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In the Kitco News Gold Survey, out of 36 participants, 28 responded this week. Of those 28 participants, 14 see prices up, while nine see prices down and five see prices moving sideways or are neutral. Market participants include bullion dealers,
March 2013. As we know now, that is exactly what happened. To keep Next Inning readers ahead of the curve, Next Inning is now publishing McWilliams' highly acclaimed earnings previews. These reports outline McWilliams' outlook for the second
Watch stocks you care about The single, easiest way to keep track of all the stocks that matter.....DJI ) and the S&P 500 have nevertheless powered higher to all-time record levels on nearly two dozen occasions so far this year...The biggest
N.C. (MarketWatch) Investors are needlessly fretting about several issues right now that have nothing to do with whether the bull market will continue. I focus on them here not because I think the bull market will continue, though it certainly may.
N.C. (MarketWatch) Just hold on until this weekend, you worrywarts. Memorial Day marks the official beginning of Summer, when the much-vaunted Summer Rally will keep this powerful bull market going...To be sure, there is no consensus about how to
UBS Gold prices are up modestly today , but continue to be near their lows of the year. "Downward pressure on gold continues and we are now back to levels post the mid-April selloff," said UBS 's Edel Tully in a note titled Gold Shorts Dominate . "
It's updated semi-regularly by Doug Short , and it compares the great US bear market (starting in 2000) with the great Nikkei bear and the Great Depression bear. For awhile all 3 were looking very similarly, but at this point it's clear. The US has
Here are some wild stats about the current rally in the S&P 500 in 2013 which brings the gains to 17%+: Of the twenty weeks this year, just four have been negative weeks. Of the four negative weeks just one has included a loss over 2%. Of the four
The ink is barely dry, but a recent quote from my fellow Fool Morgan Housel is already one of my favorites: Not a single investor in today's market practicing legitimate buy and hold in a low-cost index fund has ever lost money...This comment is
organ's bullish analyst Tom Lee just cranked up his S&P forecast: This has been a better bull market than we expected, particularly in 2013. But this is conforming to historythe average gain in the fifth year of a bull market is 19% (implies 1,719).