Gold and Energy Advisor: Gold, Oil & Energy Markets Investment Research
James DiGeorgia, Mr. Macro
- Chief Editor -
Mr. Macro
Geoff Garbacz, Mr. Micro
- Chief Strategist -
Mr. Micro
Dan Hassey, Mr. Retirement
- Senior Stock Analyst -
Mr. Retirement

GEA Special Reports: 2007

[PDF] Special Report: Major Reversal Model, Second Look (December 20, 2007)
Talk of recession and bear markets by the financial media are intensifying again. It's hard to argue against a bear market and/or recession in 2008. We have mentioned that the energy markets in particular may have several legs of a bull market. If we do see a recession, then this could end the first leg and when the next economic cycle and bull market starts, the second leg of the energy market could resume. A bear market could offer us some great buying opportunities. > More >

[PDF] Stratospheric Profits in the Age of Heavy Oil (October 30, 2007)
The 4 Energy Trailblazers Sitting Atop a $95 Trillion Pot of Black Gold > More >

[PDF] The New Bull Market in Gold Chapter 4, Economic Troubles and Bubbles (August 13, 2007)
Many of the problems the markets are facing in the second half of 2007 have occurred before. Review this chapter to understand how history continues to repeat itself. > More >

[PDF] Updated GEA User Guide (February 1, 2007)
We have updated the GEA (Gold and Energy Advisor) User Guide. We have added the following sections: - GEA Portfolio links and performance - Links to explanations of our Options Strategies - Link to our buy discipline/strategy > More >

[PDF] Plug-In Profits, Cashing in on the Escalating Energy Crisis (January 10, 2007)
Since before the oil crisis of the 1970s, America has been edging ever closer to economic disaster. As the world's number one consumer of fossil fuels, the United States has been dangerously dependent on unfriendly nations to feed our growing economy and maintain our way of life. While we remain atop the world as the globe's largest economy, new competition from Asia has added more pressure on the earth's energy resources, driving up prices and closing the gap on America's economic dominance. Without cheap, reliable energy, our economy will grind to a standstill. > More >

[PDF] 2006 GEA Portfolio Performance (January 5, 2007)
The GEA portfolio had a total return of 21.12% for 2006. This return includes short-term profits, dividends and option premiums collected. Below are our returns compared to our peers, energy indexes and the major market indexes. > More >

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