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  • Easy Fed Gives Gold Rocket Fuel

    06/20/2019 6:04:23 AM PDT · by Migraine · 48 replies
    kitco.com ^ | June 20, 2019 | Jim Wyckoff
    (Kitco News) - Gold and silver prices are sharply higher in early morning U.S. trading Thursday. Gold powered to a five-year high, while silver prices hit a five-week high. Major central banks that are leaning easy on their monetary policies are boosting the metals and the raw commodity sector, in general. Gold is also seeing increased safe-haven buying interest as tensions in the Persian Gulf are on the rise. August gold futures were last up $37.50 an ounce at 1,386.50. July Comex silver prices were last up $0.417 at $15.385 an ounce. Traders and investors are still digesting Wednesday’s conclusion...
  • Dow set for best September since 1939 !

    09/27/2010 7:01:28 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 45 replies
    CNN Money ^ | 09/27/2010 | Hibah Yousuf
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The summer has come to an end, and so has the market slump that came with it. With little on tap to challenge the recent rally, stocks are on track to close September with the biggest monthly gains in over a year. Though September is typically down month on Wall Street and the economic recovery remains sluggish, investors have taken cues from recent upbeat economic news to propel major indexes sharply higher during the month after a sell-off in August. We've been seeing modestly favorable economic numbers lately, which has allowed markets to keep moving up,"...
  • Wall Street, Fall 2009 (by Jim Cramer) (MEGA BARF ALERT)

    10/05/2008 9:47:58 PM PDT · by FocusNexus · 44 replies · 1,512+ views
    New York Magazine ^ | Oct. 5, 2008 | Jim Cramer
    What will New York look like a year from now? The answer: bad and probably worse, and perhaps downright catastrophic. Three degrees of awful. ... And while any president will be an improvement over the current one, there is a growing belief on Wall Street that Barack Obama has the capacity to lead us out of this wilderness while John McCain does not. I'll go a step further: Obama is a recession. McCain is a depression. For all his talk of being a maverick, McCain looks an awful lot like President Bush on the credit crisis: He doesn't seem to...
  • Dear Abby : I'm Still Bullish About the US Stock Market

    04/13/2008 12:26:19 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 23 replies · 47+ views
    Forbes ^ | April 12,2008 | Ken Fisher
    I'm getting a lot of hate e-mail these days. This onslaught is not entirely a bad thing. It reassures me that my bet against the crowd is a wise one. I'm bullish and have been steadily since the July 8, 2002 issue. In my Jan. 28 column I reiterated the upbeat outlook and reminded you that the fourth year of a presidency only rarely delivers losses to stockholders. Now, with stocks globally (as measured by the Morgan Stanley All-Country World Index) down 8.6% so far this year, people are telling me I'm an idiot. Someone posted to FORBES Web site,...
  • Like a Broken Clock Perma-Bears Are Rarely Right (Why the Market Bears are Full of Bull )

    07/12/2007 2:00:22 PM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 3 replies · 801+ views
    Smart Money ^ | 07/06/2007 | Donald Luskin
    IF YOU WATCH CNBC, you probably wonder how purported "experts" can disagree so sharply. Are we in a bull market or a bear market? Are interest rates heading higher or lower? Is the economy strong, or is it weak? There's always an expert to take any side of any financial question — and usually take it at the top of his lungs. I'm one of those so-called experts. I appear on CNBC about once a week, usually on a panel with other experts. We experts are chosen deliberately by CNBC's producers to have divergent opinions, so that viewers can see...