FLASH GAGE – Here We Go Again!

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Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren a voting member said today that he backed gradual interest rate hikes. He indicated that waiting too long risks some asset markets like commercial real estate “becoming too ebullient.”

He said, “My personal view, based on the data that we have received to date, is that a
reasonable case can be made for continuing to pursue a gradual normalization of monetary

So for all who hold equity positions you can thank Mr. Rosengren for a 270 pt. decline in the Dow so far today.

The price of gold and silver under pressure also after his comments holding right at the support levels I indicated this morning. My fear is, if the dollar strengthens further this afternoon, I believe both gold and silver support levels will be violated bringing more momentum to the down side.

My advice is watch the horizon. In other words keep a close eye on the markets this afternoon.

Have a nice weekend.

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