I appreciate the emails and notes from so many who took some time out to write and help me get my head on straight when it comes to interpreting my own chart.
A falling GDX to GDXJ ratio does indeed note that GDX in UNDERPERFORMING the latter. That would mean the opposite is occuring from what I wrote!
Maybe one of these days I will get some sleep and think clearly again. My apologies to the readers and my appreciation for your forebearance.
What the falling ratio would indicate is that the large caps are underperforming against the smaller mid caps and juniors in general.
I am going to leave the former post up as a monument to my denseness. Just flip the analysis around and you will have the right picture. You might also want to focus on some of the stocks I have detailed and compared to silver to get a view of actual company performances against the metal.
I will probably be pressed for time in mentioning this, but if some of you have some particular silver stocks that you want to compare to the performance of the underlying metal send some of the names here and I will attempt to construct the charts so that you get a visual graph of how it is faring.
Thanks again to all
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