Yearly Archives: 2011
Fossil fuel production is critical to achieving a major climate goal, one we all should support: a world largely reliant on renewable energy.
In my opinion, there will be some event that will happen soon that will cause the market to come down sharply. And when that happens, I think that will set the stage for what people are calling this ‘monetary reset’ where you have a new monetary system.
A new reserve currency is inevitable... the dollar-gold relationship is more critical now than ever.
You might ask why the rising trajectory of commodities this century has largely escaped notice. The likeliest answer is that prices for mining company shares as well as the underlying minerals tend to be very volatile. The volatility in commodity stocks makes it feel like the commodities themselves are doing more poorly than they actually are.
Last year, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A, BRK.B) purchased a 5% stake in each of five Japanese trading companies.
Financial investing expert, Stephen Leeb, explains that gold has been a continuously top-performing commodity and will continue to perform well in the future.
There is a future for EVs and there are investment opportunities... but the path to that future will have plenty of speed bumps along the way.
Interview with Eric King of King World News and Dr. Stephen Leeb, Ph.D. As we come to the end of a wild week of trading,...