Gold is hanging around its most expensive prices since futures on the commodity started trading almost half a century ago in 1974. While the price levels have increased, the action around gold has not. Volatility has only risen slightly in gold products, and it is in fact still below its historical average. As gold feels… Read more.
The US dollar (USD) is in a bit of a downward spiral in recent trade as it closed lower yesterday for the thirteenth time in the last seventeen trading days. More than 6% off its highs of mid-March, USD has fallen at the hands of a few different characters that mainly include the Australian dollar… Read more.
Those new to the equity space might think of the “stock market” as a singular entity that summarizes the state of all public companies, whereas more experienced traders will clarify that the current state of stocks depends on the index you subscribe to. This idea is especially relevant now, as the Nasdaq rests near all-time… Read more.
Gold is flirting with its most expensive prices since August 2011, and it’s doing so in a historically unique manner. Other precious metals such as silver and platinum are less than half the price they were at the time of gold’s previous high, and many stocks have bounced back to approach or in some cases… Read more.
The stock market is off to one of its more volatile years in recent history, and it’s showing little sign of stabilizing. At the halfway point of 2020, the Small Stocks 75 Index has already posted a high-to-low range exceeding the ranges of each of the last four years, and it has shown 13 daily… Read more.