- Gold bulls have their day in the sun as the dollar's run takes a breather. Gold sees its best run since January
- The bond market is still queasy from the recent selloff, but analysts are at least forecasting that the worst is over. 'There is no question that rates are going to be higher'
- No longer sugar-coating it, economists are saying the U.S. economy is going from slow to slower. Inflation will be far below the Fed's target of 2%
- Selling in May and going away only works in theory. Just because it makes you feel comfortable doesn't make it a smart investing strategy
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