It’s a market of wild swings, powerful trends and enough overshoot to make Evel Knievel blush. Oil just logged its largest one-day drop in three years. That comes after a 21% slide in just 28 trading days. That is on the heels of oil’s 75% bull market rally since June 2017. Surprisingly, there is one […]
All this cash tells me investors are worried. But if you’re dialed into market sentiment, you know this is an opportunity to make big, fast gains.
This chart of gold and stocks suggests participants are rethinking the bull market. The longer they doubt, the more likely market behavior gets nasty.
Fresh money is flowing into crude oil and energy exchange-traded funds (ETFs). That’s encouraging for crude oil bulls. But I’m worried.
It was November 2016. My colleagues and I convened to discuss our biggest and best ideas for the various markets in the years ahead. One of my ideas was “peak demand.” I believed we could approach a point in a few years when global oil demand growth slows down. The world will not stop using […]
Doom and gloom are high this week. But don’t fear. Seasonality is on our side. September is a great time to buy stocks at good prices.
From the current price of $2.66, copper could rally by 50% in two years. Shoot — it could rally by 20% before this year is over!
The bull market won’t last forever. Fortunately, there’s a way to keep your money protected from a major market correction when recession strikes.
The last time China devalued its currency, the yuan, global investors bailed out of natural resources until the dust settled.
In the coming quarters, the U.S. dollar index could fall by 11%. That may not sound like much, but it’s a significant move in the currency market.
When investors are fearful of a trade war, they’re not going to be dumping money into U.S. stocks. But they will consider gold.
When prices become unaffordable, they’ll come down. And this week, traders got another reason to second-guess the world’s appetite for high-priced crude oil.
I’m comforted by the fact the mainstream financial press isn’t talking about gold. Because, by many measures, an investment in gold looks like a sure thing right now.