|Day Low/High||60.71 / 62.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||52.60 / 75.31|
Commodity stocks that look best positioned for a reversal higher this month
With St. Patrick's Day upon us, there are a few stocks that may not be so lucky for your portfolio.
There are lots of factors that could potentially work in the mining sector's favor, one of which could be President Trump.
But beyond the short term, the market looks just fine.
Two gold stocks to consider in light of market conditions.
NVIDIA, NXP Semi and Applied Materials could all continue their big runs this year.
The yellow metal may bounce a bit more, but longer-term investors may want to take things slowly.
Investors worried about investor euphoria should consider a gold producer like Newmont Mining.
I prefer GG to its major gold-mining competitors for its discount to book price.
Assuming a Clinton win, she may be handicapped, by both federal investigators and Republicans.
Lack of an oil output freeze vs. petroleum inventory reductions are making oil prices volatile.
U.S. stocks fell deep into the red as a selloff in gold prices pulled the materials sector into a spiral.
Navistar shares were rallying Tuesday on news of a major stake taken by Volkswagen.
Shares of Newmont Mining and Freeport-McMoRan get a boost on a bullish commodities report.
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
We are bullish on gold as long as central bankers are stuck in the low-rate/low-growth cycle.
If the mining shares close below their lowest July point, I would take profits.
When stocks and sectors compete with each other for money, bet on the first ones out of the blocks.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocked its seventh straight record close on Wednesday, as Microsoft shares surged following better-than-expected earnings.
Economic themes remain supportive of upping the percentage of safe-haven assets in investor portfolios.
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.
Wall Street entered panic mode after a pro-'Brexit' vote sparked worries over political and economic instability across the pond.
Global markets were sent into a tailspin Friday following the U.K.'s decision to exit the European Union.
A dovish Federal Reserve has helped lift shares of Brandywine Realty Trust 18 percent thus far in 2016.