Posted May 4, 2007
What I'm about to show you could be the most important chart of the past decade for precious metal investors and speculators... the value of the US Dollar.
Posted March 5, 2007
Last September I wrote and article with the same headline (Part I) shortly after the gold market had a big selloff. In that article, dated September 13, 2007, I told investors to not worry, that gold would be going much higher. On that date, the New York spot price was $590 an ounce.
Posted January 15, 2007
Indium: It's a metal that most folks have never heard of. But in today's high-tech economy, demand for this material is soaring in everything from thin-film solar panels to flat-screen TVs. The mounting demand for this rare, strategic metal presents us with a unique investment opportunity that could turn out to be the best investment most investors will miss.
Posted January 12, 2007
I like gold. But I love silver. That's simply because since silver cost a fraction of gold, it has the ability to tack much large percentage increases during a bull market. In fact, in certain instances where gold has doubled, silver not only tripled, but sometimes mushroomed 4 times its price!
Posted January 5, 2007
The brutal correction we experienced the second half of 2006 has now come to a close and the next phase of our bull market appears like it will open 2007 with a bang, taking metals prices much higher.
Posted December 18, 2006
There is nothing more bullish for gold, not even the rapidly accelerating woes of the U.S. dollar, than the destabilizing scenarios that would come with serious global geo-political chaos.
Posted December 11, 2006
As someone who is constantly evaluating junior mining stocks, I am finding that it is becoming increasingly important to be even more selective when buying shares.
Posted December 1, 2006
Gold World editor Greg McCoach examines the investment climate of uranium mining in Australia.
Posted November 27, 2006
While I have been talking about the problems with the dollar for many years now, alarming red flags regarding the dollar are suddenly showing up in the mainstream media. This is a major shift in reporting and a strong signal that changes in the dollar's value against all currencies, including gold are in the works.
Posted November 20, 2006
With demand for rhodium still high and producers unable to make with the goods, rhodium is poised to break its all-time high of $7,000 an ounce over the next few years.
Posted October 27, 2006
While the junior mining stock market is slow at the moment, I thought this would be a good time to review how to pick a quality junior mining stock. Many juniors at this point are greatly undervalued, while others don't deserve the valuations they have.
Posted October 23, 2006
Our mining stocks this past month have been mostly a "big yawn." The seasonal surge in the metals that we usually see going into the fall appears to be on hold.
Posted October 18, 2006
As we have been patiently waiting over the summer months and into early fall for the next up wave to take hold, a few juniors have performed well. Why is this, when most other juniors have suffered due to lack of trading volume or interest in the market?
Posted September 25, 2006
Today Americans enjoy unlimited benefits from new technologies in our wired world. But those wires send information in two directions, and the access to our personal data has never been more open for abuse.
Posted September 18, 2006
Zinc prices have slumped nearly 10% in just two weeks. And the 12-month rally has seemingly stalled as prices have remained relatively flat since April. But the fundamentals that have been driving the long-term zinc bull haven't changed one bit.