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Apr
25
Tim Lambert
The Bull Market Continues for the Natural Resources Sector
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  Led by United States Natural Gas (NYSE: UNG), the bull market continues for the natural resources sector. United States Natural Gas is up for the last week, month, quarter, six months, and year of market action.  For 2014, the UNG has soared by more than 26 percent.  As a sign of the positive outlook […]

Apr
23
Tim Lambert
North America is Bullish for Natural Resource Investing
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Recent activity demonstrates the appeal of natural resource companies operating in North America ranging in size from blue chips such as Suncor Energy (NYSE: SU) and Goldcorp (NYSE: GG) to promising small caps such as Mondial Ventures (OTC: MNVN) and Premier Exploration (OTC: PMMEF).  Suncor Energy and Goldcorp are Canadian companies in oil and natural […]

Apr
14
Tim Lambert
Natural Resource Sector is Holding Up Well
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  While the Dow Jones Industrial Average (NYSE: DIA) and the Standard and Poor’s 500 Index (NYSE: SPY) are declining, securities in the natural resources are holding up well.  United States Natural Gas (NYSE: UNG), the exchange traded fund for the natural gas sector, is up for the last week, month, quarter, six months, and […]

Apr
11
John Murphy
Global Turmoil Continues to Favor Natural Resource Stocks
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SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD), the exchange traded fund for gold, is up nearly 2.50 percent for the last week of market action.  United States Oil (NYSE: USO), the exchange traded fund for oil, is up nearly 3 percent for the last week of trading (chart below).  Chaos around the world has investors heading for […]

Mar
26
Tim Lambert
“Force Majeure” in Africa Highlights Appeal of American Natural Resource
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Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS-B), Europe’s biggest oil firm, has declared “force majeure” again for its contracts in Nigeria due to hostilities. That means it is not bound to the contractual obligations.  There is also trouble in other natural resource sectors in Africa, such as gold and copper. Tension is not limited to Africa, however, […]

Mar
24
John Murphy
In a World of Turmoil, Where to Invest?
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When major oil companies such as Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-B) and Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY) are selling off assets in troubled areas according to an article in the Financial Times, investors are naturally placing a premium on stability.  The crisis in the Ukraine is making that even more important.  That is why more are turning […]

Mar
14
John Murphy
Short Term Dip in Oil, but Long Term Bull
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United States Oil (NYSE: USO), the exchange traded fund for the industry is down for the last week of market action.  So is United States Natural Gas (NYSE: UNG), the exchange traded fund for natural gas.  That was almost sure to happen as short term factors such as cold weather in the United States and […]

Nov
27
Tim Lambert
Down Two Years, Gold Will Rebound
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As investing is the act of buying the future income stream of an asset, buyers should look upon gold being down for two years in a row as an opportunity. For 2013, SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD), the main exchange traded fund for The Yellow Metal, is down more than 25% for 2013 (chart at […]