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For today, another word about BRICS and the recent headline “BRICS nations agree to expand developing world bloc”. Why is this important?
At a time when the world is experiencing de-globalization, an alliance of countries, including Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa and possibly India, is a potential threat to the West. Currently, more than 40 countries have expressed interest in BRICS, with 22 already formally asking to join. The dollar is below the July 6-month calendar range high now, while gold returned over the July 6-month CR low. Silver improved its phase. Yields rallied through the TLTs and are threatening to outperform the SPY, a risk-off scenario.
SLV is above the 50-DMA for an improved phase change to bullish. The Real Motion indicator shows improved momentum. Plus, Silver is now outperforming the SPY — inflationary, and perhaps the first sign of risk-off.
GLD also improved its phase to Accumulation. More noteworthy than silver, it is outperforming the SPY; that is a sign of risk-off, even with the indices rallying today.
On Real Motion, GLD had a mean reversion. Metals look strong. Furthermore, the Dollar looks vulnerable, failing the July calendar range high. TLT looks like a huge potential double bottom in the making, going back to October 2022. And even China got a bid, now having to hold above 26.50 or its July 6-month calendar range low.
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- S&P 500 (SPY): 440 now back to pivotal.
- Russell 2000 (IWM): Popped off the key support. 185 pivotal.
- Dow (DIA): Will watch to see if it can back over 347.
- Nasdaq (QQQ): 363 back to key support.
- Regional banks (KRE): Still needs to get back over 44 to be convincing.
- Semiconductors (SMH): 150 back to pivotal.
- Transportation (IYT): 239 still support to hold with 252 biggest overhead resistance.
- Biotechnology (IBB): Compression between 124-130.
- Retail (XRT): 62.80 the July 6-month calendar range low that failed yesterday, saw a return above today.
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