Starting the week at present above their respective Neutral Zones for today are the Euro, Swiss Franc, Gold, Copper and Oil; the Bond is the only BEGOS Market below same, and volatility is moderate. The Gold Update highlights the yellow metal’s bullish bent to begin the year. The S&P 500 after having been “textbook oversold” for 13 consecutive sessions unwound that stance on Friday. The Spoo itself triggered a Long signal at the overnight open per the daily MoneyFlow Market Rhythm suggestive of a move en route above 4000 (currently 3922); however the separately calculated true MoneyFlow of the S&P itself continues to herald significantly lower levels ultimately being in the offing. November’s Consumer Credit starts the week for the Econ Baro.