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Gold Is the Latest Asset To Join the Global “Death Cross” Parade!

The crossing of the 50-day moving average below the 200-day moving average has been long used a signal of trend change and...is known as the "death cross" and such death crosses are popping up in a large number of assets including, gold, silver, copper, bitcoin, China's stocks, Germany's DAX, Emerging Market stocks, bonds, and FX and, perhaps most ominously, the Global Most Systemically Import Banks (G-SIBs).

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4 Major Benefits Of A Dollar Cost Averaging Investment Strategy

Dollar cost averaging is a simple and effective strategy of investing fixed amounts of cash at predetermined times. If you invest $1,000 every month, then you are dollar cost averaging. The strategy is easy to understand, but many of the benefits are not so obvious. Here are 4 such benefits:

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Major Bear Market Risks Remain Low For the Next 6 Months – But Then What?

Successfully predict the start of the next recession, plus or minus a few months, and you stand to make a lot of money. Not only can you reposition your portfolio towards bonds and cash – typically the best place to be during periods of economic malaise – but you can also sell your stocks at or near the market’s peak. If your primary objective is to invest in sync with the primary trend of the market (which typically follows the economic business cycle), then predicting the onset of a recession is your most important task.

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Do Your Portfolio A Favor & Add Uranium Positions To It – Here’s Why

Being contrarian is about doing your own thorough research, and not being afraid to look at things the crowd won’t - or asking the questions that many don’t want to ask - but what it really means is having the courage to buy when everyone else is afraid and fear and misunderstanding has created a huge opportunity in the uranium market. Prices have bottomed out and are beginning to sharply recover. It’s the time to do your portfolio a favor and add uranium positions to it

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Price-to-Book Ratio Valuations: 6 Stocks That Met Our Screening Parameters

Value investing offers an opportunity to enter the market and grab stocks that have otherwise been overlooked by the majority of investors and are thus trading at cheap multiples. Although price to earnings (P/E) and price to sales (P/S) valuation tools are more commonly used for stock selection, the price-to-book ratio (P/B ratio) is also an easy-to-use metric for identifying bargain stocks with high-growth prospects. This article identifies 6 of the 10 stocks that met or surpassed our screening parameters.

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