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US Real Estate Investment Trusts Led Markets For Second Week

Real estate shares are on a roll. For a second week, real estate investment trusts (REITs) posted the strongest weekly gain for the major asset classes, based on performances via a set of exchange-traded funds. The leading gain is no mean feat when you consider that risk-off sentiment has returned lately and bond prices have surged. Vanguard Real Estate (VNQ) popped 1.7% for the week of trading ended Friday, Aug. 9. The gain marks the third straight weekly advance and the...

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A Massive Surge In GLD “Inventory”

  A Massive Surge In GLD "Inventory" Posted with permission and written by Craig Hemke, TF Metals Report    Yesterday saw the 2nd-largest one day surge in GLD "inventory" in the past five years. What does this signal, if anything at all?   I think most everyone here knows how I feel about the GLD. It's a scam. It's a sham and it's a fraud. Oh sure, there's almost certainly some gold held in the HSBC vaults but how much is truly, 100% allocated to just the GLD? Recall the...

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War Of Words Reignites Demand For Safe Havens

Economic news for the US has been encouraging in recent days, but rising tensions between the United States and North Korea have refocused the crowd’s attention on the potential for war. Predictably, President Trump’s blunt warning on Tuesday that North Korea faced “fire and fury” if it continued to threaten the US revived the appetite for safe havens, including Treasuries. The renewed demand for government securities pushed the policy sensitive 2-year yield down to 1.33% yesterday...

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Price-Momentum Implied Forecasts: Commodities

On Tuesday we looked at stocks, followed by yesterday’s review of bonds. Today we turn to commodities for this series of articles that’s focused on profiling momentum across the major asset classes, according to a set of proxy ETFs. The analytical lens is once again a two-part toolkit: 50- and 200-day moving averages, along with the trailing one-year return (252 trading days). The goal: develop some intuition about the near-term outlook for various slices of the global markets. Since...

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