Gold Has Shined Bright Amid Global Volatility

Gold Has Shined Bright Amid Global Volatility

Gold has continued to catch a bid, nearing seven-and-a-half-year highs, on a host of head-spinning economic news stemming from the global coronavirus pandemic. A staggering 26.4 million people, or about 15 percent of the U.S. workforce, have lost their jobs since mid-March. The price of oil went negative for the first time ever – falling … Continued

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March 2020 Market Recap

The continued spread of COVID-19 globally has sent investors away from equities and into perceived safe haven assets such as gold. Airlines have been forced to cut almost all flights and share prices are down significantly so far in 2020. However, governments around the world are stepping in to help carriers during this difficult time … Continued

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Investing in Airlines Amid COVID-19

The airline sector may be experiencing some turbulence now with COVID-19, but the industry has flown through storms before. As one of the most exposed industries to global travel disruptions, airlines have seen a deeper selloff than the market and now look like an attractive bargain. After all, airlines stocks managed recoveries after the 9/11 … Continued

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Airline Investors: We’ve Been Here Before

Alan Joyce, CEO of Australia’s flagship carrier Qantas Airways, has never seen anything like it. The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been “the single biggest shock that global aviation has ever experienced,” he said in a recent memo to the airline’s 30,000 staff members.  Joyce’s message rings loud and clear. Due to global … Continued

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February 2020 Market Recap

Gold had a wild month in February – skyrocketing toward $1,700 an ounce on fears of the coronavirus spreading, then falling below $1,600 an ounce after global equities took a big hit at the end of the month.  Meanwhile, the airline industry fell even more under pressure, led by the halt of air traffic in … Continued

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The Coronavirus Shouldn’t Scare Airline Investors Away

The Coronavirus Shouldn’t Scare Airline Investors Away

As the coronavirus continues to spread globally and airlines cancel most flights in and out of China, investors are probably wondering – should airlines be avoided for the near future? Not necessarily. We view it as a buying opportunity. The economic repercussions of this global health emergency will no doubt have a big impact on … Continued

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