In this interview with The Mining Report, Stansberry Research Editor Matt Badiali shares the secrets for finding under-appreciated commodities and companies before they become overpriced, and names his favorites.
The gold and silver miners have been hammered down to historic 1999 lows, while the U.S. banks and U.S. dollar reach new heights. This is a great opportunity for value investors to enter the mining sector at possibly the ground floor of a commodity supercycle.
Atticus Lowe was among those who saw more smoke than fire in the fevered puffery of the shale industry's promoters. With an established track record now, the industry has proved its potential for him, and he is bullish on gas over the long term.
Financial collapse is usually perceived as Armageddon but doesn't necessarily have to be one. So what implications for gold would a collapse of the US dollar have? Or if the dollar doesn't collapse, does it still make sense to be invested in gold and silver?
Specs, or those who trade in a market without having an underlying commercial interest, have become the modern day scapegoats for extreme market movements, even if such movements seem entirely justified by the underlying fundamentals.
Libor, Bernie Madoff, MF Global, Peregrine Financial, zero-percent interest rates, the Social Security and Medicare entitlement funds, quote stuffing and high frequency trading (HFT), and debt-based money. What do all of these things have in common?