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Classic Signs of a Bottom in Commodities Seen

Eleven commodities have fallen 20% or more. And seven commodities – oil, gasoline, coffee, oats, natural gas, lumber, and sugar – have fallen at least 30% in the last year. We’re not saying all commodity prices have bottomed. Some commodity prices could continue to go lower. But we do think it’s likely commodities as a group are close to a bottom.

Soros, Icahn And Major New Players Rushing Into Gold

Keith Neumeyer, the CEO of one of the world’s lowest-cost primary silver producers, says that the negative headlines surrounding history’s most trusted monetary instruments will soon give way and the smart money, including the likes of George Soros and Carl Icahn, is taking massive positions ahead of the breakout.

Why ‘New Approach’ to Gold Miners ETF Could Benefit Investors

Traditional gold miners indexes select their holdings in a very simple way: stocks are ‘market-cap weighted. In the mining sector, having the majority of your exposure allocated to the biggest mining companies can be dangerous. Bigger is not always better. Taking a more thoughtful approach to creating an index makes a great deal of sense.

Should I Invest In Gold Or Silver, Coins v/s. Rounds?

Silver is just as good of a store of Economic Energy as is gold… it’s just a smaller amount. However, the rush into the precious metals will push the Economic Energy ratio up much higher in silver than gold. What we must remember is that investing in gold and silver is a test of patience.

The Battle for Osisko Mining: A Good Sign for the Gold Mining Sector?

When the mining sector is growing, companies become more aggressive, expand their production by acquiring new mines and deposits, signaling the start of a rebound from a bear market. We are seeing signs that majors are on the search for mergers and acquisitions once again.

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