Tag Archives: commodities

Deutsche Bank: It’s time to buy gold

27 Feb

Gold is still expensive, but rising economic risks and market turmoil mean investors should buy it for insurance, Deutsche Bank said Friday.

Source: Deutsche Bank: It’s time to buy gold

Wealth From Another Perspective

9 Feb

This is what wealth looks like.

Not used to this right?
Seems odd, counter intuitive right?

Not exactly.
While not a precious metal, copper is still up 300% over the last decade (give or take- do your own research folks).

As an extremely useful metal it has vast industrial applications and some people believe it is both a store of wealth and a hedge against inflation.
What does Copper mean for you?

What should you do?

That is up to you.

This post was merely to show you what 3lbs of copper looks like.
What wealth can look like.
What options may be available for you.

Hey maybe you just like collection metals.
Maybe you like diversified investments.
Maybe you think I’m an idiot.
Heck, there is always a chance you are right! -And I’m the uber fool.

Either way.
This short article is just to get you thinking folks.

The gold price over a year

22 Aug

#thriveorsurvive.

No one goes to the Olympics for silver.

Thoughts? Concerns?
Questions? Think I’m wrong?
Let’s chat.
Need ideas?
Want to learn how to invite?
Let’s chat.
Want a mentor or maybe the guy who will bounce ideas back and forth with you?
Let’s chat-
Tony@Changeinadvance.com
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Image 14 Dec

Stocks Close Down; Commodities Slammed.

Worries over European debt again plagued Wall Street, sending stocks down at the close for a third straight day in a selloff that also hit commodities and energy stocks hard.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 and Dow industrials lost about 1 percent each, with energy down nearly 3 percent. All 10 S&P 500 sectors were negative with materials and industrials also getting hammered. Financials and health care were closest to positive territory.

Jim Rogers-

23 Nov

“I’m long commodities and currencies, because if the world gets better, the shortages in commodities will make sure I make money; if the world economy doesn’t get better, I’d rather own commodities because they’re going to print money,” he said, referring to the easy monetary policy central banks have taken in the last few years to stimulate anemic growth.”

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