Lawrence Roulston's, "Resource Opportunities" is one of Gold Editors most respected market timing journals. In his most recent report he states:
“A more productive approach than simply holding bullion is to own companies that control a lot of gold, or silver, or platinum. That approach is most effective if the company has a deposit with realistic economic potential and if the management team is adding... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Frank Holmes] - Commodity returns vary wildly, as experienced resource investors can attest and our popular periodic table illustrates.
This inherent volatility can spell opportunity for the nimble investor who can look past the mainstream headlines to identify hot spots. Our global resources expert, Brian Hicks, CFA, identified four we believe are revved up for a resources boom.
1. Plenty... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The Gold Report] - Brien Lundin Can you hear it? Brien Lundin can. It's the sound of the junior resource market mounting a comeback. Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter, president and CEO of Jefferson Financial and the man behind the New Orleans Investment Conference, traces the rebound to Western speculators coming to the market at the same time that Asian buyers are maintaining a strong level... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[CBC News] - Canada's main stock market climbed to levels it hasn't touched in nearly six years on Wednesday, pushed higher by a major deal between two Canadian gold companies.
By the afternoon, Toronto's S&P/TSX composite index lifted 30.17 points to 14,410.72, which is around the height it reached in early May 2008. But it's still short of the all-time TSX high of 15,073 set in June 2008.
The... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[National Investor] - Last issue, I asked rhetorically which market(s) are "lying." How was it that stocks (here in the U.S. of A., anyhow) have been making new highs even as the bond market seemed to be signaling danger, with yields creeping lower? With what seemed to be very disparate fundamentals arguing for the opposite, how is it that the euro was about to break out higher versus the U.S.... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Louis James] - When I started working for Doug Casey almost 10 years ago, I probably knew as much about investing as the average Joe, but I now know that I knew absolutely nothing then about successful speculation.
Learning from the international speculator himself—and from his business partner, David Galland, to give credit where due—was like taking the proverbial drink from a fire hose.... [Read more...]