Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Update Daily Investment News 06-04

JP Morgan bullish on China commodity demand, warns on social tension

Could 2011 Be Worse Than 2008? Don't Rule It Out

'Secular Bear' Market Has Years Left to Go: Advisor

Analysts Backing Gold All the Way to $1,500

Coal's Rally Set to Reignite as Energy Plans Change

Gold Could Gain 30% by Year-End: Fund Manager

Stocks Will Keep Climbing Wall of Fear: Fund Manager

China Rate Hike and Lots of Chip Deals

4 Reasons to Short Oil: Economist

Dennis Gartman: Oil Not Likely to Snuff Out Rally

Copper's Slide Is Short-Term Correction: Analyst

Gold Loses Momentum: Charts

Top Energy Trader: Crude’s Next $5-$10 Move Is Lower

Trading Dwindles as U.S. Stocks Revive Rally: Chart of the Day

FTSE Faces Bearish Wedge, Credit Suisse Says: Technical Analysis

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