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Don’t Be Suckered By Stock Market Rally In 2010

Global stock markets are poised to end on a high for the year after mounting an explosive recovery since March lows. The stock market rally, nearly ten months in duration, has surprised many naysayers with its longevity and magnitude. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Buy Gold To Keep Up With Inflation

During the recent stock market rally, it was easy for investors to get complacent about the future and engage in reckless speculation. The common refrain is that there is nothing much to fear except fear itself. After all, esteemed economics … Continue reading

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Has Gold & Silver Finally Bottomed?
Gold Price Gravitating Lower Towards $1000
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A Ray of Hope For Stock Investors

Red October, one of the worst month in Wall Street history, ended on a sweet note on Friday as stocks rallied to cap a week of impressive gains. For the week, the Dow Jones was up 10.1%, S&P 500 was … Continue reading

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Momentum Trading On US Assets

Wall Street suffered a bloody nose on Friday but investors can seek solace that US assets are looking attractive. Hot funds are plumping for US assets and some momentum trading is underway. Continue reading

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Inexorable Slide In Stock Market

No surprise for the red ink given that Dow Jones tumbled 358 points to close at 11,453.42 (its lowest finish since Sept. 11, 2006) due to record high oil prices. Continue reading

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