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Video By: Ivan Delgado
Black Swan events represent how rare a market occurrence is. These occurrences are abnormal, have a wide-spread impact, and are difficult to predict.
Article By: EqualOcean
The leading cryptocurrency was once again near its all-time high as it continued the upward trend that started in late July after halving back down to around $29,000. The price of Bitcoin has doubled in 2021, but clearly not without some volatility.
In this article: BITCOMP Also: BITO Read
Video By: Cory Mitchell, CMT
The 'Stock Market Health Indicators' are in positive territory. This means that I am willing to deploy capital into swing trades. Let's take a look at these indicators and how to analyze them.
In this video: IWM, NDX, SPX Watch
Article By: Brad Thomas
Huzzah for China Evergrande Group. It didn’t formally default. The embattled business apparently wired $83.5 million worth of coupon payments to a Citibank trustee. In more “interesting” news, Bitcoin flash-crashed from $65,815 to $8,200 yesterday.
In this article: CMG, TRNO, EGRNF, BITCOMP, PINE, WPGGQ Read
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Wall Street expects a year-over-year increase in earnings on higher revenues when Chevron reports results for the quarter ended September 2021. While this outlook is important, how the actual results compare to these estimates is crucial.
In this article: CVX Read
Article By: Yohay Elam
The AUD/USD exchange rate rose for a third straight week and traded near a new three-month high of 0.7545. Although speculative interest ignored the dollar’s usually positive hints, the Australian dollar mimicked Wall Street momentum.
In this article: FXA, GLD, UUP Read
Article By: Benzinga
EV manufacturers had a robust outing the week ending Oct. 22, thanks to Tesla's quarterly report. Most other green energy stocks meandered through the week to close in the red. Here are the key events that happened in the EV space during the week.
In this article: F, NIO, HNHPF, TSLA, NKLA, LCID Read
Article By: Robert Rapier
September was a bad month in the markets, with the S&P 500 falling 3.7%. Nine of 11 S&P 500 sectors were down in September, with the utilities sector getting hit hardest (-7.3%). The highlight of September was the energy sector, which returned 14.3%.
In this article: XLE Also: COP, CVX, EOG, MPC, SLB, VLO, XOM, PSX Read
Article By: David Merkel
For the last nine years, I have thought that the move away from LIBOR could be a case of “The cure is worse than the disease.” I think we may come to regret the transition from LIBOR to SOFR.
Article By: Tyler Durden
One of the biggest concerns that keeps regulators and central bankers up at night is that as a result of over $23 trillion in QE, liquidity in the bond market has collapsed and even a modest shift in prevailing sentiment would have consequences.
In this article: IEF, TLT Read


Joseph Brown
@0xPatient Yes, might have to do a dedicated video on this
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Jan Nieuwenhuijs
@Pawel65731458 Western countries already have enough gold relative to their gdp. Read

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