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Europe: How A Handful Of French Banks Will Implode The Euro (GLD, SLV, VGK, FXE, EWQ)

January 12th, 2012

Kevin McElroy: Everyone knows that European countries (NYSE:VGK) are broke. And many of their banks are broke too. The European financial system is tied together in a multi-cord knot pulled taut between the European Central Bank (ECB), individual country banks and commercial banks in Read more…

NYSE:EWQ, NYSE:FXE, NYSE:VGK

ETF Investors: A Silver Bullet For Commodities (SLV, GLD, CORN, AA, RJA, UGA, USO, AGQ, ZSL)

January 12th, 2012

Sean Brodrick: So far, January has been a bullish month for commodities. In fact, if you read my December 29 column, “3 Commodities to Buy for 2012,” you saw that I recommended three commodity funds in that column — the United States Gasoline Fund (NYSE:UGA), the Rogers International Read more…

NYSE:CORN, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:RJA, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:UGA, NYSE:ZSL

Lessons Learned From Gold In 2011 (GLD, IAU, SPY, GDX, GDXJ)

January 12th, 2012

Jared Cummans: Commodities made headlines throughout most of last year, but for all of the wrong reasons. 2011 saw a number of commodity investments turn sour with just six of the 22 major commodities posting annual gains. No commodity was more talked about than gold, however, as the Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU

Absurd Gold/Silver Price Ratio; Why $500/oz Silver Is Now A Certainty In The Future (SLV, GLD, AGQ, PSLV, ZSL)

January 9th, 2012

Jeff Nielson: Arithmetic is a harsh mistress. Irrespective of how badly the banking cabal wishes to suppress the prices of gold and silver, and irrespective of how much brute force they are able to apply to the market over the short term with their (illegal) manipulations; the inexorable pull of supply and Read more…

NYSE:AGQ, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:PSLV, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:ZSL

October ETF Data: Surge In Inflows, Back Above $1 Trillion (EEM, IWM, SPY, GLD, FAZ)

November 3rd, 2011

Michael Johnston: ETF assets rode a surge in stock markets higher in October, as total AUM for U.S.-listed exchange-traded products climbed higher by more than 11% last month. According to the latest figures from the National Stock Exchange, ETP assets stood at $1.08 trillion at the end of October, with monthly Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQ, NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXY, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:IWM, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:VWO

Seven (7) Liquid ETFs Beating The Market (GLD, XLU, TLT, IEF, VXX, XLU)

November 3rd, 2011

Moby Waller: As we have entered November, 2011 has turned into yet another year where “buy and hold” of the major market indices hasn’t really worked.  The 4 major US stock index ETFs are mixed on the year: Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IEF, NYSE:TLT, NYSE:VXX, NYSE:XLU

Michael Berry: Questions To Ask Every Mining Company (GLD, GDX, GDXJ, NEM, ABX)

November 3rd, 2011

Brian Sylvester: Could a few simple questions help you find winners in the mining space? Dr. Michael Berry, publisher of Morning Notes, thinks so. Berry has taken years of experience picking resource stocks and boiled it down to key questions he asks of every company. He has refined his Discovery Investing Read more…

NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GDXJ, NYSE:GLD

One Person With A Mission Of Trying To Build The World’s Safest Bank (GLD, SLV, FAS, FAZ, SKF)

November 3rd, 2011

Martin Hutchinson: One Canadian entrepreneur may well be forging an innovative path to changing the global banking landscape – for the better. And in the process he may build the world’s safest bank. Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:SLV

Investors: Greece and The Gold & Silver ETF Hedge (GLD, SLV, AGQ, UGL, IAU)

November 3rd, 2011

George Maniere: I can’t be the only person that finds it a bit ironic that the fate of the global economy rests on the decision of whether or not Greece remains a member of the European Union. Make no mistake, if Greece leaves the European Union there will be a global ripple effect that would almost certainly Read more…

NYSE:AGQ, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:UGL

An Essential Follow-Up on Platinum (PPLT, PALL, SLV, GLD, IAU)

November 2nd, 2011

Kevin McElroy: I hope you followed my advice last week. I suggested buying shares of the ETFS Physical Platinum ETF (NYSE: PPLT). I put in a Good-Til-Cancelled bid (aka – a “stink-bid”) at $155, and it didn’t look like it would get filled. But then yesterday, the ETF gapped lower to just under $155, and I Read more…

NYSE:PALL, NYSE:PPLT

Investing: Fed, Markets Concerned About Deflation (TLT, TIP, IEF, GLD, SH, UUP)

November 2nd, 2011

Chris Ciovacco: As we noted on November 1, a rally back toward 1,250 is well within bear market bounds.  How we rally (volume, conviction, etc.) will tell us quite a bit about the odds of a more lasting upside move in stocks.  We also outlined in a recent video reasons why the improvement in market breadth does Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IEF, NYSE:SH, NYSE:TIP, NYSE:TLT, NYSE:UUP

A Rush From Sugar Or A Rush To Gold? (GLD, SLV, GDX, AGQ, ZSL, DZZ)

November 2nd, 2011

Tim Price:

“We think we have an agreement, but we are not sure what it is.” Read more…

NYSE:AGQ, NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SLV

Three (3) Legendary Commodity Investors (GLD, ABX, GG, GDX, GDXJ)

November 2nd, 2011

Jared Cummans: Commodity investing used to be something that was left only for experts and farmers who fully understood the nuances of these trading tools. But in recent years the space has been cracked open with a number of mutual funds and exchange traded products hopping in on the action Read more…

NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GDXJ, NYSE:GLD

Gold Ready To Attack Prior Highs In The 1900’s (GLD, GDX, GDXJ, IAU, DZZ)

November 2nd, 2011

David Banister: It’s been several weeks since I’ve written about Gold and we have had a wild ride since the 1910-1920 highs in August.  At the time as we approached I forecasted a major correction was nigh and we were shorting the rise from 1862-1910 prior to a huge $208 drop that took place over just a few days. Read more…

NYSE:DZZ, NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GDXJ, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU

Morning Call: Markets Try to Repair Damage Ahead of Fed Announcement

November 2nd, 2011

US stock futures point to a higher open Wednesday following yesterday’s sharp decline. The drop was fueled by Greece’s decision to hold a public vote on new austerity measures, which are extremely unpopular and have caused widespread riots. The surprising vote came less than a week after European officials hammered out a Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:SPY




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