Is this the ultimate precious metals bottom indicator?
(Kitco commentary) - Central banks around the world just made a monumental statement, purchasing a record amount of gold this past quarter.
The Perfect Storm for Uranium
(Kitco commentary) - I dont know anyone else other than myself in the financial world that has written two bestselling books and both books include a chapter about uranium. As one of the few professional investors and the largest independent financier who has invested in uranium for over 20 years I can say uranium is creeping closer to its final inflection point.
How far can mining stocks fall?
(Kitco commentary) - Mining stocks are highly cyclical in nature, which is what attracts investors to the space.
Dark market secrets
(Kitco commentary) - You can run any number of analytical tools, add trendlines or your favorite indicators and try to confirm data.
Before you buy any oil stocks, read this
(Kitco commentary) - Hydrocarbons have been a pillar of economic growth for the last century.
Are gold stocks too cheap vs the gold price?
(Kitco commentary) - Political turmoil in Europe pushed the risk off button and sent havens like US Dollars and gold higher.
Meet the "portfolio manager of the billionaires"
(Kitco commentary) - But today, I'm going to be introducing a very special individual that is one of the most accomplished investors in the precious metal sector.
"From bar to barley": net zero cleared for liftoff
(Kitco commentary) - You wouldn't know it because of the recent price corrections of the EU ETS and Voluntary Markets (NGEO and GEO), caused by the Ukraine and Russia crisis.
With all eyes on Russia, don't forget the United States' most powerful weapon - SWAP lines
(Kitco commentary) - SWAP Lines are a cunning strategy. And the current global shift in geopolitics will lead to the first major implementation of SWAP Lines due to war, as opposed to a global financial crisis.
Melt up: gold, commodities and a crude awakening
(Kitco commentary) - Commodity and stock futures have maximum allowable limits for price appreciation or deprecation. It is an attempt to avoid catastrophic blowups to investors who are on the wrong side of the trade.
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