Bullion market specialist Jerry White suggests a balanced precious metals portfolio in various forms and analyzes the benefits and costs of each investment product. For gold novices and experienced investors alike. White is a former trading manager of a major bullion house, director of broker Brody, White & Co., exec of a Comex depository and consultant to Comex, major refiners and coin wholesalers. PDF version: $19.99, 82 pp
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“The unsustainable nature of the federal government’s current tax and spending policies presents lawmakers and the public with difficult choices.. To put the federal budget on a sustainable path for the long term, lawmakers would have to make significant changes to tax and spending policies.” Congressional Budget Office Report, September 2013
03/09/2014 Safe-haven buying on the Ukraine crisis pushed gold to a new high for the recovery on Monday, followed by digestion of the gains. While a sell-off could be expected on a solution, the reawakening of the cold war and the billions of dollars promised Ukraine by the EU are long-term bullish factors. With gold, silver and mining ETFs holding above the 200 DMA, institutional buyers are starting to commit real money to precious metals. Expect volatility as traders periodically take profits, but technicals and fundamentals favor higher prices over the months ahead. We look for silver and mining stocks to outperform gold and would continue to accumulate a balanced portfolio of miners and physical precious metals.
“Gold stocks have been on fire this year, blasting higher to 2014’s pole position of best-performing sector. And this powerful rally’s internals are looking as good as its headline gains. The recent months’ gold-stock buying has been on big volume, with large capital inflows. This is very bullish behavior revealing a sea change in sentiment and strong conviction among returning gold-stock investors and speculators.” — Adam Hamilton for Zeal. Read it all
For the Self-Directed Precious Metals Investor
Between active traders and buy & hold investors are investors who don’t want to trade every day but also want to avoid the largest drawdowns. Here are resources that we have found helpful:
• The backbone of your precious metals portfolio should be in physical metals that you keep. Jerry White’s book will help you acquire your physical metals.
• For precious metals investors, there are several good premium advisory services that aim to help you catch the bulk of a medium-term rally and avoid the worst draw-downs. The key is finding one that suits your investing style. Check out paid subscriptions and free weekly commentary on Zeal based on technical and fundamental analysis, and Super Force Signals based on technicals. For coverage of all markets, see the analysis produced by the Adens. The Financial Tap has a constructive (and free) discussion forum for investors.
• Gold and silver are volatile and very difficult to trade. To avoid being shaken out of your long-term gold and silver positions, avoid leverage.
RISK DISCLOSURE: Trading of equities, futures, options, forex and precious metals has large potential rewards, but also, in this era of ZIRP, large potential risks and is not suitable for all investors. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in these markets. Don’t trade with money you can’t afford to lose. We may earn a commission when you purchase one of the programs introduced on this site.