Trading Gold with Precision Timing!

In late May of 2019, while other market forecasting services were suggesting that gold would continue further to the downside, Sid was bullish. Those other forecasters remained bearish until gold broke out above the 2016 high. What good did that do anyone? Now, with gold only about 5% percent above that 2016 high, those other guys are very bearish on gold once again. Why? Because Elliott Wave theory, when used alone, is dangerously subjective. However, when Elliott Wave is combined with a dissimilar but equally robust methodology (like Hurst Cycle Analysis), a different forward roadmap often emerges.

Video Highlight from Sid’s May 29, 2016 “Counts” Webinar – featuring GDX

The following is a two-minute video clip highlight from my May 29, 2016 “Counts” Webinar.  This clip features coverage of GDX. Please join me for my Weekly “Counts” Webinar, where I go over all of my Elliott Wave counts and associated Fibonacci price targets for many of the world’s major stocks markets, commodities, currencies, and […]

Highlights from Sid’s Weekly “Counts” Webinar (August 9, 2015)

The video clip below contains highlights from my Weekly “Counts” webinar from three days ago (August 9, 2015).  Included are portions of my analysis of the Dow Jones Industrial average, GDX, and the US Dollar Index.  ALL of the calls in this video were contrarian against the so-called “consensus trades”, like long dollar, and short […]

Updated Elliott Wave Analysis of ASA by Sid from

Updated Elliott Wave Analysis of ASA by Sid from  Click on the charts to enlarge. Back on July 2nd, I posted a workup on ASA Gold and Precious Metals Limited.  Since then, ASA has continued lower, and yesterday reached a significant Fibonacci target of $8.94, where wave 5 blue equaled the net traveled by […]