We're reprinting an issue from 17 May this year. To put it in context, that was just before stock markets fell more than 10% in a matter of weeks.
Historically, September has been gold’s best month of the year. Looking at more than four decades of monthly returns, gold has seen its biggest increase this month.
The Australian market was right around this level in October 2006. Just one year later the market hit its all-time peak above 7,000 points...
Oil and precious metal prices have strengthened recently. But is this new found strength merely a reflection of ongoing tensions in the Middle East..
What is happening to Apple is they’ve forgotten how to be pioneers. Much like Nokia did. Apple is now trying to recapture market share rather than create new markets.
Cyberwarfare is a $55 billion industry. It’s also America’s fastest-growing industry, set to double in the next 12 months.
If interest rates stay low, odds are stock prices will keep going up. And right now money is flowing into dividend stocks…especially stocks that have shown a willingness to pay out higher dividends.
In Texas these days, there’s a feeling of absolute and unwavering confidence in the concept of an US energy revolution. We’ve been talking about the significant impact of the US’s oil production for a while now, but the buzz about US shale oil and gas is only getting louder.
The US Federal Reserve’s goal is low interest rates. Whether that means the Fed buying government bonds or doing something else isn’t important.
Investing is all about buying cheap and selling dear. Right now, the Russian stock market is so cheap it is practically pricing in a return to communism...