Euro OAT

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Futures Quotes
1.5) Options Quotes
1.6) 20 Year Futures chart, monthly data
1.7) 3 Year chart, weekly data
1.8) 1 Year chart, daily data
1.9) Technical
1.10) Support & Resistance
1.11) Ranges & Price performance
6.5)   Exchange = Eurex
6.6)   Duration 8 1/2 to 11 Years
1.13) Contract Specifications each 0.01 = 25.00 EUR

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4) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

4.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
4.2) Eurex
4.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
4.4) US Rate Analysis Page
4.5) European Rate Analysis Page

5) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

5.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
5.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
5.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

5.4) Exchanges Traded
5.5) Brokerage Firms
5.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
5.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

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Peter Knight Advisor

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Euro Bund

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Futures Quotes
1.5) Options Quotes
1.6) 20 Year Futures chart, monthly data
1.7) 3 Year chart, weekly data
1.8) 1 Year chart, daily data
1.9) Technical
1.10) Support & Resistance
1.11) Ranges & Price performance
1.12)   Exchange = Eurex
1.13)   Duration 8 1/2 to 10 1/2 Years
1.14) Contract Specifications each 0.01 = 10.00 EUR

Educational

4) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

4.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
4.2) Eurex
4.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
4.4) US Rate Analysis Page
4.5) European Rate Analysis Page

5) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

5.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
5.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
5.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

5.4) Exchanges Traded
5.5) Brokerage Firms
5.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
5.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

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Peter Knight Advisor

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Euro Bobl

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Futures Quotes
1.5) Options Quotes
1.6) 20 Year Futures chart, monthly data
1.7) 3 Year chart, weekly data
1.8) 1 Year chart, daily data
1.9) Technical
1.10) Support & Resistance
1.11) Ranges & Price performance
1.12)Exchange = Eurex
1.13) Contract Specifications each 0.01 = 10.00 EUR

Educational

4) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

4.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
4.2) Eurex
4.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
4.4) US Rate Analysis Page
4.5) European Rate Analysis Page

5) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

5.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
5.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
5.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

5.4) Exchanges Traded
5.5) Brokerage Firms
5.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
5.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

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Peter Knight Advisor

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Euro Schatz

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Futures Quotes
1.5) Options Quotes
1.6) 20 Year Futures chart, monthly data
1.7) 3 Year chart, weekly data
1.8) 1 Year chart, daily data
1.9) Technical
1.10) Support & Resistance
1.11) Ranges & Price performance
1.12) Exchange = Eurex
1.13) Contract Specifications each 0.01 = 10.00 EUR

Educational

4) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

4.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
4.2) Eurex
4.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
4.4) US Rate Analysis Page
4.5) European Rate Analysis Page

5) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

5.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
5.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
5.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

5.4) Exchanges Traded
5.5) Brokerage Firms
5.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
5.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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3 Month Sterling

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Futures Quotes
1.5) Options Quotes
1.6) 20 Year Futures chart, monthly data
1.7) 3 Year chart, weekly data
1.8) 1 Year chart, daily data
1.9) Technical
1.10) Support & Resistance
1.11) Ranges & Price performance
1.12) Exchange = ICE
1.13) Contract Specifications each 0.01 = 50.00 GBP

Educational

4) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

4.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
4.2) Eurex
4.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
4.4) US Rate Analysis Page
4.5) European Rate Analysis Page

5) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

5.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
5.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
5.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

5.4) Exchanges Traded
5.5) Brokerage Firms
5.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
5.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

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Peter Knight Advisor

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Interest Rate Update 20181119

Since November 2015 Fed Chair Yellen and now Fed chair Powell have told us at every Fed meeting without exception the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates to at least 3.40% by December 2020.

For confirmation see all the Fed’s press conferences & statements from 2015 through 2018 directly on the Fed’s site.

At the last Fed press conference on the 26th of September 2018 Federal Reserve  Chair Powell told us,

“The US Economy is strong”
“Growth is running at a healthy clip”
“Unemployment is low”
“The number of people working is rising steadily”
“Wages are up ”
“Inflation is low and stable”
“All of these are very good signs”

It was the most glowing report by a Fed chair I have heard on the US economy in over a decade.

4:07 into the video below Fed Chair Powell once again reiterates where the Federal Reserve sees the rate they set and when.

2.15% Current
3.10%  December 2019
3.40% December 2020

Since Powell’s glowing report on the US economy

17 trillion in the face value of interest rate derivatives positions has gone from pricing in 2 of the Fed’s 5, 0.25% rate hikes by December 2020 to just 0.30% of the Fed’s anticipated 1.25% rate hikes by December 2020.

$13,250 Position Value 26 September 2018
$7,500 Position value 19 November 2018
$5,750

Market’s Rate Hike Expectations through December 2020

If this 17 trillion thought Powell and the Federal Reserve had any credibility the market would have gone from pricing in 2 of the Fed’s anticipated 5, 0.25% rate hikes to potentially 3 up to 5 of the Fed’s anticipated 5, 0.25% hikes.

Rate expectation chart

17 trillion in derivatives positions wasn’t alone in thinking the Fed is delusional about.

“The US economy is strong”
“Growth is running at a healthy clip”
“Unemployment is low”
“The number of people working is rising steadily”
“Wages are up ”
“Inflation is low and stable”
“All of these are very good signs”

Since the 26th of September 2018

The S&P 500 sold off 254.75 points from 2,927.00 to 2,672.25 or -8.70%

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The NASDAQ sold off 1,048.50 points from 7,619.00 to 6,570.50 of -13.76%

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Crude Oil fell $14.23 a barrel from $71.40 to $57.17  representing a decline of -19.92%

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And gold after 76 days of sideways volatility decided it was time to reverse it’s long term downtrend trend to up.

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The market is telling us the the the “Independent” Federal Reserve who dictates fiscal policy to the largest economy has no clue, but I guess this has bee clear Since Bernanke was chair

Bernanke’s calls on the US Economy prior to the US Financial Crisis Recession Depression. (and he gets paid $200,000 to $400,000 per speaking engagement)

I wholeheartedly believe US interest rates will rise to more normal levels but it will be fueled by deteriorating US credibility and escalating fiscal mismanagement and not economic recovery.

Interest Rate history prior to the current artificial and unsustainable lows

5.70% Average 1954 – 2007
0.68% Low May 1958
19.10% High June 1981

1953-2018 chart and monthly historical data

Really?

“The US Economy is strong”
“Growth is running at a healthy clip”
“Unemployment is low”
“The number of people working is rising steadily”
“Wages are up ”
“Inflation is low and stable”
“All of these are very good signs”

Here’s the true picture using the numbers posted on the Fed’s own site

  • Employed US population 2007-2018 is down 1.29%
  • Reported Consumer Prices up 47.84%, actual prices up 68.20% to 135.60%
  • 2000-2018 total Federal Revenue increased by 63.54%
  • 2000 to 2018 Federal debt increased by 265.30%
  • Average Treasury yield prior to “Economic Stimulus” = 6.26%
  • Average Treasury Yield since “”Economic Stimulus” = 2.59%
  • Each Taxpayer’s portion of the national debt, $44,069 to $142,698
  • If rates normalize debt service cost would consume nearly 40% of total Federal Revenue.
Actual Median Income Gold Price Income in Gold 2000-2018
2000 $41,990 $280 150 ounces
2018 $59,039 $1,270 46 ounces
Increase or decrease -69.03%
US Income & Population 2000 – 2018
Median Income Adjusted 0.01%
Median Income Actual 40.60%
Actual Income in Ounces of Gold -69.03%
Employed US Population -1.29%
Reported Consumer Prices (CPI) 47.70%
Growth in Federal Revenue 63.54%
US Population Growth 16.60%
Growth In Federal Debt 265.30%
Growth in Debt As A Percentage of GDP 83.60%
Increases To Consumers 2000-2018
Federal Debt Per Taxpayer 223.81%
Median Home Price 98.40%
Mortgage Debt Outstanding 99.60%
Median Rent 74.40%
Groceries 91.90%
Automobile (Honda Accord #1 Seller) 48.97%
All Consumer Energy Costs 89.60%
Consumer Gasoline Prices 115.30%
Heating Oil 151.20%
Consumer Electricity 68.20%
Personal Health Care 135.60%
Consumer Medical Care 89.10%
Tuition, school fees, childcare 132.30%
Water, Sewer Trash 108.80%
All Sectors; Debt Securities and Loans; 152.03%
BLS.GOV Inflation Calculator 47.84%
Average 100.22%
Spending & Debt 2000-2018
Gross Public Debt 247.46%
Federal Debt 265.29%
Interest Paid On The National Debt 21.05%
Total Annual Federal Spending 137.07%
Fed Annual Spending Per Capita 103.31%
Annual Healthcare Expenditures 246.23%
Annual Healthcare Per Capita 197.02%
Annual Defense Spending 142.19%
Annual Spending Welfare 142.18%
Annual Federal Pensions 141.74%
Annual on Social Security 120.51%
Federal Debt to GDP 83.60%
Total State Debt 118.18%
Total State Spending 131.58%
Total Local Debt 113.33%
Total Local Spending 83.83%
Local Annual Spending on Education 117.71%
Average 141.90%
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 2000-2018
Non Adjusted Growth in US GDP 88.54%
Non Adjusted GDP to Federal Debt 87.13%
Adjusted GDP to Federal Debt 83.60%
Stocks 2000-2018
Nasdaq 100 98.40%
DOW 125.18%
S&P 105.15%
Average 109.58%
Commodities 2000-2018
Gold 356.18%
Silver 212.21%
Platinum 85.74%
Palladium 104.29%
Copper 267.86%
Median Home Price 98.40%
Crude Oil 145.63%
Wheat 125.21%
Corn 82.55%
Soybeans 102.46%
Cattle 61.76%
Cotton 67.82%
Lumber 71.39%
Average 137.04%
Non US Stock Indices
DAX (2001) 146.43%
Swiss Market Index 24.36%
CAC 40 -3.15%
Euro Stoxx 50 (2001) -24.09%
Average 35.89%

Looking at the hard numbers it’s evident that true US inflation is running much higher than reported inflation.

This under reporting might be acceptable if median income was rising as quickly as true inflation but it’s not, Median Income from 2000 to 2018 was up a mere 0.0085% (adjusted) 40.60% (actual) while reported inflation was up 47.70% and true inflation over 100%.

During “Economic Stimulus” quality of life for US citizens has deteriorated faster than any other period since the Great Depression.

Why does the BLS.GOV under report inflation?

By under reporting inflation the US Government has been able to suppress interest rates, with it debt service cost. Currently the average interest rate paid on US Government Debt is 2.52% or 3.74% below the 20 year average of 6.26% prior to “Economic Stimulus”.

Average Treasury rates prior to “Economic Stimulus” = 6.26%


Average Treasury rates since “Economic Stimulus” = 2.59%

Primary Governmental Motivation

If inflation was being reported accurately and rates normalized it would cost the US. Government an additional 790 billion annually in debt service cost.

Should rate normalization occur, annual debt service cost would be greater than 1.3 trillion, consuming nearly 40% of all tax receipts.

Projected budget deficits would increase from 850 billion in 2018 to over 1.6 trillion.

Secondary Governmental Motivation

Currently desperate depositors looking for higher interest income to survive have been sucked into Treasuries with longer dated maturities. This has enabled the Federal Government to “fix” its debt for the longest period of time at the lowest rate on record.

As rates rise the liquidation price of these Treasuries will fall for example, if a 10 year is trading at 100.00 = liquidation value $100,000 with a yield of 3.00% should rates rise by 2.00% this Treasury will be discounted by $20,000 with its liquidation value falling from $100,000 at 3.00% to $80,000 at 5.00%. (10 year X 2.00% – $20,000)

My conclusion is the US and other countries will continue their inflation misrepresentations in an attempt to quietly monetize their debt. Their expectation is that incomes will eventually rise from inflation generating more tax revenue while at the same time the majority of Government debt is fixed greater than 6 years. End result increased tax revenue and discounted debt.

If you have questions send a message or contact me

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Peter Knight Advisor

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Palladium

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Trading methodology video (using Gold as the example)
1.5) Premium neutral collars to objectively define risk on every trade

1.6) 15 Year Monthly Data
1.7) 3 Year Chart, Weekly Data
1.8) 3 Month, Daily Data
1.9) 3 Day, 15 Minute Data
1.10) Futures Quotes
1.11) Options Quotes
1.12) Contract Specifications
1.13) Margin Requirement

Educational Videos & Links

Futures   Options   Gold & Metals   Stock Indices   Currencies   Interest Rates

2) General Information on Future Contracts and Futures Options

2.1) Futures Educational Videos (60)
2.2) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

3) Metals Educational Videos

3.1) How and Where Precious Metals Are Traded
3.2) Trading the Metals Markets
3.3) Fundamentals and Metal Futures
3.4) Understanding Supply and Demand: Precious Metals
3.5) Gold Futures Overview
3.6) Silver Futures Overview
3.7) Platinum Futures Overview
3.8) Understanding the Precious Metals Spot Spread
3.9) Understanding Futures Spreads
3.10) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.11) Metals Intramarket spreads
3.12) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread
3.13) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.14) Precious Metals Risk Management/Hedging and Ratios
3.15) What is the Precious Metals Delivery Process?
3.16) Introduction to Base Metals
3.17) Base Metals Supply and Demand
3.18) Supply and Demand: Ferrous Metals
3.19) What is Contango and Backwardation

4) Links

4.1) Median household income
4.2) Median home price
4.3) Income to Gold table
4.4) National debt to Gold table
4.5) Mortgage debt
4.6) Median Rent
4.7) Groceries indexed
4.8) Health care
4.9) Gasoline indexed
4.10) Consumer price
4.11) Gross Domestic product
4.12) Tax receipts. median home, M1, gold, CPI
4.13) Federal debt to debt service cost
4.14) National debt
4
.15) US debt service cost 1986-2017
4.16) CPI relative to short term deposit rates (negative rates of return)
4.17) CPI relative to long term deposit rates
4.18) US bank borrowing cost to lending rate
4.19) Emergency purchases of bank debt by the Federal Reserve
4.20) CPI using pre 1980 & 1990 calculations.
4.21) BLS.GOV “official” CPI
4.22) US debt to GDP ratio at 103.74%
4.23) US debt has grown 5 times faster than personal income ratio
4.24) US debt +859.05% employed population +6.80%
4.25) Total purchased by the Fed with created money
4.26) US credit rating versus other countries
4.27) 20 Year Chart US dollar Index

5) Metals Spreads

5.1) Platinum (PL) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.2) PL–GC last 12 months
5.3) Understanding the Platinum Gold Spread (Video)

5.4) Gold GC) Silver (SI) Ratio 20 year
5.5) GC/SI last 12 months
5.6) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread (Video)

5.7) Palladium (PA) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.8) PA – GC last 12 months

5.9) Gold (GC) Copper (HG) Ratio 20 year
5.10) GC/HG last 12 months using daily data

5.11) Gold (GC) Oil (CL) Ratio last 20 years
5.12) GC/CL last 12 months

6) Primary Metals Exchanges

6.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange/Comex
6.2) Additional Gold trading Information From the CME
6.3) London Metal Exchange

7) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

7.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
7.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
7.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

7.4) Exchanges Traded
7.5) Brokerage Firms
7.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
7.7) How To Open An Account

If you have any questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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Copper

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Trading methodology video (using Gold as the example)
1.5) Premium neutral collars to objectively define risk on every trade

1.6) 3 Day, 15 Minute Data
1.7) 3 Month, Daily Data
1.8) 3 Year Chart, Weekly Data
1.9) 15 Year Monthly Data
1.10) Futures Quotes
1.11) Options Quotes
1.12) Contract Specifications
1.13) Margin Requirement

Educational Videos & Links

Futures   Options   Gold & Metals   Stock Indices   Currencies   Interest Rates

2) General Information on Future Contracts and Futures Options

2.1) Futures Educational Videos (60)
2.2) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

3) Metals Educational Videos

3.1) How and Where Precious Metals Are Traded
3.2) Trading the Metals Markets
3.3) Fundamentals and Metal Futures
3.4) Understanding Supply and Demand: Precious Metals
3.5) Gold Futures Overview
3.6) Silver Futures Overview
3.7) Platinum Futures Overview
3.8) Understanding the Precious Metals Spot Spread
3.9) Understanding Futures Spreads
3.10) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.11) Metals Intramarket spreads
3.12) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread
3.13) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.14) Precious Metals Risk Management/Hedging and Ratios
3.15) What is the Precious Metals Delivery Process?
3.16) Introduction to Base Metals
3.17) Base Metals Supply and Demand
3.18) Supply and Demand: Ferrous Metals
3.19) What is Contango and Backwardation

4) Links

4.1) Median household income
4.2) Median home price
4.3) Income to Gold table
4.4) National debt to Gold table
4.5) Mortgage debt
4.6) Median Rent
4.7) Groceries indexed
4.8) Health care
4.9) Gasoline indexed
4.10) Consumer price
4.11) Gross Domestic product
4.12) Tax receipts. median home, M1, gold, CPI
4.13) Federal debt to debt service cost
4.14) National debt
4
.15) US debt service cost 1986-2017
4.16) CPI relative to short term deposit rates (negative rates of return)
4.17) CPI relative to long term deposit rates
4.18) US bank borrowing cost to lending rate
4.19) Emergency purchases of bank debt by the Federal Reserve
4.20) CPI using pre 1980 & 1990 calculations.
4.21) BLS.GOV “official” CPI
4.22) US debt to GDP ratio at 103.74%
4.23) US debt has grown 5 times faster than personal income ratio
4.24) US debt +859.05% employed population +6.80%
4.25) Total purchased by the Fed with created money
4.26) US credit rating versus other countries
4.27) 20 Year Chart US dollar Index

5) Metals Spreads

5.1) Platinum (PL) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.2) PL–GC last 12 months
5.3) Understanding the Platinum Gold Spread (Video)

5.4) Gold GC) Silver (SI) Ratio 20 year
5.5) GC/SI last 12 months
5.6) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread (Video)

5.7) Palladium (PA) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.8) PA – GC last 12 months

5.9) Gold (GC) Copper (HG) Ratio 20 year
5.10) GC/HG last 12 months using daily data

5.11) Gold (GC) Oil (CL) Ratio last 20 years
5.12) GC/CL last 12 months

6) Primary Metals Exchanges

6.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange/Comex
6.2) Additional Gold trading Information From the CME
6.3) London Metal Exchange

7) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

7.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
7.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
7.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

7.4) Exchanges Traded
7.5) Brokerage Firms
7.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
7.7) How To Open An Account

If you have any questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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Platinum

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Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Trading methodology video (using Gold as the example)
1.5) Premium neutral collars to objectively define risk on every trade

1.1) 3 Day, 15 Minute Data
1.2) 3 Month, Daily Data
1.3) 3 Year, Weekly Data
1.4) 15 Year Monthly Data
1.5) Futures Quotes
1.6) Options Quotes
1.7) Contract Specifications
1.8) Margin Requirement

Educational Videos & Links

Futures Options Gold & Metals Stock Indices Currencies Interest Rates

2) General Information on Future Contracts and Futures Options

2.1) Futures Educational Videos (60)
2.2) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

3) Metals Educational Videos

3.1) How and Where Precious Metals Are Traded
3.2) Trading the Metals Markets
3.3) Fundamentals and Metal Futures
3.4) Understanding Supply and Demand: Precious Metals
3.5) Gold Futures Overview
3.6) Silver Futures Overview
3.7) Platinum Futures Overview
3.8) Understanding the Precious Metals Spot Spread
3.9) Understanding Futures Spreads
3.10) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.11) Metals Intramarket spreads
3.12) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread
3.13) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.14) Precious Metals Risk Management/Hedging and Ratios
3.15) What is the Precious Metals Delivery Process?
3.16) Introduction to Base Metals
3.17) Base Metals Supply and Demand
3.18) Supply and Demand: Ferrous Metals
3.19) What is Contango and Backwardation

4) Links

4.1) Median household income
4.2) Median home price
4.3) Income to Gold table
4.4) National debt to Gold table
4.5) Mortgage debt
4.6) Median Rent
4.7) Groceries indexed
4.8) Health care
4.9) Gasoline indexed
4.10) Consumer price
4.11) Gross Domestic product
4.12) Tax receipts. median home, M1, gold, CPI
4.13) Federal debt to debt service cost
4.14) National debt
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.15) US debt service cost 1986-2017
4.16) CPI relative to short term deposit rates (negative rates of return)
4.17) CPI relative to long term deposit rates
4.18) US bank borrowing cost to lending rate
4.19) Emergency purchases of bank debt by the Federal Reserve
4.20) CPI using pre 1980 & 1990 calculations.
4.21) BLS.GOV “official” CPI
4.22) US debt to GDP ratio at 103.74%
4.23) US debt has grown 5 times faster than personal income ratio
4.24) US debt +859.05% employed population +6.80%
4.25) Total purchased by the Fed with created money
4.26) US credit rating versus other countries
4.27) 20 Year Chart US dollar Index

5) Metals Spreads

5.1) Platinum (PL) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.2) PL–GC last 12 months
5.3) Understanding the Platinum Gold Spread (Video)

5.4) Gold GC) Silver (SI) Ratio 20 year
5.5) GC/SI last 12 months
5.6) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread (Video)

5.7) Palladium (PA) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.8) PA – GC last 12 months

5.9) Gold (GC) Copper (HG) Ratio 20 year
5.10) GC/HG last 12 months using daily data

5.11) Gold (GC) Oil (CL) Ratio last 20 years
5.12) GC/CL last 12 months

6) Primary Metals Exchanges

6.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange/Comex
6.2) Additional Gold trading Information From the CME
6.3) London Metal Exchange

7) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

7.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
7.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
7.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

7.4) Exchanges Traded
7.5) Brokerage Firms
7.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
7.7) How To Open An Account

If you have any questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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Silver

Chart

Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Chart to initially qualify the trend using an EMA9, if price action is above the red line (EMA9) you’re in an up-trend, below the red line (EMA9) a down-trend.

1.2) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend using these indicators. If the chart in 1.1 and the trend confirmation in 1.2 do not agree stand aside.

1.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.4) Trading methodology video (using Gold as the example)
1.5) Premium neutral collars to objectively define risk on every trade

1.6)   15 Year Monthly Data
1.7)   3 Year, Weekly Data
1.8)   3 Month, Daily Data
1.9)   3 Day, 15 Minute Data
1.10) Futures Quotes
1.11) Options Quotes
1.12) Contract Specifications
1.13) Margin Requirement

Educational Videos & Links

Futures Options Gold & Metals Stock Indices Currencies Interest Rates

2) General Information on Future Contracts and Futures Options

2.1) Futures Educational Videos (60)
2.2) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

3) Metals Educational Videos

3.1) How and Where Precious Metals Are Traded
3.2) Trading the Metals Markets
3.3) Fundamentals and Metal Futures
3.4) Understanding Supply and Demand: Precious Metals
3.5) Gold Futures Overview
3.6) Silver Futures Overview
3.7) Platinum Futures Overview
3.8) Understanding the Precious Metals Spot Spread
3.9) Understanding Futures Spreads
3.10) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.11) Metals Intramarket spreads
3.12) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread
3.13) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
3.14) Precious Metals Risk Management/Hedging and Ratios
3.15) What is the Precious Metals Delivery Process?
3.16) Introduction to Base Metals
3.17) Base Metals Supply and Demand
3.18) Supply and Demand: Ferrous Metals
3.19) What is Contango and Backwardation

4) Links

4.1) Median household income
4.2) Median home price
4.3) Income to Gold table
4.4) National debt to Gold table
4.5) Mortgage debt
4.6) Median Rent
4.7) Groceries indexed
4.8) Health care
4.9) Gasoline indexed
4.10) Consumer price
4.11) Gross Domestic product
4.12) Tax receipts. median home, M1, gold, CPI
4.13) Federal debt to debt service cost
4.14) National debt
4
.15) US debt service cost 1986-2017
4.16) CPI relative to short term deposit rates (negative rates of return)
4.17) CPI relative to long term deposit rates
4.18) US bank borrowing cost to lending rate
4.19) Emergency purchases of bank debt by the Federal Reserve
4.20) CPI using pre 1980 & 1990 calculations.
4.21) BLS.GOV “official” CPI
4.22) US debt to GDP ratio at 103.74%
4.23) US debt has grown 5 times faster than personal income ratio
4.24) US debt +859.05% employed population +6.80%
4.25) Total purchased by the Fed with created money
4.26) US credit rating versus other countries
4.27) 20 Year Chart US dollar Index

5) Metals Spreads

5.1) Platinum (PL) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.2) PL–GC last 12 months
5.3) Understanding the Platinum Gold Spread (Video)

5.4) Gold GC) Silver (SI) Ratio 20 year
5.5) GC/SI last 12 months
5.6) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread (Video)

5.7) Palladium (PA) – Gold (GC) 20 year
5.8) PA – GC last 12 months

5.9) Gold (GC) Copper (HG) Ratio 20 year
5.10) GC/HG last 12 months using daily data

5.11) Gold (GC) Oil (CL) Ratio last 20 years
5.12) GC/CL last 12 months

6) Primary Metals Exchanges

6.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange/Comex
6.2) Additional Gold trading Information From the CME
6.3) London Metal Exchange

7) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

7.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
7.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
7.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

7.4) Exchanges Traded
7.5) Brokerage Firms
7.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
7.7) How To Open An Account

If you have any questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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