Commodities

  • 26 Sep
    An EV Future: Investing Dos & Don’ts – Specific Investment Opportunity Disclosed

    An EV Future: Investing Dos & Don’ts – Specific Investment Opportunity Disclosed

    • We won’t mention Tesla (except for right here).
    • Margins are essential for profitable long term investments.
    • Alternative related investments seem like the best option for low risk, high reward pre-hype investing opportunities in the electric market, the opposite is true for oil.

    Introduction

    The rumor is that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is searching for a partner to develop a car that many believe will be all-electric. This would be only one additional player in the long line of automotive manufacturers that have embraced the electric trend.

    In this article, we will look at how big the electric trend really is and what the investing opportunities and risks related to the new trend are. More →

  • 19 Sep
    Beware The House Of Cards

    Beware The House Of Cards

    • Stocks and bonds don’t provide diversification, while gold only does sometimes.
    • Alternative assets are better, but not all of them are equal.
    • Hedge funds perform well in bear markets but heavily underperform in bull markets.

    Introduction

    The increased market volatility after the quiet summer demonstrates how risky markets can be. The market falling by 2.5% in a few days on practically no news except for an increased probability of a small increase in in interest rates and no additional stimulus in Europe is a sign of the market’s fragility. More →

  • 15 Sep
    Troubled Waters Ahead For Developed Markets. Look Here For Returns.

    Troubled Waters Ahead For Developed Markets. Look Here For Returns.

    • Europe and Germany aren’t the best places for international diversification right now.
    • The U.S. is looking a bit better, but you’ll find the best opportunities are mostly in emerging markets.
    • Look for companies that are relatively cheap and that have exposure to China, India, and/or Brazil.

    Introduction

    Two days ago we discussed what is going on in the markets in relation to monetary policies. Today we will discuss what is going on in global economics.

    As the market is showing a high level of volatility, basic economic fundamentals is where we should look to get answers on what to do. By analyzing the latest global economic indicators, we can better determine the risk of a recession in the U.S. and Europe or a slowdown in China, all of which could contribute to a decline in global markets. More →

  • 01 Sep
    Want To Make Money On Your Morning Cup of Coffee?

    Want To Make Money On Your Morning Cup of Coffee?

    • Demand for coffee is always increasing while supply is unstable and facing structural climate issues.
    • Investing opportunities include coffeehouse chains and direct investments in coffee through ETNs.
    • As you have to give your kid $3.65 for a Grande Caffé Latte at Starbucks, you might as well make some money on it.

    Introduction

    Most of us drink coffee on a daily basis, but how often do you think about investing in those same cups of coffee? This article is going to analyze global coffee trends, investing opportunities and risks related to coffee.

    Maybe it won’t be just your daily indulgence anymore, but something that will enable you to enjoy more of it in an early retirement. Legendary investor Peter Lynch always said to invest in what you know, and coffee is something a lot of us know. More →

  • 25 Aug
    The Future Will Blow Your Mind. How Can You Take Advantage Of It?

    The Future Will Blow Your Mind. How Can You Take Advantage Of It?

    • Global GDP has quadrupled in the last 35 years and will probably do so again in the next 35 years.
    • By 2050 it’s expected there will be 10 billion people on earth and most of them will be living a western lifestyle.
    • While the forecasts are pretty certain, the issue is that the way towards those forecasts will not be linear. Investors should be careful not to get excited and jump into bubbles.

    Introduction 

    Investing is both complicated and simple at the same time. Today we are going to show the simple side of investing by analyzing a few factors that are almost certain and that will have a huge influence on your investing returns. By analyzing a few global demographic and economic trends we can see where the world will be in the future and connect that with our investments pictures, a scenario that is actually mind-blowing. Keep reading… More →

  • 18 Aug
    Commodities: Stick To The Fundamentals, Beware Of Speculation

    Commodities: Stick To The Fundamentals, Beware Of Speculation

    • Oil prices are increasing the number of rigs, putting pressure on prices.
    • Soros sold his gold, should you?
    • Iron ore is hot, but waiting until winter might provide better purchasing opportunities.

    Introduction

    Yesterday we discussed how Treasury Inflation-Protection Securities (or TIPS) are a great protection during times of inflation. Today we are going to take a deeper look into another great inflationary protection, commodities.

    The general feeling is that commodities have surged since January, but there is a high level of divergence. This divergence in commodity price movements is due to speculation in some commodities and fundamental reasons in others. More →

  • 17 Aug
    Are Safe Havens Really That Safe?

    Are Safe Havens Really That Safe?

    • Economic laws can’t be muted forever, and in the end always get their due, therefore it is good to look at other options to de-risk your portfolio.
    • Gold is too volatile to be considered a safe haven.
    • Diversification should be the best option to avoid losing everything in a market downturn.

    Introduction

    Economics is pretty straightforward. The first thing they teach you in ECON 101 is that the economy works in credit cycles. In a positive environment with low risks and low base interest rates, people borrow and spend. They buy a new car, go on trips, refurbish the kitchen and so on, which leads to economic expansion. More →

  • 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 →

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