Thursday , 18 October 2018


Tag Archives: margin debt

Gold Will Reach $2,500/ozt In the Near Future – and $10,000 Thereafter

After two years of declines, many investors sold their gold holdings and vowed never to invest in gold again. However, in the fall of 1976, gold began an ascent that saw it rise 750%, peaking at $850 a troy ounce three years and four months later. After a 3-year correction, the same opportunity to buy low exists today, just as it did in 1976.

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S&P 500 In For A Major Correction – Here’s Why

Margin debt right now is sending a very clear signal that investors have recently become very greedy suggesting that a new bear market is likely underway which could culminate in a decline of at least 20% in the S&P 500 and, because of the sheer size of the potential forced supply that could come to market in this sort of environment, could easily be just the beginning.

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Next Bear Market Shaping Up To Be Quite the Storm – Here’s Why

The U.S. stock market has been closing at one record high after another but, despite the seemingly unending investor optimism more than five years into the current bull market, some worrisome issues are continuing to build under the surface. Like all past bull markets, the latest episode will eventually come to an end and a new bear market will begin and it has the potential to be even worse than the two previous downturns since the start of the new millennium...

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Make No Mistake – A Major Stock Sell-off Looms! Here Are 4 Ominous Signs

The 4 fundamentals and technicals discussed in this article accurately called stock market crashes in 2000 and 2007 and these same market metrics are again TODAY warning that a possible financial tsunami is brewing on the horizon. No one knows for certain WHEN the tsunami will hit Wall Street...but, without question, today’s stocks exhibit extremely exaggerated valuations, and extremes never last, so make no mistake, a major stock sell-off looms.

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