More Fed Money Printing In The Near Future Would Have No Positive Effect On The Real Economy

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and other Fed officials are monitoring the implications of the trade war and “will act as appropriate to sustain the [economic] expansion.” Powell even seems warm to the idea of bringing back quantitative easing (aka “QE”) and removing the “unconventional” stigma from it in order to make it a more…

Resource Sector Digest: Plenty To Like About Metalla, But It’s Time To Take Profits

(Source) We revisit a small precious metals royalty company in this week’s… Resource Sector Digest (Vol. 135 – June 3, 2019) Brought to you by Itinerant and The Investment Doctor. In case you missed out on previous editions of this newsletter, simply click here, here or here to catch up. Setting The Scene Two years…

Gold Mining Stocks Are Going Up Faster Than Gold

The past couple of years have been brutal for precious metals mining stocks. Gold and silver went down a little, while the miners went down a lot – four times as much, to be exact. That’s painful but not surprising. The miners, being in effect options on the underlying metals, tend to be a lot…

This Week In Money – December 1, 2018

Ross Clark – Crude oil’s decline, interest rates, gold. Rick Ackerman – China/US Trade, G20, interest rates and the car business. James Corbett – Japan, China, steel quality. Larry Reaugh President & CEO of American Manganese Inc. Jared Lazerson President & CEO of MGX Minerals Produced by HoweStreet.com

Peter Schiff: Traders Are Beginning To See The Writing On The Wall

By SchiffGold The US stock markets had another big day Wednesday with a number of indexes, including the Nasdaq and the S&P 500, in record territory. So, what’s with the recent move up in US stock markets? Donald Trump and a lot of Republicans have been taking credit for it, saying their economic policies are…

Market Volatility Bulletin: VVIX And VIX Fall In Concert, While U.S. Stocks Stretch Into New Territory

Market Intro CNBC: Friday Close The S&P 500 (SPY) and NASDAQ 100 (QQQ) closed at new all-time highs in Friday’s session, perhaps with encouragement from Fed Chair Powell announcing “future, gradual rate hikes”. Spot VIX closed just a hair below 12. Sector SPDR: Five-day sector performance While S&P performance was up just under one percent…