Month: November 2019

China successfully launched satellites to space last week but a shower of rocket debris after the launch crushed buildings in the Sichuan province, captured in a video shared widely on social media. Before the government launched a Long March 3B rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on Friday evening, it warned residents with a
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Traders appear to be giving thanks already despite the shortened trading week as domestic equities notched more new highs Tuesday, albeit in modest fashion. Source: Provided by Finviz The S&P 500 inched up 0.22% The Dow Jones Industrial Average eked out a gain of 0.20% The Nasdaq Composite added 0.18% Familiar face Disney (NYSE:DIS) added 1.3% to
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In early September, we saw an unprecedented shift in the investment landscape from momentum stocks to value stocks. This came amid a recovery in economic fundamentals and a sharp rise in interest rates. By mid-September, the the iShares Momentum Factor ETF (BATS:MTUM) was down more than 1%, while the iShares Value Factor ETF (BATS:VLUE) was up more
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When people think about dividend investing, they may often think about retirees. After all, those regular payouts can come in handy for someone who’s retired from the workforce. But they’re not the only ones who can benefit. In fact, all investors should at least consider if dividend stocks are right for them. And that includes
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It is not even Thanksgiving yet Stocks are higher this year At least one move to $3 on January futures is in the cards After trading to a high at $2.905 on November 5, the price of natural gas has been falling like a stone even though the winter season is just getting underway in
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Reports from India indicate gold imports dropped 21.43 billion USD in the April-October months this year (2019) compared to 2018.  That’s an 18.4% drop which is significant in anyone’s book. Regular followers of The Gold Enthusiast know he watches Indian gold figures closely, as India is often the world’s largest importer of raw gold.  Indian consumers are traditionally
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China’s hand in cementing a phase one trade deal with the U.S. keeps getting weaker even though many American media outlets keep reporting otherwise because they seem to like Chinese President Xi Jinping better than President Donald Trump, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Monday. Cramer said on “Squawk Box” the mainstream media wrongly thinks that
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