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Investing in gold and commodities

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The answer depends on what type of investor you are, and what kind of investing you want to do. I listen to a lot of talk radio, and all I hear are commercials from talk show hosts endorsing gold as an investment. Do any of these talk show hosts really do any research about whether gold is a good investment? Gold has been hot lately, as it rose to about $900 an ounce, which has probably made it literally a hot commodity lately. Learn three things about gold, and you’ll know whether it’s something for you to put your money in. Gold has an inverse relationship to the dollar and the stock market. When the stock ...
is the most popular as an investment. Investors generally buy gold as a hedge or safe haven against any economic, political, social, or fiat currency crises (including investment market declines, burgeoning national debt, currency failure, inflation, war and social unrest). The gold market is also subject to speculation like most commodities , especially through the use of futures contracts and derivatives . Gold is also money , although it is treated by some investors as a commodity .
Green is the New Gold: Nine Environmentally Friendly Investment ...
Hoboken, NJ (June 2008)—Sure, you’d like to “go green” in your investments. If you could find some financially sound options, why not? As environmental issues have heated up and gained more and more press, you’ve embraced the concept of saving the planet. You’ve changed your light bulbs, strived to live the “reduce, reuse, and recycle” mantra, and even traded in your gas-guzzling SUV for a hybrid. (Well, at least you’ve considered it!) Problem is, you need to feel secure about your retirement years—and the concept of green investing just seems a little too, well, trendy for comfort.        Jim Mellon and Al Chalabi say ... market research, surveys and trends
2010 Mid year commentary – Investment Thoughts « David's Blog
It was my mantra at the beginning of the year that long-term investors should stay in cash and wait for attractive buying opportunities to come along. Price-earnings ratios are once again becoming attractive. While they may seem high and nowhere near lows that sparked past bull markets investors would be wise to begin putting together lists of favorite stocks and begin monitoring prices in anticipation of putting cash to work. We may take 6 months to a year to find a bottom but for investors it is better to well prepared in the event a buying opportunity comes along. At this moment, we are in a stock pickers market and you ... market research, surveys and trends


Guess Who's Betting On Inflation! | LIVING OFF DIVIDENDS & PASSIVE ...
If you’ve been reading the popular press for the past 6 months, there’s been a slew of articles talking about deflation. I’ve been somewhat skeptical of the long term probability of deflation and have been investing in gold and commodities in anticipation of inflation. Looks like I was a little early to the game (which, on Wall Street is just the same as being wrong!). Now however, it looks like we are warming up the printing presses and gold has hit $1,000 twice in a week in anticipation of future inflation. Legendary hedge fund manager John Paulson, who made $2.5 Billion last year from his trades, has been ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Coming Housing and Dollar Collapse: Interview with ...
We continue our series of national housing expert interviews by chatting with John Rubino. John operates the finance site '''', and has published several books on real estate and investing. In this interview, he gives advice on surviving in today's housing market, offers a guess on when housing might hit bottom, and details the coming collapse of the U.S. Dollar. By then I'd already lived through three bubbles: gold in the late 1970s (when I was too young to actually invest but was still paying attention), junk bonds in the 80s and tech in the 90s. Housing had all the hallmarks: ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
keep your cool in a scary market
(Money Magazine) -- You knew it couldn't go on forever. And deep down, the spectacular run-up in stocks that began when the bear market bottomed in March 2009 was actually making you a little nervous. An 80% surge in just 13 months was starting to feel a lot like bubble territory. So yes, a breather was probably in order. But another full-blown financial crisis? One that would hammer stock markets around the globe? You were hardly expecting that; few people were. Spiraling debt troubles in Greece, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, and Spain kicked off the chaos. Worries about a sharp economic slowdown in China and anemic job growth ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
US Stocks Maintain Big Gains; All But One DJIA Component Ahead
U.S. stocks soared broadly across the markets, rebounding sharply as investors welcomed another strong set of corporate earnings, as well as better-than-expected measures of the U.S. housing market and euro-zone economic activity. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 218 points, or 2.2%, to 10338 with an hour to go in trading, with all but one of the 30 components rising. In the U.S., existing-home sales and leading indicators beat the market's gloomy estimates, while the euro zone's composite purchasing managers index and industrial orders both unexpectedly rose. Meanwhile, economically sensitive blue-chips ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


one year period was investing in gold and commodities. But such a portfolio is not suitable for a long time and especially when the situation of stock ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
.  But I've been noticing a new gold rush under way. TV news shows, infomercials and newspaper ads are popping up all over encouraging people to invest in gold as an alternative to stocks. During changing or uncertain financial times when stocks and the value of the dollar go down, gold prices often tend to go up, as people see gold, a commodity they can actually hold in their hands, as having ultimately more value to them than less tangible investments like stocks. And as more people buy gold, the demand drives up the cost. Financial experts disagree on whether gold is a good investment . Some recommend buying just a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investing and the Financialization of Commodities - Index ...
The metals sector contains 5 commodities, gold, silver, copper, platinum and palladium. 4. An increasingly popular investment strategy in the recent years ...
What is the difference in investing in municipal bonds,derivatives ...
Municipal Bonds in the US are bonds which are given by some form of government (be it a city government or a local one), Municipal bonds are given by the issuer in the hopes to raise funds. Derivatives are financial contracts in which the value changes by certain factors. Derivatives is a group which includes: Options, Futures, Forwards and Swaps. Commodities are something I don't know too much about I do know that they are things that are demanded. However, this shouldn't be taken literally. Rice is Rice. Gold is Gold. Something such as PC's are not universal on how much are supplied and demanded. I ...
Do you think investing in gold coins is a good idea? Why/Why not?
Gold has gone up a lot - but having gold coins means you have to store them, have to appraise them and eventually, have to find someone to buy them. Gold-based mutual funds - or better, just a good growth Mutual fund is a better investment. Sources: My answer  by ChristianHGross on Aug 09 2007 (35 months ago)  Best Answer Official Rating I reply with a question because asking to invest in gold coins is like asking to invest in bubble gum, or baseball cards. It is an arbitrary investment that may or may not yield a return. Anybody who says it will or will not yield a return is lying to you. ...