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Will Gold Price’s Next ‘Big Move’ Soar To $2,400 Or Collapse To $1,600? – Chris Vermeulen

The short-term momentum for gold is skewed to the downside, and Chris Vermeulen, chief market strategist said that a support level of $1,810 could be tested before the next ‘big move’ upwards begins. However, if prices continue to trend below $1,810 an ounce, gold could fall all the way to $1,600. 0:00 – Vaccine news impact on gold 5:00 – Equities 8:30 – Gold: support levels and long-term forecast 16:14 – Junior gold miners __________________________________________________________________ Kitco News is the world’s #1 source of metals market information. Our […]

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Gold Bull Market to Explode, Overweight My 40-year Average, Says Rick Rule

The Bible teaches us that if you want to be great in God’s kingdom, we must serve, rather than be served. In his own words, Rick Rule gives his input on that very significant topic. Not only does it refer to building a great business or wealth, but applies to all areas of life we participate in. Rick Rule, President and CEO of Sprott U.S., shares with our Daniela Cambone his thoughts on the current state of the gold market. While he warns against “backing up the […]

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Gold or Silver, Which Metal Will Be Most Explosive? | Todd “Bubba” Horwitz

When it comes to picking the best metal to invest in, which has the most upside potential right now? In his interview with our Daniela Cambone, Todd “Bubba” Horwitz of bubbatrading.com says that consolidation is known as the greatest time of uncertainty; “gold, silver and platinum are all in that phase.” He adds, “We are trend traders with the idea of trading the direction of least resistance— as of today, that is short. However, that does not mean we do not emotionally suffer from the same thing […]

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Gold Price Plummets $100, Can It Go Lower? Pfizer, Travel Stocks Soar, Zoom Tanks

Gold price dropped $100, or 4.5% on Monday as Pfizer announced that its COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective. The S&P 500 climbed 2.9%, the Dow is up 3.8%, and the NASDAQ is up only 1%, dragged down by companies that benefit from the work from home culture, like Zoom (-12%) and Netflix (-4%). Peter Hug, global trading director of Kitco Metals, said that these moves factor in expectations that are a bit ‘premature’. __________________________________________________________________ Kitco News is the world’s #1 source of metals market information. Our videos […]

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The Kingdom of God, Productivity, and Taxes

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The majority of Christians, unfortunately, have bought into the idea of taking the wealth from productive citizens and having it distributed to them. This undermines the value of the creative, innovative and visionary entrepreneurs, resulting in a much weaker economy, as capital is consumed at the expense of economic growth. For all the excessive taxes levied on those with wealth, it removes the usage of that money for investment and productive endeavors. In this article we’ll look at why this is wrong according to the Bible, and […]

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Why Southwest Airlines Is Ready To Take Off

source: don’t waste your money My latest investing article. This time I look at why Southwest Airlines (LUV) is undervalued and ready to take off. Take into account I wrote this article on April 15, 2019 when considering whether or not to take a position in the company based upon the information I offered. The bottom line of the article is Southwest Airlines growth strategy looks solid; with its focus on expanding to Hawaii and adding numerous short routes in the U.S. The primary focus of the […]

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Why Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. Should Break Out in 2018

source: q13fox  Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI) is positioned to generate a lot of forward momentum in 2018, as the company approaches the closing of its deal to acquire Tribune, enjoys the benefits of the easing of local ownership deregulation, and boosts revenue from the upcoming elections. As for the partison background noise which I consider nothing more than manufactured outrage by its competitors and their political allies, it won’t have much if any impact on the long-term performance of Sinclair. In fact, it has helped drive down […]

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