As we’ve noted over the past two months, this isn’t a market for selling stocks. Rather, it’s a market for buying stocks.
Precious metals, energy and commodities recently hit a rough patch. But will these low ‘pullback’ prices last forever? Let's start with crude oil…
The Federal Reserve and central banks have gone the money printing road and there is no going back, even after the symptoms of inflation emerge.
The gold-silver decline was nasty, taking down nominal precious metal prices, as well as the share price for many a mining firm..
The bear market has gold bugs reaching for the Dramamine. But we reached for the telephone instead and dialed legendary investment guru Jim Rogers.
Some big cracks are finally starting to appear in the Australian dollar. All of a sudden I can make a case for seeing the Aussie dollar moving 10c or more to the downside in a worst case scenario. Yikes.
This will be something to tell the grandkids. The move in gold was successfully delivered as the ultimate conviction-tester for gold investors.
Silver bullion is selling on the free market for close to double the spot price that commodity exchange Comex would like you to believe silver is worth.
The age of the giant corporation as a great investment is over. The cottage industrial revolution has arrived.
Investors should be picky about the information they consume. A key psychological threat every investor should be aware of is confirmation bias.