Monday , 25 May 2020


Investing

Dark Clouds Are Looming Over U.S. Financial Markets BUT Even the Darkest of Clouds Have Silver Linings

There is no question a dark cloud is looming over U.S. financial markets and that cloud just got a little darker over the past two days as key support levels in all of the crucial equity indices were violated. This sends a loud and clear signal to pay attention. Even the darkest of clouds has a silver lining, though, so my goal here is to highlight some contrarian points of view on an otherwise gloomy market perspective.

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Yes, Another 50% Correction Is Possible! Here’s Why

It is the overall TREND of the market which determines a bull or bear market and, currently, that trend is still rising. Such will not always be the case, however, and we may now be in the process of a trend change. I am not talking about a 20% correction type bear market. I am talking about a devastating, blood-letting, retirement crushing, "I am never investing again," type decline of 40%, 50%, or more. Here's why.

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Canada’s Top Commodity Exports/Imports & How to Invest Accordingly (+9K Views)

Canada has the 7th largest economy in the world and is the 2nd largest country by land mass. It has a wealth of natural resources, making it a large energy and minerals exporter. For commodity traders looking to invest primarily in North America, Canada presents a compelling opportunity. [This article takes a look at Canada's top commodity exports and imports and offers suggestions as how to invest in Canada's commodity industry.] Words: 905

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Celebrate “Dow 20,000″ Because We’ll See “Dow 10,000″ Again Before We See “Dow 30,000″! (+3K Views)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average provides us with some pretty strong evidence that our “stock market boom” has been fueled by debt. On Wednesday, the Dow crossed the 20,000 mark for the first time ever, and this comes at a time when the U.S. national debt is right on the verge of hitting 20 trillion dollars. Is this just a coincidence? As you will see, there has been a very close correlation between the national debt and the Dow Jones Industrial Average for a very long time.

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