Saturday , 14 December 2019


Investing

Multiple Analyses Forecast Stock Market Losses Over Next 10 Years

As investors, we can form expectations of the future based on a number of factors and adjust our risk and investment thesis as we learn more and as the analyses below show, IF mean reversion occurs in price and valuations, then our expectations should be for losses over the coming 10 years. The analyses below offer substantial clues.

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The S&P 500, Dow & Nasdaq Indexes: What Are the Differences Between Each?

Do you know how to use the different stock indexes? The Dow, NASDAQ and S&P 500 indexes are 3 of the best measurements of trading activity and give investors a clear picture of the overall health of the economy. Each represents a different type of index, calculated and tracked in their own way, reporting real time movements of stock price and market capitalization. I created this infographic to demonstrate the unique features of these indexes and how they can help you along in investing.

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Don’t Be Misled: MAJOR Differences Exist Between HUI, XAU & other PM Indices (+8K Views)

The number, market cap and currencies of the constituents of the HUI, XAU, GDX, XGD and CDNX indices differ considerably from each other and, as such, each index presents a different picture of what is really happening in the precious metals marketplace. This article analyzes the make-up of each index to reveal the biases of each to arrive at the answer to the question in the title. Words: 1026

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Check It Out: Gold Stock Manias in 79/80, 82/83 & 95/96 Saw 2,000 – 4,000% Returns – and It Could Happen Again (+2K Views)

The timing of this article may seem incongruous given the current weak performance of gold and gold stocks but that was the identical situation in each of the past manias - both the metal and the equities didn't excel until the frenzy kicked in. The following documentation (exact returns from specific companies during this era are identified) is actually a fresh reminder of why we think you should hold on to your positions – or start accumulating them, if you haven't already. (Words: 1987; Tables: 7)

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