(Story updated with more stocks that are picking up momentum.)
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The theory goes like this: two Hindenburg Omen indicators occur within a 30-day window, and it's an all-but-guaranteed trigger of a future stock market crash.
Should you be worried by the precipitous decline in gold prices this fall? Not if you're pessimistic about the future of the global economy, says Simon Constable.
Comex gold has a negative weekly chart as does the gold miners' ETF and four gold mining stocks, as oversold conditions spread.
Gold prices should be at $1,400 by the end of 2016, experts say, and that's a big 'buy' signal for gold ETF investors.