Bet On The House — Go Long With Copper

Frank Holmes

Global electrification and growing use of renewable energy are going to drive up copper demand for the foreseeable future. And these mega trends are becoming inevitable as the world’s developing countries move toward building a global middle class — In fact, it’s estimated that two billion people will get electricity in the near future. That’s going to move the needle on copper...

Grab 20% In Two Months Or Less, As Dr. Copper Gets Well Again

Greg Guenthner

At this rate, we could see our favorite copper play jump by as much as 20% in just the next few weeks, says Greg. Best of all, most investors haven’t spotted this trade opportunity, and won’t until it’s too late to make the real gains. But if you buy in today, you could be smiling very soon...

The Market’s An Emotional Wreck –Now What?

Greg Guenthner

Remember, the great commodity boom took more than a decade to play out. Prices skyrocketed across the board. But what goes up must eventually come down. Gold and silver lost their wings in 2013. Copper went into a death spiral late last year. And I don't have to tell you what's happened with oil over the past six months...

The Death of Copper — And the Rebirth of Silver

Greg Guenthner

From 2001 to 2011, the price of copper exploded more than 620%, topping out near $4.50. It's impossible to overstate how big this rally was. But that's ancient history now. Yesterday, the metal plunged to $2.59. And the breakdown we're seeing now could easily send copper prices to $2 or lower over the next couple of years.

The Great Unraveling of the Commodities Super Cycle

Greg Guenthner

There's an entire parade of metals and energy plays running off the side of Commodity Mountain like a herd of lemmings. Gold cracked $1,200 after a $30 drop. Silver cratered more than 5% on the day. Copper fell another 2% Natural gas is down. Heating oil is down. Oh, and our main culprit, oil, coughed up another 4%. And that's just yesterday's losses...

How to Short Copper for a Quick 30% Gain

Greg Guenthner

With extreme volatility rattling precious metals this week--and copper joining the crash party--the prudent move is to avoid commodity names until we see some more constructive action. The dominoes are falling across the commodity market, and I frankly don't trust a lot of the action I'm seeing out there right now.

Minerals vs. Marijuana

Douglas French

It might go against conventional thinking, but following the crowd usually makes you miss the real opportunities. At one monetary metal conference recently, the smartest guys in the industry sat down to discuss where these real hidden gems lay. But where does marijuana fall in this debate? Doug French has the scoop...