My preference for the Scenario of a decline in the Markets, mentioned in the previous post, was confirmed today, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index resuming a selloff started earlier this week, as signs of financial stress in Portugal fueled demand for haven assets.
I maintain my preference for the continuation of this decline.
The latest measures taken by the Administration of Banco Espirito Santo and the potential measures to stimulate the Euro economy, led the major stock indexes to rise while gold falls today with one of the largest declines in 2014.
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