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TraderStef & Dave Janda Break-Down A Stock Market Teetering On The Edge, Gold, And More

TraderStef joins Dave Janda to discuss some critical information on the stock markets, the economy, and gold. Tune in for this important update… TraderStef (connect with TraderStef via Twitter or at TraderStef’s website) interviewed by Dave Janda on Operation Freedom via TraderStef.wordpress.com Original Title:  Original Source: https://davejanda.com Interview Topics: Introduction by Dr. Janda Stock Markets – Bull vs. Bear Market Profit taking time ...

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Jerome Powell Is Between A Rock And A Hard Place

One of the major drags on the market, besides trade wars, has been uncertainty about whether the Fed will raise rates this month. Despite the verbal bravado of Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, over how strong the U.S. economy is, he doesn’t live in a vacuum. Powell’s borne the brunt of President Trump’s recent accusations that the Fed’s hikes are ...

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Watching Gold | Global Macro Monitor

Gold is looking interesting. Fundamentally, it shouldn’t as the Fed is tightening the screws on liquidity, the ECB is ready to stop the printing press, and international reserves continue to decline. Check out the chart.  Higher lows since August,  a breakout of a crude cup-and-handle formation, and what looks like the coming test of the 200-day at 1257, which has ...

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Gold Still Looking For Direction – David Brady

David says the bottom may not yet be in, however, he also says the risk to the downside is far outweighed by what’s to come for gold. Here’s why… by David Brady via Sprott Money News Until the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Canada at the request of the U.S., I was becoming more neutral to bullish on Gold. The ...

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The Myth of the Neutral Interest Rate

In his speech to the Economic Club of New York on November 28 2018, the Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell said that the US central bank’s policy interest rate is just below the neutral rate. This prompted many commentators to suggest that a tighter interest rate stance of the Fed is likely coming to an end. At the end ...

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