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  • How Stock Investors Can Hedge against Severe Losses
    Knowing when to sell may be the most difficult part of investing. This is because the two most significant factors that drive the markets are greed and fear. When stocks are flying, our natural inclination is to hang on and hope for more. When they fall, we sell the shares out of fear — often […]
  • Technical Analysis for Precious Metals
    The metal failed yesterday to stabilize above 1323.20 reducing positivity to an extent. MACD is still showing positive signals and RSI is still stable above line 50 despite the slight bearishness, which keeps the possibility of the overall upside move.

  • Technical Analysis for Energy Markets
    The price broke the intraday support which might trigger further bearishness to test 102.00 as we need to monitor 103.25 to confirm the next move, whereas breaking this level confirm moving towards 102.00 first. On the other hand, a break above 104.00 levels provides a positive support to bring back the upside move with its next targets residing at 105.20. Therefore, we need to monitor the price at the mentioned levels to determine the next move.

  • Bullion and Energy Market Commentary
    GOLD closed higher on Monday as it extends this month’s rally. The midrange close sets the stage for a steady opening when Tuesday’s night session begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI are neutral to bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible nearterm. If it extends this month’s rally, the reaction high crossing is the next upside target. Closes below the 10day moving average would confirm that a shortterm top has been posted.

  • Can Biden Stop Putin?
    Putin is back to his old tricks, fomenting unrest in eastern Ukraine and keeping energy prices elevated. Is it all a negotiating ploy to enhance his China prospects? Meanwhile, the U.S. oil export ban is springing leaks and clean coal projects could be the cheapest clean energy source.

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  • Freedom, Privacy and Fusakichi
    America is a nation of immigrants. Most of us can trace our roots to some place other than the U.S. For many Americans, this means European ancestry. I can’t claim any lineage to the Mayflower, nor did any of my ancestors cross the vast Midwest prairie in covered wagons. Like yours, however, my ancestors came […]
  • Technical Analysis for Precious Metals
    The metal inched higher with the beginning of this week to stabilize above 1323.20 that represents the extended target 78.6% correction of the bullish harmonic AB=CD Pattern. Stability above the referred to level brings back the pattern’s effect and might extend bullishness to test 23.6% correction and perhaps 61.8% correction of the bullish wave that started from the bottom 1182.46 reaching the top 1387.82.

  • Technical Analysis for Energy Markets
    The price managed to breach 104.00 and is attempting to to build a support above it to support extending the upside move over short term basis, as our next target resides at 105.20 supported by SMA 50 which encourages us to favor further gains in the upcoming period. Breaching 105.20 extends bullishness towards 108.00, as its significant to stabilize above 103.35 to keep the opportunities of achieving the suggested targets.

  • Bullion and Energy Market Commentary
    GOLD closed lower on Friday. The lowrange close sets the stage for a steady opening when Monday’s night session begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI are neutral to bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible nearterm. Closes below the 10day moving average would temper the nearterm friendly outlook.

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  • A Tale of Two Banks
    JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon quoted A Tale of Two Cities to explain a rough quarter for his bank. Meanwhile Well Fargo made profits the old way: by lending money to people.

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