Is Kinross Gold (KGC) Stock A Buy? – Kinross Stock Analysis

Kinross Gold Corporation is a Canadian-based gold and silver mining company founded in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Kinross currently operates eight active gold mines, and was ranked fifth of the "10 Top Gold-mining Companies" of 2019 by…

Is Newmont (NEM) Stock A Buy? – Newmont Stock Analysis

Newmont Corporation is the world's largest gold mining company. Newmont operates gold mines in North America, South America, Asia/Pacific, and Africa. Newmont has the following proven reserves as of 2019: Gold ($1,200/oz.), 95.7 mill. oz.; copper, ($2.75/lb.) 6.8 mill. tons;…

The Federal Reserve Kicks The Can Down The Road

The US Stock market has been all over the place. Mr. Market becomes euphoric when any bad news is released, which isn't "that bad". Needless to say, the euphoria continues when there is any good news. With Federal Reserve's "whatever…

3 Ways To Hedge Your Exposure To The Stock Market

You might have heard that portfolio diversification is the key to protecting yourself from any market downturn. There are many ways to diversify your holdings, from investing in bonds to commodities to currencies to real estate. The list goes on.…

Are Commodities In Your Portfolio?

What are commodities? Commodities are basic goods, which are often used as inputs in the production of other goods and services. Overall, there are 4 kinds of commodities: Metals, Livestock & Meat, Energy, and Agriculture. Gold, silver, copper, hogs, live…

Billionaire Ray Dalio’s All Weather Portfolio

I first learned about the "All Weather Portfolio" when I was reading Tony Robbins' book - MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom. In this book, Robbins introduced everyone to Ray Dalio, the billionaire hedge fund manager,…

What moves the United States Dollar?

You might have heard the phrase "strong dollar" and "weak dollar" thrown around by media outlets. What does that actually mean? We discussed in a previous blog post the implication of "strong dollar" and "weak dollar" on economies; if you…