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DailyWealth | April 18, 2009
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DailyWealth | February 28, 2009
The price of gold miners as a group is off more than 30% in the last year, even though the price of gold has held firm. Add to that mix falling mining costs in 2009, and you have a recipe for explosive earnings.
DailyWealth | February 12, 2009
DailyWealth | December 6, 2008
Timberland is a crisis-proof investment because the growth of the trees does not move in step with economic cycles. You don't have to harvest when demand is soft. Let them grow, and trees will become more valuable anyway. Bigger trees equal more dollars.
DailyWealth | October 9, 2008
China is off by 64%. Russia is down 41%. India took a breather at negative 32%. The question now is do we buy, sell, or hold? The short answer: Emerging markets are a buy – with a caveat.
DailyWealth | September 25, 2008
Markets, like great unscripted dramas, develop their own plotlines as time rolls on. Now unfolding is a new plotline in the agriculture boom. It begins with the fact that there are fewer and fewer options these days for importers looking for large quantities of high-quality grains. But it speaks more to a deeper issue...
DailyWealth | September 18, 2008
Where there is scarcity, there is likely a way for an investor to make something of it. Over the last two–plus years, my readers have made good money in water stocks. We've got a long way to swim yet. As an investment trend, water is as big as anything.
DailyWealth | September 14, 2008