Silver as an investment

Category Archives: DJIA

The Difference Between GAAP And Non-GAAP Q3 EPS For The Dow Jones Was 16%

The last time we looked at the near-record difference between GAAP and non-GAAP Dow Jones earnings, we found that it had crept to a (virtually) unprecedented 25%. To be sure, that was exactly one year ago, when the economy was perceived as being in worse shape than it is now, thanks to the narrative of […]

Is Historically Low Volatility About To Surge?

Authored by Dmitri Speck via Acting-Man.com, Suspicion Asleep You have probably noticed it already: stock market volatility has recently all but disappeared. This raises an important question for every investor: Has the market established a permanent plateau of low volatility, or is the current period of low volatility just the calm before the storm?   […]

Global Stocks Hit Record High, Set For Longest Winning Streak Since 2015

In what has been a less exciting session than the previous two, the euro retraced some recent gains as traders grew concerned they may have overestimated the ECB’s hawkish bias ahead of Thursday’s rate decision; in turn the dollar edged higher after the collapse of the GOP healthcare bill sent it to the lowest since […]

Watch Live: Yellen Testimony Day 2, And Three Questions She Should Answer

Yesterday, Janet Yellen surprised markets again, when after weeks of a hawkish setup, she suggested that the Fed is not only uncertain “about when – and how much – inflation will respond to tightening resource utilization”, warning that the federal funds rate may “not have to rise all that much further to get to a […]

With All Eyes On Trump Tonight, US Futures, Global Stocks Hug The Flatline

With traders focused on President Trump’s address to Congress tonight where he is expected to outline his economic priorities and provide plan details, European stocks are little changed for a second day and Asian stocks decline modestly as U.S. futures trade around the flatline. Oil declines, trading just under $54, while the dollar is little […]

Doug Noland: Risk On/Risk Off Face-off

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Doug Noland via Credit Bubble Bulletin / February 25, 2017 The DJIA rose 11 straight sessions (“longest streak since the Reagan administration”) to end the week at a record 20,822. The S&P500 gained 0.7% this week (up 5.7% y-t-d), its fifth consecutive weekly gain. The Morgan Stanley High Tech Index’s 0.5% rise increased y-t-d gains of […]

Junior Gold and Silver Mining Stocks Likely to Outperform Their Larger Peers in 2017

Today, I want to return our focus to a topic I’ve written about a lot since the start of 2017, the outlook for gold and silver assets, particularly for gold and silver mining stocks. As I stated to start this year, I still believe that 2017 will mark another strong year for gold and silver […]

More Evidence Trump Rally Is Thinning

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, Despite the major averages’ continued drift near all-time highs, volume moving into advancing stocks has been historically light. About a month ago, we noted some technical evidence that the Trump Rally Was Starting To Thin Out. The evidence was a string of Nasdaq 100 52-week highs occurring on negative breadth on the […]

Asian Stocks Hit 18 Month High; Europe, US Futures Bounce As Dollar Rises

Asian stocks hit their highest level in 18 months, with positive momentum lifting European shares which were helped by Societe Generale earnings. Yields fell on some of the euro zone’s battered low-rated bonds as investors put aside the political risks that have dominated markets this week. After trading flat, S&P futures bounced as US traders […]

Dow 20K … US Debt $20 Trillion … Trump and $15,000 Gold

Dow 20K … US Debt $20 Trillion … Trump and $15,000 Gold by Jan Skoyles, Editor Mark O’Byrne In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 20,000 earlier this week for the first time in its 132 year history to much media fanfare. Bigcharts via Financial Sense Since Trump’s […]