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Matt Badiali has a hands-on, go-anywhere, talk-to-everyone approach to his investment prospects and research. His work has taken him to Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Hong Kong, Singapore, Haiti, Turkey, Switzerland and many other locations around the world. He’s visited countless mines and oil ... more

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How To Make Huge Gains In Natural Resources
The mining executives convinced me that the metal shortage would show up in 2017. They were exactly right. The zinc price hit a 10-year high last week.
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Silver Is A Metal To Watch In The New Year
The price of silver is up 10% in three weeks. That’s unusual for silver right now.
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You Must Be Long These Metals In 2018
Lead, zinc and copper all had outstanding years in 2017. They returned 26%, 30% and 30%, respectively. If you don’t have exposure to base metal miners yet, do it now. It looks like 2018 will be a banner year for unloved base metals.
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Get Ready For The Year Of Commodities
For 5 years, the commodity sector lagged the rest of the market. That trend is now over. Copper, zinc, lead, nickel and oil went up 32%, 30%, 24%, 25% and 15%. That’s just the beginning. Here's how to invest and make strong gains.
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My Prediction For 2018 — This Forgotten Metal Will Soar
In 2018, it wouldn’t surprise me to see platinum prices rise 25%. It was a brutal six years for the mining industry. While some metals saw their prices rebound in 2017, others didn’t.
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Your Heating Bill Could Get Much Higher Soon
The price of natural gas collapsed from $14 per thousand cubic feet back in 2008 to a recent low of $1.65 in March 2016. That’s a fall of 88%. With supplies at their lowest level in years, the price of natural gas could skyrocket in 2018.
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Fraud!
On October 8, Kobe Steel admitted to quality-control fraud on its metal products. It faked strength and durability test data for years. The company sold sketchy material to 500 companies. This is a serious and important scandal … not just for shareholders, but for you and me.
Oil’s Dirty Secret Exposed By This One Chart
Oil companies must drill wells as part of their leases — the agreements that they make with the landowners. However, the low oil price means it isn’t profitable to produce oil from the wells. That’s where drilled but uncompleted wells (called DUCs) come in.

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