Hello all, First post here, and I'm looking to hear some thoughts on palladium. My general thesis is that palladium has simply stretched itself way beyond any measure of fair value, and I'm waiting for a pause in technical momentum to short. I wrote a post a few days ago (https://www.ganalysis.com/palladium-looks-expensive/) that details my thoughts using a data-driven approach to fundamental analysis. In spite of some of the positive narratives (EU/China shifting away from diesel, low inventories, market deficits, and Russia concerns), palladium has ignored the negative macro backdrop (cooling global auto market, rising interest rates, and a strengthening dollar). Further, even though palladium is enjoying the trend towards gasoline autos, it's now trading at over a 30% discount to platinum. In sum, while the balance of the fundamentals do indicate palladium should be strong, it is already soaring above all time highs here, and I think a significant correction is in order. While rates pulled back recently, my core argument remains that palladium is simply overvalued, and once technicals show any sign of weakness, I'm looking to short. Anyone have any thoughts?