Wednesday , 11 December 2019


Stock Indices

The Stock Market Party Is Finally Ending – Here’s Why

Even though the overall U.S. economy continues to be deeply troubled, we have seen the Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq set record after record but no bull market lasts forever – particularly one that has no relation to economic reality whatsoever - and the cold, hard facts are telling us that this party is about to end. The following are 7 signs that a stock market peak is happening right now.

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Despite Weakness In Gold & Silver, Mining Stocks Remain Well Up From Lows

After falling out of favor for so long, gold stocks are overdue to soar this year. The smart contrarians buying in early before the rest of the herd starts understanding gold stocks’ vast upside potential are going to earn fortunes. This article looks at the performance of the HUI, XAU, GDX & GDXJ over the last few months of decline to their lows and their most recent ascent.

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Several Excellent Financial Articles From This Week That You Probably Missed – Take a Look

We are bombarded by a cacophony of poorly thought out and poorly written and presented economic, financial and investment "information" every day of our extremely busy and complicated lives. No wonder we miss some great articles in the process. Don't worry, though, because we have the time and resources to do it for you. Below are several articles from this week that you probably missed which are well worth your attention. Enjoy.

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New Hindenburg Omen Suggests Stock Market Crash Coming Within 4 Months!

If we have an official Hindenburg Omen then a critical set of market conditions necessary for a stock market crash exists - and such occurred on Dec.2nd. We now have a much higher-than-random probability of a stock market crash, or at the very least a significant decline, starting sometime over the next four months.

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What Would An Interest Rate Hike In 2015 Mean For Stocks?

Sooner or later, the Federal Reserve will begin normalizing monetary policy, which means higher interest rates are coming, and this has investors rightfully worried because higher rates mean higher interest costs, which should be bad for profits and ultimately stocks. New research, however, suggests that a severe S&P reaction to such hikes is to be expected. Here's why.

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