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Is the Stock Market Out of the Woods Now?

Having opened with a sizable gap, stocks scored sizable gains yesterday. The reversal higher makes one think that we’ve seen a bullish turn. And the short-term outlook has certainly turned more to the bullish side of the spectrum. Let’s assess w...

Billionaire Eric Sprott Recently Shared His Secrets of Success + his 3 Mining Stock Investments Stri

Billionaire Eric Sprott Recently Shared His Secrets of Success + his 3 Mining Stock Investments Striking the Motherlode amid Coronavirus Scare Global Economic Slowdown plus Coronavirus Pandemic Creates Rare, Perfect Setting For Gold and Silver to Thrive Mining...

The Bulls Respond to the S&P 500 Selloff

Stocks opened yesterday with a bearish gap, yet the 50% Fibonacci retracement withstood the test, and the bulls staged a comeback. Let’s dig deeper into the health of the comeback – does it mark a reversal? S&P 500 in the Short-Run We’ll...

Have the S&P 500 Bulls Convincingly Stepped Up to the Plate?

Helped by the financial sector headlines, stocks reversed higher yesterday - is the downside move drawing to a close? It might look so, but I'm not convinced yet. Despite the generally positive S&P 500 performance during the runups to Independence Day, the new Fed rules might ...