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Is Alf Field Right?
« on: November 16, 2011, 11:30:01 AM »
Below is a link to Alf`s views on where we are in this metals bull market and one can draw conclusions about what this may mean for the future of coin prices.
For those who do not know Alf he uses The Elliott Wave Principle to predict the movement of metals prices and has been extraordinarily accurate since he started writing very early in this bull market. He was one of the early pioneers of metals price prediction. If Alf is right we have a long time to go and much higher prices ahead.

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/field/field111611.html

The article is long but is interesting and well worth the read. To see how astute this man has been all of his writings can be viewed at the 321gold website.
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2011, 12:19:34 PM »
Below is a link to Alf`s views on where we are in this metals bull market and one can draw conclusions about what this may mean for the future of coin prices.
For those who do not know Alf he uses The Elliot Wave Principle to predict the movement of metals prices and has been extraordinarily accurate since he started writing very early in this bull market. He was one of the early pioneers of metals price prediction. If Alf is right we have a long time to go and much higher prices ahead.

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/field/field111611.html

The article is long but is interesting and well worth the read. To see how astute this man has been all of his writings can be viewed at the 321gold website.


Thanks for the link.  I have a friend that reads up on this guy and heard many good things about his prediction of the PM market.  Thanks to your link I have read up on EW and still dont fully understand it!  LOL  BUT it kind of reinforced my belief that PM is in for a hell of a bull market after a correction.  Hopefully we can look back on this and smile in 5-10 years from now. 

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2011, 12:40:46 PM »

Thanks for the link.  I have a friend that reads up on this guy and heard many good things about his prediction of the PM market.  Thanks to your link I have read up on EW and still dont fully understand it!  LOL  BUT it kind of reinforced my belief that PM is in for a hell of a bull market after a correction.  Hopefully we can look back on this and smile in 5-10 years from now.  

Elliott and it`s brother Fibonacci are most accurate after the fact, there are always a number of possibilities before hand and that is a major limitation to correctly using Elliott. Field states his reservations about using Elliott as a forecast model. However, he has been uncanny in accurately using it ahead of price movements. Is this prophesy as his speech suggests?
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2012, 06:28:06 PM »
As a follow up this article was posted today on the 321gold website:

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/field/field011312.html

If Alf has made another correct call then "look out above".

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2012, 08:38:36 AM »
Alf`s previous Elliott Wave forecasts have mostly concentrated on the price of gold. He has now applied the Elliott Principle to silver`s possible future value in the next bull up leg.


http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_12/field013112.html
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2012, 11:05:55 AM »
Eliot wave analysis is totally subjective as to what qualifies as a wave and what doesn't. It's just a mental construct for framing market moves rather than a real forecasting tool.

So its usefulness comes down to the skill of the individual forecaster.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2012, 12:24:48 PM »
It`s true that Elliott wave is subjective. It`s also true that skill is involved in using Elliott as a forecasting model. Lets just say that Mr. Field has been extremely skillful in using Elliott to project waves since the start of this bull market. I believe it is also fair to say that since 2001 the gold market has followed a very distinguishable Elliott pattern which he has called in advance.
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #7 on: March 01, 2012, 09:43:49 AM »
This is Mr. Field`s observation on the meaning of yesterday`s big sell off:

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/field/field030112.html

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #8 on: March 01, 2012, 11:00:24 AM »
I can thank Uncle Ben for my trade in AGQ as he made me VERY HAPPY!

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #9 on: August 25, 2012, 10:47:46 AM »
"The bottom line is that we now have a really strong probability that the correction which started at $1913 on 23 August 2011 has been completed both in terms of Elliott waves and also in terms of time elapsed. If this is correct, the gold price should soon be expressing itself in violent upside action as it moves into the third of third wave which is still targeted to reach $4500."

This is the summary of Alf`s latest analysis dated July 31, 2012 on 321gold. If he is correct again we are at the beginning of Elliott Wave 3 of 3. According to Elliott theory this wave is typically the longest and strongest segment of any bull market. Wave 3 of 3 would then be followed by waves 4 & 5 of 3 before a major wave 4 correction sets in. If this is the case then we have a long way to go before this market reaches full maturity and it`s speculative blow off phase (major wave 5 up - which is itself divided into 5 lesser waves - and in commodities often extends itself and can be the longest).

It does appear that this is a legitimate breakout in metals and if Alf is right should be the start of a powerful move in metals and likely Modern Chinese Coins as well.
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #10 on: August 25, 2012, 01:47:11 PM »
Alf is right but I do not understand Elliot wave theory.  Here is what I understand, possibility of mid East war is going up, gold/silver bullion supplies are very low, most financial instruments are not making a return on investment but gold is, crop failure is another commodity that is going up quick, huge western debt that is unpayable means paper money goes down in value and buys alot less, Europe's future looks grim and most are selling their gold/silver for food/bills like the US former middle class has been, etc.    MCC have very low inventory as so many dealers have stated.    The demand has increased as the public is now buying.    When will prices rise?    Bullion is on the move. (I was not in the market when this happened 3+ yrs ago.)     Maybe bullion prices next week will bring some answers..................... 

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2012, 12:47:08 AM »
Jan 18/11 Alf Fields said gold to hit $1650 in an upmove that was to start 'within the week'
http://www.jsmineset.com/2011/01/18/a-note-from-alf-fields/

Since many sheeple follow that Jim Sinclair, many of those sheeple probably bought short term gold calls and got their head handed to them.

It actually took almost 7 months to hit $1650


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as for his current prediction, I predict you will be able to buy gold at $1640 or less at some point over the next three weeks. and while that may be a good entry, there is a chance that when Europe falls apart in Sept gold could correct a fair bit. Europe is having a hard time doing additional stimulus. China and the US dont want to pour on stimulus and get sideswiped by a European collapse or war or something.

My local restaurant here in the Vancouver area started asking for payments not using a credit card, with a big sign at the door. They're a popular outlet, about a $1.5m revenue a year business. But the credit card fees and payment delays are killing them. I have heard and seen other similar movements away from credit locally also.

So we're about a year behind Europe?

If merchants are going to that extreme, are their owners going to have the extra money to buy gold and silver?





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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #12 on: August 26, 2012, 10:24:54 AM »
Precious metals are still manipulated so a price drop can happen quickly.  When it does many will sell their positions and the strong hands will accumulate as usual.  So I am not sure if this is the big breakout, which will eventually happen.  I had no clue that local businesses were not able to get credit.  This is news if credit is wiped out for local companies as they will have to fold.  Many live and now will die by credit cards.  Late and delayed payments does not look good.  Also, wouldn't this hurt the purchase of expensive MCC over cheap bullion prices?................

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #13 on: August 26, 2012, 12:06:08 PM »
@davidt3251

US is actually ahead of Europe regarding the crises its just delayed.

A google translation of an article because of the visit of Geithner to Germany- I put the important stuff bold which you have to compare with Europe:

The question is also whether the U.S. really in crisis suffices as a model. The country has reached a debt of 100 percent of gross domestic product. This means that the liabilities are as high as the economic performance of a year. In the current year, the state is the fourth time in a row from one trillion U.S. dollars more than it earns, the deficit corresponds to 8.5 percent of economic output. Even the currently meager growth in the U.S. is financed almost exclusively on credit.

Compared to the U.S., the debt crisis of European countries except Greece suddenly seem pretty harmless. That the U.S. is not yet even slipped into a debt crisis, only one reason: the biggest economy in the world so far benefited from the fact that the demand for their bonds is so great - and the interest rates so low. Should change this, however, the United States could even slip into a gigantic financial crisis. In terms of debt and its fight Geithner is certainly not the most trustworthy guide.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #14 on: August 26, 2012, 01:57:40 PM »
Yeah, there's only one reason Tim Geithner
even has this job, according to the New York Times, anyways.

http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2011/11/nyt-comes-pretty-damn-close-to.html

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #15 on: January 04, 2013, 08:26:04 AM »
Here`s the latest from Alf Field:

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/field/field010313.html

We have achieved another meaningful Elliott point in the metals market correction and this would suggest that the time is right for the next major rally. However, over the recent months of the decline it seems as though an "invisible hand" of selling appears whenever the metals prices look to be poised for an up move (as the stock market looks to be propped up when a decline begins). The selling in the paper metals market does not seem to be consistent with the physical demand at hand.

Are we experiencing a Gettysburg moment where a decisive battle rages between the "invisible hand" and the "physical market" for the domination of gold and silver prices (and perhaps the onset of free market forces)?

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #16 on: January 04, 2013, 09:21:14 AM »
For any Forum members who are not familiar with Gettysburg this is where a great battle was waged in the American Civil War. It was the decisive victory of the North and allowed its army to dominate the war from that point forward.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #17 on: January 04, 2013, 10:00:54 AM »
As long as gold/silver is manipulated, we will not see fair market value.  When supply is gone then we will go to a parabolic spike in metal prices or fair market value.  The Govt does not want this to happen as it will signal the decline or end of the US dollar so alot is at stake.  Bullion has huge world wide demand and supply is very low.   The link below is a short article about demand from Tom Cloud of the National Numismatic Associates.  He emailed me back and they only sell bullion. The big boys are buying but the general public is still clueless.  When the public catches on it will be too late as supply will be gone.  This forum and its members/readers are in a good position...........

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http://dollarcollapse.com/precious-metals/tom-cloud-the-pieces-are-in-place-for-a-gold-rally/

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #18 on: January 04, 2013, 10:32:03 AM »
Interesting update on current demand pandamonium. The battle appears to be underway.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #19 on: January 04, 2013, 11:42:00 AM »
Like a coiled spring, when she rips you don't want to be in the way.
Check the divergence between Ag and the national debt.



Au for comparison.


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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #20 on: January 04, 2013, 01:30:25 PM »
The Federal Reserve is going to end QE earlier than expected resulting to gold price fell as much as USD48 an ounce to USD1626 today.

Always remember that the market are tend to go the other opposite direction from the masses.

Whatever chart you use are useless hence it can't give direction for future. Chart could only tell you what have already happened.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #21 on: January 04, 2013, 01:37:11 PM »
The Federal Reserve is going to end QE earlier than expected resulting to gold price fell as much as USD48 an ounce to USD1626 today.

Always remember that the market are tend to go the other opposite direction from the masses.

Whatever chart you use are useless hence it can't give direction for future. Chart could only tell you what have already happened.


 Did you read yesterdays Wall Street Journal Money section? Asian investors still buying PHYSICAL gold and storing in non Banking institutions like the one at Singapore airport. It was an interesting, researched article not a snippet.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #22 on: January 04, 2013, 02:04:18 PM »
metals always get whacked pre job numbers release

« Last Edit: January 04, 2013, 02:13:13 PM by cabaretvolt »
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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #23 on: January 04, 2013, 04:12:04 PM »
The Federal Reserve is going to end QE earlier than expected resulting to gold price fell as much as USD48 an ounce to USD1626 today.

Always remember that the market are tend to go the other opposite direction from the masses.

Whatever chart you use are useless hence it can't give direction for future. Chart could only tell you what have already happened.


Straitssettlementshop,

What is the Fed really telling us about a possible end to QE? Would this be a recognition and admission of the futility of trying to control the markets with Fed "tools" (or are they perhaps saying we are out of ammunition)? If either is the case then would this be an indication that a free market environment lies ahead?

Regards,

Pandamania

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #24 on: January 04, 2013, 09:59:51 PM »

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #25 on: March 02, 2013, 04:26:04 PM »
OK so what is going on in the metals market? Gold/silver stocks are getting crushed while metal prices continue to hold above their correction lows. Coin prices have turned up and the demand for physical metal is soaring.

I learned a long time ago that it doesn`t pay to argue with the market since it usually wins and can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent. However there are so many discrepancies occurring one has to wonder what forces are in play.

As indicated gold/silver stocks, whether high quality or small cap, have been taken to extremes never seen in this bull market and perhaps much longer. It would be relatively easy for players with very deep pockets to temporarily control the gold/silver stock market by controlling the short positions in industry leaders Newmont and Barrick, while the rest would follow this lead. Is this what`s happening?

Gold/silver stock measures are at levels that would be concluding lows in major bear markets. For example, the XAU stocks ended last month with readings that have very little room for additional decline. Long term monthly MACD closed February at -10.54 (compared to the prior bull market low of -7.58 at the end of the crash of 2008/9 on April 1, 2009). The Williams Index monthly (an oscillating momentum measure on a scale of 0 (highest) to -100 (lowest)) stands at -99.21 (the prior bull market low was during that dramatic 2008 sell off at an extremely oversold reading of -87.97
on 10/1/08). Other measures are at similar extremes.

Gold peaked at a bit over $1900 in 2011 and quickly fell to a low of around $1560 in September, 2011.There have been several attempts for gold to follow the gold stocks lower but it has continued to hold above its May 2012 low of about $1530. Likewise silver quickly fell from its 2011 highs to around $26 in September, 2011 but that low has been tested twice again and held each time.

Overall coin prices appear to be turning up as can be seen from the 3 year PCGS charts:

http://www.pcgs.com/prices/Graph.aspx?range=3%20years&filename=index

Despite the extreme pessimism in the gold/silver markets and stock markets MCC`s and American Eagle graded coins have generally held up well since the lows (particularly older coins). As we have all read on the Forum and elsewhere the numerous reports on the increasing demand in the physical metals market.

If one were to hazard a guess, it appears quite possible that there has been a concerted effort to knock down the gold/silver stock market in the expectation that metal prices would follow suit. If there is such an effort underway, outside normal market forces, to influence and control gold/silver prices and the market (as believed by many) so far it does not appear to be working. And if gold/silver prices fail to break what would happen (providing manipulative attempts are currently in control) once market forces take affect.



 


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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #26 on: March 02, 2013, 05:46:10 PM »
If one were to hazard a guess, it appears quite possible that there has been a concerted effort to knock down the gold/silver stock market in the expectation that metal prices would follow suit. If there is such an effort underway, outside normal market forces, to influence and control gold/silver prices and the market (as believed by many) so far it does not appear to be working.

Looks like it's working the same as it always has to me.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #28 on: March 04, 2013, 04:17:00 PM »
Gold and silver stocks were once again taken behind the woodshed and badly beaten. However these strange divergences continue:

- Gold/silver prices steadfastly refuse to break below their lows of 2011 and 2012 (so far).

- Alf Fields analysis and projection of January 13, 2012 remain in effect (my interpretation of that writing).

- Both XAU and HUI are very close to important Fibonnaci corrective retracement levels of 61.8% (an area where corrections often end) while gold is only off some 19% form its high (why such a  huge difference between the gold/silver stocks and the gold paper market price?)

Providing that metals prices do not take out the lows this should be very bullish for both metals and metal stocks.

Here`s some interesting analysis from Minyanville on other historically low gold/silver stock ratios and what it may mean short term:

http://www.minyanville.com/sectors/precious-metals/articles/Precious-Metal-Stocks-Most-Oversold-Relative/3/1/2013/id/48471?camp=syndication&medium=portals&from=yahoo

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #29 on: March 21, 2013, 04:27:52 PM »
Given today`s action in the markets some of these divergences may have started to resolve.

-Gold/Silver prices appear to be turning up away form their lows after failing to make new lows.

-Alf fields analysis and projection of January 13, 2013 remains in effect.

-Both the XAU and HUI have held their Fibonacci retracement levels of 61.8 and both had the strongest day in a long time (no indecisiveness today).

-The Minyanville analysis for the short term looks on target

In addition, although the Dow made a new marginal high there is still a cautionary flag for the market unless the S & P`s also confirm the new high. It`s too early to tell for sure but the broad market may have topped. It`s important to watch the metals market as the stock and medals market have had a strong inverse relationship in effect lately. It may be time to batten down the hatches (as old sea dogs used to say).



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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #30 on: March 21, 2013, 09:17:55 PM »
Pandamania, metals have bottomed.  What will happen next and what is Alfs time frame?.........Also concerning the Cyprus problem.  The Russians were notified before the collapse and they go their cash out.......

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #31 on: March 22, 2013, 06:09:10 AM »
Pandamonium,

Alf`s target in his January 13, 2012 projection for the magnitude of the next wave (wave 3 of 3) was roughly $4500. As he said in a January 3, 2013 update once the bottom of this corrective wave is confirmed and gold gets above $1800 he will be refining his forecast (it looks like we`ve hit bottom to me too although we could still test that). Alf doesn`t project a time frame for the next up move but according to Elliott theory wave 3 of 3 is normally the longest and strongest of a bull market. Based on the length of the corrective wave I would guess that 3 of 3 would last at least 2-3 years, which given the remaining waves following that we still have a long time frame in the metals bull market.

Regards,

Pandamania

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #32 on: April 15, 2013, 03:29:44 AM »
This is Alf Field`s first update in over a year and his take on recent market activity:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_12/field041413.html

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #33 on: April 15, 2013, 04:42:15 AM »
I think Alf needs a new set of tea leaves...or maybe chicken bones.
Why do you say this?
How do you see it playing out?

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #34 on: June 02, 2013, 11:44:03 AM »
The chances are very good that we have finally witnessed the bottom of this metal market correction and the top of the stock market up move from 2009.

As long as the metal socks continue to outperform gold/silver and hold their recent lows on the XAU/HUI the next move up could be significant. It`s quite encouraging from a contrary viewpoint that we have seen sentiment and xau/spx ratios at historic lows while the price of gold has only corrected from $1900 to $1350.

The NYSE has recently recorded all time margin debt, usually an indicator of a market top and bullish sentiment has been extreme.

Unless we have more highly unusual surprises this bodes very well for the MCC market.

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Re: Is Alf Field Right?
« Reply #35 on: June 03, 2013, 09:06:15 AM »
I agree.  As much cash China is throwing around the world to buy assets, (art, real estate, businesses, mines, farms, etc.) it would take just a little of their cash mountain to remove supply and boost price of MCC.........