2019 April Market Outlook
(April 30, 2019 2:40 PM EDT)
This month we get back to my normal analysis of the markets: the bullish and bearish case, valuations, psychology of the markets and the technicals.
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New Gold Recommendation: This company buys its gold, silver and copper at a steep discount and pays a dividend.
(#1728: Wed 1/25/2017 1:26 PM EST)
Here's the best way to open a position in this company at a discount or to generate a nice 2.8% return on this trade in just 23 days. That works out to over 33% annualized.
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Close the open position in the recommended Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) PUTS and Keep Most of the Cash
(#1727: Tue 1/17/2017 12:25 PM EST)
New Trade Recommendation on APC
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Is the Saudi Arabian Oil Price War Strategy Going to Bankrupt the Kingdom?
(#332: Mon 11/23/2015 1:09 PM EST)
Is oil going to dip in under $40 a barrel? Is Russia running out of high tech bombs?
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Why President Hillary Clinton Looks Inevitable: What Does This Mean For Gold And Oil investments?
(#331: Wed 10/28/2015 6:12 PM EDT)
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks unbeatable for the Democratic nomination. Running against a GOP candidate espousing the end of Medicare and Medicaid, putting a large number of troops back in Iraq, deporting 11 million people and taking insurance away from millions much less reducing Social Security benefits will deliver a Goldwater sized defeat in next year.
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Latest Special Reports
The P/E Ratio - Simple and Powerful
(November 4, 2016 11:46 AM EDT)
The P/E ratio is a simple but powerful tool that should be the friend of every trader and investor. By looking at a P/E, it is possible you can get an indication if a stock’s growth, valuation, volatility and level of risk.
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Closing GEA 3 and Cumulative Performance of GEA 1, GEA 2, GEA 3
(September 29, 2015 5:09 PM EDT)
We realized when we started Gold and Energy Advisor in late 2004, that there would be several legs of the energy bull market. We took advantage of the first and second legs.
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James DiGeorgia in the News
James DiGeorgia, publisher and editor of the “Gold and Energy Advisor” and author of “The Trader’s Great Gold Rush: Must-Have Methods for Trading and Investing in The Gold Market” is a sought-after media analyst for the latest predictions and insight into how the national and global economy are affecting gold and oil prices, and how investors should be responding.
James has been frequently quoted as an expert in The New York Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Money magazine, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, and Barron's to name just a few. See below for articles recounting some of James’s most recent insights into the gold and oil sectors.
A Shiny Outlook
Energy and Mining International
January 01, 2013
"Gold looks like it has been going sideways since last year, but at the time of this writing, late December 2012, gold will be up about 12 percent in 2012."
NGL Prices: Industry Experts Weigh In
Oil and Gas Investor
July 30, 2012
"Experienced investors know to look for opportunities where the selling is overdone, and the asset is misunderstood,"
A Golden Age
Financial Advisor Magazine
“We’re only about 25% of the way through this bull market,” says James DiGeorgia, publisher of the Web site Gold and Energy Advisor (www.goldandenergyadvisor.com), based in Boca Raton, Fla.
DiGeorgia cautions, however, that when interest rates rise or gold breaks through $3,000 an ounce, it’ll be time to reconsider. “You can’t just buy it and stash it away and forget about it,” he says. “On a quarterly basis, take a fresh look at where things are.”
Oil prices soar as unrest intensifies in Libya
Los Angeles Times
March 7, 2011
Reports of intensified fighting in Libya propelled oil past $118 a barrel in Europe and to nearly $107 in the U.S., the highest levels since September 2008, with concern growing that the disruption in Libya's crude-oil production could last longer than initially expected.
Another day of rising oil prices meant falling stock prices. In a roller-coaster session, the Dow Jones industrial average on Monday closed down 79.85 points, or 0.7%, to 12,090.03. The Standard & Poor's 500 was off 0.8%, and the Nasdaq composite fell 1.4%....
Japan earthquake may push oil prices higher
Los Angeles Times
March 12, 2011
Reporting from Los Angeles and Washington——
and tsunami that slammed northern
knocked out car plants and steel mills, stranded thousands in offices and at Disney's resort in Tokyo, and pummeled financial markets in Asia and Europe. But the biggest effect on the world economy may yet come in further roiling oil prices that already have cast a pall on the global recovery. That's because the 8.9-magnitude temblor forced the shutdown of a number of Japan's oil refining facilities as well as some of its nuclear power plants. The loss of substantial refining capacity in the world's third-largest economy is likely to inject more volatility into gasoline prices — raising the risk of even higher pump prices for American motorists….
Gold and silver gain acceptance as portfolio components
March 25, 2011
(Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) By Tim Grant, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 25--Gold prices keep setting new record highs -- they did so again Thursday at $1,447 an ounce -- and
are becoming cautious about investing in precious metals that have been gaining value for more than a decade.
But despite an 11-year winning streak for both gold and silver, advocates make the case that the limited supplies of metals vs. the almost unlimited supply of traditional currency make them worthwhile investments despite the lofty prices....
Silver is rising far faster than gold, but is it a buy?
Medill Reports: Chicago
April 19, 2011
“All that glisters is not gold,” but could it be silver?
The popular if often altered saying is from William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice”. “Gilded tombs do worms enfold,” Shakespeare warned. These days silver prices are whizzing upward even faster than gold, which makes the commodity seem like an investment no-brainer….
Gold turns investors’ heads
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
April 23, 2011
The luster of gold has been catching the eye of humans for millenniums, but it shines even brighter when the world around it gets messy - as it is right now.
Gold set a record last week when it topped $1,500 an ounce, a price boost analysts say has been driven by a weaker dollar, low interest rates and uncertainty stemming from government debt and political turmoil in the United States and abroad…..
Gold ETFs Shine As Debt Talks Continue
Investor’s Business Daily
July 20, 2011
Gold bullion and mining ETFs regained their luster Wednesday as the greenback weakened. That occurred amid signs of progress in Washington to reduce the deficit and raise the debt ceiling.
SPDR Gold Shares (
) — the largest physically backed gold ETF — rose 0.9% to 156.02 in average volume. One share represents roughly a tenth of an ounce of the yellow metal.
Market Vectors Gold Miners (
)rose 1.1% to 60.35….
How to Survive the Stock Market's Wild Ride
August 5, 2011
The stock-market roller coaster has been wild enough to make even the most stoic, stiff-necked investors queasy. After falling in 10 out of the last 11 trading sessions, the stock market plunged more than 500 points Thursday, making it the worst day for the Dow since Oct. 22, 2008, the day that marked the beginning of the global financial crisis. On Thursday, the index lost 4.3% -- erasing all the gains for the year -- to end at 11,384….
Commodities fall, gold rises to record on credit-downgrade anxiety
August 9, 2011
Investors on Monday largely ignored the fundamentals of various commodities and instead focused on the downgrade of U.S. credit as a reason for sending oil and grain prices down while pushing up the price of gold. The price of crude oil futures dropped to about $81 per barrel, the lowest since November, on fears that the credit downgrade could lead to recession in the U.S. and lower demand for oil….
Market madness drives some to the glitter of gold
August 13, 2011
On Tuesday, the day gold prices soared to a new record, Bob Dumont strode into a former bank building here, paid a precious metals dealer $9,100 and walked out with five shiny gold coins. After gold broke another record Wednesday, Dumont was back again, this time buying $3,600 more….
Denver mining firms hope gold's rise boosts profits
August 15, 2011
When it comes to turmoil in the global economy, the world's pain could prove Denver's gain.
Gold prices have soared in recent weeks, reflecting the precious metal's status as a hedge against financial turmoil….