It's no secret that I believe 2019 will be a good year for gold.
You see, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) polled 30 experts on expectations for the gold price in 2019.
Twenty of these experts expect the gold price to rise PAST $1,400 in 2019!
Only six of the 30 analysts expect the gold price to remain below $1,300 for 2019.
Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley, London's top bulli... ››› more
I don't know if I'm alone on this but, let me ask you something.
Do you still write on a notepad on a daily basis? Do you still buy magazines and newspapers every week?
I certainly don't. Nowadays, all you need is an internet connection and a laptop, and you get all the information you need world-wide. And with an application like word, you can type and save all your breakthrough ideas on wo... ››› more
Last week we saw an unusual development as the Chinese Renminbi recorded its biggest monthly drop since 2007.
But when you take a closer look at the situation, the Chinese government doesn't seem concerned about its weakening currency.
In fact, it looks like it's actually trying to weaken it. But why would China do this. And what does it mean for you as a Forex trader?
So what’s ... ››› more
Confusion reigns on the gold battlefield.
The gold bulls are calling a bottom in the metal price. John Paulson, hedge fund billionaire and the holder of the biggest share of the world's largest gold ETF is holding onto his gold for a recovery in the metal.
But at the same time, the gold bears are saying the fall isn't over yet. Banking giant, Goldman Sachs and Barclays have gone on record sa... ››› more
“Goldman to JPMorgan Say Sell Emerging Markets After Slide”
This was the headline reported by Bloomberg on Tuesday morning. The article showed that in 2013, emerging market shares underperformed developed world shares by the most since 1998. And based on this, the big banks are calling these markets a sell.
But I believe these big banks have missed a trick… I believe the very reason wh... ››› more
African Bank Investments released two trading statements first thing today. Initially the market didn't like the news and the share plunged 13%. But the share closed over 5% higher tonight. Let's have a closer look at what's going on…
This morning, Africa’s biggest provider of unsecured loans announced the steps it was taking to turn its business around. It released a quarterly update follow... ››› more
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