Posts tagged with: Markets

Gold is trading lower, but definitely not as bad as last night’s starting point with the trade at $1,586.30 down $4 after dipping down to $1,551.00 with the high to beat at $1,594.20. Silver is down 22 cents after yesterday’s...
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The surging demand for repo liquidity – and massively expanded bailout facility size by the New York Fed – suggests there is a major global scramble for USD funding, and today’s price action in the archaic money markets exposes it...
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Over the course of the last few hours, we have been moving back and forth between being aghast at the market carnage, and all it might imply, and feeling agonizingly anxious about missing out on the rebound sure to be coming....
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These last couple of weeks have been crazy in the markets, last week we saw steady declines and this week we’re yo-yoing from one of the best days in the market to date to one of the worst. ...
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The Nasdaq crashed 13% from February 24-28. The three-month crash into late December 2018 was 20%+, but not this sharp. This crash is now the fastest in one week following a new high in stocks....
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On October 19, 1987, the US stock market suffered the worst crash in its more than 200 year history, dropping more than 23% in a matter of hours....
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Is gold a commodity, an investment, or money?...
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The big news this week was the drop in the prices of the metals (though we believe that it is the dollar which is going up), $57 and $1.81 respectively....
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The coronavirus continues to take its toll on the stock market....
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From Charles Nenner: “It’s Time to Sell.” (January 28, 2020) “Market will go down 40%” “We are totally out of stocks.” “These bull markets don’t stop on a dime.” “Small investors are upset if they miss another two or three...
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