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Gold Prices Are Pointing to a Significant Decline in the Bond Market

Gold Prices Are Pointing to a Significant Decline in the Bond Market

'There is no escape from the conclusion that rising bond yields and a rising gold price cannot co-exist for long,' says a recent report from financial research company HCWE & Co.

Recession on the Horizon? Jim Cramer on the Yield Curve and Macy's

Recession on the Horizon? Jim Cramer on the Yield Curve and Macy's

Jim Cramer weighs in on the yield curve inversion, Macy's and what's on his mind.

Waste Management Cleans Up in Q2 Despite Sagging Recycling Revenue

Waste Management Cleans Up in Q2 Despite Sagging Recycling Revenue

Waste Management reports earnings that surpass analysts' estimates amid ongoing gains in its refuse collection and disposal business, though a drop in recycling revenue offset some of the gains.

These 2 Precious Metals Stocks Could Hit the Motherlode

These 2 Precious Metals Stocks Could Hit the Motherlode

Both names receive quant upgrades and have strong charts.

Jim Cramer: Why You Should Buy Nucor Right Now

Jim Cramer: Why You Should Buy Nucor Right Now

This is the way to play the new, Fed-induced, president-endorsed steel cycle.

Tape Off Bad Wall Street Advice

Tape Off Bad Wall Street Advice

Study analysts' bad 3M advice for an example of what not to do as an investor when a company is at its highs.

CF Industries Stock Is Poised to Change Direction

CF Industries Stock Is Poised to Change Direction

CF has managed to violate its prior downtrend as well as resistance.

Alcoa to Sell Spain Plants to Parter Capital, Take Charges

Alcoa to Sell Spain Plants to Parter Capital, Take Charges

The Pittsburgh aluminum major and its workers' representatives reached an accord regarding the deal with a Swiss private-equity firm.

Manufacturers Slip Again as Durable-Goods Orders Fall for Third Month in Four

Manufacturers Slip Again as Durable-Goods Orders Fall for Third Month in Four

New orders for manufactured durable goods slipped by 1.3% in May to $243.4 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. Economists had forecast no change during the month.

A Global Energy Crisis Looms

A Global Energy Crisis Looms

Investment in new energy capacity can't keep up with growing demand. If that doesn't change, then expect oil prices to enter a long-term uptrend.