Guyana…

Once resistance is breached, this should explode…

SCO–short OIL…

Once $36.50 is breached, $40.00 is next…

Note the IHS, right shoulder could take awhile to form…

oil paradigm shift ahead

Global Macro long term trades:

Short Crude Oil
Short US petrodollar
Long Metals in particular copper
Long EV battery components … graphite, lithium, cobalt, nickel, rare earth metals, etc
Long coal, natural gas, uranium … power station fuels

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Be good. Spock ūüôā

Rock Explosion of the day

Gold COT Position

I’m a little unclear about the concern looking at this chart

Basic Materials

This is Rambus Favorite Sector

Just your Basic Bull Market

So wtf is a Basic Material ?

Stuff ! There is a Bull Market in Real Stuff !

Ha….who knew ?

DWDP DowDuPont Inc.
MON Monsanto Co.
PX Praxair Inc
ECL Ecolab Inc
APD Air Products & Chemicals Inc
SHW Sherwin-Williams Co
PPG PPG Industries Inc
LYB LyondellBasell Industries N.V.
IP Intl Paper Co
NEM Newmont Mining Corp
FCX Freeport-McMoRan Inc
NUE Nucor Corp
VMC Vulcan Materials Co
ALB Albemarle Corp
WRK WestRock Co BLL Ball Corp
EMN Eastman Chemical Co
MLM Martin Marietta Materials
FMC FMC Corp
IFF Intl Flavors & Fragrances
PKG Packaging Corp of America
AVY Avery Dennison Corp
SEE Sealed Air Corp
CF CF Industries Holdings
MOS Mosaic Co.

GDX 60…

Back test off upper trend line of BULLISH descending wedge…

Quick update: GLD

Looking at gold I determined it’s simply history repeating itself again. Without rambling too much I’ll let the chart speak. In my opinion, from the current level on gold – you have a risk of $12 drift lower to the bottom of the wedge. Yet you have a reward potential of $75 as EVERY past fractal/wedge pattern traded out 80-100%+ of the decline. Thats 1:6 risk/reward. Pretty good. It’s a matter of when – not IF, in my opinion.

Unfortunately GDX doesnt seem to have tracked as well in the past when overlayed on this chart – but if this is a new bull, who knows this time?

$NDX

As of now, it’s failing to make a higher high….

 

inventus

http://www.inventusmining.com/

 

 

Inventus Mining Corp (IVS-V) Show 'Inventus Mining Corp (IVS-V)' Company profile Profile   Search site for 'Inventus Mining Corp (IVS-V)' Search   - Website   - Forum   - SEDAR   - Chart  
Price: $0.30   Open Rec: See Strategy
Market Cap: $30,091,321   WC % of Mkt Cap: 0%
Working Cap: $95,664   As of: 6/30/2017
Issued: 100,304,403   Insider %: 64.2%
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Key People: Stefan Spears (CEO), Carmelo Marrelli (CFO), Paul Mankoo (COO), Andy Bite (VP EX)
Overview: Inventus Mining Corp listed on the TSXV on Sept 5, 2007 as a Haywood IPO called Ginguro Exploration Inc whose initial focus was the Minnitaki gold prospect in Ontario. In early 2008 Ginguro optioned the El Alto IOCG prospect in Chile but by early 2009 Michael Byron had resigned as CEO and in July 2009 Ginguro acquired a private company which had a 70% option on the Pardo project in Ontario plus 100% owned surrounding ground. Pardo is a paleoplacer gold prospect explored during the fifties for uranium after the Elliott Lake discovery and which was withdrawn from staking during the Bear Island Indian Caution from 1974-1996. Duncan McIvor, who died in 2010 of cancer at age 52, became interested in the gold potential through Randy Turner’s Triex in 1998-2000 and after his Endurance Gold Corp went IPO in 2005 he acquired Pardo which Endurance optioned to a private company that Ginguro acquired. Ginguro vested for 70% of Pardo in 2012 and dropped the Chilean project to focus on demonstrating a gold resource for the Witwatersrand style conglomerate beds. Rob McEwen started backing the Pardo project in early 2013 but Ginguro and Endurtance ended up in a dispute over expenditure allocation to ground owned 100% and 70% by Ginguro. Ginguro changed its name to Inventus on May 5, 2015 and in early 2016 Eric Sprott joined McEwen as a financial backer which was followed by a 2:1 rollback on May 12, 2016. In Nov 2016 Wayne Whymark retired to make way for Stefan Spears as the new Chairman & CEO. A week later Endurance agreed to sell its 35.5% Pardo interest for 25.5 million Inventus shares giving it 100% of the entire land package. The challenge for Inventus at Pardo is two-fold: 1) delineating the gold-bearing conglomerate beds which have undergone local block faulting, and, 2) coming up with a reliable method for measuring the gold grade of the nuggetty mineralization. The 2017 program involves drilling 130 shallow holes on a 50 m by 50 m grid and a 1,000 tonne bulk sample leading to a maiden resource estimate by early 2018.