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.

Lately, I've been watching silver incredibly closely. So naturally, I read several expert opinions on the precious metal each and every day. Today, I came across a very interesting one. The opinion comes from Keith Neumeyer, the founder, president and CEO of First M
Precious metals are very interesting commodities. While they are often used in jewelry, artwork, and far more, they are also considered to be a safe-haven investment. Therefore, when market conditions are negative, investors tend to flock toward precious metals as a
Gold had an incredibly strong start to 2016. As global stocks started to tumble and economic and currency concerns became apparent, the value of the precious metal skyrocketed. However, things seem to be changing. At the moment, and for the past several trading sess
Gold is one of the most heavily discussed commodities at the moment. If you've been watching the precious metal, chances are that you've seen $1,000 an ounce at least once or twice. Several analysts around the world believe that the price of the precious metal will fall
Precious metals have been riding a roller coaster pretty much all year. However, at the end of the day, the trend has still been an upward one. Since mid-last week, we've seen heavy declines on silver, gold, platinum, and more! The declines are the result of expectation
Gold has had an incredibly interesting year, to say the least. In the beginning of the year, the value of the precious metal skyrocketed, as concerns with regard to China's economic and market conditions took hold. However, recently, we've been seeing declines on th
Gold has been my favorite commodity to watch this year, and for good reason. The value of the yellow metal has skyrocketed for most of the year, leading to quite the discussion. However, earlier this week, inflation data with regard to the United States was released, co
Demand for gold continues to rise in a big way, especially from billionaires. In fact, billionaire George Soros made the decision to cut his investments in US stocks by 37% in the first quarter, then turned around and purchased shares in the world's biggest gold bullion
Although the Federal Reserve seemed to have backed off of its lofty goals for rate hikes this year, new rumors are swirling that the bank may be poised to raise interest rates again in the summer. Although some are less than optimistic that this will occur (Peter Schiff
Gold has been my favorite commodity to watch throughout the year 2016, and for good reason. The price of the precious metal left the gate with momentum and has blasted into high price levels throughout the year. However, recently, a report showed that gold demand from j

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