What’s not to like about the current stock market? Some food for thought for readers as you be the judge on whether taking profit soon is advisable. Worst case I would think an investor should use trailing stops with their current trades. I can still defend reasoning for long term investors to be somewhat cautious versus bullish at present no …Read More
What’s Going On With Gold and the Markets?
Below is a sample of the ETF Trading Service Nightly Report that came out tonight. It does a good job of letting you know what I think about the markets, including gold and silver. Today’s Trades – Current Trades (Non-Green – Bought/Sold/Hold) – Those highlighted in Yellow we are still long. We managed to lock in some good profit today …Read More
Is The Gold Community A Cult?
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: banking crisis, debt, Diversification, dollar collapse, election, ETF, Federal Reserve, GLD, Gold, gold cult, government, HSBC, Inflation, J.P. Mogran, Obama, Romney, SLV, sub-investment derivatives
I recently was involved in a discussion centered around the gold community and their constant talk of manipulation and price suppression. There are some of us in the gold community who understand gold’s place in a diversified portfolio (insurance), have been recommending dollar cost averaging into a position for their clients rather than “all in” like most others who fear …Read More