Omar Ayales


Gold Charts R Us

  • Chief Trading Strategist
  • Editor of GCRU, Started by Legendary Sir Harry Schultz
  • Covers Commodities, Currencies, Futures, & Stocks

About Omar

Omar Ayales is the chief market strategist and trader at Gold Charts R Us, a weekly trading service that achieves gains by trading stocks, bonds, and commodities. Mr. Ayales is an active student of the market and uses correlated technical analysis to guide him through his winning trades. Gold Charts R Us has provided its members with cutting-edge technical insight allowing double- and triple-digit gains in trades, year after year, for over 20 years.

Omar's Articles

Inflation is here to stay as economic data continues to show signs inflation could persist for longer as supply chain constraints ease out, asserts Omar Ayales, editor of Gold Charts R Us — and a participant in MoneyShow's Virtual Expo from November 30 to December 2. Register for free here.
The U.S. senate passed a bi-partisan bill spending billions of dollars in physical infrastructure; not surprisingly, resource stocks rose with strength with the spending announcement, observes Omar Ayales, resource sector expert and editor of Gold Charts R Us.
The gold universe show growing signs of renewed strength, suggests technical expert Omar Ayales, editor of Gold Charts R Us — and a participant in MoneyShow's Metals & Mining Virtual Event on April 20-22. Register for free here.
Uranium has been one of the top performing assets recently. Demand spiked just after we picked up some positions in NexGen Energy (NXE) and Uranium Royalty Corp. (Vancouver: URC), suggests Omar Ayales, resource sector specialist and editor of Gold Charts R Us.

Omar's Videos

The world continues to cope with life since Covid-19 and its variants, including ongoing lockdowns and restrictions; social and health safety consciousness is pushing people to redefine their lives. It's no coincidence job openings in the US remain at record levels and businesses continue to struggle to retain their best employees. A mass exodus from cities to more rural locations is ongoing, and it could be stronger than anticipated. The dynamic is fueling a strong secular boom in commodities across the board, particularly resources and precious metals. Where are they headed and why? What are the risks coming into 2022 and where can we find opportunities? In this presentation Omar Ayales will take you on a chart walk around the world analyzing macroeconomic trends, what world markets are doing and where are they headed so that you can have an edge when trading or investing.

Join Omar Ayales for this in-depth session, designed to bring you the latest intelligence available so you can identify and profit from the opportunities in today's markets. The knowledge you gain by attending this session can help you make better investing or trading decisions tomorrow.
We are in uncharted waters, and Mary Anne Aden, Pamela Aden, and Omar Ayales are joining the MoneyShow Virtual Expo to explain why! Is inflation here to stay? Will bitcoin replace gold? Is gold headed much higher? How will the stock market bubble end? And, most importantly, what in the world should you invest in now? Tune in to this panel to learn and discuss how all of this affects you and your investments.
This panel of top experts will share their outlooks for inflation, the US dollar, and the role they will play in the global economy. They will also discuss how the current condition is being fueled by the Fed and why, as well as share the best investments to buy to take advantage of the boom they see coming in commodities and why. Additionally, they will cover which trades are best for the current market conditions, along with specific recommendations. Lastly, they will explore stocks and how they will fare in this environment.

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GCRU is a weekly trading service that looks to assist its subscribers achieve gains by trading commodities, currencies and stocks through the application and interpretation of technical analysis and proprietary indicators that have been developed over the years.

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