Picking gold and silver equities in a stagnant price environment is a stock picker's game.
There appears to be a general feeling that market events are unfolding faster than ever. Is it true?
In mid-2014, crude oil prices were about $100, depending on which grade you wanted to buy. Now prices hover near $30.
It's becoming the equivalent of the "dog ate my homework" excuse during earnings reporting season.
How will the market recover from one of the worst Januarys in history?
The Canadian Dollar had a swift 2% rally during yesterdays trade giving hope that a bottom may have been put in for now at .68 cents versus the Dollar.
A plan is no good if investors don't stick to it.
Wine lovers will enjoy this analogy.
Can the renminbi ever make the grade as a truly international currency?
The funny thing about inflation is that it is always fun at first.