This is what I was talking about, please pay attention to the long term chart of Gold miners - HUI index this time.
Disclosure - TNR Gold is holding shares of McEwen Mining now after the recent deal on Los Azules Copper, when our company has received NSR Royalty on the whole giant deposit. This picture above demonstrates the recent capitulation and very strong rebound today. What will happen next, nobody knows, but Los Azules, which is primed for M&A now will be a very good asset to have in the turning Gold market.
"We have a nice rally in Gold today after Gold miners have paved the way by reversing last couple of days. Nobody believes this rally, so we have the very good set up for the real bottom now. Needless to say that gold miners are in a total capitulation and have reached the record oversold levels even below 2008 panic!
Nobody knows the future, but Koos Jansen will be the very good guide into the China's appetite for Gold and Charles Nenner has made quite a bold call on Gold to bottom now. Any pause in US Dollar growing up into the sky will be welcomed by gold and reignited by the short covering now.
Swiss Gold Referendum remains the wild card with potential 1,500 t of Gold to be bought by SNB in case of Yes Vote. Read more."
Charles Nenner has quite a few very impressive calls on different markets. His today calls sound totally contrarian for the mainstream investors. US Dollar is rising to the sky, markets are hitting all-time-highs. Lets put him on the record here today. In this interview he confirms his call for Gold cycle to bottom now and his upside target of $2,100. Chinese seems to be following his ideas ...
The day will come when even God forgotten juniors will get the bid based on the real assets they hold.
Presentation: TNR Gold Receives Royalty From McEwen Mining On "One Of The Largest Undeveloped Copper Projects".
Thursday November 06, 2014 15:34
We now have a 10-year triple bottom for gold shares as measured by the HUI Index. Have we now seen a capitulation in the gold shares? Or are we destined to go still lower?
Actually, in terms of the TSX-S&P Gold Share Index shown below on your left, that question was answered on Friday, October 31, when, on extremely heavy volume, the index fell precipitously from what had been a 110-year low of 160 to a low of 131.04. For a second day in a row it gapped down dramatically at the open. But at least today it didn’t finish on the low. It bounced back from 131.04 to close at 134.62 More on Kitco."