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  • Could 2015 be the year that resources snap out of their bear trend and start to climb?
  • It's easy to understand why many investors follow the herd when it comes to investing. They only feel comfortable buying when prices are high. But that goes against the grain of a contrarian investor. When prices are rock bottom, that's when a contrarian investor thinks about buying. Not after the price has already gone up. One sector that's fallen hard over the past few years is resource... ››› more
  • [23 December 2014]
  • With the oil price continuing to languish, is it time to buy oil stocks?
  • Over the past six months, the oil price has nearly halved. One of the casualties of this plunge is oil producers and other related oil stocks. So is it time to buy oil stocks? Read on to find out… A crisis in the oil sector creates investment opportunities When a commodity takes a pounding, it can present great investment opportunities for the savvy investor. Since June, the oi... ››› more
  • [22 December 2014]
  • Three factors that could send the price of gold higher in 2015
  • No-one can predict what's going to happen on the financial markets. And this couldn't be truer for gold. For much of the time, there doesn't appear to be any logic or reason behind its price movements. In fact, at times it seems the gold price reacts in the opposite way of what investors expect. So what lies in store for the yellow metal in 2015? Is it finally going to make a recovery? ... ››› more
  • [18 December 2014]
  • As oil plunges to under $62 a barrel, OPEC reiterates it has no plans to cut production
  • Friday saw another 3% drop in the price of Brent crude oil. This takes the price down to a five-year low. Yesterday, the secretary general of OPEC (the Organisation of Oil Exporting Countries) said they have no plans to cut production to support the oil price. Let's take a closer look at what's going on… Friday saw 3% wiped off the oil price The oil price “fell 3% to plumb new f... ››› more
  • [15 December 2014]
  • What a lower oil price means for the world's economy and oil stocks
  • The oil price continues to ebb lower. So what impact does a lower oil price have on the global economy? And what does it means for oil stocks? And when could it be time to buy oil stocks? Let's take a closer look… A lower oil price is good news for the global economy If the oil price continues to stay at current levels, it’s good news for the world’s economy. You can view i... ››› more
  • [12 December 2014]
  • Why the oil price could remain at current low levels and what it means for you
  • Since June, the oil price has fallen by an unprecedented 40%. This huge drop in price is beyond what many analysts expected. The oil price is now trading around $65 a barrel. So will the oil price pick up or is it here to stay? And what does this mean for you? Let's take a closer look… The oil price has trended downwards since June Understandably, the lower oil price has made a lo... ››› more
  • [11 December 2014]
  • [Infographic] How to buy gold
  • Gold has long been investors favourite asset and there's good reason for this too. After all, investing in gold protects your portfolio from a variety of dangers. But how do you go about investing in gold and what should you consider before you buy it? Below, we're sharing an infographic that shows you just that... If you'd like to share this image on your site, please ... ››› more
  • [08 December 2014]
  • This once in 40-year event could pop a $1.5 trillion debt bubble soon…
  • Since the mid-1970s, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has controlled the price of oil... Cutting production when it got too low and opening up the floodgates when the price got too high. That's what the world expects OPEC to do. That's what OPEC has always done. But for once OPEC is defying all logic… OPEC's seemingly illogical move will send the oil price... ››› more
  • [28 November 2014]
  • Oil plunges to $72 a barrel as OPEC decides to keep producing at current levels
  • Yesterday, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) met in Vienna. On the agenda was how to respond to an ebbing oil price. If the organisation decided to cut production, it could help deal with the current oversupply, which is contributing towards a low oil price. But OPEC decided against a cut in production. The oil price fell hard on the news. Let's take a closer look ... ››› more
  • [28 November 2014]
  • It's time to jump aboard the investment opportunities that come with a falling oil price
  • Since June, the oil price has slid nearly 30%. This fall means cheaper fuel for motorists, leaving more money in their pockets. Not only that, a lower oil price not only benefits consumers, it also benefits businesses, large and small. The price of oil has a powerful effect on the global economy. And the sharp fall means there are some opportunities for investors. So what's going on with ... ››› more
  • [27 November 2014]
  • Swiss people head to the polls this Sunday, here's why their vote could impact gold
  • Switzerland has a direct democracy. What this means is that any citizen can table a motion as long as they can drum up support of at least 100,000 people. This Sunday will see citizens in Switzerland voting on the ‘Save our Swiss gold' initiative. This motion pushes for the country to re-establish gold in its reserves. So what is the motion all about? And what could it mean for gold? Le... ››› more
  • [27 November 2014]
  • Where is the price of oil going?
  • The oil price has plunged from around $115 a barrel in June to around $80 a barrel today. OPEC, which represents many of the biggest oil producing nations hasn't responded to the lower price by cutting production. So where does this leave the oil price? And where is it heading? Let's take a closer look… The future of the oil price No-one knows with any certainly where the oil ... ››› more
  • [25 November 2014]


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