Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: GLD and SLV in my week...
You're invited to Jim's free webinar on commodity stocks on Thursday
04/03/2013 6:44 pm EST
The topic is The Commodity Super-Cycle is Long Dead: Long Live the Commodity Super-Cycle
Time for the live presentation is 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. ET on Thursday April 4.
And it’s free.
My friends at MoneyShow are hosting.
You can get info on the whole eMoneyShow magillah (and my picture too) here https://www.moneyshow.com/events/eShows/
And you can sign up to see the show live or later here http://secure.moneyshow.com/Virtual_Show_Reg/e1ms/registration.asp?sid=E1MS13&scode=030998. (If you watch the live version, you can ask me questions at the end and I'll answer as many as I can.)
Remember when commodity stocks were supposed to go up and up and up forever because endless demand from the economies of China, India, Brazil, and the rest of the developing world would drive commodity prices higher and higher.
Isn’t working like that right now. Prices for shares of producers of coal and natural gas are buried in a slump that looks endless on some days. Even shares of producers of oil and copper are struggling—if you want to be kind.
So what happened? Is the Supercycle dead? Did it ever really exist?
In this webinar I’m going to explain why the story of a demand-driven Supercycle for commodities was and is absolutely true and how neglect of the supply side of the commodity Supercycle has produced losses that have convinced some investors to throw the cycle out with the bathwater. And I’ll explain why, if you understand the supply side, you can still make good money from the Supercycle scenario. I’ll take a look at the demand and supply side stories in coal, oil, natural gas, copper, and fertilizers. I’ll give you the 10 stocks that I use as portfolio manager of Jubak Global Equity Fund (JUBAX) to trade the ups and downs in the short-term supply/demand cycles that exist within the Supercycle and that I’d like to own for the long-run cycle. And I’ll even sketch out why water—if you can find a way to play it—is the best commodity Supercycle story of all.
RSVP NOW here http://secure.moneyshow.com/Virtual_Show_Reg/e1ms/registration.asp?sid=E1MS13&scode=030998.
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