Chris Vermeulen: Our Models New Stock Market Highs Are IMMINENT

Chris makes the case for a break-out in the stock market, and not only that, but gold & silver will rise along with the stock market. Here are the details… by Chris Vermeulen of The Technical Traders Our proprietary adaptive learning tools, specifically our adaptive predictive price modeling tool, is clearly illustrating higher price rotation over the next few weeks ...

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Investment Update: IMF report highlights gold’s relevance

1 Available in . The IMF Global Financial Stability report, released on 10 October, highlighted an increase in the level of risk among multiple global metrics. Following its publication, stocks in the US, Europe and Asia lost 4%, 3% and 4% respectively over three days. While the market has regained some of its early losses, we believe the report and ...

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Gold Traders’ Report – October 18, 2018

Gold traded either side of unchanged last night in a range of $1218.70 – $1225.20, largely fading movement in the US dollar.  Gold fell to its $1218.70 low during Asian hours as the DX climbed to 95.78 (resistance at the 10/10 95.79 high).  The dollar was aided from weakness in the pound ($1.3125 – $1.3076) and euro ($1.1507 – $1.1481) ...

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Dow falls more than 300 points as the market’s October struggles persist

Among the reasons for selling on Thursday, according to investors, were worries about the U.S.-China trade war, rising interest rates and lingering worries about possible overvalued U.S. tech stocks. Stocks also fell as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pulled out of a Saudi Arabia investment conference as traders worried a large global investor in the kingdom is coming under greater scrutiny. ...

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China posts economic data amid trade war with US

China’s economic growth slowed more than expected to the weakest pace since the first quarter of 2009 as the country’s trade war with the U.S. puts pressure on growth, according to official data released on Friday. The world’s second-largest economy said its economy grew 6.5 percent year-over-year in the third quarter of 2018. That missed expectations for a 6.6 percent ...

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Italy never should have joined the euro, and the ECB can’t rescue it from its next crisis

Italian financial tremors are again rumbling dangerously. Yields on the country’s 10-year government bonds, which briefly topped 3% when President Sergio Mattarella temporarily stopped the 5 Star Movement and the League from forming a government, appear primed to rise even higher, potentially plunging Italy and the eurozone in an unmanageable crisis. Italy is not just a deeply troubled country, it ...

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31 Years Ago Today, “It Felt Really Scary” – The Fed Remembers ‘Black Monday’

Via FederalReserveHistory.org, Authored by Donald Bernhardt and Marshall Eckblad, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago The first contemporary global financial crisis unfolded in the autumn of 1987 on a day known infamously as “Black Monday.”  A chain reaction of market distress sent global stock exchanges plummeting in a matter of hours. In the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) dropped 22.6 ...

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