Sam Wahab: Coal and Natural Gas Stocks That Could Profit in a Topsy-Turvy Global Market

From the coal beds of Indonesia to oil and gas fields throughout Europe, Sam Wahab of the London-based investment firm Seymour Pierce is a master at spotting investment opportunities in the topsy-turvy world of fluctuating energy prices. In this interview with The Energy Report, he deftly defines the structural problems affecting gas and . . . → Read More: Sam Wahab: Coal and Natural Gas Stocks That Could Profit in a Topsy-Turvy Global Market

Oil and Gas Volatility Creates Winners and Losers: Robert Cooper

Price movements, distribution problems, drilling rig availability and regulatory factors have all come into play this year, providing both challenges and opportunities for junior companies, according to Robert Cooper, senior oil and gas analyst at Haywood Securities. But change has been good for some of the companies he follows, and in this interview . . . → Read More: Oil and Gas Volatility Creates Winners and Losers: Robert Cooper

Doug Casey Predicts Day of Economic Reckoning Is Near

It is a deal with the devil: Governments churn out more and more cash for the promise of continued prosperity. But the day of reckoning is near, according to Doug Casey, chairman of Casey Research and an expert on crisis investing. As the epic battle between inflation and deflation continues, Casey discusses his . . . → Read More: Doug Casey Predicts Day of Economic Reckoning Is Near

Falling Oil Prices Offer Great Stock Buying Opportunities: Byron King

The “experts” had been talking about oil prices going to $130 per barrel. Now there’s talk of $50–60 per barrel oil. Either end of that spectrum is not sustainable in the long run, says Byron King. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, he explains why he believes prices will settle in . . . → Read More: Falling Oil Prices Offer Great Stock Buying Opportunities: Byron King

Bob Moriarty: A Contrarian's Guide to Volatile Markets

Trotting the globe in his unrelenting quest for investing opportunities, Bob Moriarty had just completed a 21,000-mile travel-a-thon when he picked up the phone for this exclusive interview with The Gold Report. He liked a lot of what he saw, found plenty of bargains along the way and is willing to name names. . . . → Read More: Bob Moriarty: A Contrarian’s Guide to Volatile Markets

How to Speculate Your Way to Success: Doug Casey

So far, 2012 has been a banner year for the stock market, which recently closed the books on its best first quarter in 14 years. But Casey Research Chairman Doug Casey insists that time is running out on the ticking time bombs. Next week when Casey Research’s spring summit gets underway, Casey will . . . → Read More: How to Speculate Your Way to Success: Doug Casey

Variant Perception: A Primer on the Euro Breakup

You may have already noticed that this one has been going the rounds. The piece is mainly driven by my colleague Jonathan Tepper’s work on the history of currency union breakups and how they work (or don’t).

It is a big piece in its entirety but the different sections can be read as standalone arguments. . . . → Read More: Variant Perception: A Primer on the Euro Breakup

Gold Profits from World Turmoil: Carlos Andres

Volatile markets. Natural disasters. Geopolitical turmoil. Last year was definitely one for the record books, according to Carlos Andres, managing editor and publisher of the Frontier Research Report. With the world in turmoil, is there any upside for mining investors? Andres believes there is for investors courageous enough to look past the perceived . . . → Read More: Gold Profits from World Turmoil: Carlos Andres

Gold Volatility Breeds Equity Opportunities: Mike Niehuser

Volatility in the markets isn’t going away any time soon and Mike Niehuser, founder of Beacon Rock Research, expects 2012 to be a year of extreme swings. Niehuser draws parallels to the beginning of 2009, which was a short period of time that produced some very high returns. In this exclusive Gold Report . . . → Read More: Gold Volatility Breeds Equity Opportunities: Mike Niehuser

Solid BitCoin Consolidation Finally Bears A BitCoin Breakout

Few assets are as volatile as BitCoins have been. Over the past 365 days they have ranged from about $0.05 to over $30. After a solid consolidation BitCoins have now broken out and the next upleg appears to have appeared with a 35% rise in the past 10 days.

BitCoin makes this . . . → Read More: Solid BitCoin Consolidation Finally Bears A BitCoin Breakout