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Jordan Roy-Byrne

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Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT, MFTA is the editor and publisher of TheDailyGold Premium service, our premium publication which emphasizes market timing and stock selection for precious metals investors. I’m a Chartered Market Technician and Master of Financial Technical Analysis. My Masters Thesis, which earned me the MFTA designation was published in the International Federation of Technical Analysis Journal. Currently, no other technical analyst covering precious metals possesses the MFTA designation. I earned a degree in General Studies from the University of Washington with a concentration in Internal Economic Development. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my wife, fitness, football and travel to National Parks. https://thedailygold.com/

Positive Divergences Abound in Precious Metals – Jordan Roy-Byrne

Positive divergences within a downtrend are important because they can precede a bottom and trend reversal. Our most recent editorial noted some positive divergences...

Video: When Will Gold Decouple from Stock Market? – Jordan Roy-Byrne

In this video, we look at historical performance of Gold and the stock market in order to determine when the two assets will decouple. Click...

When and Where Will Gold Bottom? – Jordan Roy-Byrne

In this article, I will briefly examine Gold’s technicals, fundamentals, and sentiment to hazard a guess at when and where the major turn will...

Gold Breaking Down, But Multiple Non-Confirmations – Jordan Roy-Byrne

Gold is breaking down technically. There’s no denying it. Gold has already closed at a fresh 52-week and 2-year low in daily and weekly terms....

Gold Stocks Perform Best After They Look Their Worst – Jordan...

It has been a very rough time for precious metals. In recent months they have endured another terrible selloff that feels like a combination...

The Best Historical Comparison for Gold & Silver – Jordan Roy-Byrne

One reason the history of markets is fascinating is that we can glean clues about the future. History does not always repeat itself, but...