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Global Pandemic Is On and Stock Bears Roar. Will Gold Make a Move?

On Wednesday, WHO declared the current outbreak of COVID-19 as a global pandemic, while the US stock market entered the bear market as it had fallen over 20% from its peak. What’s next in store for the yellow metal? It’s Global Pandemic Now ...

Finder’s cryptocurrency predictions report

Since Bitcoin set sail in 2009, cryptocurrencies have made waves across the globe. The big question on everyone’s lips: What will these coins be worth in the future? After the price of Bitcoin surged in May 2019, we asked a panel of 10 fintech leaders t...

John Kaiser Picks a Sleeper Gold Stock

In this backstage interview at the Metals Investor Forum (MIF) in Vancouver, John Kaiser of Kaiser Research picked a gold explorer with the largest drill program in Western Canada and probably the smallest market cap at the show. Taiga Gold Corp. (CSE: TGC) was un...

How to Limit Your Exposure to the U.S.-China Trade War

The U.S. economy is growing at one of the fastest rates in the developed world right now, and unemployment hit a nearly 50-year low of 3.6 percent in April. Under normal circumstances, this should boost demand for domestic equities. Some investors, however, are hesitant t...

The Later United States Empire

In 1917, the United States created the federal debt limit (or ceiling) to make it easier to finance World War One, essentially allowing Congress to borrow money to pay for the war effort by issuing bonds. By 1939 with World War Two looming, Congress passed the first aggre...

These 3 Charts Will Convince Investors That Time May Be Running Out

Before we get to looking at those three charts, let’s talk about the trade war. On Friday the Trump administration made good on its threat to raise tariffs on as much as $200 billion worth of Chinese imports to 25 percent from the previous 10 percent. The ...

Keep Calm, Bear Markets Are Temporary

We may very well be headed for a recession—some economists believe it’s already here —but we’re most definitely in a bear market, normally defined as occurring when stocks are off more than 20 percent from their peak. Not only that, bu...

Buzz on the Bullboards: Eyes on Cannabis Rebound

For the first week since March, COVID-19 related plays didn’t top the Stockhouse Bullboards. Instead, that spot was reclaimed by a resurgent cannabis sector. Last week saw a string of strong quarterly releases from major LP’s is something t...

Tax-Loss Selling Drives Down Junior Stock Prices

Vista Gold Corp. (VGZ:NYSE.MKT; VGZ:TSX, US$0.59) has published an updated prefeasibility study (PFS) on its Mt Todd project in the Northern Territories in Australia, the largest undeveloped gold project in that country. The revisions to the old PFS include updating bo...

Gaia Grow Corp. Plants 1,494 Acres of Hemp in Canada and Plans First Harvest in 2 Months

Gaia Grow Corp. CEO Frederick Pels speaks with Peter Epstein of Epstein Research on the day his company begins trading on the TSX Venture Exchange. Gaia Grow Corp. (GAIA:TSX.V) (formerly Spirit Bear Capital) announced that effective August 1, its shares will ...
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