Lior Gantz

Articles by Lior Gantz

Last week, the VIX, which is the fear gauge for the broad market, hit an all-time low of 8.84. For the majority of 2017, investors have been completely indifferent to external threats to their portfolios and have kept on buying U.S....
I have so much respect for Warren Buffett. In fact, it's well beyond respect—it is a complete admiration for his dedication to sticking with his philosophy and making ridiculous amounts of money for his shareholders.
I hate false breakouts. They disgust me, and the entire community despises them! That's why for the entire duration of the past week, we've been checking and confirming this rally from every angle, and I can tell you that the mother of all...
Wealth Research Group published an important update on the precious metals sector, which is trading in an unusual pattern, and how the bottom for junior mining shares is likely to play itself out in six to eight months.
Wall Street's largest firm, Goldman Sachs, is throwing in the towel on commodities, which reminds one of 1998, when Merrill Lynch closed its commodities desk very close to the end of a cyclical bottom.
The fact remains that the natural resource sector is the most volatile sector we can invest in. In your brokerage account, if you see reds and not greens, as you did between January 2016 and August, then make sure you read today's piece...
The research for this moment started well before last week. It goes back to May 3, when I obtained the estimated number of shares to be liquidated by the GDXJ ETF (VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF) on a per-company basis by June 16. ...
PIMCO (Pacific Investment Management Company) is the largest American-based, private investment company focused on bonds. As of its last filing, it had over $1.51 trillion in assets under management—that is significant, and the man who...
Industrial metals silver and zinc are leading a commodities charge, while broad indices take a nose dive. The market cap of the NASDAQ has reached a new all-time high of $8.705 trillion recently, which is equal to 45.8% of U.S. GDP. The...
My gut and the research I've put together suggests that we are about to undergo a frenzy sell-off, something that will cause some gold investors (who have too much of their net worth weighting in gold-related stocks) to feel like puking,...

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The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”