Posted on March 17, 2013
Metals investors with a longer term outlook stand to win big.
Posted on March 11, 2011
The aftershocks of the Japanese earthquake are still being felt around the world. People everywhere are reeling from the triple whammy of a massive earthquake, a terrifying tsunami and now the prospects of a nuclear accident.
The human misery is unimaginable, with thousands or even tens of thousands killed and hundreds of thousands of people left homeless. On top of the devastation already unleashed on Japan, the drama continues at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Posted on January 4, 2011
With gold well into record territory, investor enthusiasm is boiling over. There is a wide range of opinions on the outlook for metals, reflecting the uncertainty in nearly all of the variables that impact metal prices.
Posted on July 5, 2010
Investors are fearful of the spread of sovereign debt problems. That fear has become contagious. www.resourceopportunities.com Markets around the world have been hit by a wave of selling as nervous investors head for safety. The over-riding concern is the "contagion" …
Posted on May 20, 2010
Source: Karen Roche of The Gold Report 5/19/10 http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/6324 One of the first things mainstream journalists in Western media learn is how to tease angles out of stories that play on fear, scandal and disaster. Good news is no news. …
Posted on March 15, 2010
www.resourceopportunities.com Markets continue to oscillate in reaction to news headlines, with little attention to the big picture or to the longer term implications. The early headlines about the financial situation in Greece led some to expect a complete collapse, which …
Posted on February 4, 2010
Economic news in North America and Europe continues to focus on the fragile state of the recovery. The focus of discussion is whether the recovery is sustainable. Undoubtedly, there are serious problems remaining to be resolved, including high unemployment, massive …
Posted on December 9, 2009
The announcement that the Indian central bank purchased 200 tonnes of gold (6.43 million ounces) from the International Monetary Fund ignited a rally in bullion. With the price now firmly above $1,100 for the first time, opinion is divided as …
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