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This Day in MV History: Precious Metals



These articles were published on on 26th April in History. Checkout how time flies, enjoy reading!

Despite "Divorce Rate Indicator", Stock Charts Worry Investors

on Apr 26, 2011 12:15 pm by Lloyd Khaner

The Wall of Worry is medium-high at 19 blocks, with investors feeling anxious about the risk of inflation, the "bummed out" housing market and national debt. Here's a run-down of all the issues facing world markets. For more on how to use Lloyd's Wall of Worry, see below. U.S. ECONOMY: Advanced capitalism knows no shame when it comes to economic indicators. Now a rising divorce rate is c... Read More

How to Trade Silver if a Bubble Forms

on Apr 26, 2011 9:30 am by Sam Kirtley

This essay will attempt to address the question of whether or not silver prices are in a bubble, or may be turning into a bubble and if so what trading strategies may be suited to the situation. It will hopefully provide another string to the readers bow in attempting to identify bubbles and being able to protect one's portfolio and even potentially profit from them. For the record, at my fi... Read More

Is There a Top in Silver?

on Apr 26, 2011 3:50 pm by Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

When gold hit the psychologically important $1,500 level it didn't surprise me, but I admit that silver's recent performance gave us a small thrill. Before jumping into the chart analysis, let's have a look into the factors that contributed to metals' spectacular rally over the past couple of weeks. For the first time in its history the US' perfect AAA credit rating was down... Read More

Silver's Final Bottom Is Not Yet In

on Apr 26, 2013 12:03 pm by Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA

What happened on Friday, April 12 and Monday, April 15 on gold and silver markets looked like a gigantic earthquake - a drop of about $200 (13%) for the yellow metal and almost $5 (18%) for the silver metal. There has been a lot of hyperbole. We even heard it said that a move of that scale would statistically only be expected "once every 4,776 years." Going even further, John Kem... Read More

Jim Rogers Thinks Gold Will Resume Its Bull Market

on Apr 26, 2013 12:00 pm by Commodity HQ

Jim Rogers has long been one of the most influential names in the commodity world and he's never been shy about vocalizing his love of precious metals. Last fall, Rogers expressed his concern that gold was now overvalued and would suffer a falling out with investors. Fast forward to 2013 and it appears that Rogers was right, as gold lost over 18% this spring, sending investors scattering. In... Read More
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