A list of commodities as they break out upwards from trading ranges, not necessarily 52 week highs but significant jumps.


Strange mystery at Comex on 7/28?

For the last several hours the gold market covered at https://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/gold has been open and trading.

Likewise, exactly the same, open and trading, December Comex gold, according to https://finance.yahoo.com/chart/GC%3DF

But for several hour the latter has been trading in a wide band near what would be dollars from an all time high.

So is there not enough money at Comex to put buy orders close to what buyers are paying? Or is there not gold available there to sell at the low end of the spread?

edit / Looking further, it looks like that is associated with expiring contracts, but it still is interesting that the top end of the spread is so close to an all time high.


Currencies globally haven't been remarkable in the past year, by region, aside from Africa which, as usual, has been hammered.


It looks like the UK is going to try to squeeze out another death spasm before its final spin.


Part of that will be hitting Russia and Turkey as hard as possible.



One that may be worth studying is Ghana whose chart initially looks like an inverse of the beginning of bitcoin but a country with a mix of social trends that look very strong i.e., beneficial for it..



The US dollar is in freefall against Mexico's peso.


Something that will accelerate when China flips the silver switch.


Once unemployment jumps https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/UNRATE and commodities surge the U.S. Fed will be in a squeeze and forced to look to a second line of defense.

Oats https://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/oat 

Uranium https://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/uranium