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Brave New World: Where is gold headed? Fed balance sheet telling something

US energy stocks are weaker than they have been since the Great Depression relative to the broader S&P 500

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Last Updated: Mar 28, 2020, 04.44 PM IST
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Where's the price of gold headed? Just follow the Fed's balance sheet.
Ritesh Jain, a Dalal Street veteran, trend watcher and Global Macro Investor, captures global macro investment opportunities and economic, business and financial trends with charts and commentaries in this space.

'The amount of distressed debt in the US has quadrupled in less than a week to nearly $1 trillion, reaching levels not seen since 2008 as the collapse of oil prices and fallout from the coronavirus shutters entire industries across the globe.'
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US energy stocks are weaker than they have been since the Great Depression relative to the broader S&P 500
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We were in Disinflationary boom for long time. What next?
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If we are headed for inflationary boom look at Asia outperforming in next few years
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Where's the price of gold headed? Just follow the Fed's balance sheet.
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The most bullish price target on Tesla
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Latest trade data shows that global economy was not in such good shape going into coronavirus shock, HFE highlights. Global exports and global industrial output was crashing in Jan, the month before the wheels came off the bus.

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