news.goldseek.com / By JS Kim / Sunday, 14 May 2017
Earlier, in February/March of this year, on my SKWealthAcademy SnapChat channel, I warned daily of potential deep pullbacks in the asset prices of gold and silver that then materialized. In mid-March as gold/silver prices recovered, I wrote a blog article, here, titled, “Expect Divergences, Not Convergences, Between US Stock and PM Asset Prices for the Remainder of the Year.” This too has manifested, almost to perfection, thus far. As you can see from the chart below, after I posted that article, gold and silver mining stocks rose and US stocks fell. Then US stocks rose and gold and silver mining stocks fell. Will this relationship remain for the rest of 2017 as I predicted? Maybe not as perfectly as the below chart illustrates, but I still believe that this relationship will hold true in general for the rest of the year.
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