In 2001 gold,
silver, zinc and copper were cheap. In real terms cheaper then
they had ever been. From a contrarian perspective,
I was sure investments in that sector would perform.
In terms of risk/reward silver
metal is a no brainer. Fuller Money and major Hedge funds are interested in
Silver for its "no downside" potential. While base metals have outperformed the
precious metals, as the US economy weakens and the dollar falls, the precious
metals will catch up and overtake other metals.
Uranium is the only clear bull market that can
withstand a general economic slowdown.
rise in all metal prices is telling you something, are you listening?
Take an interest in the
current commodity cycle...and the implications for investors in the US and
Australia. Its clear that global growth is pushing up against
available resources. In light of the poorer grades, higher costs and
rising demand, this be more or less peak everything at prices anything
The site is a "bad hack"
I know, but I'm working on making it more effective..
If your can grasp the scope of the economic
consequences of peak oil, climate change and the emerging competition for
natural resources, uranium in particular, you're focused on the future: Events are moving a lot
faster than you realise and it would be wise for you to invest a portion of your
assets in Gold, Silver and Uranium and the shares of those mining companies that
operate in politically stable areas.
Here is the
context of the site is the current commodity super cycle, the fate of the world
economy and the future of the planet. It's also clear to this writer that global warming is
real, but its terrible power is just now
emerging due to "global
Check out my take on
the precious metals markets, the big picture, food for thought and reasons why all this stuff matters.
What I've been reading today.
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BTW excuse the mess, this is a
work in progress.