S&P 500
2059.69
-8.20 -0.40%
Dow Indu
17698.18
-77.94 -0.44%
Nasdaq
4875.92
-24.96 -0.51%
Crude Oil
49.81
-0.28 -0.57%
Gold
1205.960
+2.710 +0.23%
Euro
1.081305
+0.005700 +0.53%
US Dollar
97.781
-0.340 -0.44%
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My Secret Formula For Successful Gold Trading

The price of gold is now in its fourth year of a bear market. It is shocking to many gold bugs that gold, a metal revered since ancient times, could fall so dramatically from its all-time high of $1,920.56 on September 4th, of 2011. The precipitous drop of almost $800 in less than four years was more than most gold bugs could stand as stocks soared to new highs. Many threw in the towel when gold hit $1132.05 on November 7th and moved into stocks. This could prove to be a bad omen in the future. Since reaching a low on November 7th, gold has for the most part moved sideways with a slight upward bias.

You can clearly see on the chart that there is a big divergence that shows. When prices were making their lows, momentum was building for the market to bounce.

Now for the good news! [Continue reading]

GBP/USD Pair Rises from Eight-Month Trough Following Release of UK Data

By: Susan Wade In March the pound rose against the US dollar, pulling the currency combination from eight-month lows. The pound increased following the release of information that showed that the UK's trade deficit had narrowed more than … [Continue reading]

Chen Lin's Secret to Finding the Next Goldcorp

The Gold Report: You've written that the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) could lead to a boom in commodities. We recently saw that South Korea is joining a number of European countries and signing on, despite U.S. reservations. … [Continue reading]

Middle Eastern politics begin to affect oil prices again

For months, the big story behind plummeting oil & gas prices has been the U.S. and Canadian on-shore shale boom. The resulting supply glut has caused WTI crude to fall from about $107 on June 20th, to a low of about $45 recently. Meanwhile, Saudi … [Continue reading]

If Q1 Is An Indication Of The Future, Then Q2 Is Going To Be Very Interesting

Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere. We are rapidly approaching the end of the first quarter and zero hour in Geneva. It remains to be seen what agreement, if any, comes out of the nuclear agreement with Iran. I'm doubtful that they will … [Continue reading]

Gold And Silver: The Bulls Failed

Gold - Classic Chart Another profitable week for the bulls ended and so did the upward momentum. Price elevated for a decent $40 from my last post and almost touched the $1223 resistance area on Thursday, but failed below $1220 and then … [Continue reading]

Offer Expired - 20 Years, 20% Off Promotion

Today is the last day to take advantage of our 20 Years On The Web, 20% Off MarketClub promotion. For a limited time, you can try MarketClub, INO.com's premium analysis service, for 30 days for only $8.95. If you love us, your MarketClub Membership … [Continue reading]

Oil Might Be Down, But It's Not Out – Here's The Long Term Play

The energy market has been a meat grinder for investors during these last nine months. Just look at the nosedive oil prices have taken: Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Oil might have led the way, but it took down energy as a whole as well. … [Continue reading]

The Secrets Of A Dead Mathematician

Good day, let me begin by welcoming the hundreds of new members who have just joined MarketClub in the last few weeks. I welcome you and wish you every success with MarketClub. Today I would like to share with you one of the many lessons that are … [Continue reading]

Did You Know the Dow Jones Has Crushed the S&P 500 Over The Past 30 Years

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) has been hated on by investors for years. Most believe it is inferior to the S&P 500 Index (^GSPC) due to its price weighting formulation as opposed to market capitalization weighting, the fact that it only … [Continue reading]

Chaos in Yemen Could Undermine Dollar

Yemen, a country south of Saudi Arabia, and with an economic output roughly the equivalent to that of say, San Antonio, Texas, is sinking deeper into chaos. Though in the grand scheme of things in the Middle East, that chaos stems from a relatively … [Continue reading]

Advanced Trading Applications of Candlestick Charting

Candlesticks; used by many...truly understood by few. As a special treat to Trader's Blog readers, Gary Wagner is offering you an in-depth look into candlestick charting. Join the co-founder of Wagner Financial Group and acclaimed author as he walks … [Continue reading]

Apple + Dow Jones = Better Apple Exposure (Part 2)

In part one, I explained how the S&P 500 index (^GSPC) and most index tracking ETF's are weighted. The weighting is based on a company's market capitalization, which means that since Apple Inc. (AAPL) is easily the largest company in the world, it … [Continue reading]

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