A look into the changes in investor sentiment and what’s now leading markets

October 8, 2021

Dana Lyons, Fund Manager and Editor of The Lyons Share joins us to recap the changes in investor sentiment toward the broad averages. We were hearing about how overheated on the bullish side sentiment was 2 months ago but that is starting to change with the recent market volatility.

This all ties into a discussion on the sectors that are now leading and where Dana sees continues upside.

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    Oct 08, 2021 08:21 AM

    Silver looks great versus gold and that’s a good sign for the whole sector.

      Oct 08, 2021 08:20 PM

      ditto…….. on… “good sign for the whole sector”

    Oct 08, 2021 08:26 AM

    dear Matthew, thank u for more usas charts. my cost 1,20. may be some day… brixton 0.16. red too. nice day and profits to u.

      Oct 08, 2021 08:45 AM

      Thank you Alex. This market will improve, I have no worries about that. Best of luck to you.

    Oct 08, 2021 08:46 AM
    Oct 08, 2021 08:09 PM

    The Canadian dollar looks great which is always a good sign for this sector. It has confirmed the double bottom and taken back the 200 day MA…

    Oct 08, 2021 08:27 PM

    It wouldn’t surprise me if this discussion about gold marks the beginning of the next PM bull run.
    Starts at 31:20

    Oct 08, 2021 08:28 PM

    Another week has ended and “hope springs eternal” but we are in the fall and the conventional market is looking precarious and it appears rates may escape the Fed’s manipulation. The employment news was not good and this economy could be slowing faster then anticipated. The PMs may see a short term rally but nothing of significance before the end of the year. There is more work to be accomplished before we see the bull market resurrecting itself. But the good news is that we’re another week closer to that possibility.

    Oct 08, 2021 08:58 PM

    The COT report for the week is getting more favorable for silver while gold remains “stuck”.