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Commodities have been going up, everything from copper to coal. It's getting harder to find big deposits of some of this stuff, and what we find is more expensive to dig out.
DailyWealth | May 13, 2011
Now that profit margins are likely headed south, it's important to be extremely picky on what you'll buy now... and at what price.
DailyWealth | April 11, 2011
Food prices will have to rise: There is no way around this. We are all going to pay more for food.
DailyWealth | January 20, 2011
Uranium, the feedstock for nuclear reactors, is finally making its move...
DailyWealth | December 4, 2010
If you're interested in safely making money in commodities over the coming decade, I have two important numbers for you...
DailyWealth | November 13, 2010
A lousy economy can be a great place to invest. And an economy in great health can be a terrible place to invest. It all depends on prices. All the noshing on economic data doesn't mean much without some context.
DailyWealth | July 16, 2010
The modern consumer economy is a plugged-in economy that eats electricity like locusts devour crop fields.
DailyWealth | June 17, 2010
The uranium price has to go up. If it doesn't, there is no incentive for producers to make more, and hence a lot of reactors are going to go without fuel. More importantly, it can go up.
DailyWealth | February 25, 2010
DailyWealth | February 6, 2010
Of course, no one knows what the price of oil will be, but there is no shortage of forecasts. Goldman Sachs says it will be $95 by the end of 2010. Deutsche Bank says $65. They are all guessing.
DailyWealth | January 21, 2010