On average, the previous 17 corrections in “Utility Sector’s Post-War Swoons” ended after roughly 14 months and involved a decline of 23 percent, excluding dividends paid. What does that mean for today?
Skepticism toward central banks’ ability to stimulate the economy through extraordinary monetary policies has helped to inaugurate a new bull market for gold. We highlight one of our favorite mining stocks for aggressive investors.
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