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Posts tagged 'stocks'

A Crisis of Confidence, Part Two - Craig Hemke (May 19, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 10 days ago 79652 Views 1 comment

Back in March and April, a chasm opened between the dollar price of spot gold (XAU) and the front month COMEX futures contract. So-called experts reassured us that this was simply due to "logistics" and "gold being in the wrong place". Was this true, or might it have been just another set of apologies from the usual shills?

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Falling Real Yields Will Signal Record Highs for Gold Ahead - David Brady (May 14, 2020)

By David Brady 15 days ago 9853 Views No comments

First a quick update on the Physical Metal situation. The good news is that there is still product available to buy, there is more inventory coming back online, and premiums over the paper price are falling. The bad news is that the improvement in supply levels is largely confined to the coins; cheaper bars >10 oz. remain relatively non-existent.

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Where Have All the Specs Gone? - Craig Hemke (May 5, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 24 days ago 99093 Views No comments

One might think that the current madness combined with QE∞ from the global central banks would lead to surging speculator interest in owning and trading COMEX precious metals futures. But the opposite is true. How weird is that?

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PRECIOUS-Gold set for best month in 4 years as central banks unleash stimulus

By Thomson Reuters 29 days ago 302 Views No comments

(Adds ECB statement, updates prices) * ECB keeps rates unchanged at policy meeting * U.S. Fed keeps interest rates near zero * Gold up more than 9% so far this month

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks nurse record monthly gains ahead of ECB

By Thomson Reuters 29 days ago 718 Views No comments

* Gilead's remdesivir shows promise in clinical trial

* MSCI world stocks heads for best month on record

* Major currencies in holding patter

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares jump on coronavirus treatment hopes, oil soars

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 712 Views No comments

* Fed leaves rates near zero, sees virus risks lingering

* MSCI global stock index up over 2%

* Gilead: remdesivir trials show improvement fo

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks gain on hopes pandemic is reaching peak

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 352 Views No comments

Global shares rose on Thursday on hopes the COVID-19 pandemic was nearing a peak and that governments would roll out more stimulus to support their economies, while expectations of a deal to cut oil production bolstered crude prices.

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Fed's short-term corporate funding plan boosts stocks, gold, dollar

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 569 Views No comments

Gold, the dollar and global equity markets rose on Tuesday after the Federal Reserve said it would buy short-term corporate debt directly from companies to help relieve credit markets under strain from the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic.

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Historic Losses Occur as Wall Street Finally Realizes the Threat That the Coronavirus Poses to the Global Economy - Nathan McDonald (27/02/2020)

By Nathan McDonald 3 months ago 38626 Views No comments

The coronavirus will have a massive economic impact that could possibly send the world into a severe recession.

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Beware the Ides of March? What Stock Prices are Trying to Tell Us - Weekly Wrap-Up (March 15, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 28396 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses the week that was in precious metals and looks ahead to a volatile week next.

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Micron/China Drag The Markets Lower - Chris Vermeulen (06/07/2018)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 years ago 1559 Views No comments

As the markets opened on July 3 rd, prices had already started to rally and appeared to be ready to rocket higher by a decent amount. Yet, by early morning, news that China had banned Micron chip sales in a patent case caused the markets to reverse quite steadily

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Stock Market Breaks Out of Bullish Chart Pattern- Chris Vermeulen (10/05/2018)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 years ago 2277 Views 1 comment

A broader look at the SPY Weekly chart shows a similar perspective over the past three months of price action, yet we can see the Long-Term Upward Support channel as well as the Massive Price Support “block” that is near the right side of the chart.

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Kite in a Tree - Jeff Thomas (21/12/2017)

By Jeff Thomas 2 years ago 15667 Views No comments

In a major bull market, when investors have reached their limit, they’re advised that they can buy on margin and increase their position.

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Long Term Patterns in Stocks, Gold and Crude - Gary Christenson (15/12/2017)

By Gary Christenson 2 years ago 10110 Views No comments

Possible tops have occurred before, but instead of crashing, the market sometimes zoomed higher. Do your own due diligence.

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For Clues On The Economy, Follow The Money - Dave Kranzler (15/12/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 14629 Views No comments

The profitability of lending/investing money is a function of both the rate of return on the money loaned/invested and the return (payback) of the money. The historically low interest rates are squeezing lenders by driving the rate of return on the loan toward zero (note: “lenders” can be banks or non-bank lenders, like pension funds investing in bonds).

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