The performance of gold obviously depends on the U.S. economic condition and the Fed’s future actions. In the short run, the end of QE3 will most likely not change anything and gold will most likely decline on a dollar rally.
When it takes up to four million pounds of sand to frack a single well, it’s no wonder that demand is outpacing supply and frack sand producers are becoming the biggest behind-the-scenes beneficiaries of the American oil and gas boom.
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.
With each new discovery, it becomes difficult to keep track of the playing field. So we'll make it easy for you here, with our list of 6 key oil and gas discoveries so far this year, followed by a short list of the companies we think have the best potential.
There's been plenty of talk about potentially radical US foreign policy changes as a result of the shale boom. While one shouldn't expect any dramatic US foreign policy move away from the Middle East, factors are influencing a greater focus on Asia.
Investor fears about mining stocks are misplaced, says the hedge fund manager with New York-based Firebird Management, especially if those companies are mining in Mongolia, one of the fastest growing economies with some of the most extensive, untapped resources.
Believe it or not, but crude oil prices are about to fall in a big way. Thanks to fresh technology, the market is about to see a big surge in the price of crude. We are on the cusp of a huge energy revolution. which will create a shifts in power and – therefore – wealth..
Unlike oil, natural gas is now abundant relative to demand thanks to what's been found in large shale reservoirs underlying the surface. And gas's radically-changing fundamentals have put downside pressure on its price.
The bottom line is the world's largest oil consumer is undergoing a radical shift in long-standing supply trends. The US is seeing its first material imports decline in a quarter century. This is partly due to a once-unfathomable rise in domestic output.