The Dow Jones saw some selling pressure this week, closing down 4.94 percent from its last all-time high of October 3rd of last year.
This was a constructive week for the Dow Jones, up 1.49 percent in the BEV chart.
Black swans: Attributing sudden and often catastrophic events to such a beautiful bird seems grossly unfair. But panics, manias, crashes, and collapses are like a thunderstorm...
The Dow Jones continues correcting, closing this week below its -5 percentBEV line. Is it time to panic?
20,000 jobs vs. 55,900 jobs. That was the stark difference between the U.S. nonfarm payrolls and the Canadian job numbers for February.
The pending failure in the corporate bond market will reflect on the Dow Jones' dividend payouts. In the past nine years, dividend payouts for the Dow...
Numbers to watch this coming week are the employment reports due out on Friday in both the U.S. and Canada.
After peaking in January, gold seems to have no immediate signs of slowing down.
Palladium is now the most expensive precious metal in the market and its price could rise multiple times in the coming months.
An interesting article spurred us to think more about today’s economic conditions vs. the conditions that led to the collapse in 1929 and the subsequent Great...