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Is Gold Mirroring 1999 to 2011 Again?

Chris Vermeulen FX Empire Our research team continues to dig into underlying patterns and set up in the global markets […]

Over 4 million in US will contract coronavirus if states fully reopen: Wharton model

New numbers from the Penn Wharton Budget Model show that reopening states could cause positive coronavirus case numbers to tick as high […]

Here’s what gold does when the U.S. government goes on a borrowing binge

The U.S. government is going on a borrowing binge, with the fiscal deficit set to hit $4 trillion this year […]

3 scenarios for how COVID-19 plays out: Morgan Stanley

The market’s response to the 2019 coronavirus, Covid-19, has been intense after a long period of expecting it to blow over.  After worries […]

Got $500,000 and 90 days? Uruguay might have an offer for you

The way Uruguay’s president-elect sees it, his government will face a couple of problems: too few residents and too little investment. Well, […]

The No. 1 job billionaires and multimillionaires held before they got filthy rich

There are billions of reasons to do this job. Many of today’s self-made billionaires and multimillionaires held a sales job, […]

Gold to Cross the $2000 Mark? ETFs to Gain

Co-chief investment officer Greg Jensen ofthe world’s biggest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, estimates that gold will touch the milestone of […]

Wanna Know Why Kim Jong-Un Is Smiling? He’s ‘Sitting’ on Trillions of Dollars.

North Korea has a lot of wealth–just below the surface.  by Patricia Schouker  Key point: South Korea estimates the value of the […]

A key lending indicator signals the US economy is slowing

A measure of US bank lending is showing signs of stalling, suggesting the American economy could face headwinds in 2020. […]

‘Millennials are spending more on almost every vice,’ survey finds

Workers on the lower end of the income spectrum, earning less than $30,000 a year, spend a greater portion of […]