Now that Mario Draghi, the head of the ECB, has spoken we will let the market decide how it wants to interpret his language. Early indications show the market liked what it heard from "Super Mario" and the shorts are getting squeezed out of the major index markets again.
Of the three equity markets we track in this report, only the DOW has not confirmed itself to be in a bull market.
Earlier today the gold market shot over the psychological $1,700 an ounce level based on concerns that the ECB would be printing more money. That coupled with the Fed printing dollars would lead to inflation worldwide. It was exactly one year ago today that gold made its all-time high of $1,920.26 an ounce. We have been, and continue to be bullish on gold and silver.
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