Lawrence Roulston keeps his advice simple: Lower expectations, get rid of poorly performing investments and load up on the companies going cheap. If you push against the trend, you might come out with your feet on the ground.
Many goldbugs like gold as a hedge against Federal Reserve policies and high inflation. The president of Cranberry Capital is a different kind of goldbug and explains how his proprietary monetary measure, "The Actual Money Supply," is the reason why.
In the high-risk junior resource sector, 95% of the companies investors might choose will fail to hit paydirt. For your best chance to pick winners from among the remaining 5%, the Exploration Insights Editor has some advice.
All fiat currencies fail, says the editor of the Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks. That's why he calls gold and silver the only true currencies. While some junior mining stocks have lagged he says they will continue to be the cornerstone of his portfolio.
The Longwave Group founder explains why he believes the world economy is in the "winter" portion of an approximate 80-year cycle and how the financial excesses of the past 60 years are now being wrung out of the system.
The editor of the Resource Opportunities newsletter and expert on mining investments explains why he loves the prospect generator model and why now is the perfect time to snub bullion and cozy up to mining equities.
The financial markets continue to climb the wall of worry on the back of more Fed quantitative easing. Those trying to pick a top in this choppy bull market may prove to be correct for a couple hours but over time the shorts continue to get clobbered.