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More Signs of Trouble in the Crude Oil Market

Ivan Martchev | |

Over the long term, oil prices reflect the health of the global economy.

Why Did Conventional Oil Discoveries Just Hit a 70-Year Low?

Frank Holmes | |

It's not just about lower oil prices. Competition from less costly methods like shale and fracking has also made a sizable impact,

Four Fundamental Reasons to Buy Gold and Silver

Andy Hecht | |

While some analysts and traders believe that the metals will experience a deeper correction, I believe that any price weakness in the gold and silver markets will turn out to be a buying opportunity.

Why Americans Should NOT Buy Physical Gold Right Now

Marin Katusa | |

Rather than buy gold, Americans should leverage their strong dollar and take advantage of significantly discounted gold miners that are producing in a weak currency.

A Simple But Elegant Resolution in the Metals Market

Avi Gilburt | |

The next break out in gold and silver should be a strong move to the upside and should begin over the next few months.

Key Metrics for Oil Dividend Stocks After the Saudi Aramco Attack

Marin Katusa | |

For a specific group of oil companies, low oil prices are a good thing.

A Close Look at Oil Prices

Rodney Johnson | |

I'm not bullish on energy companies, and it all comes down to price.

Pierre Lassonde Says Gold Could Hit $25,000 in 30 Years

Frank Holmes | |

The co-founder of Franco-Nevada sees an average price target of $12,500 by 2049 and, under the “right” conditions, it could go as high as $25,000.

The Attack on Saudi Oil Production: Likely Consequences

Guild Investment Management | |

The fresh realization that such modestly disruptive events can occur will probably lead to a gradual pricing-in of a $5+ per barrel risk premium for oil over the next few months.

Oil’s Crisis Spikes and the Impact on Gold

Marin Katusa | |

Why did gold barely react amid the biggest one-day move ever in oil?

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