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Buzz on the Bullboards: Try not to get spooked by recent market performances

The TSX has moved higher despite recent volatility, which also saw a boost from earnings, which have so far been exceeding expectations, following signs of a slowdown in interest rate hikes.

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Panic Over China’s Factory Slowdown

Chinese manufacturing activity slumped to a record low in February as the coronavirus outbreak temporarily shuttered plants and factories and travel restrictions impacted the supply of labor. The official government purchasing manager’s index (PMI) fell to...

Should You Buy the Saudi Aramco IPO?

Imagine waking up in your posh high-rise penthouse facing the Red Sea. Above the bustling city hangs a giant artificial moon that livestreams images from outer space. You call for an automated flying taxi, and it carries you to your job genetically modifying humans to m...

Gold Market in H1 2019

So far, so good! After the first half of the year, gold gained more than 10 percent, rising from $1,279 at the end of December 2018 to $1,409 at the end of June 2019. We invite you to read our today's article about the gold market in the first half of the year, and lear...

Gold Bulls Must Love the Hong Kong Protests

It appears that the two steps forward, one step backwards approach of mainland China isn’t working as Hong Kong citizens are protesting again. The increasingly violent protests have plunged Chinese-ruled Hong Kong into its most serious crisis in decades, and th...

Fed’s Cut Puzzle and Gold

At the end of July, the Fed trimmed the federal funds rate . However, the dovish U-turn within the FOMC amid solid US economy remains a mystery. We invite you to read our today’s article about the Fed’s cut puzzle and its find out what do...

Weak Payrolls, September FOMC and Gold

August nonfarm payrolls came in short of expectations. Earlier months were also marked by downward revisions. Does it send a signal to act for the Fed, and what is gold likely to do in return? August Payrolls below Expectations The U.S. created only 130,000 jobs in Aug...

Look Which Precious Metal Is Beating Warren Buffett…

Way back in January, I showed you that the price of gold had beaten the S&P 500 Index over a number of different time periods, including the month, quarter, year… and even the century (so far!). Last week it was brought to my attention recently—in a tweet b...

Downside Price Rotation Dominates After Manufacturing Data

Our research team has been all over this longer-term Pennant/Flag setup and the potential for the breakdown in the US/Global markets. The US manufacturing data released today confirmed what we believed would be the outcome of the extended trade issues between the US and China ...

Stumbling Manufacturing and Rising Gold – Now or Later?

American manufacturers are scoring ever deeper recessionary readings. We haven’t seen this bad an ISM Manufacturing reading in quite a while. Can it take the broader economy with it? And what about gold – when exactly will it get its shine? ISM Manufacturing...
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