Down-Under Energy Opportunities: Ivor Ries

Most investors may not have Australian resource companies on their radar screens, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some great opportunities worth pursuing Down Under. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Ivor Ries, utilities and energy analyst at E.L. & C. Baillieu Stockbroking Ltd., one of Australia’s oldest securities firms, . . . → Read More: Down-Under Energy Opportunities: Ivor Ries

Stock Market Repeating Itself: Michael Ballanger

The resource markets have weathered some death defying ups and downs lately. But Michael Ballanger, senior investment advisor with Toronto-based Union Securities, is looking for a renewed period of growth in the TSX Venture Composite Index. Is it too soon to see such a heady rebound? In this exclusive interview with The Gold . . . → Read More: Stock Market Repeating Itself: Michael Ballanger

Brazil, Russia, India and China: Forces to Be Reckoned With

In a 2001 research paper entitled “Dreaming with BRICs: the Path to 2050,” investment bank Goldman Sachs introduced the notion that Brazil, Russia, India and China could surge to become four of the largest economies in the world. Since then, they’ve been racking up growth figures that make it seem intensely possible.

There’s no . . . → Read More: Brazil, Russia, India and China: Forces to Be Reckoned With