When I was a kid, I saw Star Wars for the first time in 1977, and I kept going back to the theatre to watch it again. I don’t remember how many times I saw it (and each visit was a big deal, because my parents had to get me to the theatre, and we had to pay for a ticket every time) but I think it was something like 18 times.
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While routinely following the precious metals as one of many sectors in NFTRH, we have mostly left it alone with respect to public writing over the last few years. That is because it is in a bear market and since I am not a slick short-term trader, I have felt it is best to mostly just let it play out to the bear’s will without overly active involvement.
But several indicators have us on alert that 2016 is going to be the year that the bear ends in gold and gold stocks. So why not publicly discuss the shiny rock a bit more in anticipation? I am still 100% in line with the value aspect of a monetary metal that is historically sought after in times of doubt about
the Monetary Politburo’s (Central Bankers’) ability to manipulate the global macro backdrop as desired and to positive effect over the long-term.
Here’s today’s swing-trading watch-list:
Long Jinkosolar Holding (JKS)
SB’s note: I originally wrote this post on my trading Blog on February 24, 2013, but thought I’d share it here with the good folks at Slope of Hope as we approach the end of 2015…and to wish a Happy Holidays to all…
No doubt, everyone has experienced some kind of loss over the years. Its consequences can be quite painful.
As we count down the days toward Christmas, I wanted each day to share a tidbit of my own best Christmas memories. Today’s entry is the Christmas character with whom I can most closely identify: the Grinch. Here is one of the greatest holiday songs ever made: