Commodities

A Commodities Market Rebound Investors Don't Want to Miss

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Uranium has been one of the worst performing commodities markets for years. Since 2011's Fukushima reactor leak, the price of uranium fell by more than half.

But we're now at a pivotal point in this sector. Demand is about to jump, uranium supply outlook is getting tighter, and Japan's nuclear needs are coming back.

Within the next two years, this commodities market is forecast to face a deficit scenario that will drive prices higher once again...

Deflation in 2015? These Four Charts Say Yes

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Deflation in 2015 seems to be upon us. And while falling prices might seem like a good thing, deflation can wreak havoc on the economy.

In a deflationary period, prices will drop, corporate profits will dry up, wages will shrink, and all of this will reinforce the conditions of recessions.

These four charts show that the U.S. has a real deflation problem now...

The Best Oil ETFs to Buy Before Crude Rebounds in 2015

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Best oil ETFs to buy now: Crude oil prices have dropped to their lowest prices since 2009, falling below $50 a barrel this month, after reaching $115 a barrel in June.

But Money Morning's Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors says oil prices are near a bottom, and will rebound in 2015.

"As the most fluid commodity in the world, crude oil has the ability to quickly self-correct, which is why longtime oil veterans aren't worried about falling prices,” Moors said. "In fact, the vast majority of them (including myself) actually expect oil prices to climb next year."

These oil ETFs are trading at a huge discount now, but won’t for long…

Uranium Prices Will Head Higher Due to This Supply Crunch

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With nuclear power bouncing back worldwide, and the number of global uranium mines declining, the signs are building that uranium prices are poised to head higher.

After stabilizing under $30 per pound, prices have begun to rebound, posting their largest gain in more than 30 months. Since Aug. 4, the cost of uranium has climbed by 13.91%.

But that could be just the beginning of the move...

Four Compelling Reasons to Buy Gold Stocks Right Now

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Gold prices have rallied 8% so far in 2014. It follows that investors in gold stocks - which are closely linked with gold itself - stand to profit. But the first half of 2014's gains aside, pressures shaping the yellow metal right now demand an allocation of gold stocks in a healthy investment portfolio.

In fact, Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald said in May that the case for owning gold has never been stronger.

"Many investors are asking themselves if now is the time to buy gold. I think that's the wrong question," Fitz-Gerald said. "What they should be asking themselves is if they can afford not to buy gold."

Here’s why…

What's Behind Gold Prices' Biggest Daily Drop of 2014

Gold Prices' Biggest Daily Drop of 2014

Gold prices today (Monday) fell sharply by 2.3% for the biggest one-day drop of 2014.

U.S. gold futures for August delivery were down $30.70 at $1,306.70 an ounce - their biggest one-day drop since December. Spot gold fell $33.50 at $1,305.50 an ounce. The sell-off happened quickly following the Comex futures market open in early U.S. trading according to Kitco, suggesting a big sell order hit the futures market at that time.

Read the article to view our new gold price chart that reflects the sell-off, and watch our Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald breakdown what was behind today's drop...

Our New Best Stocks to Buy List Focuses on Commodities, Small Caps, Dividends

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While commodities have been dominating our best stocks to buy lists lately, that's not the only asset hitting our radar...

Our new best stocks list includes a blue chip giant that's beating the broader market by roughly 50%, five small-cap stocks on the rise, and one generic drug-maker to buy now.

Get these, plus a full-year outlook on dividend stocks, in this roundup...

What's Moving the Gold Price per Ounce to a Fourth Straight Weekly Gain Today

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Gold price per ounce was on track for a fourth straight weekly gain today (Friday) - our up-to-date gold price chart reflects that the yellow metal is floating around its highest price since mid-April, achieved earlier this week...

Today, gold for August delivery was up $0.50 at $1,317.50 per ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Spot gold price per ounce was nearly flat, down $0.10 at $1,317.25. The London a.m. gold fix is up at $1,315.25 compared to the previous p.m. fixing of $1,311.75.

Here’s the top market news affecting gold prices right now…

Profit from the Huge Price Surge… That You've Created

It's been five months since we last checked in on palladium, the precious metal so critical to the consumer electronics we use hundreds of times a day.
At the time I said I was bullish for a number of market reasons.
As it turns out, there were even more...
Now it's time for another close look, since the bullish forces are only picking up speed.
What's more, some new ones have materialized, pointing to a massively profitable palladium spike...Full Story

Profit from the End of This Secret "Fix"

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For nearly 100 years the London gold price fix has been widely used as an industry benchmark.

Its goal was to determine a price for gold that bullion dealers, jewelers, miners, and central banks could use to value their metal.

But it's a process that may have allowed for manipulation, something a recent Financial Times article highlighted thanks to new research.

here's what is going on...

An Aging Bull Is Igniting This Sector Rally

Markets clearly move in cycles, and commodities are no exception.
In fact, resources as an asset class are prone to the most extreme examples...
The good news is that recognizing and embracing these boom/bust cycles can make for huge profits.
And right now, a boom is clearly taking shape...
A number of commodities subsectors have already erupted on a dramatic surge upward...
And some equally dramatic indicators point to them heading much higher still... Full Story

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