What follows is our weekly wrap with links to articles by editors of Money and Markets investment newsletters.
Larry Edelson began the week by giving two possible scenarios for gold and silver to bottom. He strongly believes if gold doesn’t hit a major low this month, this move will be postponed until May. (Stay tuned for his Monday column, which gives an update on those scenarios.)
Douglas Davenport shared with readers what technical analysis has to say about gold’s future movements and gave his answer to the question of whether gold has already entered a new bull market.
Bill Hall listed pragmatic realities that should be considered when making investment decisions and described three simple steps you should take in order to book profits.
Among the sectors that Weiss Ratings’ expert Don Lucek will be watching is consumer discretionary, and in his article he gave the reasons and a list of A-plus-rated stocks for near-term purchase.
One of the equity strategies that paid off for investors in 2013 was the Dogs of the Dow. Mike Burnick analyzed its chances to lead the pack again in 2014.
U.S. stocks have gotten off to a weak start this year after historical gains in 2013, but Money and Markets’ investing editors see plenty of signs that there’s still room for equities to grow in the coming months.
With the Fed starting to taper its QE program, new trends in the banking sector are beginning to emerge. Mike Larson concluded the week with a discussion of whether it is time to buy bank stocks.
The Money and Markets’ Team