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September is considered to be a rough month for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial and Nasdaq. However, gold shone the brightest this month.
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The S&P improves to a weekly high following Trump's criticism of interest rates. Bitcoin attains another high at $7,501 but may soar as high as $10,000.
Dow Jones experienced more lows than highs for the past three weeks. Gold and other precious metals were also under pressure.
Despite some short selling, gold rallies appear unflinching. The stock market bounces back from extreme volatility from February to April.
Dow Jones plunged at a rate of 6.71 percent, following a benign inflation brought about by Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.
Dow Jones remains highly volatile, and the continuing deflation of the stock market makes gold and silver look better options to invest in.
Are years ending in seven a curse for the stock markets? Well, the record is not good. Panics, crashes, and financial crises have been frequent.