July 2014.

As Bloomberg notes, the residential real-estate market is benefiting from steady demand backed by a strong job market and low mortgage rates. The ongoing scarcity of available houses on the market, especially previously-owned dwellings, is likely to keep driving up prices.

Eight cities have surpassed their peaks from before the financial crisis, according to the report.

All 20 cities in the index showed year-over-year gains, led by a 12.9 percent increase in Seattle and a 9 percent advance in Las Vegas (slowest gains in Washington area at 3.1 percent, Chicago at 3.9 percent)


Luckily, American's are too 'smart' to get crushed by another housing crash this cycle...no, this time around they're not taking any chances and are instead taking all their equity out of their  homes to buy Bitcoin...which is a genius plan if we understand it correctly.


> https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-28/housing-bubble-20-us-homeowners-made-2-trillion-their-houses-2017

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Thanks to StunLee - Wow, what a great video on WHITE LEFT / Bugmen, also known as "soyboys"


Thanks to SJW idiots like Justine Trudeau, "White Left" has become an insult in China.

Maybe the Canadian government should have an enforced Transexual operation for such people,

Slice off the grapes, and let them go Full-"fruity" - then, no turning back for such insane delusional idiots.

When the society around them makes a hard turn to the Right, they can be left as a historical reminder of the present period of insanity.

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A Round Trip for Gold (measured in Oil barrels) during 2017


After a correction of almost two years, the Ratio may jump again.

This looks like an A-B-C may be finishing

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