Disasters have a way of creating big investment opportunities in their wake. It happened last April after the massive Gulf oil spill. And now it’s happening again in Japan. Following the Macondo Gulf blowout in Read More >>
Andrew Gordon is an editorial contributor for Early To Rise Investor’s Edition. He has 20 years of experience working in infrastructure and environmental projects around the world. When he wasn’t traveling, he taught marketing and finance courses at the state university of Maryland.
Mr. Gordon has authored several books for McGraw Hill and other publishing companies on energy markets, global countertrade practices and the hot growth sectors of China and Russia.
He is also a top-rated speaker at financial conferences.
A dangerous group of American exchanges is attracting money from thousands of investors. These exchanges are nothing like the Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, or S&P 500. You can’t buy well-known companies like GE or McDonald’s Read More >>
Today, I’m going to tell you about the safest investment you can make — in a sector with government-backed profits generating amazing returns for shareholders…
No commodity has disappointed more than uranium. But don’t let that put you off. Now is the perfect time to become a uranium buyer. (I’m assuming that you’re not the head of state of either North Korea or Iran!) Prices hit $136 in 2007 and then began a long pullback to around $40. They bottomed in April and have since rebounded to the $50 per pound level.
De-coupling lives again, but I wouldn’t bet the farm on it. Remember when it made the rounds over a year ago? The idea was that even if the U.S. economy caught pneumonia, the rest of the world would at worst get a bad cough. It was argued that Europe and China were much less reliant on the U.S. economy than ever before. And China, with its massive import needs, would also keep economies from Brazil to Australia humming.