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GoldSilver.com’s Mike Maloney Predicts U.S. Currency Crisis ‘Before The End Of This Decade’

One “crash prophet” who I check in on from time to time is Mike Maloney, a precious metals expert, advisor, and author who runs California-based GoldSilver.com (specializing in the instruction of precious metals investing and providing world-clas...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jan 28, 2016

Gold ‘One Of The Best Assets To Own In 2016’?

Gold is making headlines again as interest in the yellow metal picks up due to the recent carnage on Wall Street and other financial concerns. It’s been some time since I’ve checked-up on precious metals, and here are excerpts from two insightful...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jan 27, 2016

Bull Market In Stocks Turns 6, Wall Street Sees At Least 7

The bull market in U.S. stocks turned 6-years-old today. On March 9, 2009: • The Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 6,547.05, its lowest point since April 15, 1997 • The S&P 500 was at 676.53, its lowest point since September 12, 1996. •...
by Survival And Prosperity on Mar 9, 2015

Apple to Join Dow Jones Industrial Index Replacing AT&T

Apple Inc., the world’s largest company by its market value of $736 billion, has joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a move some have likened to winning an Oscar at the Academy Awards for the esteemed and exclusive Dow Jones. Now, Apple jo...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 7, 2015

The Greece Debt Crisis: Back in Four Short Months

This past Friday, we got news of Greece’s debt extension. The headline at the Financial Post said it all: “Greece and its EU paymasters reach accord to keep bailout funds flowing for four months.” (Source: Financial Post, February 20, 2014.)...

February Looking Up for Stocks?

February appears to be setting up to be a month of romance with the stock market after the DOW blasted up 521 points in the first two sessions of the month. Now, you must be wondering about how the stock market is playing, given the turmoil and vo...

Current Stock Market Not a Good Play for New Money?

Which DOW stock just hit a home run with its earnings? It was The Walt Disney Company (DIS), reporting another strong quarter in terms of its parks and resorts, consumer products, and media networks. It was a solid quarter for the company and the sto...

Collapse in Trading Volume Makes Stock Price Rise Suspicious

One of the fundamentals of economics is that rising demand for an item pushes prices higher, while declining demand results in lower prices. It's common sense: the more people want something, the higher the price; the less people want something, the...

Ukraine Rattles Stocks but Dow Ends Week in Positive Territory for the Year

Last week was tough for US stocks with the Dow Jones industrial average falling enough to place it in negative territory for the year. This week looked better as it managed to get back into positive territory during the week, but those gains looked t...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 16, 2014

S&P 500 has Worst Week in Two Years and Dow in Negative Territory for the Year

It only took a couple of days at the end of the week to completely change the recent stock market momentum. On Wednesday it appeared there still might be a chance for the Dow Jones industrial average to reach a record high, and the S&P 500 to to...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 2, 2014

Dow Sees Biggest Decline in Six Weeks as S&P 500 Fails to Extend Record Closes

The week for stocks looked so promising through Thursday, but Friday brought about a sour note leaving stocks lower for the Dow than where it began for the week, and erasing record highs the S&P 500 had been achieving during the week. The Friday...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 26, 2014

Why the Federal Reserve Wants to Reign in the Stock Market.

Surprise, surprise. The market still doesn’t get it. We wonder if they ever will. The odds are they won’t get it. For some reason they can’t see the bigger picture. They’re too busy looking at their short-term trading account. That’s why wh...
by Asxnewbie on Jul 16, 2014

Dow Tops 17,000 and S&P 500 Hits Record High in Short Week of Trading

A short week for stocks couldn’t dampen trader’s spirits as both the Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 index hit new all-time highs in the week leading up to the Fourth of July. With stock markets taking a break to celebrate In...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 4, 2014

Dow Tops 17000 and S&P 500 Hits Record High in Short Week of Trading

A short week for stocks couldn’t dampen trader’s spirits as both the Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 index hit new all-time highs in the week leading up to the Fourth of July. With stock markets taking a break to celebrate I...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 4, 2014

Guess Who Is Pushing the Stock Market Higher Now

When I look at the stock market, I ask who in their right mind would buy stocks? While key stock market indices creep higher, the fundamentals suggest the complete opposite. But despite valuations being stretched, insiders selling, corporate revenue...

About That Economic Mirage We Are Living Today

Dear reader, yesterday we got the news that the U.S. economy “unexpectedly” contracted by one percent in the first three months of this year. This is the first time since the first quarter of 2011 that the U.S. experienced negative growth! This...

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by StatFace on May 26, 2014

Double Bottom in for Gold Prices?

While the Federal Reserve has cut back on its money printing program, the fact of the matter is that the “official” U.S. national debt is closing in on $18.0 trillion. The unofficial national debt (when obligations like Social Security, Medicare,...

Multi-Month Price Consolidation in the Cards

There still is no real trend in the equity market. One day, stocks sell off big-time; the next, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average hit new record-highs. This is a very tough market to figure; anything can happen when monetary policy is...

The Start of the Collapse for “Internet Darling” Stocks?

If you want to see what happens when irrationality over a stock comes to an end, check out this chart of Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ/AMZN). In 2013, Amazon.com stock went up 63%. So far this year, the stock has collapsed 25% as investors realize conver...


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