While prices for food and energy have been rising, inflation in the United States has remained relatively subdued.
You might have noticed that gold’s upward momentum has been blunted recently. Last month, two attempts to take out the November high failed, leaving prices languishing.
An upward sloping consolidation in Gold that began in October has, despite a lack of any real losses, been enough to improve various sentiment indicators.
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European markets jumped on Wednesday after Portugal’s successful bond market offering in which the government sold 1.25 billion euros ($1.62 billion) of sovereign debt. Wall Street likely followed
The major indices posted healthy gains on Wednesday, but on mixed volume. Stocks gapped up at the open and consolidated at the highs for the remainder of the day. All five indices closed at their
Rydex, building off the launch of five equal-weight ETFs last month, announced today the debut of the MSCI All Country World Equal Weight ETF (NYSE:EWAC). The new fund will seek to
Morningstar is reporting that on Tuesday, Jan. 11, iShares announced that it has decreased the expense ratios for 34 of its ETFs, effective Jan. 1. According to morningstar, “In every case, the fee reductions are minimal–between 1 and 5 basis points–and affect only ETFs that invest in foreign-
It’s still too soon to jump back into the precious metals sector. Gold is now due for a yearly cycle correction. A correction of that degree should take gold down to $1300 or lower. Maybe even as
On Jan 11th, 2011, AdvisorShares announced a brand new partnership with TrimTabs Investment Research that will lead to the development of a new actively-managed ETF.
Even at the worst of the softness around Christmas, the Russian market retained its technical poise and now seems to be racing ahead after the new year break.
Dan Dicker, senior contributor for TheStreet, breaks down what physically backed ETFs will do to the copper prices and what stocks he’s buying. Dan is asked if the rise in copper will rival the
Last week, we talked about some pullbacks, particularly in the commodity sector. We weren’t the only ones. Zachary Scheidt, editor of Taipan’s New Growth Investor, hit the nail on the head with
Alright, so you sat out part or all of the commodities bull market of 2010. Maybe you found yourself in the same spot as so many investors and saw the percentage gains for the likes of gold,
According to fredruffy (whatstrading.com), the “Technology Select Sector Fund” (NYSE:XLK) touched a new 52-week high and is up 20 cents to $25.93 and one investor buys-to-open a block of