Oil's Historic Rout Could Finally Be Over

Oil's Historic Rout Could Finally Be Over

After the worst losing streak in history, oil is finally looking 'bottomy'.

Beware the Ides of March -- Maybe Shakespeare Was an Investor?

Beware the Ides of March -- Maybe Shakespeare Was an Investor?

Between options expiry and seasonality, March is a tricky month to navigate.

How Gold Mining Merger Mania Is Here to Stay

How Gold Mining Merger Mania Is Here to Stay

Merger mania sweeping the gold mining sector isn't a flash in the pan - it's likely just begun.

Saudi Arabia Has Oil. Now It Wants U.S. Natural Gas

Saudi Arabia Has Oil. Now It Wants U.S. Natural Gas

The Saudis plan to invest billions in U.S. natural gas, which is seeing a surge in international interest.

Coffee Market Brews Up a Rare Opportunity for Traders

Coffee Market Brews Up a Rare Opportunity for Traders

Coffee prices won't stay depressed for long.

The S&P 500 Is Close to All-Time Highs -- Now What Do We Do?

The S&P 500 Is Close to All-Time Highs -- Now What Do We Do?

To break higher from here, the market will need substantially good and incrementally positive new news, beyond just 'talks are going well.'

Is Gold a Buy? CEO of Gold Fields Explains

Is Gold a Buy? CEO of Gold Fields Explains

Gold is up, but there's a reason it could run even more in 2019.

Economist Perspective: Tug of War

Economist Perspective: Tug of War

Bears and bulls are in a tug-of-war in the U.S. bond market.

Pessimistic Agricultural Markets Could Soon Sprout

Pessimistic Agricultural Markets Could Soon Sprout

Ahead of the spring planting season, the sentiment is irrationally lopsided.

A Possible Saucer Bottom Pattern in the Chart of Gold Bullion

A Possible Saucer Bottom Pattern in the Chart of Gold Bullion

I think you should consider that gold prices and mining companies could be considerably higher later in 2019 and 2020.