Gold Bugs Should Think About Buying Stocks

Aibek Burabayev - Contributor - Metals

Some things become more obvious when you change your point of view. Some decisions are easier to make when we change the measure of value. And today I would like to share with you the gold bug’s view of the stock market.

Chart 1. The S&P 500 Monthly In Grams Of Gold

S&P 500 Monthly In Grams Of Gold
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The chart above represents the price dynamics of the S&P 500 in grams of gold. I used grams not ounces to make the chart more readable. You can do the same by dividing the S&P 500 value to the price of gold in troy ounces and then multiplying it by 31.1035. Continue reading "Gold Bugs Should Think About Buying Stocks"

These 4 Things Are Key To Trading In 2014

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An Investment Strategy For Higher-risk Periods

Today's Guest Post comes from George Leong, Senior Editor of Lombardi Financial. "An Investment Strategy For Higher-risk Periods" originally appeared on the Profit Confidential website on July 15th, 2011. In this piece, Leong gives a brief analysis of the S&P 500, as well as explains a strategy to combat the unsure market conditions. Enjoy with our compliments and please visit this page to obtain complimentary access to a complimentary report, "A Golden Opportunity for Stock Market Investors" as well as a free e-letter subscription to Lombardi's Profit Confidential.

The current market bias is positive, but there’s some concern about the chart. The S&P 500 breached its 50-day moving average (MA) on Monday before rallying, but has failed to mount any sustainable rebound, currently stuck around its 50-day MA. My concern is that failure to edge higher could drive the index back lower and continue the sideways channel in existence since February.

The absence of any strong catalyst could leave the broader market comatose for the summer months.

On the S&P 500, there is key support around 1,250. A break below would be bearish and see a move below 1,200. I expect the support to hold. On the upper end, there is strict resistance around 1,362. A strong break above could drive additional gains towards 1,400. Continue reading "An Investment Strategy For Higher-risk Periods"