Expect more decoupling of our markets from other markets. The U.S. economy will continue to improve, while global economic growth will decelerate. In this environment, expect the U.S. stock market to continue to move up. It will be a bumpy road. Stocks to buy for the year ahead and where to find bargains abroad now. Read More
The US Dollar Will Keep Going Up – Whatever the Fed Does in 2015
A Downhill Run for the Dollar in 2015
Best and Worst Investment Ideas for 2015
VOICE AMERICA – Host Jay Taylor interviews Chen Lin, editor of What is Chen Buying? What is Chen Selling? Newsletter and J. Michael Oliver, technical analyst. Oliver and Lin discuss the gold and silver mining sector and provide an Outlook for the metals in 2015, equity indexes and bonds, oil and the yen.
Oil Widens the Atlantic Divide
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Top Four Winter Stocks – Cold weather stocks appear to be a low-risk play this winter. Marshall Hargrave looks at some stocks should benefit nicely from the winter months and the surge in discretionary income. These four winter stocks could keep your portfolio warm this winter.
Gold Prices Likely to Start 2015 Weak, But Rise Into Year End – Gold prices could be under some pressure in the first half of 2015 as the market anticipates the Fed raising interest rates, but once the Fed moves, the yellow metal may be able to end the year on firmer footing.
Schlumberger: Slick Buying Opportunity – Over the last five years, Schlumberger’s sales and net income have compounded at high double-digit rates of 19% and 22%, respectively. Schlumberger’s stock price pullback has created a slick buying opportunity into this HI-quality company, which is a global market leader with growing cash flows and an outlook for double-digit EPS growth through 2017.
Feasting on Chicken – This poultry producer has tremendous growth prospects. Nearly 22 million chickens are consumed each day in the U.S. alone, with more than 50 billion of the birds consumed globally each year. Chicken is expected to beat out pork as the most consumed meat in the world by 2020. Jim Fink has found a company which is a pure play on growing chicken consumption.
#1 International Pick for 2015 – China’s economic growth should be about 7% in 2015. One of Jim Woods’ favorite Chinese stocks and his favorite international pick for 2015 is Baidu. The company dominates China’s Internet search market with an 82% market share by revenue. Over the past six months the stock is up an impressive 34%.
Gold Forecasts for 2015 – At Scotiabank’s mining conference panelists were asked where would the price of gold be by the end of 2015. The answers ranged from $1,100 to $2,000. Panelists offered their views on what will drive the gold market in the coming year.
Featured Articles Inside This Issue:
How to Play the Dollar Strength – One of the notable characteristics of the third quarter was the remarkable strength of the U.S. dollar. A higher dollar reduces the international competitiveness of local (foreign) producers. Consider these 7 recommendations with minimal exposure to currency fluctuations due to their sales to the U.S. domestic market.
Gold: Winter is Coming – The U.S. dollar is technically overbought and vulnerable in the midst of a currency war. Higher gold prices are in the offing. Russia and China continued to be buyers of gold. Gold stocks have been so beaten up that they are attractively priced with “ten bag” potential. Companies with low costs and a rising production profile are favored.
Healthy Returns from the Healthcare Sector – The healthcare sector has handily outperformed the S&P 500. While the healthcare sector may pull back short-term on the political concerns, such a pullback is likely to be another buying opportunity and has the added attraction of being considered a defensive sector in the event of a market downturn.
2015 Outlook for Investors – Expect more decoupling of our markets from other markets. The U.S. economy will continue to improve, while global economic growth will decelerate. In this environment, expect the U.S. stock market to continue to move up. It will be a bumpy road. Stocks to buy for the year ahead and where to find bargains abroad now.
13F Filings: Superstar Investor Buys and Sells – Quarterly disclosure of the holdings of institutional money managers Seth Klarman, David Einhorn, David Tepper and Daniel Loeb.
The Effect of Low Oil Prices: A Regional Tour – Oil prices are nearing a five year low. Credit Suisse believes sub-$100 are here to stay for at least the next three years. The Company has detailed what low oil prices mean for major economies across the globe.
Bull & Bear’s Digest of Investment Newsletters – Buy/Sell advice from the world’s top-performing investment experts. Top Stock Picks of the Month. Seasoned advisors and traders give their recommendations for Small- Mid-Cap Stocks, Blue Chips, Oil & Gas Stocks & Trends, Gold & Silver Stocks, Market Seasonalities, Mutual Funds and more.
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DTS8 Coffee – Shanghai’s Gourmet Coffee
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DTS8 Coffee Company Ltd is a purveyor of fresh, artisan roasted, gourmet coffee. DTS8 imports, roasts, markets and sells superior quality Arabica coffee in Shanghai and other parts of China. DTS8, a gourmet coffee roaster, is strategically positioned to participate in the growing Chinese coffee market, considered as one...READ MORE
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Torex Gold Building First Gold Mine,
Defining Its Second
Torex is a growth-oriented, Canadian-based resource company engaged in the exploration and development of its 100% owned Morelos Gold Property, an area of 29,000 hectares in the highly prospective Guerrero Gold Belt located 180 kilometers southwest of Mexico City...READ MORE
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Atna Resources Re-Starts Pinson Underground Gold Mine
Atna Resources’ restarted operations at the Pinson underground mine in June. The Pinson property, located on Nevada’s prolific Getchell gold belt, is a fully permitted high grade underground mine with an adjacent, unpermitted open pit mine project...READ MORE
Henning: Musings of a Stock Market Curmudgeon
Cheer Up, Guys!
The One World Order is falling apart as the territorial imperative has become operative and the debt-laden central banking system has begun to implode. The Russians have booted the central bank boyz out of Russia. The Asians have started their own gold exchange. The stone-age Bedouin bandits have struck out on their own and have stopped stooging…
Sharp Rally In Gold Prices. Natixis forecasts lower gold and silver prices in 2015. But the analysts outline a number of factors which could lead to an unexpected rise in gold prices. They also give their price forecasts for PGMs.
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A Brief History of Financial Bubbles
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Best Energy Funds to Buy on the Oil Dip
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Is 2015 The Year Miners Get Out Of The Rough? - Brent Cook
Silver Demand for Industrial Applications Forecast to Reach Nearly 680 Million Ounces in 2018
Inside the Top Tech Trends of 2015
Harry Dent’s Demographic Deflation of 2015
What’s Next for the Dollar and Gold?
China’s Largest Gold Miner Buys Into Pretium
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The Very Bearish Case for Canadian Natural Gas
Auto Suppliers: Still on the Road Block
US Auto Suppliers: Five Reasons for Optimism
Can High Earners Contribute to a Roth IRA?
Secret Platinum Stocks Declining – World Platinum Investment Council
10 Must-Know Tax Tips for Gift Givers
China: Follow the Money!
Gold: Winter is Coming
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Effectively Handling Customer Complaints During the Holiday Rush
Taxpayers It’s Not Too Late to Lower 2014 Tax Bill
End-of-Year Retirement Planning To-dos
7 Retirement Investing Mistakes
Go on a Wine Adventure this Holiday Season
Global Mineral Industry to Converge on Toronto for Exploration and Mining’s Largest Annual Convention
Ten Things to Do Before Year-End
Precious Metals: Timing and Flexibility is the Key to a Successful Trade
The Price of Gold May Continue to Languish
4 Tips for Creating Your Financial Legacy Now
5 Wealthy Families Who Lost Their Fortunes
Natixis Metals Review Second Half 2014
Prospects Wanted: Six Tips to Drive More Traffic to Your Website
Top 10 Ways to Protect Children Under 18 and Over 18, Stateside and Abroad
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Brent Cook Reveals His Rules and Guidelines for Evaluating Junior Exploration Projects and Companies
Can Anyone Become a Millionaire?
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Financial Advice for Newlyweds
The Bull & Bear NewsWire
Silvercorp Appoints Dr. Rui Feng to CEO Position
Fairmont Resources Final Permit For Buttercup Project Received: Certificate of Authorization
DTS8 Coffee Revenue Increases in 2nd Quarter
Paramount Announces Agreement to be Acquired by Coeur and Spin-Off of New Exploration and Development Company
Johnson Matthey sells Gold and Silver Refining business for $186 Million
Eastmain Resources Drilling at Clovis Lake Intersects Quartz Toutmaline Veins
Barkerville Announces Director Appointments
Aurcana Announced New Mineral Resource Estimate for The La Negra Mining Operation
PDAC Honours Six Industry Leaders with 2015 PDAC Awards
American Manganese Inc. Review and the State of the Markets
Silver Standard Expands Mineral Resources at Marigold with Higher Gold Grade Mineralization
Puma Exploration Intersects Multiple Zones of Massive Sulphide Mineralization at Turgeon in New Brunswick
Atna Closes Sale of Reward and Clover Properties
Agnico Eagle Completes Acquisition of Cayden Resources Inc.
Comstock Metals Acquires Claims in Cree-Key Lake and Patterson Lake South areas of Saskatchewan
Carmax Drilling Expands East Zone With Intersection of 0.41% CuEq Over 78m Including 0.74% CuEq Over 24m
Fairmont Options Lac Bouchette Quartz Property
Torex Gold Reports Third Quarter Results
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Ten Common Pitfalls Executors and Administrators Should Avoid
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Your Child Can Retire with Millions!
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