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from ChartWorks:: published by Institutional Advisors

Bob Hoye
Technical observations of RossClark@shaw.ca
January 17th, 2007

What a difference ten days makes. The strength in the US Dollar, release of the FOMC minutes, and adjustments in the Dow Jones Commodity Index percentages have brought about selling pressure across the complete resource sector since the beginning of the year. Stocks of precious metals, base metals, energies and uranium stocks have corrected significantly.

Most uraniums have held within a few percentage points of key support levels that were outlined on January 2nd. The group remains the strongest in the resource category. Most upside targets remain unchanged; however if the current supports break, then we can look at the potential of deeper corrections, giving back 50% to 78% of the rallies from the October lows.

 

Bob Hoye
January 17th, 2007

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