There’s no hiding it — Aussie investors HATE the resources sector right now. And who can blame them? Commodity prices plummeted 30% in 2014 alone. The metals and mining index is down 53% since 2011.
But although there could be more pain to come for the sector yet…there could be some surprising opportunities coming out of the rubble in 2015. These are the opportunities Money Morning resources expert, Jason Stevenson, has been researching. And he’s pinpointed four resources on the verge of bouncing back in 2015.
In this free Money Morning report, you’ll learn why now could be the perfect time to pounce on these four sectors.
Two of them are trading at historic lows right now. One is a vital commodity that hasn’t been this cheap in five years. In fact, the last time this commodity traded this low it led to a two year rally that saw it gain 124%.
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- The new force driving this imminent bull market: Aussie miners have spent the past ten years pouring money into exploring new resources. Now they’re ready to move from exploration to production. Which means the mining sector — and four resources in particular — is about to kick into a new gear.
- The most underrated and overlooked resource market on the ASX: Other investors wrongly believe there’s a supply glut of this commodity. They don’t think they can make money from it. But they’re forgetting that India is about to start importing 450 million tonnes of the stuff…and Aussie producers will struggle to keep up with demand.
- ‘Why gold will fall to US$931 per ounce in 2015’: Gold has moved higher since November 2014…but don’t be fooled. Discover why the precious metal will fall to $931 an ounce this year. How long should you wait before you buy? Sign up to Money Morning for free to find out.
Get Jason’s detailed predictions on these four Aussie resource sectors for 2015.
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