Gold and Silver Disaggregated COT Report (DCOT) for September 14
HOUSTON -- This week’s Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) disaggregated commitments of traders (DCOT) report was released at 15:30 ET Friday. Our recap of the changes in weekly positioning by the disaggregated trader classes, as compiled by the CFTC, is just below.
In the DCOT table above a net short position shows as a negative figure in red. A net long position shows in black. In the Change column, a negative number indicates either an increase to an existing net short position or a reduction of a net long position. A black figure in the Change column indicates an increase to an existing long position or a reduction of an existing net short position. The way to think of it is that black figures in the Change column are traders getting “longer” and red figures are traders getting less long or shorter.
All of the trader’s positions are calculated net of spreading contracts as of the Tuesday disaggregated COT report.
Vultures, (Got Gold Report Subscribers) please note that updates to our linked technical charts, including our comments about the COT reports and the week’s technical changes, should be completed by the usual time on Sunday (by 18:00 ET).
As a reminder, the linked charts for gold, silver, mining shares indexes and important ratios are located in the subscriber pages. In addition Vultures have access anytime to all 30-something Vulture Bargain (VB) and Vulture Bargain Candidates of Interest (VBCI) tracking charts – the small resource-related companies that we attempt to game here at Got Gold Report. Continue to look for new commentary directly in the charts often.
That is all for now, except to show the chart for Managed Money Trader's short positions for silver. Those who have been following our commentary (see the most recent video update from late August here) ... will understand instantly the significance of it.
Remember back in July, when we were pounding the table that the high Spec short position for silver was "about as bullish as it gets" and "if silver managed to break out above the flag consolidation we could be in the beginning stages of the “MOABO of the MOAMPC?”
Here is a link to a September 6 piece which reminded of it. http://www.gotgoldreport.com/2012/09/silver-making-a-play-for-the-moabo-of-the-moampc-.html