It’s a Great Time to Buy This Commodity: It Could Rise 125% Over the Next 10 Months

You’ve probably never considered this precious metal before. But you should today… The last time a trade like this set up, investors walked away with a double in just 10 months. And every similar trade in the last seven years was a winner. Here’s the story… At DailyWealth, we love…

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Investment Alternatives in a No-Growth Market

02/02/12 Baltimore, Maryland – Baltimore…best bet for investors? We drove back into town on Sunday night. People moped around in front of bars. Groups walked uptown from the stadium, their shoulders down, the chins dragging. The city was dark…and unhappy. There was no joy in Baltimore on Sunday night. Baltimore…

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More Evidence of the Power of Contrarian Investing

It seems that the only thing traders and investors on TV want to do is try to handicap when a bunch of government officials and bureaucrats in Europe will finally make up their minds and solve the crisis still gripping the region. But while that may be a fun mental…

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47 Signs That China Is Absolutely Destroying America On The Global Economic Stage

Have you ever watched a football game or a basketball game where one team dominates the other team so badly that calling it a “blowout” would be a huge understatement?  Well, that is what China is doing to the United States.  China is absolutely destroying America on the global economic…

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The Most Common and Costly Investment Mistake

I’d like to tell you about a study I read recently. It’s a slim little booklet titled One-Way Pockets by Don Guyon (a pen name for a broker). The book, which was first published in 1917, covers some studies he did on the trading behavior of accounts at the time….

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If The Economy Is Improving….

Everywhere you turn these days, someone is proclaiming that the economy is improving.  Barack Obama is endlessly touting the “improvement” in the economy, the mainstream media is constantly talking about “the economic recovery” and an increasing number of Americans seem to be buying into this line of thinking.  A new…

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A Foundation to an Investment Philosophy

Josh Brown had a fun post up yesterday about his Twenty Common Sense Investing Rules. While I would probably frame some of the points differently and don’t necessarily agree with all of them there is plenty of utility in the post. Josh’s number 4; The moment a stock disappoints you…

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30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Falls To A New Record Low

According to Freddie Mac’s weekly survey, rates on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.88% for the week ending yesterday, which is a new record low, down from 3.89% the previous week and 4.74% a year ago. Rates on 15-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.17%, up slightly from 3.16% last week and below 4.05% a year earlier.

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Cement, Concrete and Aggregate Group: EXP

As subscribers know, my searches for suitable stocks to buy follow a strict process: evaluate the market through the guidance provided by the proprietary Market Momentum Meter, drill down to find the Industry Groups and, finally, zero in on those stocks with the best chart patterns. I can’t tell you…

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As Gold and Silver Prices Change, Some Resources to Consider

The new trading year began yesterday with market participants pricing in new economic risk concerns directly impacting the price for gold and silvercontracts on COMEX. Our February gold contract was up 2.2% yesterday and continues to trend upward today, while our March silver contract rose 5.9% yesterday, and has fallen back some today….

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Top 10 Biofuels Predictions for 2012

Rewind to 2011 with a “best of” New Year’s story? Bah, humbug! Today, Biofuels Digest looks forward to the sunny possibilities of 2012 in bioenergy. As the sunset of 2011 gives way to the dawn of 2012, here at the Digest we resist the holiday temptation to look back over…

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Sector Rotation Insights and Lessons from 2011

The fact that the S&P 500 “did nothing” in 2011 fails to take into account the performance of the individual sectors of the stock market, some of which returned as much as 15% in 2011. Let’s review Sector Performance in 2011, learn insights into the Sector Rotation Model, and see…

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