Commodities

  • 12 Aug
    Incredible Investing Opportunity & Free Report

    Incredible Investing Opportunity & Free Report

    In lieu of an article from Sven Carlin, today we wanted to send Investiv Daily subscribers a ‘Thank You’ in the form of a free report and a special bonus ($49 value).

    The Copper Goldmine was written by Sven earlier this year. The report details one particular small cap mining stock that we felt was a great buy, ready to make big gains. Included in this report is an in-depth overview of the company, an analysis of their fundamentals, a detailed look into the market for the primary metals this company mines (copper and zinc), and an explanation on why this company is uniquely positioned to make incredible new highs. More →

  • 27 Jul
    Will A Bet On Commodities Pay Now?

    Will A Bet On Commodities Pay Now?

    • Iron ore prices are falling as supply continues to grow, while copper and zinc prices show signs of supply gaps forming.
    • Low exploration and discoveries indicate that metals will be winners again in the future.
    • The possibility of future inflation increases the appeal of commodities.

    Introduction

    Diversification is the ultimate protection against various economic factors, in recessions you might want to hold gold or treasuries, in inflationary times you want to be long stocks and commodities. Therefore it is very important to always know what is happening in each potential diversification sector. More →

  • 19 Jul
    This Commodity May Have Reached Its Bottom. Find Out What It Is In Today’s Article.

    This Commodity May Have Reached Its Bottom. Find Out What It Is In Today’s Article.

    • Fertilizer prices have been declining alongside food prices, but food prices are picking up.
    • Fundamentals give downside protection with some risk coming from short term earnings.
    • The long term outlook is positive with balanced markets and demand growth.

    Introduction

    In agriculture and horticulture, potash is the common term for nutrient forms of the element potassium (K). It is used globally for increasing agricultural yields and is an essential fertilizer. More →

  • 30 Jun
    Aluminum: A Leveraged Investment Into the Global Economy

    Aluminum: A Leveraged Investment Into the Global Economy

    • If the economy continues on its growth path, aluminum will enter into a supply gap.
    • After 5 years of losses, investors should be in for a treat.
    • The risks and potential rewards of investing in aluminum will be explained in this article.

    Introduction

    Aluminum is the third most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust and accounts for 8% of its mass. The mineral it is most commonly mined from is bauxite. The most widely known uses of aluminum are aircraft bodies and aluminum foil, but it has a multitude of other uses like window frames, beer cans etc. More →

  • 29 Jun
    BREXIT Aftermath: Where to Look for Returns & What to Avoid Now

    BREXIT Aftermath: Where to Look for Returns & What to Avoid Now

    • U.S. and Europe are overvalued, especially seeing the current political situation and economic fragility.
    • What’s about to hit Europe and the U.S. already hit emerging markets in 2015. There are opportunities in emerging markets now, but where?
    • Bonds seem the riskiest asset of all with no yield and huge potential downside.

    Introduction

    After last week’s BREXIT vote the markets have been in a free fall with a slight recovery yesterday. But savvy investors have been expecting this and it has been a recurring theme at Investiv Daily that stocks are overvalued. In such an overvalued environment it is normal that inflated asset prices take a beating at any sign of future uncertainty. More →

  • 24 Jun
    How to Prepare Your Portfolio For The Next Recession or Stock Market Crash

    How to Prepare Your Portfolio For The Next Recession or Stock Market Crash

    • The risks of a slowdown are higher than the upside.
    • Fundamental trends are negative in advanced economies while emerging markets show higher growth rates and are cheaper.
    • It is important to create a diversified portfolio with uncorrelated assets.

    Introduction

    In an environment where it seems maximum potential for the U.S. economy has been reached, the St. Louis FED chief, James Bullard, has said in his most recent report that he favors only one interest rate increase through 2018, which would at best keep things stable. His view is further supported by the fact that the unemployment rate is sitting at below 5%, and the Personal Consumption Expenditures PCE inflation—measured by the Dallas FED—is at 1.84%, both of which signal that the economy has reached its maximum potential. More →

  • 14 Jun
    Big Returns on Silver Could Be at the Finish Line, But Are You In for the Wild Ride?

    Big Returns on Silver Could Be at the Finish Line, But Are You In for the Wild Ride?

    • Silver is both a precious metal and a commodity, which makes it a very interesting investment.
    • Silver prices jumped 26% year to date and the market has been in a deficit for 3 years.
    • In the long term, silver will continue to be very volatile but might present excellent investment opportunities for brave investors.

    Introduction

    Silver is a special metal as it is considered both a precious metal and an industrial commodity. Silver is used for solar panels, water filtration, jewelry, electrical contacts and conductors, LCD screens, x-rays, disinfectants and for other various applications. This makes silver have, unlike gold, a pragmatic use influencing the demand for the metal. More →

  • 07 Jun
    Get Ready For A Zinc Deficit

    Get Ready For A Zinc Deficit

    • Zinc prices are already up by 50% this year and more growth is expected.
    • Mine closures and limited mine openings create a supply gap.
    • The World Bank estimates tight zinc markets for the foreseeable future.

    Introduction

    Zinc is the fourth most used metal in the world. It is mostly used for steel galvanization – the process of corrosion-resistant zinc plating. Other uses include alloys such as brass, and dietary supplements. More →

  • 02 Jun
    Metal Madness: Commodity Boom and Bust Cycles

    Metal Madness: Commodity Boom and Bust Cycles

    • Metals have recovered a bit, but even miners are bearish now.
    • Forecasts are not inspiring for at least the next two years.
    • A lot of indicators suggest that there is another commodity boom cycle in the making as the global economy continues to grow and investments in mines decline.

    Introduction

    Commodities had hit rock bottom this winter when iron ore prices went below $40, and alongside iron ore all other commodities except gold were in a slump. This slump in prices provided great returns to investors that had the guts to buy when most thought the world was over for miners. Iron ore prices have rebounded by more than 50% since their lows but are still far from their historical highs. More →

  • 12 May
    Is There Equilibrium in Oil?

    Is There Equilibrium in Oil?

    • Production costs are below current prices and reserves are constantly growing.
    • OPEC’s rosy forecast of $70 a barrel in 2020 is based on a model excluding any disruptions from electric engines or renewable technology developments.
    • Demand in developed countries is declining and the trend might spill over to developing countries.

    Introduction

    Oil prices above $100 a barrel seem impossible but they were a common thing just two years ago. 2014 was the worst year for oil as it tumbled more than 50% from above $100 to below $50 a barrel. In January 2016, oil reached lows not seen since 2001 and 9/11 with prices below $30. The current price of oil quickly rebounded from those lows and is currently around $45 a barrel. More →

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