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Many investors are satisfied if they do as well as the market or almost as well, but that should not be the case.
Gold is back up near the key psychological trading level of $1,200 as the U.S. dollar has pulled back.
Comparing options to brackets, no matter what instrument you are trading (betting on), understanding the risk inherent with the trade should always be the first factor you look at.
The Federal Reserve removed the key word 'patience' from the communique, sending the equity and commodities markets higher as the U.S. dollar pulled back.
Markets rallied hard following the Fed's interest rate decision and removal of 'patience' from its communique.
It's never a prudent thing to try and pick tops and bottoms in any market, but rather look for established ranges and scale in and out of trades.
Commodities have been under pressure over the past few weeks in the wake of a strong U.S. dollar and uncertainty around the Fed's monetary policy.
Social media giant, Facebook, announced it is entering the payment services space.
Gold broke through important levels of support at $1,180 and $1,160, Eric Zuccarelli, independent metals trader on the NYMEX trading floor, tells TheStreet's Jill Malandrino.
Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen and the FOMC take center stage in the Trading Week Ahead.