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Bullish on Precious Metals
Gold and Silver should be positive in 2019 and 2020, forecast analysts at ABN AMRO. Platinum to catch up with Palladium. The analysts expect a lower dollar, lower US Treasury yields, a recovery of the Chinese yuan and higher jewellery demand.

Stocks that are Likely to Benefit from Infrastructure Rebuilding
Argus Research analysts have designed a portfolio of BUY-rated companies in sectors that will likely benefit from government investment into infrastructure rebuilding.

Precious Metals Outlook 2019
Metals Focus, one of the world’s leading precious metals consultancies, discusses the latest developments in the precious metals space and gives their outlook for gold, silver, platinum and palladium in 2019.

Bull & Bear Insider
Opinions and Strategies from leading analysts, money managers on the equity markets and precious metals.

Resource Investor Newsletter Digest
Seasoned investment advisors and traders offer their outlook and strategies for the resource sector. Oil & Gas stocks, Precious Metals in 2019.

Oil Prices in 2019
Oversupply, faltering growth to weigh on oil prices in 2019. Survey of 32 economists and analysts forecast average crude oil price.

Dollar Outlook Muddy
The outlook of the dollar remains muddy in 2019, traditionally precious metals tend to do well in the first quarters supported by seasonal demand.

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Gold Set for Good Gains, but Silver Could Be Big Surprise of 2019 – Top gold forecaster, Ross Norman, Sharps Pixley, sees higher prices for gold, silver and palladium in 2019, but says the outlook for platinum looks weak. Norman give his forecast for the average, high and low prices for gold, silver, platinum and palladium in 2019.

Top Gold Stock Picks for 2019 – The MoneyShow editorial team surveyed the nation’s leading newsletter advisors and investment experts asking for their Top Picks of 2019. Here investment experts known for their high-quality research and long-term track record of success give their Top Gold Stock Picks for 2019.

GOLD: The Ultimate Store of Value – In a Special Report, John Ing, Maison Placements, says Gold’s bull market has just begun. He targets Gold $2,200. Ing reviews Barrick Gold, B2Gold, Centerra Gold, Kinross Gold, Kirkland Lake Gold, Goldcorp, IAMGOLD, McEwen Mining and New Gold.

Bull & Bear Insider – Opinions and Strategies from leading analysts, money managers on Gold, Silver, Acquisition Targets, Lab-Grown Diamonds, Jay Taylor’s Turning Hard Times into Good Times broadcast.

There’s a Golden Shelter From Recession With These Miners – There’s a better potential haven than gold for investors spooked by the risk of a recession this year – mid-sized producers who’ve outperformed both bullion and the rest of the mining industry.

Mr. Trump is Good for Gold
With so much fear stalking the world, John Ing, President & CEO of Maison Placements Canada, believes gold will post new cyclical highs, exceeding the last peak of $1,921, reached in 2011. Ing reviews Agnico Eagle Mines, Barrick Gold Corporation, Detour Gold, IAMGOLD, Kinross Gold, Kirkland Lake Gold, and Newmont Goldcorp.

China’s Pig Herd to Recover in 2020 after African Swine Fever Devastation
China's hog production capacity should bottom out before the end of 2019 after outbreaks of African swine fever decimated the world's biggest pig herd.

No Choice But To Invest In Oil, Shell CEO says
Royal Dutch Shell still sees abundant opportunity to make money from oil and gas in coming decades even as investors and governments increase pressure on energy companies over climate change.

U.S. Oil Output Seen Rising to Record 12.26 mln bpd in 2019
U.S. crude production is expected to rise by 1.27 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2019 to a record 12.26 million bpd, said the U.S. Energy Information Administration, slightly above its previous forecast for a rise of 1.25 million bpd.

U.S. Races to Build Critical Minerals Alliances
President Donald Trump's offer to buy Greenland didn't go down well with either the inhabitants of the world's largest island or with Denmark.

Trump says Ethanol Deal will be around 16 Billion Gallons
President Donald Trump said his administration's proposal to boost the biofuels market next year would bring the amount of corn-based ethanol mixed into the nation's fuel to about 16 billion gallons (60.6 billion liters).

Rio Tinto sees Rosy Future for Diamonds Despite end of Argyle
Rio Tinto is exploring for diamonds in Canada as part of its plans to stay in the sector despite the looming closure of its Argyle mine in Australia, known for extremely rare pink diamonds.

COMMODITIES – Reuters Technical Analysis Q4 Outlook 2019
Crude oil may rally in Q4, driven by a powerful c wave while Spot gold is seen rangebound before rising. Copper may keep on bouncing while aluminium may fall. Grains and softs look very bullish, as they may well have reversed their long-term downtrend. Palm oil was back on its long-term downtrend. Wang Tao, Reuters market analyst for commodities gives his technical analysis for Q4 2019 for U.S. Oil, Brent Oil, Palm Oil, Spot Gold, Spot Silver, LME Copper, LME Aluminium, CBOT Soybeans, CBOT Corn, CBOT Wheat, NY Coffee, NY Cocoa, and the Dollar Index.
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Gold May Keep Australia the “Lucky Country” if Commodity Exports Stumble
Is Australia the ultimate commodity hedge? Gold is Australia's fourth-most valuable commodity export, behind iron ore, LNG and coking coal used in steel-making.

The End of the Central Bank Gold Agreement
The fourth Central Bank Gold Agreement expired on 26th September 2019. Prior to that, the European Central Bank and 21 other central banks, that are signatories to the fourth CBGA, announced that the Agreement will not be renewed.

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