Its Time To Rotate Out Of The S&P 500 And Into Precious Metals
Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 08:33PM
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Preamble

Rotation in the stock market isn’t new investors have been switching from sector to another since the markets were formed. The S&P500 has been in the ascendancy for approximately ten years and is due for a correction. The question for those involved is where to go next and there are many opportunities available to them. To name just a few there is land, property, art, antiques, autos, jewelry, gold and silver, etc. Some of these alternative investments are already considered to be in a bubble apart from gold and silver which is a sector that has taken a beaten over the last few years.

This article will try to compare the two in terms of their pros and cons.

The S&P 500

The S&P500 has done really well, corrected and bounced back to achieve an all time high. It also has momentum behind it which could carry it to higher ground. The central banks have turned away from tighter monetary policy in favour of a more accommodative stance.

Mario Draghi head of the European Central Bank has indicated that.....

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rate hikes will be the key event tomorrow as the Fed concludes two days of meetings so gold could oscillate widely, hold on tight 

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