Saturday , 23 March 2019


Investing

Small Cap Stocks Will Increase Your Long Term Gains – Here’s Why

When it comes to investing, you need to make sure you have a well diversified portfolio so that you can lower your risk. A great way to add diversification to your portfolio is with small cap stocks but the benefits of small cap stocks don’t end with just diversification... In this post, I highlight 3 critical reasons why investing in small cap stocks will increase your long term gains.

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4 Gold Mining Stocks Trading at Big Discounts

The gold mining stocks on our list today all trade at large discounts to forward Price to Cash Flow per share multiples, as compared with their peer average of 5.7x. These stocks could have substantial upside as their cash flows are likely not incorporated into their current share prices.

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Stocks Perfectly Poised to Plummet Past Point of No Return

What used to be support beneath the market has become the ceiling. The market has inverted and is now sitting right on its 200-day moving average. Breaking through the 200-day average on the way down with no clear support below will be a frightening sign to many investors to which they may respond as frightened people often do - in a panic.

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Add Gold Stocks To Your Portfolio Right Now – Here Are 4 Reasons Why

The price of gold has been feeling the pressure lately from a stronger U.S. dollar, which is at a four-month high, and rising Treasury yields. Nevertheless, the yellow metal eked out a positive March quarter, returning close to 1.3%, while the S&P 500 Index posted its first negative quarter since 2015. This tells me the investment case in gold and gold mining stocks remains as strong as ever. Below are four more reasons why I think you should consider adding gold stocks to your portfolio right now.

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Is the Equity Bull Market Over?

The decline in the equity markets since the end of January has many asking if the bull market is over - and the short answer is no – there is still room for the market to run. That being said, there are a number of concerns that could keep the markets on edge and, were they to materialize, the result could be a correction similar to those that occurred in 2011-12 (-19.4%) and 2016 (-14.2%).

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STAGES OF A FINANCIAL BUBBLE – Where Are We Now?

If you believe this time is different and you can’t see how over-valued the Dow Index is based upon the MACD technical, then maybe it might be prudent to allow a Doctor to take a Cat-Scan to find out if you have any brains left in your head!

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Should You “Sell In May & Go Away”?

The saying “sell in May and go away” infers that the stock market is seasonally weak from May to September and, as such, one should not own stocks during that period of time. As illustrated in the chart below, however, the stock market is not particularly bearish then. It is merely less bullish (i.e. the odds of the market going down vs. up are equivalent). That’s why “sell in May and go away” is not a good trading strategy. Let me illustrate that fact further in the 10 charts below.

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