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The surprising advance is approaching levels that have been difficult for the indices.
There has been far more selling than buying at two of my leadoff hitters.
You'll never pick that one stock or region or sector or index.
A look at dollar futures, plus what to do about gold miners.
As the power of central bankers to keep driving equity markets higher and interest rates lower wanes, more money will look for safety in the yellow metal.
Newmont Mining announced a $500 million debt tender offer on Monday morning at the BMO Metals & Mining Conference in Hollywood, Florida.
Gold-miner Newmont Mining is up over 40% in the past month, while the yellow metal itself is only up 10%, so should investors buy the company's shares?
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer, manager of the ACTION Alerts PLUS charitable trust portfolio, said it’s not too join the gold rush, as skittish investors move from stocks into the metal.
Consider going long NEM on a close above $21 with a sell stop below $17.
The short-term prospects for the stock are improved, but it will take strength above $28 to really get things in gear.
Metals, energy stocks may offer best protection since they've already taken big hits.
The Animas River is turning orange after more than 3 million gallons of waste water spilled out of an abandoned gold mine, releasing high levels of heavy metals.
Worst headache may be earnings reports from major oil companies.
From a slowing economy to super-expensive Apple, worries abound.
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning." -- Lt. Col. Bill Gilgore, Apocalypse Now This morning's observations and views: Worrisome fundamentals and technicals. Global economic growth is eroding and the U.S. stock market's leadership is narrowin...
Metals prices stink, so use any earnings-related rallies to get out.
Will supply vanish after the Nasdaq futures' move?
British bank HSBC, (HSBC) in a major revamping of its global strategy, said on Tuesday that it would shed as many as 50,000 jobs as it sells several underperforming businesses.
Such a break would signal an all-clear for more aggressive trading.