Gold SPDR (GLD)
$178.62 0.23 (0.13%)
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Market Cap 49.67B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7,910
Day's Range 178.39 - 178.39
52-Week Range 136.12 - 194.45
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Wall Street has apparently dispensed with fundamentals, so there are plenty of overblown stocks to short, as well as opportunities to go long gold against equity ebullience.
Tesla, Starbucks, gold and the S&P 500 were our top stock trades for Thursday. So, let's look at the charts after a busy trading session.
If the global recession gets worse in the rest of the year, then gold stocks may continue to be good buys.
If gold moves higher, so too will gold prices. Let's take a closer look at the yellow metal, which could gain momentum in the months to come.
It feels like global central banks are on a mission to kill cash. Investors should defend themselves with gold stocks like GLD, GOLD and NEM.
Beyond Meat, PayPal, Gold, Peloton and Virgin Galactic were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's take a look at the charts now.
Amazon, Tesla, McDonald's and the gold ETF were our top stock trades for Friday. That said, here's a look at what charts look like now.
Few global assets have performed better over the past twelve months than the price of gold and the GLD etf is setting up for another trading opportunity to the upside.
Gold mining ETFs line DUST, JNUG and NUGT dish out huge, trade-worthy swings, but the downside of being wrong may not be worth the risk.
Gold mining stocks have a tailwind one would be wise to respect
By Ken Trester
Despite last week’s bullishness, investors were hesitant to abandon their safe-haven positions in gold, and I think now is the perfect time for a bullish trade on SPDR Gold Shares ETF (NYSEARCA:GLD).
Gold and gold ETFs like GLD are sagging to start 2020, but the current market setting is conducive to more upside.
The GLD ETF hasn’t done much for years. But with the coronavirus stoking ridiculous fears, suddenly this gold fund is very attractive.
After a bumpy week, we're taking a closer look at Facebook, General Electric, gold and bitcoin as our top stock trades.
Boeing, airline stocks and hotels continue to get pummeled, while everything's being sold. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
We saw equities fall in the stock market today, despite the Federal Reserve stepping up with an emergency 50-basis-points rate cut.
Tesla, Tilray, Cronos Group and the gold ETF (GLD) were our top stock trades for Wednesday. That said, here's a look at the charts.