Market Focus: Metals, Minerals, & Mining
- Mar 12 Gold Price Jumps, Breaks “Resistance” at $1361 by Adrian Ash
- Mar 07 Safe Havens Are Trouncing Stocks So Far This Year by Sy Harding
- Mar 06 Gold Price “Will Probably Test $1400” as Crimea Moves to Quit Ukraine by Adrian Ash
- Mar 06 Ned Schmidt: Bear Market in Gold Is Over by FS Staff
- Mar 04 Gold Price Drops 3/4 of “Ukraine Crisis” Jump as Russia Moves to Ease Tensions by Adrian Ash
- Feb 28 The Deadly Undercurrent of Deflation by Clif Droke
- Feb 26 The 2014 Gold Rally: The Real Deal, or a Flash in the Pan? by John Kosar CMT
- Feb 24 The Counter-Intuitive Gold Play by Clif Droke
- Feb 19 Gold: Get Positioned and Sit Tight by Justin Smyth
- Feb 18 Gold’s Comeback and Bitcoin’s Silent Crash by Clif Droke
Ned Schmidt: The Bear Market in Gold Is Over
Jim welcomes back Ned Schmidt CFA, Publisher of The Value View Gold & The Agri-Food Value View Reports at Schmidt Management Company. Ned and Jim cover both the agriculture and gold markets this week. Ned believes the long bear market in gold is over, and gives his views on gold and the...
Technician David Nicoski: Bullish Outlook on U.S. Equities Still in Place
This week on the Financial Sense Newshour, Erik Townsend welcomes David Nicoski CMT, Director of Research at Vermilion Technical Research, LLC. David sees the bullish outlook for US equities as still in place, and believes the emerging market risk is contained to the emerging markets for now.
Eoin Treacy: 2014 to Be a Choppy Environment – Markets Will Test the Resolve of Janet Yellen
Jim welcomes back Eoin Treacy, Global Strategist at Fullermoney. Eoin expects this year to be characterized by a choppy market environment. He believes much of the choppiness will be caused by leveraged traders and algo-traders at the margin.
Robin Griffiths: Stock Market Needs a 20% Pullback to Stay Healthy – Last Year an Anomaly
Jim is pleased to welcome back Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at The ECU Group in London. Robin and Jim discuss why the stock market needs a 20%+ pullback to reach normal valuations. Robin expects the first half of the year to be volatile, with more risk-off than risk-on.