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I think most of you reading this right now are aware that gold is unlike any other metal, certainly any other element. [Read More]
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As expected, the Fear Trade boosted gold on safe haven demand. The yellow metal finished the week just under $1,300, a level we haven't seen... [Read More]
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Stocks are booming, but Trump enthusiasm among CEOs has dipped. It's time for the president to stop tweeting and focus on tax reform. The economy... [Read More]
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Economic growth revised down. Fed to take away the punch bowl. Tech stocks a third of market gains in 2017. [Read More]
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In July, the Institute for Supply Management's (ISM) Non-Manufacturing Index fell to an 11-month low of 53.9, 3.5 points below its June reading of 57.4. [Read More]
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Spot gold finished July up more than 2 percent, its best month since February, when it returned 3.7 percent. [Read More]
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Crude Gains on Inventory Draw. OPEC Compliance at Six-Month Low. Peak Oil Demand in 10 Years? [Read More]
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Venezuela is sliding closer and closer toward the brink, and things look as if they'll get worse, unfortunately, before they improve. [Read More]
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Bruno Vincent/Getty Images Today I want to discuss reports that global debt levels are at all-time highs, and what this means for your investment decisions... [Read More]
U.S. dollar in bear market, a boon for gold. UBS: We're still constructive on gold. ETPs attracted a record $245 billion in the first half... [Read More]
Today I want to discuss reports that global debt levels are at all-time highs, and what this means for your investment decisions going forward. [Read More]
American equities have been a good place to invest during the current bull market, now in its eighth year. [Read More]
Gold got a boost Friday on weaker-than-expected inflation and retail sales figures, casting doubt on the Federal Reserve's ability to continue normalizing interest rates this... [Read More]
Gold got a boost Friday on weaker-than-expected inflation and retail sales figures, casting doubt on the Federal Reserve's ability to continue normalizing interest rates this... [Read More]
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