U.S. equities wilted on Monday as a rally at the open gave way to a slow, tortured decline into the red that the bulls — tired after months in a relentless uptrend — were powerless to stop. This dynamic was best seen in the way General Electric (NYSE:GE) succumbed to selling pressure today, down 6.3% undoing the ridiculousness from Friday: after initially falling 8% post-earnings before....More>>>
Stocks spent most of Friday’s session in the red before breaking higher at the end of the trading day. By the close, theDow Jones Industrial Average(DJINDICES:^DJI) and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) indexes had each gained less than 0.25%.
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Goldcorp (NYSE:GG) looks like a good bet going forward as the company has been able to successfully lower costs of late, which will allow it to take advantage of the improving demand-supply dynamics in the gold market. In this article, we will take a look at the reasons why Goldcorp is capable of delivering more upside going forward, and how much upside should investors exactly expect.