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CBOE 10 Year US Treasury Yield Index Analysis: Tide versus Waves

In this technical analysis lesson, we teach you why the most obvious charts aren't always the best – using the 10-year Treasury yield as an example.

Demographics to Define Future Economic Trends

How millennials are shaping investments and where to look for opportunities.

Strong Weekly Chart for Alaska Gold Explorer

A look at why the weekly chart for HighGold Mining (TSX-V: HIGH) has us interested.

Charting Inflation: A Look at the CRB Index Chart

A look at inflation using the CRB index and the CRB weekly chart. Here's what it tells us about the outlook for commodities and inflation.

Namibian Government Deep-Sixes Deep-South Resources

We have heard many times that Technical Analysis does not “work” for small cap stocks. This chart of Deep Six Resources says otherwise.

Charting BITCOIN: Volume Sheds Light on Future Price Action

A look at how BITCOIN volume sheds light on price action and what the recent price action tells us about the price of BITCOIN.

The Lithium Boom is Back: Here's One Stock Set to Soar

Lithium prices have doubled in just a few short months, as demand is rapidly outstripping supply. Here's one stock set to soar as a result.

VR Resources: Another Ascending Triangle Pattern – Another Predictable Result

Reverse engineering a stock chart can sometimes help traders uncover fundamental shifts not yet known to the market. Here's a look at how to "see" stock chart patterns before they happen.

Whose Pulling the Strings?

Why can't a collection of the world's virologists and immunologists solve the question of the COVID-19's origin?

Newcore Gold: Smart Engineering Drives Value

Here's why analysts have price targets for Newcore Gold that's more than double where the Company trades today.

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Lots of good information, gold seems to be highlighted as a potential investment that could grow in the coming months, as worldwide events do point to some financial difficulties that could cause losses in the stock market, not to mention, a decline in investor sentiment. Any suggestions on what gold stocks would be a good buy to hold, and mining stocks too. I realize that Equedia does not provide investment advice and you are not brokers or financial institutions. Any words of wisdom from the Equedia pro’s would be helpful and appreciated. Thank you!

John R. Vicente

Omg, thanks to you so much for this facts-based article.

I am Canadian originally from the UK England.
The writing has been on the wall for years. But the media who lie every second they breath have convinced the SHEEP that’s it’s true. You are correct on every single point.
Keep up the good work. I don’t know how you do it. I would have thrown my hands up in disgust a long time ago. People just don’t get it.
Divide and conquer

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JB

A very insightful article an exactly my experience as well.

I run a small junior mining Company and believe these policies are destroying an entire sector of our economy. Resources are what CANADA was built on and this manipulation will be our ruination. Talk is cheap however I have been talking with some fellow mining companies and it’s time to wake the hell up and make the public take notice.
Only through galvanizing the public attention will we get the politicians to change the rules…otherwise it will never change.

Terry Lynch

An enlightening perspective on Covid

It’s the direct and indirect impact from a medical, economic and social perspective. It’s got me “rethinking” my own short and long term financial plans.

Makes me think of the quote by Helen Keller, “Worse than being blind, is having sight with no vision”.

Thank you, Ivan!

Keith D.