Wednesday , 29 May 2024

Asset Allocation

What Is A “Market Melt-up?” Is It Underway OR About To Happen?

Here's a definition of precisely what constitutes a melt-up: “A melt-up is a sustained and often unexpected improvement in the investment performance of an asset or asset class, driven partly by a stampede of investors who don’t want to miss out on its rise, rather than by fundamental improvements in the economy.“

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Silver:S&P 500 Ratio Reversal Will Be Shocking – Here’s Why

The stock market bubble continues to inflate, while the price of silver remains range-bound but a reversal in those two asset classes is coming, and based on history it could be one for the record books. In fact, you might want to refrain from sipping hot coffee while viewing the tables below.

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Why Gold Mining Stocks Outperform Gold in Bull Markets

Gold mining stocks are much more volatile than gold bullion and have a variety of additional risks dependent on their company structure, jurisdiction of operations, and operational efficiency but they can be an alluring option for investors who are looking for exceptional returns in gold bull markets. Here's why.

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