The two most popular investments in recent years have been dormant and out of the spotlight, but from looking at their charts, their time to shine may be closer than one may think, writes Chris Vermeulen of TheGoldAndOilGuy.com.
The market has reached a level where next week could go either way. But something could happen next week to turn the momentum negative, and MoneyShow's Tom Aspray suggests being very careful with your potential risk if you plan on new buying in the short term.
If you're looking to trade commodities, you'll need to pay attention to more than just the weather, growing season, or supply stockpiles, and Michael Seery of SeeryFutures.com offers his five tips for success.
The price of gold, silver, and their related mining stocks have bucked the broad market uptrend and instead have been sinking to the bottom in terms of performance, writes Chris Vermeulen of TheGoldAndOilGuy.com.
While the demand for metals and minerals is only going to grow, the land-based reserves of these crucial commodities are limited. However, beneath the waves there lies a treasure trove of resources, writes David Crossland of The National.
Despite a solid late-week bounce, the charts and sentiment numbers really don't support another rally at this point, says MoneyShow's Tom Aspray. He shares the key levels he's watching that could predict a deeper correction, and suggests a few plays to concentrate on once the fog clears.