The shorter-term chart for gold shows the breakout to fresh seven-year highs. It can also be seen that $1,660 provided good support for gold through all of April and May, writes David Jones.
Recent volatility has drawn more new investors to the market. Michael Taylor explains why, and reviews some stocks to watch.
With the pound at multi-decade lows against the dollar, David Jones considers whether now is the time to prepare for a recovery in this much-maligned currency.
David Jones looks at how far the current stock market rally might go – and how to profit if this is just a very exaggerated ’dead-cat bounce’.
Michael Taylor uncovers some of the trading opportunities being thrown up by the ongoing market volatility.
After a period of persistent underperformance, veteran trader David Jones thinks the euro’s fortunes might finally be changing.
Charts guru David Jones investigates which tools in the chartist’s toolbox are best – price action or indicators?
Gold started 2020 with a surge, hitting its best levels in almost seven years. Is this just a flash in the pan – or a sign that this may be another stellar year for the precious metal?
Veteran trader David Jones speculates that the pound’s long decline could be over, despite the apparent impasse over Brexit.
The inversion of the yield curve – a reliable predictor of imminent recession – has put the financial world in a flap. Is this a cause for concern? David Jones takes a closer look.