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You can speed up or slow down, but don't exit the commodities highway.
Governments should use Formula 1 racing as a guide when regulating businesses.
Government policy is making a significant step toward growth, so now's not the time to be bearish.
With Europe's growth in deep freeze, China feels the pain. But the next government policy cycle may hit soon.
With extraordinary events occurring in Europe, investors will soon favor gold once more.
Unlike the developed countries of the West that are now strapped with a tremendous burden of debt, China is in good shape.
The best performers this year may surprise investors.
Although the stock market often declines during the summer months, that likely won't be the case this year.
Today's extreme divergence in oil and gold stocks and their underlying commodities presents a rare opportunity.
Believe it or not, the four-month selloff is a bullish sign for gold stocks.