Joshua Rodriguez

Joshua Rodriguez

Joshua Rodriguez is an avid financial professional. He is the owner and founder of CNA Finance, a partner at Modest Money, and a writer for US News & World Report, Investing.com, and more! Joshua takes a strong fundamental approach to market analysis and enjoys offering his take on what we can expect moving forward. You can reach Joshua at cnafinancehelp@gmail.com.

The value of gold has been rising since the beginning of the year. However, we're starting to see declines in the value of the commodity. So, what caused the gains in the beginning of the year? What's causing the declines at the moment? Is this the end for the gold boom
Gold has been struggling for quite some time now. However, things are starting to change, and in a big way. The value of the precious metal has been soaring, and is likely to continue doing so. So, what's causing the recent bullish activity in the precious metal? Well,
Move over, 1849: there just may be a new gold rush in town. Gold is at a one-year high after surging some 4% early Thursday, driving prices over $1,200 per troy ounce and showing that there are some sectors in this current economy that might surge—although that’s
Platinum, like most other precious metals, was sitting on top of the world in 2011. However, since then, the price of the commodity has been falling in a big way. However, recent  developments indicate that gains may be on the way. Today, we'll talk about the facto
Silver is one of my favorite commodities to follow, and at the moment, one of my favorite to invest in. In fact, earlier today, I ran down to the local precious metals shop an purchased several thousand dollars worth of the precious metal, and for good reason. Silve
Gold has been having a great time as of late. In fact the value of the precious metal hit a three month high recently. However today, the value of the precious metal is falling off of highs as the result of data released with regard to US jobs. Unfortunately, the jobs r
Gold is a very interesting commodity. With most commodities like oil, wheat, and others, when economic conditions prove to be poor. However, when it comes to gold, the story is quite a bit different. When economic conditions are poor, we tend to see gains in the value o
If you look at the gold market over the past few years, a grim picture starts to emerge. A precious metal that was once on the top of the world has been dealing with declines since late 2011. However, that's changing, and it's happening quickly. Recently, we've seen
Gold has been on a bearish trend for years! Unfortunately, since 2011, the value of the yellow metal has fallen dramatically. However, I've done a bit of research on the precious metal, and I have to say, what I found was incredibly interesting. The bottom line here
Gold, in my opinion, is the most interesting commodity on the market. That's because there are so many factors that play a role in the demand for the shiny yellow metal. Today, the Federal Reserve may be one of those factors. The Fed recently released details from W

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