Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
April 10, 2018
April 10, 2018

Weather Struggling To Save Natural Gas

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Natural gas prices ground into the lower end of their recent trading range today, with the May contract settling down a bit less than 1.5% on the day.  This came even as we saw GWDD forecasts tick up slightly overnight,

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April 10, 2018

Time To Safeguard Global Free Trade

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For a year, President Trump has promoted global division and trade friction, while China has defended global trade and cooperation. It is time to defend the open, global economy. If President Xi Jinping’s speech was highly anticipated in the Boao

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April 10, 2018

More Hidden Consolidation

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Yesterday the market had a lot of travel or range. It ran up, and then fell back. Today the stock indexes gapped higher and held their higher open. If you’re looking at the day-to-day point gains and losses in the

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Since the stock market started its period of dramatic ups and downs (sometimes fluctuating even 300 to 400 points in a single day), the number of people who ask me what they should do with their holdings has spiked tremendously. Should I

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With anti-Chinese sentiment in the US rising faster than one of Gordon Ramsay’s pies, it’s probably a good time to think about what China means to the global economy, where it’s come from, what its aspirations are, and what all

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April 10, 2018

Technical Outlook For Cryptocurrencies

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I am happy to introduce a new guest to the show, Ryan Wilday. Ryan is the technical analyst focused on cryptocurrencies. In our first interview, we look at his lower targets for Bitcoin and how he balances out the fundamental

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April 10, 2018

What To Do In A Sell-Off?

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The most important factor that determines if you successfully deal with a selloff is how you are positioned before one. When faced with a correction or a bear market, your portfolio’s risk needs to be properly set to your personality, age,

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Stocks Lose Steam In The Afternoon On Monday, the stock market had a strong morning, but then gave up most of its gains in the afternoon. The Dow was up 440 points in the afternoon, but only closed up 46

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April 10, 2018

The Value Of Tax-Smart Investing

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Join Sophie Antal Gilbert, a Consulting Director at Russell Investments, and Jon Eggins, a Senior Portfolio Manager for Global Equities at Russell Investments, as they explore the potential benefits and challenges of tax-smart investing in the current environment.