J Clinton Hill
Contributor since: 2008
Company: Hillbent.com
Latest Articles
3 Key Insights From Delta's Conference Call To Help Investors Navigate The Market
What The Impact Of A Weaker Yen Means To The Markets
Bonds Or Gold: Which Side Of The Fence?
Gold Still The More Compelling Story Despite Rally In Equities
Hate To Burst Speculator's Bubble, But The Yen Will Eventually See Trouble
Gold Headed For $1500 And This Time It Really Is Different
Quarterly ETF Capital Markets Review: 2Q-2016
Brexit Testing Support At 25-Year Head And Shoulders Neckline For British Pound
Weighing The Outlook For The U.S. Dollar Vs. The Euro And Yen
Bears Should Be Wary Of The R2K Canary
Why It's Okay To Binge On Sugar This Time And Not Get Sick
Writing On The Wall: Yen Vs. Dollar About To Fall
Why Investors Should Care About The Differences Between North And South American ETFs
A Winning Pair: Bullish On The Euro And Short The Yen
Death Cross Indicator For S&P 500 Not As Reliable As Most Perceive
4 Practical Reasons To Consider Reallocating Some Assets To Gold
About The Latin America 40 ETF
Don't Be Fooled: 5 Good Reasons To Remain Bearish On The Japanese Yen
View From The Hill: U.S. Dollar Is The 'Wabbit' With The Gun This Time
The New Reality: Survivor For Oil Producers
ETF Market Trends Summary: Will M2 Be The Inflation Tsunami That Washes Out Wall Street?
ETF Market Trends Summary: To Be Or Not To Be Bullish Or Bearish
Supply And Demand Stories For Oil Still Different And The Same
Quarterly Performance Summary: Fear Is Stronger Because It Lasts Longer
ETF Market Trends: Not Everything That Glitters in a Portfolio Is Gold
The Euro Action Which Does Not Kill Germany Will Only Make It Stronger
ETF Market Trends: Earnings Take Center Stage as Employment Waits in the Wings
ETF Market Trends: A Suspicious Rally, But We'll Take It
20 'Babies with Bathwater' Stocks for the Week
ETF Market Trends: Genuine Dollar Rally Could Be Real Game Changer
ETF Market Trends: Uncle Ben’s 'Rates on Hold' Still a Top Hit with Wall Street
ETF Market Trends: Deceleration in Intermediate Trend for Stocks