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Three Reasons to Hold Gold in 2016…

As the ‘fear trade’ continues to push more investors towards gold, an interesting infographic began circulating the wire giving three reasons why it may be a good idea to hold some of the yellow metal in your portfolio this year. Investors have shown a renewed interest in gold since the beginning of the year as…

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Mohamed El-Erian Warns about a Day of Reckoning

Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian said Tuesday the world economy is at the end of the era of borrowing growth and profits from the future in the form of easy monetary policies. “Either we validate the financial asset prices and growth faster, or alternatively we will slip into a global recession with financial disorder,”…

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Philip Diehl Discusses Leadership, the Gold Market and the Case for Owning Gold Coins

Listen to the podcast here.   Philip N. Diehl, President of U.S. Money Reserve, one of the nation’s largest distributors of government-issued gold, silver and platinum coins joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to the interview with host Eric Dye & guest Philip N. Diehl discuss the following: How did your leadership background as the Director of the U.S. Mint qualify you for…

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Gartman: Why Any Stock Bounce will be Short-Lived

Any bounce in U.S. stocks will be short-lived, widely followed market watcher Dennis Gartman cautioned on Tuesday. The warning came as U.S. stocks were poised to open higher following data that showed China’s economy grew by 6.8 percent, easing fears of a more significant slowdown. What has the publisher of The Gartman Letter concerned is…

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A Recession Worse than 2008 is Coming

The S&P 500 has begun 2016 with its worst performance ever. This has prompted Wall Street apologists to come out in full force and try to explain why the chaos in global currencies and equities will not be a repeat of 2008. Nor do they want investors to believe this environment is commensurate with the…

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Market Crash Robs $2.3 Trillion from Investors

The stock market rout is starting to get really expensive — destroying $2.3 trillion from the market’s top last year and $1.5 trillion in net wealth just this year. The giant companies that predominantly populate the Standard & Poor’s 500 have fallen an average of 8.9% this year — which, when translated into dollars, is…

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Late Selloff Puts Stock Indexes in Correction

The late-day selloff came despite earlier gains sparked by better-than-expected trade data from China and an early bounce in oil prices from recent lows. But the two-day bounce faded as the mood shifted on Wall Street from the once-winning buy-the-dip mentality to a “sell the rally” strategy, says Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank. By the…