The markets had a really-strong session on Tuesday and gapped up and ran all day in 5-wave advances.
Last week, messaging software company Slack Technologies announced that it will be going public and has confidentially filed to go public.
Is today the day that four important indices all break above their 200-day moving averages at the same time? Possible!
Let’s do some analysis of the Consumer Price Index, the best-known measure of inflation.
One of the biggest stories post-Canadian marijuana legalization is the supply shortage.
Gold stocks have to do more to confirm they are in a new bull market.
I always hear you say that your videos serve to highlight some companies, and that if we find them interesting, we should then proceed with our own due diligence.
Last July I posted a monthly chart of copper futures to show you that the earlier move up had been completed when the price hit the accurately predicted $3.32 level and we have entered a bearish mode.
Today, we keep on hearing about the advancements in solar technology.
The only index which offered a little kicker was the Russell 2000; it posted a small gain which left it nestled against declining resistance.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) remains upbeat on the outlook for US consumer spending in 2019.
The markets had a consolidation-type day on Monday and closed mixed on the session.
Seasonally, there is a weak price period for gold from late-February until late June or early July.
While it seems easy to find articles suggesting that the “Sky Is Falling” or a recession is right around the corner, some assets are reflecting positive patterns and breakouts.
Most of these types of charts show you that oil demand will peak in the next few years, maybe five years. Not this one. According to this chart, which is from Bank of America Merrill Lynch about a week ago, oil demand growth has already peaked.
The latest JOLTS report (Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary), with data through December, is now available.
The bread and butter of that technological revolution is Crown Castle International Corporation(NYSE:CCI), a real estate investment trust (REIT) that is the largest provider of shared communication (cellular) infrastructure in the U.S.
The takeaway was, tariffs do funny things to markets … such as lumber prices rising so high, you pay more for a new home.
I reserve most of the work on precious metals for NFTRH weekly reports and in-week updates because it is done on a consistent basis, with the work done previously key to the narrative making sense in real time and going forward.
Taking on and defying convention in other arenas can be important in terms of quality of life issues (happiness), quality of life issues (physical health) which in turn can have a profound impact on quality of life (personal financial matters).
The market story has become the battle of the 200-day moving average.
For a second week in a row, real estate investment trusts (REITs) in the US posted the strongest return for the major asset classes.
There’s a shockingly common misconception about insider trading out there, and it’s keeping investors from taking advantage of a powerful moneymaking tool.
Is the popular Tech ETF (NYSEARCA:QQQ) forming a “Head & Shoulders” topping pattern? Low odds, yet possible!
There is one important truth that is indisputable, irrefutable, and absolutely undeniable: “mean reversions” are the only constant in the financial markets over time.