Gold prices are already beating the broader market this year, up 8.5% over the Dow’s 5.9% gain.
Greece bailout talks resume this week after the IMF stated they were only halfway to a deal.
Investors are nervously watching the IMF for assurance that bailout funds will be released before Greece defaults in July.
There’s a major discrepancy over the value of Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company, and that could have a big effect on the Saudi Aramco IPO price.
The government’s funding runs out Friday (April 28), and without congressional action, there will be a government shutdown.
With the Dow flattening as the Trump rally fizzles, investors are wondering, “Will the stock market crash during a government shutdown?”
It’s no secret that traditional retailers are on their way to the grave.
Our 2017 gold price forecast indicates the metal will rally to $1,400 by the end of the year.
A stock market crash in April is a possibility every investor should take seriously.
The U.S. Federal Reserve just hiked interest rates on March 15, but Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren says the Fed should raise rates three more times in 2017.
A stock market crash could be on the horizon as the Federal Reserve is moving forward with interest rate hikes.
Investing in gold is a great way to make steady profits this year.