The Return Of Fear And The Flight To Safety
The sentiment from the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco was one of fear the nosedive that equities took in October has understandably shaken investors confidence in the stock markets.
Janet Yellen Throws Shade As Bitcoin Turns 10 Years Old
Cryptocurrencies have no place in the global economy as a legitimate unit of money, this according to Janet Yellen, former Chair of the Federal Reserve.
'Halloween Candy Price Inflation To Rise From The Dead' - IHS Markit
Halloween Candy Price Inflation To Rise From The Dead - IHS Markit
Janet Yellen Disapproves Of Trump's Trade Policy, Says Outlook Is "Excellent"
Janet Yellen Disproves Of Trumps Trade Policy, Says Economic Outlook Is Excellent
What Happens After The Storm Hit Stock Markets, According To Experts
The Mines & Money Conference in Toronto happened during a tumultuous time for the markets.
Cannabis: The Next Mining Killer?
Miners have to just wait out the cannabis frenzy until the bubble pops for investor capital to flow back into the metals space, this according to mining executives and fund managers.
Extreme Fear Is Here; Is This The Start Of A New Era?
The CNN Fear & Greed Index is currently at 7 the Extreme Fear category, which is a notch lower than Wednesdays close at 8, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 800 points.
The Biggest Gold Bulls From Denver On Why Rally Is Inevitable
With Dow Jones Industrial Average plunging more than 800 points on Wednesday and gold climbing more than 2% on Thursday, are investors finally giving up on risk assets and shifting their weight to gold?
Short Sellers Beware: Gold "Must Go Higher" - Edelson Institute
The cost of acquisitions has now fallen below the cost of exploration for major miners, and gold prices could benefit from a dwindling resource supply, this according to a recent report from the Edelson Institute.
Ignore Gold's Noise; Coming Recession, Weakening U.S. Dollar To Support - Tocqueville
Gold and mining shares put in a bottom during August and are on the way up, owing to spiraling U.S. sovereign credit and an imminent recession, according to Tocqueville Asset Management.
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