Coronavirus is triggering big trouble in the U.S. stock market. If the coronavirus isn’t better contained in the days ahead, the stock market could continue to fall due to an increase in panic selling an already overextended stock market. Take a look at the chart below showing high rate of insider selling outpacing buying by…

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A Self-Directed IRA can accept Forex and trade in the forex market. Diversify your assets with an IRA that accepts Forex, Commodities and Gold – Self-Directed IRAs. You will not be paying taxes on forex trading gains until retirement. Basically, you’re able to day-trade tax-free and avoid paying taxes on forex trading gains until retirement…

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Last week, we got bad news in the manufacturing sector. The ISM index of national factory activity dropped to a 10-year low. It was the second straight month the number was below 50, which indicates a contraction in manufacturing. That news sent stock markets into a tailspin. This was followed up by a very week…

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Jim Rickards contact “Goldfinger,” a gold industry insider, first clued us into an important gold flow reversal happening. You might recall their live broadcast. In the months just before that meeting in Zurich with Goldfinger, over 170 tons of gold flowed back into London. Instead of coming out of London, into Switzerland, and then heading…

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Gold is set for a comeback six to 12 months from now, according to UBS. As long as the Federal Reserve sees no reason to raise interest rates in a hurry, gold should do well, according to strategists at the bank’s Chief Investment Office Wealth Management Research arm. They see gold prices climbing to $1,350…

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We are entering panic mood month, known as Octoberphobia. Credit Suisse’s Global Risk Appetite index reached “panic” levels for the first time since January 2012. Stocks are going down. Why? Why are the markets not performing? On the one hand, the U.S. Federal Reserve desperately wants to raise interest rates to show that there’s been…

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