Could the Hong Kong dollar become unhinged against the U.S. dollar, a system in place since 1983?
It's offensive to some of the great intellectual bears but the smart move is to stay with what's is working. When it stops, do something else.
Do these four make sense? The answer, surprisingly, is very much so if they continue to execute as well as they have.
These well-known names are displaying noteworthy technical deterioration.
You can't print gold. You can't devalue it. It is always a good idea to have some gold in your portfolio.
Aggressive trading is not inconsistent with a cautious market approach.
There is little for prudent market players to do but to stay with the trend, even if it feels silly to do so.
We will anticipate, that's how the market works. No matter how we spin it those are anticipatory moves.
The banks have the ability to determine much of what's real and what's phony, more than any other group.
It isn't surprising to see some rotation taking place away from FAANG and tech stocks.