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China trade discussions will continue to be a key driver in Wednesday's market action.
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
Precious metals could rally a lot more if the U.S. dollar weakens.
Here are the reasons why, even in this bear market, it's worth owning stocks in a diversified portfolio.
Both stocks are up sharply.
These names are for those seeking some calm away from the earnings storm.
Current strength in this miner has been building for months.
But you should always have cash and gold anyway.
Trump said the strikes were in the 'national security interest,' focusing on an airfield.
Buy Randgold Resources, which has a price target of $112, on strength.
Randgold Resources, the biggest gold producer on the London Stock Exchange, posted a stronger-than-expected rise in full-year profit.
European stocks fell across the board on Monday.
The downtrend from July has been broken, so the question is how long and how high this new up move may carry.
U.S. stocks fell deep into the red as a selloff in gold prices pulled the materials sector into a spiral.
Despite weaker-than-expected earnings, portfolio managers see multi-pronged growth strategies in place at the sports-apparel maker.
Gold stocks are benefiting from the rush to Gold following the UK's vote Thursday to depart from the European Union.
U.S. stocks extended their declines, piling on heavy losses suffered at the end of last week, as markets continued to react to the pro-exit vote from the U.K.
The rise in gold prices helping to buoy shares of Randgold Resources and AngloGold Ashanti.
I am setting my sights on $120 as the next upside target for GOLD.
U.K. banks continue to get crushed in the wake of last week's Brexit vote as gold, a typical safe-haven investment, surged ahead.
All the gold stocks are poised to pop like 'coiled springs' and Randgold Resources is one of the best of the bunch, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
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