|Day Low/High||15.43 / 15.96|
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The sector is developing steady uptrends as investors seek relief from stocks.
The precious metals mining company reported a net loss for the fourth quarter, as significant price decreases and lower sales volumes negatively impacted its business.
AstraZeneca upgraded; Minas Buenaventura, EastGroup Properties, Washington Federal and Whirlpool downgraded.
It's important to avoid falling into a bullish mindset as support has been weakened and is now quite fragile.
M&A activity led by Alcoa means less supply of stocks. John Roque says he's still bullish on basic materials stocks.
Contracts for April delivery of bullion add $4.70 to close at $659 an ounce.
Philip Klapwijk of GFMS forecasts the metal hitting $15 per ounce by year-end.
Macro factors make it likely they'll slide again, so paring back holdings looks prudent here.
It's tempting to flee ADRs after the recent selloff. But astute investors can harness the gyrations.
U.S. diplomatic overtures toward Iran help reduce demand for oil and the precious metal. Chicago PMI and the FOMC minutes aid the greenback.
Jeff Cooper, Dan Fitzpatrick, Guy Lerner and Richard Suttmeier examine the precious metal.
Mining, chemical and steel stocks are overvalued, but that doesn't mean you should avoid them.
Use technical momentum to find stocks that can move higher in this heated sector.
Updated levels on the commodities and their underlying equities provide a trading guide.
The correction in oil and gold prices is over, but the yen and the euro are just beginning to strengthen against the greenback.
Foreign markets have had a great year, and they could be a good short-term play.
We may be trading at midpoint levels for the year, but price action looks closer to 2001 than 2003.
While stocks rested, Treasuries, commodities and the dollar had big moves Tuesday.
The metal's outlook is bright regardless of who the president will be.
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