|Day Low/High||8.85 / 9.19|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.72 / 10.31|
Many of the smaller stocks I favor have not reported earnings yet and I'm cutting them back.
It's a mistake to declare the action as either bullish or bearish.
You can't print gold. You can't devalue it. It is always a good idea to have some gold in your portfolio.
The market trend is up and that's all that matters in the short term.
Right now there's still too many pockets of good momentum to worry much about overall market conditions.
Here's what I'm trading and what's on my radar today.
Market players are trying to navigate the rotational action.
These gold-related names are a great hedge against tail risk amid Covid-19.
There's a lot moving in this market -- It's all about sector rotation and stock-picking.
My overall market thesis is that a trading range will develop but the indices are still hunting to find support.
Investors should consider exposure to gold through some of the biggest and best-performing gold mining stocks. Here's a starting point.
These mining names look attractive at this juncture. But do your homework.
U.S. stocks fell deep into the red as a selloff in gold prices pulled the materials sector into a spiral.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocked its seventh straight record close on Wednesday, as Microsoft shares surged following better-than-expected earnings.
Mining recent 13Fs gives us an abundance of gold and silver, bank and insurance ideas.
It may just be a matter of time before a confirmation from the S&P.
Even if we advance in the next few days, the indices' technical damage is worrisome.
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