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  • A potential energy revolution: The shift from crude oil to natural gas
  • In most countries, there's a very high reliance on petrol and diesel. Oil is powering cars, vans, trucks, ships and trains. As this continues, there's another energy source that could become widespread in its use. And that natural gas. It's cheaper, cleaner and quieter than crude oil products. So what does it mean if there's a shift to natural gas? And is there a potential for you to profit from t... ››› more
  • [26 May 2014]
  • Where does the world's gold come from?
  • If you've bought gold jewellery or a Kruger rand or two, have you thought about where the gold came from? There are essentially two main suppliers of gold in the world. And with gold becoming a much sought after commodity, there are also companies out there now that will buy your gold from you in practically any form. These companies then sell this gold on. Let's take a closer look at the world's ... ››› more
  • [26 May 2014]
  • Soaring demand for platinum and palladium ETFs is helping reignite a PGMs bull market
  • Platinum-backed exchange traded funds (ETFs) are sucking up vast quantities of platinum group metals (PGMs). One of the main drivers behind this was the launch of Absa's NewPlat last year. It's been very successful. Add to that the addition of two palladium-backed ETFs and palladium holdings are also rising. The demand for PGM-backed ETFs is adding to the unprecedented demand for these metals. Dem... ››› more
  • [23 May 2014]
  • A convenient, safe and private way to own gold bullion
  • Investing in gold is a great way to provide your investments with a safety net. If the financial markets go awry, gold will help stabilise your portfolio. So what's the best way to invest in gold bullion? You can buy Kruger Rands and stash them away. Or you could put money into a gold-backed exchange traded fund (ETF). But what if there was a better way to invest in gold bullion. Read on to find o... ››› more
  • [23 May 2014]
  • Why demand for catalytic converters is putting pressure on PGMs
  • The most common use of platinum group metals (PGMs) is in catalytic converters. Manufacturers fit them in vehicles to help reduce harmful emissions from petrol and diesel engines. Since the introduction of catalytic converters, platinum is the primary metal used. But now more catalytic converters are using palladium. Whichever PGM you pick, both are seeing a supply squeeze. Let's take a closer loo... ››› more
  • [23 May 2014]
  • Platinum and palladium are about to experience a supply squeeze never seen before
  • Tomorrow marks four months since the start of the platinum sector strike. The world's three largest platinum producers have had their production crippled. Even though new talks are underway, there's no certainty when full production will resume. And this is having other knock-on effects that are sure to affect platinum, not to mention other linked metals like palladium. Palladium is under severe s... ››› more
  • [22 May 2014]
  • Why a bull market is just getting started for platinum
  • Platinum has had a rough year so far. The strike hitting the world's three largest platinum producers is nearly four months old. And through this the supply of platinum continue to be under severe pressure. There's a supply crunch on the horizon. But these aren't the only reasons why platinum is set to take off. Let's take a closer look at two reasons why this is only the beginning of a bull marke... ››› more
  • [22 May 2014]
  • How the gold price got to where it is now
  • From the Second World War until 1971, the price of gold was pegged at $35 an ounce in the US. President Nixon brought an end to the practise, breaking the link between the US dollar and gold. The value of gold was higher than $35 an ounce after rising US government spending. And higher inflation was putting pressures on the US financial system. Let's take a closer look at what happened when the pr... ››› more
  • [21 May 2014]
  • Want to buy gold coins? Here are your options…
  • Governments first introduced gold coins as a way for members of the public to easily invest in gold. Gold coins are a great way to invest in gold. They're very portable due to their small size. You can easily buy and sell them. And they're easy to store. So if you want to invest some of your cash in gold coins, what options do you have? Let's take a closer look… The amount of gold in gold ... ››› more
  • [20 May 2014]
  • How China's 'nuclear winter' is about to cause a boom in the iron ore price
  • Chinese scientists have warned that the country's toxic air pollution is now so bad that it resembles a 'nuclear winter', slowing photosynthesis in plants — and potentially wreaking havoc on the country's food supply. Chinese officials know they have a massive problem on their hands if they want to transition into a consumer driven economy. Nobody wants to raise a family in a place that'... ››› more
  • [16 May 2014]
  • Check these five points before you invest in a resources stock
  • If you want to invest in a resources stock there are a few things you should check out before you jump in. Investing in a resources stock is different to investing in a physical resources themselves. And because of this, they can perform differently. Let's take a closer look at what you should weigh up… Resources stocks can be risky Mining and resources stocks can be risky. They’re in... ››› more
  • [14 May 2014]
  • This resource has already trebled over the last ten years… and looks set for more
  • Have you noticed how we're becoming more and more reliant on items that run on rechargeable batteries? Think about it… Your laptop, your mobile phone, your tablet… The list is growing. Now electric cars appear to be increasing in popularity, fuelling further demand for rechargeable batteries. Modern batteries use a particular substance. Its price has shot higher over the past decade. Let's tak... ››› more
  • [13 May 2014]
  • Finally! It's time to buy resources again!
  • When you think about it, we've been through a crazy few years... The prices of stocks and bonds have soared, thanks to the Fed's long-term commitment to near-zero-percent interest rates. But surprisingly, investors have completely left commodities behind - so far. In fact, resource shares have a had a horrible time in the past couple of years. Between February 2012 and November 2013 the ... ››› more
  • [02 May 2014]
  • Resources uncovered: The ins and outs of commodities
  • When it comes to investing, you've probably heard the word ‘commodities' before. But do you know what commodities are? And where do commodities fit in in your investment portfolio? Read on to find out what you need to know about commodities… What are commodities? Commodities are ‘real’ assets. To put it another way, they are ‘real stuff’. The most common commodity you’ll be fa... ››› more
  • [01 May 2014]


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