Monday , 21 October 2019


Stocks & ETFunds

Gold Stocks Are the Cheapest EVER Seen!

When comparing the S&P 500 to the Barron's Gold Mining Index (BGMI), the ratio reached a high of 6.32 during the 1987-2000 bull market. The ratio today is 6.39. The higher the ratio, the cheaper gold companies are which means...we are seeing the cheapest gold stocks ever!

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S&P 500 Companies Most Worried About Economies of Canada, Australia & China

One way to gauge the level of concern about the situation in Greece is to see how many S&P 500 companies mentioned Greece relative to other countries during recent earnings conference calls so FactSet combed through the 21 earnings conference calls held since June 1 by S&P 500 companies and found these 9 countries to have been mentioned the most [where's Greece?].

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Get Out Of Mutual Funds – Now! Here’s Why

The BlackRock mutual fund company's filing with the SEC...should send shivers down the spine of anyone with funds invested in any BlackRock mutual fund. (In fact, it should horrify anyone invested in any mutual fund.) Here's why.

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Some Ratios & Metrics To Help You Evaluate A Stock

Q. What drives stock prices? The most literal and superficial analysis reveals it to be simply supply and demand...but there are different ratios and metrics that help us figure why that is the case and they are all outlined in this infographic.

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What You Need To Know About Investing In Microcap (Penny) Stocks

Microcap stocks are inherently volatile, but for those that can stomach it, there is a big profit opportunity. Furthermore, hidden in the market are companies that do have game changing plans or discoveries that could see their valuations rise more than 10x (a ten-bagger, as industry people call it). The key is being able to put in the time, due diligence, and using the right strategy to discover these companies. This infographic covers some of the ins and outs of trading such stocks.

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