Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram

The Asian start seemed confused when opening lower, but it was not long before buyers stepped in. In holiday subdued trading (Hong Kong and South Korea are closed) the Shanghai index traded heavy for much of the day. It was

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The bears are trying to extend the sell-off into a third straight day.  But let’s be frank, the selling is hardly anything to get concerned with at this point, there is little volume to it, and the VIX indicator is

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Much will be decided tomorrow. Metals and Miners could break either way. Prices will respond to interest rate expectations. Gold will remain under pressure as long as interest rates continue on a steady path higher. Gold should rally if the

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There is a new study out with some very surprising estimates for how much money we will need in retirement… and it isn’t good news. How does 130% of our current income sound? If that feels a bit high to

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WTI extended gains today after OPEC signaled it may not replace Iranian oil that’s disappearing from global markets as U.S. sanctions loom, but slumped off its highs of the day after Trump slammed OPEC for “ripping off the world”. As

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Emerging markets continue to decouple from the U.S. market, making them look attractive as a value play—particularly distressed Chinese equities. Below I’ll share with you two big reasons why I think China is well-positioned to outperform over the long term.

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Consumer confidence surged once again to help set up what could be another strong quarterly performance from the retail sector. With September’s Consumer Confidence Index closing in on an 18-year high, let’s look at three retail stocks that might be

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Doc is with me today to look at the USD. With a short-term breakdown in the dollar, we also look at the longer-term charts. Doc remains in the bearish camp but is not expecting a waterfall decline. We also discuss

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Data Courtesy of Trade Alert 

Moments ago Nike reported Q1 earnings which beat on the top and bottom line, with EPS of 67c beating the estimate of 63c (with a 14% tax rate), on revenue of $9.95BN, also just above the $9.94BN, if not quite

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