This article, written by our Co-Founder Will Bancroft, asks whether recent drops in the price of bitcoin mean it’s all over for this crypto-currency and what the price action means for your money and for savers and investors.
When it comes to supply and demand dynamics, Aheadoftheherd.com Publisher Rick Mills does his own math. China may make a show of its alleged copper surplus and Germany may downplay its need for efficient energy sources, but Mills foresees demand spikes.
The head of Aheadoftheherd.com isn't looking for huge producers with so much overhead that they can't profitably mine an ounce of gold. Instead, Mills seeks out the smaller mines with low capital costs. That's where the money will be made in the next two years, he says.
If global banks’ are realistically going to improve their balance sheet diversification and liquidity profiles, gold will have to be part of that process. It is ludicrous to expect banking to regain a sure footing through the increased ownership of government securities.
Far from icebound, Greenland is wealthy in rare earth elements, precious metals and oil. Already, says the Aheadoftheherd.com publisher, companies are beginning to outline major discoveries at just pennies a share.
Equity valuations have so far failed to keep pace with rising bullion prices, but that makes for some outstanding investor opportunities among a few particularly well-positioned juniors that the newsletter publisher identifies as running ahead of the herd this summer.
Massive natural gas discoveries along with new extraction techniques have led many to proclaim nat gas as the fuel of the future. The author and energy trader who has recently released a book takeing a look at corruption within the oil sector addresses these claims in an interview.
If you're among the many who consider investing in the junior resource sector nothing more than a crapshoot, look into the Ahead of the Herd Publisher's steps to derisk the inherently risky business of investing in junior resource companies.
According to Nouriel Roubini - NYU academic and ubiquitous media personality - "The Great Depression was caused by the Gold Standard." Because, Roubini thinks along with most others, that the Gold Standard's tiresome rules brought about that cataclysm.
As potash prices reach their highest levels, uranium prices have suffered. But the host of Ahead of the Herd online and editor of the Ahead of the Herd newsletter believes the prospects for both industries are bright.