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Gold 975 U.s. Dollars / Ounce Of Gold Jewelry Is Not An Investment …

Filed in Australian Gold, Gold, Gold Market, o by on January 26, 2011 0 Comments

Gold bullion standard gold bullion investment are two gold bars and gifts. Standard bullion gold market is the most important trading tool, Trade and Industry Bank (601398 market, stock it), Bank of China (601988 market, stock it), …

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Bookkeeping: Stop Losses Triggered in Shorts of Whirlpool (WHR) and China Automotive Systems (CAAS)

Filed in Gold Investing, Gold Prices, silver by on October 11, 2010 0 Comments

At this point shorting anything is just a mundane act of folly. You put your trade on, you put your stop loss on, and you expect your stop loss to hit within 24-72 hours. Whirlpool (WHR) broke over last week’s highs, triggering a stop loss …

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Comment of the week – counterpoint to Fuller on Cuccinelli

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold by on October 6, 2010 0 Comments
Comment of the week – counterpoint to Fuller on Cuccinelli

This rebuttal comment to I’ll Trade You Cuccinelli For Splattergate With A Player To Be Named Later was so well written, and so extensive, I felt that it deserves the honor of a guest post status. – Anthony D. Patterson says: … Continue reading →

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MediaNet Group Technologies, Inc. (MEDG.OB) Names Mark Mroczkowski CFO

Filed in Gold Investing, silver by on October 1, 2010 0 Comments

Located in Boca Raton, Florida, MediaNet has earned a stellar reputation as a global marketing company that sells high end branded merchandise to consumers through internet-based auctions conducted under the trade name “DubLi.com.” Today, MediaNet took another step towards prominence with the announcement they have appointed Mark Mroczkowski as their Chief Financial Officer. Mroczkowski will

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Fresh belly prices appear to have topped from their record high price.

Filed in silver by on September 23, 2010 0 Comments

LEAN HOGS Good morning. Cash hog prices were flat to lower yesterday and they’re called flat to lower again today. Perhaps the trade is a little disappointed the cash is not weaker than the slightly lower bids. The discounted board appears to be attracting some buying today on the heels of the friendly numbers contained in the monthly cold storage report. However, I’m not sure the numbers were surprising to anyone in the trade. One figure that did surprise me was the fact that ham stocks increased from last month and ham stocks are also above year ago levels. This indicates to me that pork export business with Mexico and Russia was likely down again in Aug. Total pork exports were down 7% in July compared to July of 2009. Hog futures are higher in the early electronic trade but at some point today I’d look for some fairly large selling to emerge. LIVE CATTLE Live cattle futures closed sharply lower on Wed, finishing lower for the third consecutive session. The break appears to be sponsored by fund long liquidation after the market failed to show significant upside follow through at contract highs late last week. The “technical blow off” appears to have no fundamental news tied to it. At this basis, fairly soon, I’d expect buying to come in and prices should rally sharply. Slaughter remains aggressive and the beef has been higher this week following a dramatic increase in boxed beef movement last week. Exports remain robust with today’s export figure (for last week) another strong number. I’d look for an upside recovery which perhaps will begin today? If you would like a free trial to

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Gold – All About the Dollar?

Filed in commodities, economy, Gold, Gold Investing, Gold Prices by on September 17, 2010 0 Comments

Gold is suddenly all about the dollar again. Or so you might think. The race to debase only looks set to raise gold’s global appeal still further… After its longest run of moving in tandem with the trade-weighted Dollar Index since midsummer 1991 (45 trading days; average correlation +0.58), the gold price in dollars resumed Gold – All About the Dollar? originally appeared in the Daily Reckoning . The Daily Reckoning, offers a uniquely refreshing, perspective on the global economy, investing, gold, stocks and today’s markets. Its been called “the most entertaining read of the day.”

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Intraday Swing Trading Strategies

Filed in Gold Investing, Gold Prices, silver by on August 25, 2010 0 Comments

After receiving numerous inquires about the day trading techniques we use to “Swing Trade” on an Intraday chart we thought we would post a few examples from today's trading session. Although “Swing Trading” in generally used to define an overnight strategy you can view this article to understand how we define “Swing Trading” for day traders. Although

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The "Flight to Safety" Trade Your Broker Won’t Tell You About

Filed in Gold, Gold Prices by on August 16, 2010 0 Comments

The “Flight to Safety” Trade Your Broker Won’t Tell You About Quietly and with little fan fare, Gold has made a MAJOR change in its status. The precious metal is largely viewed as THE anti-paper money play by investors. Given that the world’s cen…

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Micro Cap Penny Stock Mid-Morning Report ADSY, XSNX, SMPP

Filed in silver by on August 4, 2010 1 Comment

Boca Raton,FL August 4, 2010 THE STOCK WIZARDS WATCH LISTS INCLUDES: (OTCBB: ADSY ) Ad Systems Communications, Inc. (OTCBB: XSNX) Advanced Life Sciences Holdings, Inc. (OTC: SMPP) Strategic Management & Opportunity Corp. Learn to Trade Micro Cap Penny Stocks from Excellent Traders. Tour The TSW Website at http://www.TheStockWizards.Net inform yourself to take home huge profits. Sign up

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Regis to Buy Back Trade Secret – Analyst Blog

Filed in Gold Investing, Gold Prices by on July 8, 2010 0 Comments

Edina-based Regis Corp. (RGS), the former owner of Trade Secret, is all set to buy it back for approximately $45 million, including $13 million in assumed liabilities. Ontario-based operator of the Trade Secret salon chain, Premier Salons Beauty Inc….

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Daily Forecast : May 31

Filed in Gold by on May 30, 2010 0 Comments
Daily Forecast : May 31

EURUSD Forecast: The EURUSD attempted to push higher on Friday, topped at 1.2452 but whipsawed to the downside, bottomed at 1.2268 and closed at 1.2306. This fact keep the major bearish scenario testing 1.2000 intact but as you can see on mt h1 chart below price still move inside the minor bullish channel indicating the bullish correction is still alive and kicking. Immediate support at 1.2260 area. Consistent move below that area could trigger further bearish pressure testing 1.2140/50 area which is a key support area that must be broken before testing 1.2000. On the upside, initial resistance is seen around 1.2450/70 area. Break above that area could trigger further upside pressure testing 1.2671 region. It is still a difficult and volatile market out there so don’t rush jump into the market and stay discipline with your own trading criteria. Plan your trade and trade your plan. GBPUSD Forecast: The GBPUSD failed to maintain its bullish bias on Friday, topped at 1.4608 but whipsawed to the downside and closed lower at 1.4459. The bias is neutral in nearest term but this fact could potentially produce a false breakout scenario towards 1.4350 before testing 1.4240 region. On the upside, another move above 1.4527 could trigger further upside momentum towards 1.4608 before testing 1.4715 area. It is still a difficult and volatile market out there so don’t rush jump into the market and stay discipline with your own trading criteria. Plan your trade and trade your plan. USDJPY Forecast: The USDJPY didn’t make significant movement on Friday. However, on h1 chart below you can see that price is moving above both the major trendline support (white) and the trendline resistance (red) indicating potential upside pressure testing 91.80 – 92.20 region. Immediate support at 90.50. Break below that area could be seen as bullish failure and may trigger further bearish scenario re-testing 89.00 region. USDCHF Forecast The USDCHF still move in a boring range area so far, as you can see on my h1 chart below. Unless we have a clear break on either side, the outlook remains neutral. Aggressive intra-day trader can short around 1.1659 or long around 1.4445 with tight stop loss. I personally in wait and see mode for this pair but still maintain the major bullish view. Have a great day!

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Solar Stocks See Green In A Sea Red: TSL, SPWRA, CSIQ, YGE, STP

Filed in Gold Investing, Gold Prices by on May 20, 2010 0 Comments

No doubt today’s action was ugly if you were on the long side of the trade and taking a look at the Up & Down Movers at the left tells the story. That’s a might lengthy list of green stocks down with heavy volume today, but there were bright spots provided in some solar stocks.

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