At any rate, as I mentioned last week, I won't be able to post much till March, but I'll try to keep my usual charts updated as time allows, especially with all the good commentary going on.
First things first, gold expectedly stalled at the 144-day MA. I'd rather not be trading currently, but I had to buy some GLD puts yesterday. Check the resistance of the RSI as well.
Someone in the comments asked about my end of the world predictions from last month (when, looking back, I was in something of an apocalyptic mood, wasn't I?). The $TNX:$GOLD, which is the amount of gold the US Government gives you every year for lending it $1000, is approaching the parabolic resistance on the log chart.
If you recall the original post, January 2015 was the date when the parabolic shape is scheduled to level off asymptotically. If on that date interest rates are near zero, there's no limit to how low gold could go. Assuming interest rates are around what they are now, gold would be in the $2500-$3000 range. If rates are at 3.5%, gold would be at a minimum of ~$6500. Etc.
The $TNX:$SILVER chart, on the other hand, gave a conflicting and far more apocalyptic prediction: it predicted a "singularity," where the dollar would collapse on January 14th. Alas, it seems that prediction was no better than the Mayan's, as that parabola has been broken.
The "rubber" chart was the original of the 3-chart Apocalypse series, a straight linear regression of $TNX:$CCI, which is still pointing to dollar collapse in mid 2014.
[UPDATE: in the comments, our friend SRoche mentioned the 89-week MA that we sometimes look at. I'm adding the 11 year, 5 year, and 1 year version of the chart. Pretty redundant, I know, but I have noticed (purely impressionistically, I admit) that when an important MA or obvious support line is broken -- even by a hair -- after a short lag there's generally further downside (though that may follow a short false move back over the line). The 1-yr chart with the 89-week shows it has been broken (on a weekly closing basis) for the the first time since 2008!]