Tag: commodity prices

Gold Stocks May Have Room To Run With Spot Prices At 5-Year Highs

| July 16, 2019 | 0 Comments
Gold Stocks May Have Room To Run With Spot Prices At 5-Year Highs

Gold prices have reached their highest level in five years, triggering a newfound excitement in the yellow metal, so what does that mean for gold stocks? One firm suggests gold stocks may not yet be pricing in the higher spot price for gold, so more upside could be just around the corner. Gold stock multiples may expand […]

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Buy These 3 High-Yield Trusts For Profits From The Coming Oil Price Spike

| July 2, 2019 | 0 Comments
Buy These 3 High-Yield Trusts For Profits From The Coming Oil Price Spike

Crude oil has been on a roller coaster over the last two months. The WTI benchmark price peaked at more than $65 per barrel in late April. The peak was followed by a steep decline to just above $50 per barrel. Many pundits used the price drop to predict a global economic slowdown. They were […]

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5 Gold And Silver Stocks Touching Intraday Highs

5 Gold And Silver Stocks Touching Intraday Highs

These gold and silver shares turned higher today as broader market sentiment shifts U.S. stocks have rocketed higher this week thanks to a sudden dovish tilt from Federal Reserve policy officials as the futures market screams for multiple rate cuts this year. Suddenly, the U.S. economy is looking uneven as a fiscal drag (President Donald […]

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Is Buffett Wrong About Gold?

| March 26, 2019 | 0 Comments
Is Buffett Wrong About Gold?

If you asked 100 random people today who in their opinion is the most known investor, probably 70 would mention Warren Buffet, the icon of investing in stocks. The legend that has been built around the “Oracle of Omaha” over the last 40 years is indeed impressive. While I very often agree with his views regarding, […]

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Occidental Petroleum Could Return 10% Per Year From Today’s Starting Point

| October 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
Occidental Petroleum Could Return 10% Per Year From Today’s Starting Point

Peter Lynch is one of the best professional portfolio managers of all time. During his tenure as portfolio manager of the Fidelity Magellan Fund between 1977 and 1990, his fund generated annual returns of 29.2%. To put this into perspective, a 29.2% annual return over 13 years would have turned a $10,000 investment into nearly […]

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Buy These 3 High-Yield Stocks With Oil About To Spike

| July 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
Buy These 3 High-Yield Stocks With Oil About To Spike

As the current stock market bull market starts to look long in the tooth, I have broadened my search for income investments that are not directly tied to company business results and share prices. Direct commodity exposure provides one way to diversify a portfolio that is loaded with dividend paying stocks. Yet, I want all […]

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5 Top Energy Stocks For $100-A-Barrel Oil

5 Top Energy Stocks For $100-A-Barrel Oil

Don’t miss out on the rally Oil prices are rallying, and the global glut of oil from 2014-2016 is finally wearing down. That means investment opportunities. Brent crude, the international benchmark, has exploded to over $79 a barrel for the first time in four years. But according to Bank of America, this is just the […]

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Riding The Bear Market Rally

Riding The Bear Market Rally

Everybody’s been obsessed with “Dow 20,000” lately. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is perhaps the most widely-watched gauge of the U.S. stock market. And “20,000” is a big, fat, impressive-sounding round number. So it’s not surprising the financial media latched onto “Dow 20,000” like a dog to a bone. U.S. stock indices are indeed breaking […]

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How To Play The Bear Market Rally In Commodities

How To Play The Bear Market Rally In Commodities

We talk a fair bit about commodities here at Dent Research. That’s largely because Harry’s research has consistently pointed to deflation – not inflation – as the dominant force in this winter economic season. Indeed, commodity prices have sucked wind for years now. Crude oil fell to a low of $36 a barrel last year […]

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