Bill Baruch, President of Blue Line Futures joins Blake Morrow on Traders Summit!
-The S&P has been struggling to keep any gains, adding volatility progressively each day.
-There is a measured downside to the S&P, with 4030 being a level that Bill feels is favorable to begin building a long position.
-Keep an eye on Consumer Staples VS Equities, as the ratio is turning.
-Core CPI for March was contained within expectations. Wheat and Copper are both down 10%, but there are still inflation tailwinds.
-With asset prices at these levels, there is an opportunity for longs with measured downside risk.
-Gold & Silver have not performed positively lately. However, when looking at the price appreciation since the beginning of the pandemic, Precious Metals investors have done well. On a longer term chart, a Cup & Handle formation is apparent.
-When the June Contract in Gold rolls off, will that be the catalyst for the bulls?
-$21.50 is the 50% Fibonacci Retracement from the pandemic lows for Silver. The 50DMA is a bellwether indicator for Silver.
-The US Dollar has run aggressively against the Chinese Yuan. In the long term, China does not want their purchasing power to diminish.
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