Resources & Commodities

Natural resources occur within the environment in their original and natural form, undisturbed by humanity. Natural resources come in many forms. It may be a solid, liquid or gas. It may be organic or inorganic. It may also be metallic or non-metallic. It may be renewable or non-renewable. That said, our editors analyse minerals (gold, copper, iron ore, oil and gas etc.) where you can make money. For that reason, you’re guaranteed to hear about the hottest news affecting commodities around the world.

Remember, with the exception of the air you breathe, everything you use in your daily life is made from commodities that are either grown or mined. The chair you are sitting on, the computer terminal you are viewing, the fiber optic cable bringing you this feed — all are products of agriculture or mining, the most basic of all industries.

Resource & Commodity Price Updates

There’s a lot to love about the resources sector. If you pick the right stock and you could make a fortune. For example, Sirius Resources was once a penny stock. In July 2012, the company hit the nickel-copper mother lode in Western Australia. That sent the share price skyrocketing from 5 cents to $2.50 by mid-2013. If you’re looking to invest in the next Sirius Resources, you have come to the right place. We provide investment advice on the hottest resource stocks, with massive potential.

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The US Shale Industry Hoax
What if US shale — the very commodity that was supposed to make the US energy independent — is nothing more than a hoax? And what if drillers have in fact been pumping away drilling at the ‘low hanging fruit’?
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The ‘Fortescue of Nickel’
I’ve found what could be the next FMG; albeit the nickel version. Many people laughed at me for recommending this stock to readers. But that’s their loss. The stock is up nearly 100% from a few weeks ago...
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Fire and Fury? Markets Don’t Care
That’s how much the S&P/ASX 200, Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nikkei 225 fell respectively on Thursday on the back of Trump’s ‘fire and fury’ tweets in relation to North Korea.