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The U.K. election result is a hung parliament. For investors, that's the worst of all possible outcomes.
With stocks rebounding, investors face a tough choice.
Since the demonetization shock late last year, the Indian stock market has recouped its losses, and then some. Housing-related shares haven't hit their roof yet.
Gold is not reliant on the good faith and credit of any government.
We'd buy strength.
AKS's pace of decline has slowed.
Today's break to the downside needs to stabilize; if support doesn't hold, it will signal a deeper and longer bearish phase.
Tax changes in Japan should benefit the huge trading companies that call the country home. Restructuring is on the cards, while the commodity rally also plays into better profits.
Gold has produced a better return than equities, despite all the stock market hoopla.
If you made money in gold on the way up, you should be taking profits now.

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