Earning a decent return on a $4.5 million ad spot isn’t a sure thing.
Gold no longer seems so inversely correlated to the U.S. dollar.
Eventually, the oil markets will self-correct.
Here’s my strategy for playing the dollar and broader currency market.
The U.S. economy isn’t as strong as some investors believe.
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