Sell in May and Miss a Chance to Buy Gold Stocks Cheap, Warns Bob Moriarty
JT Long of The Gold Report (4/26/13)
What is up—the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor’s 500—will come down and what is down—gold equities—will go up fast, predicts the ultimate contrarian investor, Bob Moriarty. In this interview with The Gold Report, the president of 321 Gold proclaims that while all gold stocks are cheap right [...]
Years ago, I began to cease eating pork because I came to despise it, but at the time, I didn’t really know why that was the case.
I was turned off by the dry, white, crumbly texture and the inability to cook most pork cuts – with the exception of some ribs or roasts – in such a manner that I could retain the moisture and integrity of taste. The [...]
Why in the world would anyone want to live in the state of California at this point? The entire state is rapidly becoming a bright, shining example of everything that is wrong with America. It is so sad to watch our most populated state implode right in front of our eyes. Like millions of Americans, I was quite enamored with the state of California when I was younger. The warm [...]
From Dividend Growth Stocks:
… After several years of out-performing the S&P 500, many dividend income oriented portfolios have under-performed in 2012. The old adage that trees don’t grow to the sky certainly holds true. Obviously, that is not to say that all dividend growth stocks have under-performed.
If we look carefully we can find some gems that have performed quite well so far this year. Below are several multi-billion dollar dividend [...]
Federal Reserve To Crash Markets Before Launching QE3?
Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: Desperate to print Wiemar-style to fight off the most viscous Kondratiev Winter on record, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may not satisfy ‘inflation trade’ onlookers at the close of his Jackson Hole speech scheduled Friday. He may, instead, merely allow months of anticipatory front-running of stocks do the work of propping up asset prices for him. Get my next ALERT 100% FREE
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As the old adage goes, an Englishman’s home is his castle.
So when it comes to keeping it clean, most will testify to having an array of expensive products and potions stored under the kitchen sink.
But one firm claims that could all be a thing of the past thanks to the launch of a new one-stop, recession-busting ‘wonder cleaner’ – which claims to save cash by doing the job of the lot.
July 19, 2012
President Obama’s latest speech gives away his adherence to the age old adage held closely by control freak tyrants throughout history– that the State is God! And that all are subservient to its power. Under that collectivist model, people won’t simply stop creating their own businesses, but under heavy taxes, regulations and the end of competition, they’ll no longer be able to stay in business at all, with State [...]
Hard graft, charm and persistence are the secrets to career success, a poll of business high-flyers has revealed.
A study of 500 CEOs, managers and business people earning more than £70k a year also found ‘luck’ is as an vital ingredient as ‘fate’ and ‘good timing’.
Other attributes which help build success include warmth, intelligence and sense of humour, whilst intriguingly, just two per cent of those polled described themselves as ‘ruthless’ [...]
Equity Bearish Factors
The US Federal Reserve Board, the most important central bank on the planet, is running out of tools to stimulate the world’s biggest economy.
The ongoing deleveraging in the major developed-market economies will take several years to run its course; historically, the byproduct of this has been sluggish growth for a long time.
Is Europe the next Japan? The continent is at risk of slipping into a “lost decade” triggered by lack [...]
Deciding what to eat is no longer a simple matter of instinct or appetite. Every choice we make about food is complicated.
Is meat good or bad for us? Why is five a day recommended for fruit and vegetables? And can diet really cause cancer – or prevent it?
As a food writer, I am often asked these questions, and in an effort to answer them I have looked at the latest [...]
So what happens next with stocks as they continue to trade near four-year highs?
“In each of the past two years the stock market began a slide in the spring, a phenomenon often referred to by the old adage ‘sell in May and go away,’ which lasted well into the summer months,” wrote LPL Financial’s Jeff Kleintop in his latest weekly market commentary.
The pattern is almost eerily similar.
“In both 2010 and 2011 an [...]
With private-sector union membership shrinking, organized labor is now seeking counsel from the old adage, “Desperate times call for desperate measures.” On Jan. 24, the New York Post reported that “union goons resorted to outrageous tactics to browbeat hotel employees into joining their ranks — going so far as to photograph a female staffer as she changed clothes in an employee locker room, apparently to blackmail her.”
Had this been an [...]