History has a way of delivering big gains for gold. The yellow metal doubled in price between 2009 and 2012. And as we know, history tends to rhyme. Gold could see an even steeper rally…
If you’re interested in mining stocks, you can’t ignore frontier markets like Africa and the Middle East.
There’s hundreds of Aussie mining companies with operations overseas you can profit from. They’re listed right here on the ASX and you can buy them as easily as you order a pizza. You already know about the diversified giants like Rio Tinto and BHP. So does everybody else. But not many follow the smaller, usually more lucrative plays from Aussie gold miners in West Africa, potash plays in Morocco and palladium miners in South Africa.
See below for insights and analysis on the best Aussie miners operating in Africa and elsewhere.
Everyone has a lot on the table in this game of political brinksmanship. And the region is extremely volatile. What you can do is prepare yourself financially for the worst possible scenario. If this potential…
Pay attention to what’s happening in the Middle East. If Saudi Arabia makes another unpredictable move — one which could happen at any time — it could be good news for ASX-listed crude and oil…
Thanks to fracking technology, USA is the world’s largest oil producer. It doesn’t need Middle Eastern oil anymore.
You probably heard, OPEC stuck to its word and agreed to cut crude oil production. What followed was the biggest short squeeze since 2009. So, what’s next?
It could throw the cosy, fascist nexus between Wall Street, Washington and the military-industrial complex into a frenzy.
Demand for oil in China is expected to grow 3% this year. So in theory Iran could take the market share of whatever growth in oil demand comes out of China.
Saudi Arabia has announced that it’s cutting all diplomatic ties with Iran. The decision comes as yet another blow to regional stability.
Like all the other Middle East conflicts, this one has energy at its core. And connected with that is US monetary policy.
As Iranian sanctions lift, this deal could potentially cause havoc on energy markets. The kind of turmoil that ensures oil prices remain low for years.
If US ground troops are committed to the deserts of Saudi Arabia, it will be to protect the oil fields in the East. Saudi Arabia is a glittering prize…
Today we’ll attempt to explain why the potential for war between the US and Syria, is a direct result of the relative decline of US imperial power.
The Saudis now have a chance to dictate who the ruler of Syria will be, and perhaps obtain a strategic position in the energy of the 21st century: natural gas.
The recovery in share price is just beginning. In the grand scheme of things, it was easy to see that Dubai’s economic recovery was inevitable…