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Posts Tagged ‘commodities’

Adding shares of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/B) to my Jubak Picks Portfolio

Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) hit the headlines today on news that it had made a big buy in shares of Japanese trading companies. To me that looks like a typical Buffett value play on commodities and international trade at a time when the market in general has eyes only for technology shares. (An indication […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

... a lot of data on commodities. You're excused if commodity prices haven't been on the top of mind lately. There have been a few other things to think about. So maybe you've missed some of the big moves in the sector. Copper, for example, has been up for seven straight weeks now. But this […]

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Buying new cobalt player Wheaton Precious Metals in my Volatility Portfolio

Yesterday in Part 3 of my Special Report on "Investing in a Late Cycle Market" I made Wheaton Precious Metals (WPM) one of my "musical chairs" picks. Please note that I could have argued for buying this stock on its exposure to silver and gold. (Gold and silver will be, I could have argued, a […]

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Notes You Need for June 14: Initial claims for unemployment, airline fares, QCOM server chips, Intel iPhone chips, retail sales, Amazon in Brazil, El Nino

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Deere climbs on guidance for full 2018

We've had stocks that tumbled after reporting good but not good enough earnings. We've had stocks that tumbled after reporting good earnings but cutting guidance. Today we've got a stock, Deere (DE),that disappointed on quarterly revenue, but climbed strongly on stronger guidance for the full 2018 year. Shares of Deere were up 5.75%, tacking on […]

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Does news that U.S. will let Russia’s big aluminum producer avoid sanctions remove this wild card from commodities and stock markets?

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Dollar slump continues this morning as ECB president Draghi shrugs off euro strength

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Good news for the global economy: Inflation picks up in China

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Oil pushes higher on inventory report and global markets (except for China) follow

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Oil falls below $50; market rethinks Trump reflation trades

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