With Nuclear Energy Returning To Japan, Now Is the Time To Get Into The Deeply Undervalued Uranium Market

November 26th, 2014

nuclear power plantJeff D. Opdyke:  A funny thing happened on the way to a nuclear-free world — Japan realized what a stupid idea that was.

You will probably recall that in the wake of the earthquake/tsunami/Fukushima nuclear disaster Japan shuttered its 50 nuclear power plants, which were supplying between 30% and 40% of the island-nation’s electricity needs. Read more…

Energy, ETF, Markets, Today's Top News

Inflation And Gold: Are Stocks Adjusting

November 25th, 2014

Stock MarketsGary Tanashian:  MarketWatch announces that the US stock market is back to the ‘real’ highs of the last secular bull market, prior to the dot.com/tech bubble blow out.  Here is the Dow adjusted for CPI, finally paying back investors after a 14 year debit in ‘real’ terms. Read more…

Gold, Inflation/Deflation, Stocks, Today's Top News

Semiconductor Equipment Book-to-Bill Ratio Moderating

November 25th, 2014

computer chipGary Tanashian:  Since we were the only ones (so far as I could see) even talking about the Semiconductor equipment industry ramp up (and positive implications on US manufacturing) back in early 2013 I think we should continue to tend the sector and finish what we started. Read more…

Economy, Manufacturing

Chaos In Ferguson, Missouri After Grand Jury Announces Verdict On Michael Brown Vs Darren Wilson Case

November 25th, 2014

riots 4Mac Slavo:  Updated: 12:49 AM CT An unidentified police officer was wounded in University City, MO, also part of the St. Louis metro area, and about 6 miles from Ferguson. The officer has been hospitalized and is reportedly expected to be OK. Read more…

Today's Top News, World News

Ferguson Grand Jury: Photos Reveal Why Darren Wilson Was Not Indicted

November 25th, 2014

Darren Wilson InjuriesINFOWARS.COM:  Photos released to the media reveal why the grand jury in Missouri did not indict police officer Darren Wilson. Read more…

Today's Top News, World News

Tear Gas Fired In Ferguson, No One Is Safe!

November 25th, 2014

riots 3SPUTNIK NEWS:  Amnesty International has reported that its observers have been aimed at and gassed by riot police in public space amid a crackdown on violent protests underway in the US city of Ferguson over a grand jury’s decision not to press charges against a white policeman for killing an unarmed African-American teenager in August. Read more…

Today's Top News, World News

America’s “Buy Now, Pay Later” Society Is Exactly What The Federal Reserve And Elites Want!

November 25th, 2014

us-debtMichael Snyder:  From the dawn of history, elites have always attempted to enslave humanity.  Yes, there have certainly been times when those in power have slaughtered vast numbers of people, but normally those in power find it much more beneficial to profit from the labor of those that they are able to subjugate.  Read more…

Banking, Government, Today's Top News

Risk Indicator: A Look At Market Breadth

November 24th, 2014

Stock ChartsChris Ciovacco:  Since every stock trade has a buyer and a seller, stocks do not rise when there are more buyers than sellers (something that is not possible). Instead, prices rise when the conviction to buy is greater than the conviction to sell. It can be thought of this way under bullish conditions, “I am willing to sell to you, but you are going to have to pay up”. The market recently provided us with a new conviction signal via a breadth indicator tied to volume…what could it mean for stocks?

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Markets, Technical Trading, Today's Top News

Racial Tensions Rise In Ferguson As The Grand Jury Gets Ready To Announce Their Verdict Tonight

November 24th, 2014

Outrage In Missouri Town After Police Shooting Of 18-Yr-Old ManKurt Nimmo:  The FBI has sent out a bulletin warning that regardless of a grand jury decision to indict or not police officer Darren Wilson, there will be violence in Ferguson, Missouri.

“The announcement of the grand jury’s decision … will likely be exploited by some individuals to justify threats and attacks against law enforcement and Read more…

Government, Today's Top News

Lindsay’s Right Shoulder: The End Of the Bull Market?

November 24th, 2014

BullEd Carlson:  With the October rally exceeding the September high we find ourselves once again searching for the right shoulder high which will mark the end of the bull market. Read more…

Markets, Today's Top News

Are Nuclear Attacks Possibly On The Horizon In America? Top Hacker Guccifer Says Yes!

November 24th, 2014

Nuke Over American CityPaul Joseph Watson:  Renowned hacker Guccifer, who accessed the private emails of numerous top military, political and intelligence leaders, told the New York Times that a city in Pennsylvania is the target of a nuke attack in 2015. Read more…

News Of The Weird, Today's Top News

Obama Has “Gone Rogue”: More Elected Officials Speaking Out Against Executive Orders

November 24th, 2014

barack-obamaSteve Watson:  In the wake of announced executive action, more elected representatives have come forward to warn of an unprecedented power grab by the president. Read more…

Government, Today's Top News

On The Trail To Discovery: Uranium

November 24th, 2014

Mining 3Rick Mills:  We are going to follow the process a junior resource company takes in making a discovery; in this case we are going looking for uranium, but are also reminded of the Voisey’s Bay story when two diamond prospectors almost inadvertently found a large nickel, copper and cobalt deposit.  This junior has potential for not only uranium, but also gold and platinum group elements. Read more…

Gold, Mining, Precious Metals

Michael Slifirski Of Credit Suisse Discusses A Growing Demand For The Graphite And Vanadium Markets

November 24th, 2014

Precious MedalsJT Long:  More may really be better for end users and mining companies when it comes to graphite. Credit Suisse Analyst Michael Slifirski sees something a lot bigger than a zero-sum game in minerals. In this interview Read more…

China, Emerging Markets, Precious Metals

Illegal Murders College Football Player Leaving Everyone Confused As To Why?

November 24th, 2014

711 murderAdan Salazar:  A convenience store confrontation over the weekend ended in tragedy after a man suspected of being in the country illegally approached and stabbed a college football player to death.
Police in McMinnville, Ore., are still baffled as to why 33-year-old Juventino Bermudez-Arenas attacked Read more…

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