|Day Low/High||49.94 / 50.99|
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This runup is about production cutbacks, not increased demand.
There's a lot riding on its economy, more so than ours.
The idea that any of these commodity companies is out of the woods is just fanciful.
Decisions made years ago have proven disastrous.
Alcoa is a bright spot, but even gold can't escape the wrath of fleeing commodity investors.
The stock has held twice at the critical $31 level, and it will have to rally over $36 to break the downtrend.
Ford (F) and GM (GM) were sharply lower Tuesday, dragged on by another day's selloff in Volkswagen (VLKAY) shares.
Use market volatility to your advantage and pick up shares of 2 solid companies.
Recent movements in oil (and gold) are the result of several factors.
We saw this coming, but there's more to the recent turmoil than China.
It's not about the market, oil or Donald Trump (well, maybe a little...). It's about China.
It seems no one is ready to add risk before Labor Day and many gold bugs are staying on the sidelines.
What it means for metals and oil as production costs move leftward on the cost curve.
Some companies are benefiting, but they're the exception.
Metals prices stink, so use any earnings-related rallies to get out.
Beijing is the metal's top user, so put your pennies in the sector.
Look for another round of short covering if Chinese equities hold/add to Thursday's gains.
Apple (AAPL) shares were higher in midday trading Monday after activist investor Carl Icahn said the company was undervalued and worth almost double its current price.
BHP Billiton (BHP) shareholders have voted in favor of the demerger of metals and mining group South32.
The best way to get small-cap overseas exposure is through a fund.
Stocks, like sports, are unfair sometimes. This is one of those times.