GDXJ case study in capitulation.
The company has lost almost 83% since its $55 high two years ago.
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Two months of sideways price movement on declining volume. Note large volume mid-April as gold sold off $200 in two days. Note second new low on lower volume in mid-May. Now, see third new low on similar volume.
After the opening hour, see the extremely tight trading range. Who is selling vs. who is buying. Forced selling/capitulation into strong hands?
Time will tell, but I smell the beginning of the end of this rout. When there is no hope that is the time to step in. I am using the company as a proxy for small mining companies. This is the time to look for exhausted selling. The market will go up not because there are new buyers but because the sellers are exhausted/already having panicked.
Via : csinvesting.org