The reality is that both traders and investors appear to be really comfortable at this moment with the record-high levels in the stock market.
he S&P 500 may be entering bubble-like territory: that’s what I’ve been writing for the past few months.
I continue to watch the stock market with skepticism.
I pushed the “go” button on China a long time ago now, and I’m certainly not set to press “stop” yet, as I continue to feel the country is one of the top growth areas […]
One of the most interesting ideas that came out of the last Federal Reserve meeting at the end of October is a serious issue for everyone, including the Federal Reserve and the eventual impact of monetary policy.
Many times people ask me how I come up with my investment strategy.
A few weeks ago, we saw many of the key retailers reporting some results and warning that sales in the retail sector could be sluggish during the holiday shopping season.
In my previous article, I discussed the new record highs achieved by the stock market and how it looks like there will be more gains to come.
There are many ways to try to get a handle on where the market is currently trading and what’s likely to come.
Reflecting on this past Thanksgiving weekend, there was a lot to be thankful for, especially if you have been long in the stock market for the past four years.
In many cases, companies in transformative industries can, at times, offer significant value—and natural gas is no exception.
Continued tapering by the Federal Reserve will also likely pressure the greenback going forward. If this happens, we could see some buying in gold and silver, which means there may be a trading opportunity emerging.
Massaging the reported numbers may make them look better on the surface, but we all know that the jobs market situation is much worse than reported.
With much more money printing coming down the pipeline—and gold bullion significantly underperforming the stock market—investors can look for a catch-up move in precious metals going forward.
If inflation gets out of control, I would rather already own gold bullion than join the crowd scrambling to jump on board again.
Investors are buying heavily into the stock market, while gold and silver are languishing. This is the perfect time to be rebalancing a well-diversified portfolio.
I would not be adding the yellow ore as a buy-and-hold strategy. However, investors can consider buying on weakness as it falls towards $1,250 and selling on surges above $1,300.
Investors would be wise to consider investing in Chinese stocks at this time.
An increase in margin debt is really a story of investor sentiment.
Two precious metals that are developing increased demand from industrial use: platinum and palladium.
After reading the outlook for corporate earnings and revenue, it’s hard to logically believe that Caterpillar’s stock price will accelerate.
A soft jobs reading came out last Tuesday, and the stock market…soared?
Well, the latest numbers related to job creation were recently released and to no one’s surprise, they were worse than expected.
When I read some of the headlines by other news organizations, sometimes I can’t help but chuckle at their oversimplification.
Hooray for the folks in Washington! The playground battles among politicians have settled for now, but trust me, it’s going to get nasty again as we move towards the extended deadlines in the New Year.