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Gold is bottoming and could have a significant summer rally.
The market is slowly moving away from safety and income to a philosophy of income plus possibilities for growth.
Regardless of Apple's fundamentals, technical analysis indicates the stock recently set up for a sharp move.
If AAPL breaks below 496.89 there could be problems. But small cap tech offers an alternative.
One salient feature of this rally has been the uptrend in small-cap U.S. stocks.
Meissner finds the stochastic oscillator in conjunction with a moving average a better tool for technical analysis than the MACD indicator.
Chart is suggesting the possibility of a near-term rally in the euro.
Individuals using moving averages can incorporate parabolic methodologies into their trading systems.
Moving averages smooth out a series of price data and enable investors to discern trends more easily.
Tinkering with Barron's 'Favorite Stocks' list, we come up with a dozen names for the New Year.
A popular technical tool can indicate a coming trend, if you know what to look for.
A seasonal rally in oil prices creates a relatively reliable profit opportunity for the ETF investor.
While the U.S. markets declined in sympathy with the Italian situation, they continue to outperform.
LQD is starting what could be a significant breakout to the upside.
Our favorite ETF investment in Europe is Sweden, followed by Germany and France.
For those who simply must invest in China, we look at three Chinese ETFs.
Small-cap and mid-cap ETFs may very well outperform the SPY and foreign markets.
Although significant technical and macro risks remain, the market's risk-reward profile has improved from a technical standpoint.
Stay on the offensive with energy and technology sectors; defensive with consumer staples and telecom.
We believe that inflation will win out over deflation in the long run; metals should outperform many other investments over the long term.
For those who want to diversify metals, a move into PSAU is an interesting play.
Indicators show a bounce through Aug. 5 in these key ETFs -- but after that we have to wait and see.
Gold has been outperforming, although on any given day, silver may be better for aggressive traders.
We believe that a rally to 140 on SPY would be confirmed with a close above 133.25 on SPY.