Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
September 23, 2018

While Ripple’s XRP was the center of attention end of last week, Stellar Lumens (XLM) aimed to become the shining star over the weekend. XLM/USD gained around 26% early Sunday and briefly topped EOS to become the 5th largest cryptocurrency

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The Zacks Semiconductors – Radio Frequency Industry comprises an array of companies with diversified end-markets. The solutions provided by the key industry players apart from Radio Frequency (RF) solutions comprise Front-end Modules (FEMs), low-noise amplifiers, diodes, multi-chip modules (MMICs), optical components, surface

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USDJPY broke above 112.15 resistance. A further rise to test 113.17 resistance could be expected; a breakout of this level would aim at 115.50 resistance. Near term support is at 111.60, a breakdown below this level could bring the price

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This week we’ll begin with our monthly and weekly forecasts of the currency pairs worth watching. The first part of our forecast is based upon our research of the past 16 years of Forex prices, which show that the following methodologies have all

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Dollar/yen continued its march to the upside as the US went forward with announcing trade tariffs and US yields advanced towards the highs. The Fed decision is front and center. USD/JPY fundamental movers The US announced a 10% tariff on $200 billion worth

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September 23, 2018

E Gold Bull Market Merely On Hold

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It’s time to revise my big picture outlook for gold. I don’t believe gold is entering a new multi-year bear market nor do I think prices will drop to $700. I believe the bull market was merely suspended and lower

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All things have a beginning, a middle and and end. And now, more than 3,480 days into the current bull market, the longest in history, we can say with high confidence we are very close to its end. Why? For manifold

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Ten years after the Lehman bankruptcy, the financial elite is obsessed with what will send the world spiraling into the next financial crisis. And with household debt relatively tame by historical standards (excluding student loans, which however will likely be

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USD/CAD The US dollar spent the bulk of the week falling against the Canadian dollar but appears to be finding a bit of support in the 1.29 level.This is essentially the bottom of the “zone” that extends down from the

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