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Gold Prices 2014: What's Next After Tuesday's 2-Week High
Gold Prices 2014: Gold prices per ounce broke through $1,300 on Tuesday, ending the session at their highest level in two weeks.
June gold finished the day up $10.60 at $1,308.90 an ounce. Spot gold ended the session on a favorable note as well, up $12 at $1,309.50. The yellow metal is up 1.1% in April, and up 8% year to date.
The yellow metal's gains this year are tiring out bearish sentiment.Here's why this is a good thing...
The Energy "Crisis Curve" Is Accelerating in a Dangerous Part of the World
Sitting in a new land of plenty, Americans rarely notice disturbing energy trends elsewhere in the world.
But in the course of my global work, it's impossible not to recognize there are serious energy shortages developing in other parts of the world.
In fact, I'm beginning to see worrisome indications this energy "crisis curve" is now accelerating.To continue reading, please click here...
Double-Digit (or More) Profits in This Market Are About to Rocket
It's not often a new kid makes it onto the commodities block.
So I'm going to step beyond the realm of regular resources to discuss one that's burgeoning.
But like most new things that push existing boundaries, it's controversial.
Change can be disrupting… but it can also – in this case – be hugely profitable.
It's acquiring the marketplace qualities of long-traded commodities… one that has the opportunity to be its best performer for years to come.You may have guessed I'm talking about cannabis.
Tech Stocks to Buy Now When the Markets Are Underperforming
The Nasdaq Composite has dropped more than 3% in the last five trading days and more than 6% in the last month. On Friday, the Nasdaq dropped 2.6%, or 110 points, for its second-worst one-day performance of 2014.But, don't panic - here are tech stocks to buy in a wheezing market...
Stock Market Crashers: Why JRCC and GIMO Are Foundering Today
Today (Tuesday), two "stock market crashers" are bleeding on the floor of Wall Street: James River Coal Co. (Nasdaq: JRCC) is down 50.38% so far, and Gigamon Inc. (NYSE: GIMO) has fallen 30.65%.Here’s why they’re bleeding on Wall Street’s floor…
Hot Stocks to Watch: ALKS, EQOL Among Today's Biggest Gainers
Hoping to break a three-day losing streak, all three benchmarks were modestly in the green midday Tuesday.
Monday's market slide took the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 Index, and the Nasdaq each down 1%, leaving the trio in negative territory for the year. Sentiment has turned guarded, as investors worry about valuations. The result has been a notable rotation out of "momentum" stocks into value equities.Here are 12 hot stocks to watch...
Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) to Partner with Room 77 – And More Deals to Come
Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) entered a licensing agreement yesterday (Monday) with online hotel-booking startup Room 77 Inc., as the Internet search company continues to strengthen its hotel-search business.
Travelers use Room 77 to search for discounted hotel rooms based on location, brands, amenities, and ratings. The company's software allows users to search for and book their entire stay without leaving the Room 77 site or mobile app.To continue reading, please click here...
I Can't Believe the U.S. Government Wants to Unleash This on the Public
You've no doubt seen their commercials. They used to be all over the tube hawking their high-yielding certificates of deposit. Now they're all over the tube with their "no hidden fees" campaign.
I like the one where the woman is afraid to try new things because she's had bad experiences before. Her mechanical dog sparks a fire when he drinks water and her trainer hooks her up to electrodes that zap her. I like these commercials; they're funny.all the more outrageous...
Our Man in Japan Shares a Soros-Beating Move
Editor's Note: Our readers always benefit from our global perspective. We're sharing this Private Briefing interview with our readers because it gives them a unique window into the one profit play that beat George Soros to the punch – and delivered returns that were more than 60% greater than what Mr. Soros himself enjoyed. Here's Bill…
KYOTO, Japan – I can't think of any Westerner who has a better handle on Japan-related investment opportunities than our own Keith Fitz-Gerald.
And there's a reason for that. Keith, the Chief Investment Strategist here at Money Map Press, married into a Japanese family many years ago and spends at least part of each year living in that country.
That's given Keith an unrivaled global vantage point and has given his readers the kind of "first-mover" advantage that usually leads to big profits.
Let me share a story that illustrates my point… Full story