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Stock up your food pantry with what you need while you can vs. procrastinating about when or what you think you want. You’ve been warned.
It’s a double whammy of dollar devaluation and businesses’ inability to get the goods they need to keep the supply chain moving: the worst possible timing – right before the holiday season – as the specter of 1970s-style stagflation rears its ugly head.
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Caution is warranted when scalping in a bearish environment. Layering large long-term positions is not recommended at this time.
Make Volatility Your Best Friend!After the shakeout, inevitably comes the breakout. It’s the market’s way of separating the men from the boys, the pros from the dabblers. The stock market is known for doing this on a regular basis, as is the commodities market,...
Afghanistan abrupt withdraw to shore up U.S. boots on the ground logistics, geopolitical capital, and allied naval resources for Taiwan vs. China.
If you thought it couldn’t happen in the Land of the Free, think again. Soon after Chinese regulators made it practically impossible to conduct business in cryptocurrency, the Biden administration is now weighing an executive order on cryptocurrencies.
As crude oil surges relentlessly to its highest price since the summer of 2018, it’s tempting to speculate that it will just keep going north, even reaching all-time highs sometime next year. Yet, one famous fund manager is apparently bracing for oil to lose all of its value.
Losses for the month, and for the quarter: gold’s glory days absolutely didn’t happen during the past three months. A temporary bump in the U.S. dollar put pressure on precious metals – and that’s the buy signal that opportunistic investors have been waiting for.
Gas and electricity prices surged to records amid tight supply chains as Europe’s stockpiles of LNG and coal were depleted last winter.
Even if silver is destined to head much higher, there will be hiccups along the path to success – such as the single-day 4% drawdown in the silver price.
The just-in-time (JIT) supply chain that sustains the world’s addiction to semiconductors (chips or microchips) for electronic goods dipped further into the abyss last week as China ordered power cuts that shut down a broad swath of mainland electronics manufacturing...
Bitcoin’s plunge from $48,000 to $42,000 was sudden and stunning, but not without explanation. It was driven by an event in the world’s second-biggest economy – but one that doesn’t value competition.
In a market that’s supposed to be global in scope, the S&P 500 and NASDAQ have been astounding resilient to turmoil abroad over the past decade. It’s as if China catches the flu when the U.S. sneezes, but never the other way around.