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Sentiment Indicates Extremes of Emotion for Lots of Commodities

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Posted by Bob Moriarty via Streetwise Reports

on Friday, 26 January 2018 05:55

Goldbullbear630Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold discusses the role of sentiment in the commodities markets and what it means for investors.

We have an interesting situation where a number of commodities are pressing at sentiment extremes all at the same time. Since the S&P and Nasdaq are both US stock market indexes, it is perfectly natural for their sentiment readings to be similar. After all, the indexes are alike in that they are bundles of different shares. In the same way, you can reasonably assume that the DSI for gold and silver to be close, they are both precious metals.

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