First Bonds, via the TLT, a Long Bond ETF.
The above Weekly chart paints a picture of a major trend change in interest rates at the end of 2008. The major LOW in rates occurred in December and rates have been rising ever since. The EW count suggests that there is a lot further to go, higher rates for the foreseeable future.
The above 34 minute chart with FBS & BW illustrates how interest rates can be effectively traded right from your home computer.
Below a Weekly chart of the Gold market via the Gold ETF, GLD.
This GLD chart is pointing to a pivotal Low in Gold in the near future, followed by another swing up. But this is not a clear as the other markets, S&P and Bonds. Thus, with no high-confidence longer term forecast, Gold remains a traders market.
Drilling down to the 34 minute chart, we can see numerous higher confidence trades in both directions based on the FBS. So even without a clear forecast, a trader can take advantage of opportunities without a big picture compass.
Finally, my Weekly chart of NNVC:
My commentary on this chart is simply that in 40 years of trading and 25 years Technical Analysis, I have never seen a breakout like this one fail. Coming back to to touch the the channel, even toy with it, is normal. The expectation is still for much higher prices to come.