Buying gold is a good idea in 2018 for investors not only looking to protect their wealth, but to also grow it.
Thanks to a late-day sell-off Thursday (Dec. 21), the Dow Jones Industrial Average just missed yet another record-high close.
The Fed just hiked interest rates on Wednesday (Dec. 13), and that has the media abuzz about how it could hurt gold prices, but they are wrong…
Some pundits will tell you that gold is dead, but the market has a different point of view. Let’s cut right to the chase – gold is going higher in 2018, according to Money Morning Resource Specialist Peter Krauth.
The current bull market is in its ninth year, but Money Morning Liquidity Specialist Lee Adler thinks we are now in its final stages. In fact, he sees the S&P 500 hitting its final high sometime in the first quarter of 2018.
ECB President Mario Draghi says cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are too “limited” to regulate.
It will be many months – quite likely years – before we learn how much the ongoing Trump-Russia probe cost.
The fate of the nation’s healthcare is up to Congress.
And right now there’s a bill with serious bipartisan support making its rounds through the chambers.
This proposal was supposedly crafted with taxpayers’ future well-being in mind.
Who will be the next Fed chair to succeed Janet Yellen?
While Trump hasn’t made his decision yet, there are three top candidates in the running.
Trump’s tax plan was released in brief this past April, with promises of a more detailed version to come later this month.