Five Factors in a Constructive Strategy for Investing in Commodities

Investing in commodities is something that needs to be done within a constructive strategy to understands risks and opportunity. There are many factors to consider individually depending on one’s access, location and financial position. Five factors to consider are monitoring the market, monitoring supply and demand dynamics, diversification, long-term focus and dollar cost averaging. Constructive Strategy Investing in Commodities Could Include: 1. Monitoring the market: Stay up to date on the latest market developments and adjust your investment strategy as … Continue reading “Five Factors in a Constructive Strategy for Investing in Commodities”

Fund Manager Misery with Capitulation and Sentiment at Lehman Collapse Levels – BofA Survey

BofA Global Fund Manager Survey revealed the lowest equity allocation since Lehman Bros and the highest cash levels since 2001 as fund managers slashed their exposure to risk assets. These levels have not seen even during the global financial crisis. The markets in response on Tuesday in a sign of full capitulation amid a “dire” economic outlook rallied sharply by early afternoon the Dow at 31765.50 was +691.01 or +2.22%, Nasdaq 11695.85 +335.83 +2.96% and the SP 500 3931.38 +100.46 … Continue reading “Fund Manager Misery with Capitulation and Sentiment at Lehman Collapse Levels – BofA Survey”

Norway Sovereign Wealth ‘Oil’ Fund Hits $US 1 Trillion

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund ‘The Fund’ just reached a massive $US1 trillion in value. The so called ‘oil fund’ is the envy of most countries, particularly countries with large commodity resources such as Saudi Arabia and Australia. Norway is a lesson in foresight and saving for the future and taking account of finite resources and their limitations. This is the antithesis of the US Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan who live in hope and kick the can down the … Continue reading “Norway Sovereign Wealth ‘Oil’ Fund Hits $US 1 Trillion”