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Hey Can Anyone Help Me, Im Trying To Sing Death Metal Vocals?

November 8, 2009

i could use any help, i’d like to sing like cannibal corpse the most or like the singer from behemoth, but right now im just worried about learning the basics. im around 250 pounds and like 5′10 if you need to know

Heavy German Metal Bands That Sing In German?

November 5, 2009

I’ve been searching for a long time to find some great metal bands; whether punk, heavy, gothic, viking, whatever. I like bands like Callejon, Plethora, Megaherz, In Extremo, Muff Potter, Killerpilze, etc. However, I would like more bands like them. If you could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. Please give responses that would help and not general information that most would know like Rammstein or Tokio Hotel. Thank you.

Moral messages in Metallica songs

October 31, 2009

These songs express and show that Metallica is not just loud music with head bangers.

What Are Some Good Songs That Are Alternative/metal That You Can Sing That Do Not Have Many Growls/screams/etc?

October 30, 2009

Also Songs and Bands that are not too popular.Thanks.

What Would You Sing Jazz Song Or Metal Rock Song?

October 25, 2009

I want an answer from nativeapathy especially.

Do High School Girls Like A Guy That Can Play Electric Guitar Fast And Sing Rock/heavy Metal?

October 24, 2009

Or do high school girls like acoustic, slower music?

The Analysis of Sentiment Suggests that PMs Are Likely to Shine Once Again

October 22, 2009

This essay is based on the Premium Update posted on June 20th, 2009

In my previous Premium Update I have emphasized the meaning of sentiment and how one can analyze it to gain advantage over other market participants. I have received very positive feedback after posting it, so I decided to include a part of this week’s update dedicated to sentiment also into the publicly available free commentary.

Last wee I mentioned two common indicators that can help gauge sentiment: the S&P Energy Sector Bullish Percent Index and Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index. From our point of view, as precious metals investors, it is the Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index that is particularly interesting. Charts are courtesy of stockcharts.com.

Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index

The Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index is a market breadth/momentum indicator and is calculated by dividing two numbers: the amount of gold stocks on the buy signal (according to the point and figure chart which emphasizes strong moves while ignoring small ones) and the amount of all the gold stocks in the sector. If every gold stock is rising, then the value of the index will be at 100%, which raises a red flag, as everyone interested in the market is already in, and the top will soon emerge. If we’re looking at sentiment, substantial momentum usually corresponds to investors eager to jump in at quickly rising prices because they believe prices will continue much higher and are afraid of being left behind.

If we said that at 100% the indicator shows overbought conditions, then you can see on the above chart that at the current 70% level the indicator is not extremely overbought, nor is it oversold. The Gold Miners Bullish Percent Index is no longer signaling that lower prices are to be expected, which was the case several weeks ago. Since the value of the index does not need to be at the oversold levels for a local bottom to form (still it is helpful in timing the major bottoms), we might need to look for additional tools to help us.

If you look closely you will notice two such additional tools in the above chart. The RSI (Relative Strength Index) is a technical momentum indicator that compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses in an attempt to determine overbought and oversold conditions.

The RSI also ranges from 0 to 100 with an asset deemed to be overbought once the RSI approaches the 70 level, meaning that it may be getting overvalued and is a good candidate for a pullback. Likewise, if the RSI approaches 30, it is an indication that the asset may be getting oversold and likely to become undervalued. If you look at the RSI indicator in the above chart, you can clearly see that it in fact just touched the 30 mark.

Another indicator on this chart is the Williams %R, also a momentum indicator that is especially popular for measuring overbought and oversold levels. Named for its developer, Larry Williams, the scale ranges from 0 to -100 with readings from 0 to -20 considered overbought, and readings from -80 to -100 considered oversold. What I find particularly interesting here, is that the %R indicator has signaled a “temporary oversold” territory only once in 2009 – and that corresponded to the long-term buying point (also signaled by the SP Gold Bottom Indicator), and a powerful rally. The last time the %R indicator for Gold miners Bullish Percent index hit the 100 level was on April 17th when gold closed at $869. A powerful rally followed which took gold to $989 in about six weeks. The same signal has just appeared in the recent days with the Williams %R at 80, which suggests that we will see PMs higher in the not too distant future.

Please keep in mind that none of this is a “sure bet” that we will immediately go higher – there are no certainties in any market. However, in my opinion this scenario is likely and it seems that it will be profitable to bet on higher precious metals and mining stocks prices and to position yourself accordingly.

Moving on to the technical analysis of the precious metals sector, I will begin with the gold chart.

Gold

Gold Chart

The above chart suggests that the bottom might be already in place, as the support levels have been reached. The 50% Fibonacci retracement level is particularly important here, as gold often corrects 38.2%, 50%, or 61.8% of the preceding rally, before moving higher. The bottom materialized precisely in middle of the predicted area, and it has been confirmed by the “buy” signal from the stochastic indicator.

The latter is a momentum indicator that shows the location of the current close relative to the high/low range over a set number of periods. Closing levels that are consistently near the top of the range indicate buying pressure and those near the bottom of the range show selling pressure. It has crossed its moving average (red slope) and is now moving higher. This meant higher gold prices in the past, so it is likely to be the case also now. Please note that during the previous several months, each time such a signal corresponded to a local bottom in gold.

One more test of this week’s low is not out of the question, but I don’t view such a drop as highly probable.

Silver

Silver Chart

Silver has also moved to the levels mentioned last week. The Fibonacci levels are similar to what happened in March. The action in the stochastic indicator suggests that we may in fact see a double bottom here. However, please remember that technical signals on the silver market are less meaningful than in other markets.

Additionally, please note that the March bottom took place on very high volume. The Monday low when the SLV ETF closed at 13.83 also was characterized by very high volume, which suggests that this bottom was a significant one. While it’s true that history does not always repeat itself, it does so frequently enough to use this principle in one’s trading.

Summary

Precious metals have declined this week, as indicated in the previous Premium Update. The sector has been falling for 3 consecutive weeks, since the beginning of June, and that alone suggests that at least a breather is to be expected. Still, there are many factors that suggest that a bottom has already been put this week. While this may turn out to be the first bottom, of the double-bottom formation, this is not very likely. Obviously, it can happen, but if it does, it likely will be a temporary phenomenon. I will be monitoring markets closely and report to my Subscribers.

To make sure that you get immediate access to my thoughts on the market, including information not available publicly, I urge you to sign up for my free e-mail list. Sign up today and you’ll also get free, 7-day access to the Premium Sections on my website, including valuable tools and charts dedicated to serious PM Investors and Speculators. It’s free and you may unsubscribe at any time.

P. Radomski
Editor
Sunshine Profits

Interested in increasing your profits in the PM sector? Want to know which stocks to buy? Would you like to improve your risk/reward ratio?

Sunshine Profits provides professional support for precious metals Investors and Traders.

Apart from weekly Premium Updates and quick Market Alerts, members of the Sunshine Profits? Premium Service gain access to Charts, Tools and Key Principles sections. Click the following link to find out how many benefits this means to you. Naturally, you may browse the sample version and easily sing-up for a free trial to see if the Premium Service meets your expectations.

All essays, research and information found above represent analyses and opinions of Mr. Radomski and Sunshine Profits’ associates only. As such, it may prove wrong and be a subject to change without notice. Opinions and analyses were based on data available to authors of respective essays at the time of writing. Although the information provided above is based on careful research and sources that are believed to be accurate, Mr. Radomski and his associates do not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the data or information reported. The opinions published above belong to Mr. Radomski or respective associates and are neither an offer nor a recommendation to purchase or sell securities. Mr. Radomski is not a Registered Securities Advisor. Mr. Radomski does not recommend services, products, business or investment in any company mentioned in any of his essays or reports. Materials published above have been prepared for your private use and their sole purpose is to educate readers about various investments.

By reading Mr. Radomski’s essays or reports you fully agree that he will not be held responsible or liable for any decisions you make regarding any information provided in these essays or reports. Investing, trading and speculation in any financial markets may involve high risk of loss. We strongly advise that you consult a certified investment advisor and we encourage you to do your own research before making any investment decision. Mr. Radomski, Sunshine Profits’ employees and affiliates as well as members of their families may have a short or long position in any securities, including those mentioned in any of the reports or essays, and may make additional purchases and/or sales of those securities without notice.

Przemyslaw Radomski is the founder, owner and the main editor of www.SunshineProfits.com. Being passionately curious about the market?s behavior he uses his statistical and financial background to question the common views and profit on the misconceptions. ?Don?t fight the emotionality on the market ? take advantage of it!? is one of his favorite mottos. His time is divided mainly to analyzing various markets with emphasis on the precious metals, managing his own portfolio, writing commentaries, essays and developing financial software. Most of the time he?s got left is spent on reading everything he can about the markets, psychology, philosophy and statistics.

Mr. Radomski has started investigating the markets for his private use well before starting his professional career. He used to work as an informatics consultant, but this time-consuming profession left him little time for his true passion ? the interdisciplinary market analysis. Establishing www.sunshineprofits.com gave him the opportunity to put his thoughts, ideas, and experience into form available to other investors.

Is the Correction in Gold and Silver Over Is This Just a Beginning?

October 21, 2009

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This essay is based on the Premium Update posted on June 6th, 2009

This week we have seen precious metals and mining stocks peak, just as I’ve indicated in the previous Premium Update. In the summary of last week’s update I wrote that “Although prices of gold, silver and mining stocks are reaching their own resistance levels, such a correction will most likely be caused by some kind of catalyst, probably a strong move in the U.S. Dollar, or in the general stock market”. It turned out that the catalyst was in fact the U.S. Dollar, however I will get back to this issue later in this update.

I will start explaining my opinion on the current situation on the precious metals market, by covering one of our indicators (from the Charts section). It has been particularly useful in determining bottoms during the big comeback of the precious metals sector (approximately since October 2008). The SP Short Term Gold Stock Bottom Indicator has signaled virtually every important local bottom in the previous 8 months, and thus it is definitely worth including in this update. Please take a look at the chart below for details.

SP Short Term Gold Stock Bottom Indicator

For those of you, who are not yet familiar with our Charts section – the buy signal is given, when indicator is below the dashed line and starts to rise (when value of the indicator has been falling for 3 consecutive days and then the next day is higher). It is based on data from more than one market (it’s much more complex than ratios), so it really is available on our website on an exclusive basis.

It was at the end of March 2009 when this indicator flashed the last “buy” signal. The reason that I mention this indicator today is not because of what it has just signaled, but because of the fact that it did NOT signal anything so far, and this situation is likely to change in the near future. Naturally, just as this indicator’s name suggests, I have designed it to help us determine particularly favorable moments to add to our long- and/or close/limit short positions in PM stocks. Since this indicator’s performance has been so impressive in the recent months, it makes sense to take a closer look at the way it works.

As I mentioned above, the first condition that needs to be met in order for this indicator to signal a speculative buying opportunity is that it needs to be below the dashed line. This line corresponds to the 0% level in the right vertical axis. Once the indicator goes below the dashed line, it will flash “buy” as soon as it turns up. Right now we have just seen this indicator break below the 0% level, so the “buy signal” is rather near. Of course, it may continue to fall for an additional week or two, but the history shows that it turns up rather quickly after going below the dashed line.

The implication of the above analysis for anyone interested in PM stocks is that we may soon have a favorable buying opportunity, as this indicator turns up. Naturally, many factors need to be considered (definitely more than one indicator), but given the extraordinary performance of this particular technique, one should not ignore it.

Similar thing can be said about physical metals, as they usually move together with the mining stocks (usually lagging behind them, but there are many exceptions from this general rule). In other words – gold and silver are positively correlated with mining stocks.

USD Index

Last week I mentioned that USD Index is in the oversold territory and bound for a quick bounce. This week that pullback materialized.

USD Index - Weekly Perspective

USD Index briefly touched the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level and bounced. The question here is whether this was the ultimate bottom (unlikely in my view), a correction that is already completed (more likely), or the beginning of a several-week correction (even more likely).

For more detailed signals we need to consider a short term chart.

USD Index - Daily Perspective

The short-term chart gives us additional resistance levels that might stop this rally, but none of them provides one decisive resistance level. Rallies that begin with a fake breakout or fake breakout tend to be stronger than those, who begin in a different way, so I expect this rally to continue in the following days. It’s too early to say where exactly this rally will end, but nonetheless I’ve marked the most probable topping area with a red ellipse. This corresponds to approximately 82-83 level.

In sum, the USD Index appears to have put a local bottom. It is too early to say where and when this rally may end, but short-term factors suggest that it will go above the 82 level. Analysis of USD Index from a long-term perspective provides us with additional details, but that part of my commentary is reserved for Premium Service Members.

Gold

Gold

This week gold has moved lower along with rise in the value of USD Index. As I mentioned above, U.S. Dollar is likely to move higher in the following days/weeks, we may see gold move even lower on a short-term basis. This is confirmed by the high, negative correlation between USD and gold, and the way volume shaped during the previous week.

If you looked at the volume from a broad perspective, you would not see anything extraordinary – the average value of volume has been neither exceptionally high, nor low. However, once you consider details, the outlook becomes rather bearish in the short term. The point here is that volume has been declining while gold has been rising and it rose along with declining gold price. Volume usually confirms the direction in which the market is headed, and this time it points to lower prices in coming days. Naturally, a day or two of pause are possible (and also quite likely), as gold is currently just at its support level, but still – it is likely that gold will move lower in the short term.

Silver

Similar analysis can be applied also to the silver market

Silver

As mentioned above, from the short term point of view, the situation on the silver market is currently similar to the one on the gold market. Moreover, the volume gives much clearer signals, as the difference between days when price of silver rose and days when it fell, is even more evident. Therefore, the silver market may also experience a correction from here.

Summary

The USD Index has just bounced after having declined for a month, which lead to lower values throughout the whole PM sector. Taking into account dollar’s previous correction and the technical situation in gold, silver, and mining stocks, we may expect this correction to continue for the next few days/weeks. Once this “breather” is complete, we will probably have a favorable buying opportunity, which will most likely be confirmed by indicators from our Charts section.

Naturally, long-term situation still remains bullish for the whole PM sector, as the fundamentals are favorable.

To make sure that you get immediate access to my thoughts on the market, including information not available publicly, I urge you to sign up for my free e mail list. Sign up today and you’ll also get free, 7-day access to the Premium Sections on my website, including valuable tools and charts dedicated to serious PM investors and speculators. It’s free and you may unsubscribe at any time.

P. Radomski
Editor
Sunshine Profits

Interested in increasing your profits in the PM sector? Want to know which stocks to buy? Would you like to improve your risk/reward ratio?

Sunshine Profits provides professional support for precious metals Investors and Traders.

Apart from weekly Premium Updates and quick Market Alerts, members of the Sunshine Profits? Premium Service gain access to Charts, Tools and Key Principles sections. Click the following link to find out how many benefits this means to you. Naturally, you may browse the sample version and easily sing-up for a free trial to see if the Premium Service meets your expectations.

All essays, research and information found above represent analyses and opinions of Mr. Radomski and Sunshine Profits’ associates only. As such, it may prove wrong and be a subject to change without notice. Opinions and analyses were based on data available to authors of respective essays at the time of writing. Although the information provided above is based on careful research and sources that are believed to be accurate, Mr. Radomski and his associates do not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the data or information reported. The opinions published above belong to Mr. Radomski or respective associates and are neither an offer nor a recommendation to purchase or sell securities. Mr. Radomski is not a Registered Securities Advisor. Mr. Radomski does not recommend services, products, business or investment in any company mentioned in any of his essays or reports. Materials published above have been prepared for your private use and their sole purpose is to educate readers about various investments.

By reading Mr. Radomski’s essays or reports you fully agree that he will not be held responsible or liable for any decisions you make regarding any information provided in these essays or reports. Investing, trading and speculation in any financial markets may involve high risk of loss. We strongly advise that you consult a certified investment advisor and we encourage you to do your own research before making any investment decision. Mr. Radomski, Sunshine Profits’ employees and affiliates as well as members of their families may have a short or long position in any securities, including those mentioned in any of the reports or essays, and may make additional purchases and/or sales of those securities without notice.

Przemyslaw Radomski is the founder, owner and the main editor of www.SunshineProfits.com. Being passionately curious about the market?s behavior he uses his statistical and financial background to question the common views and profit on the misconceptions. ?Don?t fight the emotionality on the market ? take advantage of it!? is one of his favorite mottos. His time is divided mainly to analyzing various markets with emphasis on the precious metals, managing his own portfolio, writing commentaries, essays and developing financial software. Most of the time he?s got left is spent on reading everything he can about the markets, psychology, philosophy and statistics.

Mr. Radomski has started investigating the markets for his private use well before starting his professional career. He used to work as an informatics consultant, but this time-consuming profession left him little time for his true passion ? the interdisciplinary market analysis. Establishing www.SunshineProfits.com gave him the opportunity to put his thoughts, ideas, and experience into form available to other investors.

How Do I Sing Hard Rock/metal (distorted) Vocals Without Hurting My Voice?

October 19, 2009

Du Hast, By Rammstein – Song Review

October 18, 2009

In 1997, Rammstein released “Du Hast” from the album “Sehnsucht”. And it was the moment that most people became Rammstein fans discovering the militant sound of German Tanz-metal. Being one of Rammstein’s smash hits, “Du Hast” was included in the soundtrack of “The Matrix” and enjoyed heavy airplay on MTV.