McEwan Mining Inc
What's so meaningful about under $5 anyway?
99% of the time, professional money managers will not even look at a stock priced under $5. Not even for a quick peek.
Their decision has nothing to do with the underlying company; it has everything to do with the regulatory risk assumed by the manager when speculating on low-priced securities.
Professionals are risking more than loss of money when they venture more »
Today is a day of extreme weakness in the monetary metals gold (GLD) and silver (SLV). Ostensibly, it is due to the draft plan by Cyprus to sell gold as part of its bailout.
This is an interesting explanation but I believe the main reason is simply that owning gold and silver is an overcrowded trade.
With central banks especially in Japan and USA monetizing their debt without any end more »
Sometimes an analyst issues a revised outlook or changes his/her rating, but does not inform investors of the reasons behind the call. These typically move stocks on the call alone; the price target and outlook. However, some analysts provide detailed reasons behind the call; these are the outlooks that should be noted and used as part of your fundamental research. Therefore, I am taking a look at such outlooks more »
Their politics may be screwed up, but their companies may not be. Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, discusses his firm’s controversial decision to launch ETFs for investors interested in accessing two of the globe’s most maligned markets. The mismatch between perception and reality may prove promising for risk-lovers.
Nick Slepko: Global X appears to have a soft spot for economic basket cases. In March 2011 more »