You'll get a good return from the stock market -- in nominal terms -- in coming years but in real terms, it's unsustainable and unrealistic. Oil, gold, and agriculture are going to be the biggest winners when the dollar starts its slide. Words: 825Read More »
Might Silver's Current Chart Similarity with 2008 Be Implying What's About to Happen to Rest of Market?
A look at the chart for SLV from September 2007 to August 2008 (11 months) and from November 2010 to October 2011 (11 months) is remarkably similar - almost identical in fact. Therefore, if silver continues to trace out a similar path to what transpired in 2008, what are the possible implications for stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities, and precious metals? Take a look at the following 19 charts for some possible outcomes. Words: 731Read More »
In this hostile financial climate, long-term investors must now give more thought than ever to capital preservation and sustainable growth... and Canada's fortunes will surprise many. Its uniquely bifurcated economy can serve as a bridge from the developed to the developing world - at least for investors wise enough to cross it. Words: 776Read More »
There is probably going to be more speculative money flowing into commodity markets again in 2010 but considering the supply/demand situation, we think soft commodities could easily go up 30%+ in 2010 and still not look overly expensive. Words: 436Read More »