May 25, 21019 'Metals Investment Forum' Final Day Debate - Adam Hamilton - Gold, the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq - Points to Ponder
May 26, 2019
May 25, 19 ‘Metals Investment Forum’ Final Day Debate
Friday and Saturday, I attended the ‘Metals Investment Forum’ at the Georgia Hotel here in Vancouver. The Forum is a two (2) day event with twenty-six (26) well-researched Companies participating.
The sole owner of the ‘Metals Investment Forum’ is Gwen Preston who has a great track record in pricking Companies which have returned tremendous ROI to those investors who invested in them on her recommendation.
Gwen Preston only allows Companies to present at the Forum that she and several Letter Writer of note have:
Researched and are actively follow those Companies moving forward; and
Invested their own money in.
Yesterday on the Final Day there was the ‘Letter Writer Debate’. At the end of the Debate, the Letter Writers gave the name of the Company they liked the best of the ones they represented and spoke about during the Forum.
In Gold, nothing changed and it was again Up and Down for the week.
We restate herewith that Gold will still go below $1,000.00 and then below $981.50. When it then goes above $981.50, which we expect to happen very quickly, then is will go to $5,000.00 or more.
Don’t wait until it goes down. Continue buying solid Senior and Mid-tier Goldcompanies and buy especially the Juniors with Management you trust and who will create great Return on Investment for you the Investor.
Dow Jones Industrials Index Cash
On Monday, May 21, 2019, Stocks fell as the impact of the White House’s decision to blacklist Huawei rippled through the markets. The Dow fell 84.10 points, while the S&P sank 19.30 points and the Nasdaq declined 113.91 points.
On Friday, May 19, 2019, it was reported that there was another escalation of the trade war between the USA and China when the U.S. put Huawei and twenty-six (26) of its affiliates on an export blacklist. This action stemmed from information available to the Department in the USA that provided a reasonable basis to conclude that Huawei was engaged in activities that were contrary to U.S. national security or foreign policy interest.
The U.S. has long considered Huawei a national security risk and has been suspicious that the Chinese tech company was committing espionage on behalf of the Chinese government. However, because Huawei conducts business with American tech companies, the Trump Administration’s move to cut off the world’s second largest smartphone maker is also sending shockwaves through the U.S. tech industry.
On Tuesday, March 21, 2019, Washington temporarily eased trade restrictions imposed on March 19, 2019, and on China’s Huawei and Stocks Markets gained, with chip makers and Stocks exposed to Asia among the best performers.
Equity Markets remain hostage to developments in the ongoing US-China trade battle but, we still believe some that kind of deal will eventually be reached - - - most likely at a Xi/Trump meeting at the G20 Summit in late June.
The Indices were Down most of the week but, they were up somewhat on Friday.
We did Day Trading for ourselves and our clients during the week trading on the Short side as well as the Long side of the Markets.
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