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Stocks Are Breaking the Glass Ceiling: 6 Reasons to Be Bullish by Martin Pring | Aug 11, 2016 | Market Commentary | 0 comments At the beginning of 2000, I unsuccessfully submitted a bearish stock market article, A Turn of the Tide, to a well-known US financial publisher. At the time, in the middle of […]
by Martin Pring www.pring.com For years I have always thought of the gold price as a discounting mechanism for inflation. In recent months though, the price has rallied sharply under what appears to be a very deflationary background. It could be that gold is looking through all of this and predicting an inflationary outcome. Nevertheless,… […]
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Martin Pring has been been bullish on commodities on both a secular and cyclical basis for some time. The cyclical part may have been a bit premature as prices have been flat to down since the Commodity Barometer went positive at the start of last year, but now things appear to be heating up. […]