The Market Gets Its First “Caution Flag” in a Long Time

Since the March 23 lows, the market has been on an absolute tear, racing back towards the all-time highs from before the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak.

But this week, traders and investors started to pump the brakes a bit as the first real yellow caution flag started to wave. There’s a Reality Gap between the risk-on and the risk-off assets that is giving the market pause.

In today’s market update video, I’ll explain exactly what I mean and show you how it’s affecting all four of the major indexes.

I’ll also give you some insights on what it means for the market going forward.

Click below to watch…

The Best Investments to Make as the Fed “Prints” Money

Wall Street and their friends in the Big Media have been having a field day since March.

You’ve seen the stories: Big Tech companies such as Inc. (AMZN) up 60%, Hertz Global Holdings Inc. (HTZ) more than tripling after filing for bankruptcy protection, airline and cruise line stock swinging wildly up and down…

All great stories to make you jump in head first, trade without thinking, and make your broker a lot of money while you’re at it.

One story they tucked “below the fold” has been the meteoric rise in precious metals.

Silver and especially gold have had a stellar year. The SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) ETF, probably the easiest way to invest in gold, is up over 18% this year.

If you bought it at the March bottom, you’d be up twice as much.

It’s been years since we saw that kind of move in gold.

Of course now that it’s up so high, Wall Street is starting to talk about it, ads for gold are everywhere on TV, and Robinhood traders are piling in.

In the long-term, they’re right. Gold and silver will keep rising.

But don’t join them. At least not yet.

Here’s why…

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