Gold and Energy Advisor: Gold, Oil & Energy Markets Investment Research
James DiGeorgia, Mr. Macro
- Chief Editor -
Mr. Macro
Geoff Garbacz, Mr. Micro
- Chief Strategist -
Mr. Micro
Dan Hassey, Mr. Retirement
- Senior Stock Analyst -
Mr. Retirement

GEA Newsletters: 2013

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The Peak Oil Myth (October 29, 2013)
In this month’s issue, I’d like to do something a little different that I think you’ll enjoy. I’ve asked my longtime trading partner Geoff Garbacz to take the reins and share with you his unique take on the resource markets. You’ll be able to see exactly why I consider Geoff to be such a powerful asset in our partnership. > More >

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Why the Skyrocketing Cost of Gold Production Will Launch Gold's Next $750-$1,000 Jump in Price... (June 28, 2013)
During the next leg of gold’s bull market, inflation and fear will take a back seat to the basic supply/demand fundamentals! The first leg of the current bull market in gold was driven by fear and financial market panic. The next leg of this bull market will be driven by the skyrocketing cost of gold production, which will trigger an enormous number of mine closures. EXTRA-EXTRA: Why only a fool would bet against oil stocks as hurricane season begins! > More >

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Gold Prices Plunge! What Does This Mean For Its Future? (May 1, 2013)
The yellow metal is down 24 percent from its highs. Is this the end of the gold bull? Or is it a temporary correction? I believe it’s temporary! In fact, I expect to see huge amounts of capital flowing back into gold, taking the prices far above their previous highs. Here’s why! > More >

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Don't Be Deceived: The Shortage of Cheap Oil is Real, and Long-Lasting! (March 19, 2013)
Recent media reports claim that new reserves like the Bakken formation will provide abundant oil, make America self-sufficient, and bring oil prices back down. Rubbish! Oil prices will remain high for years to come. Here are seven reasons why! > More >

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Coming Your Way: Debt Defaults and a Bond Meltdown! (February 20, 2013)
While Congress bickers about spending cuts and prepares to fight over the debt ceiling—again!—there are not one but two far more serious financial crises approaching. As investors, we can and must prepare for the fallout. Thankfully, there’s one single investment that’s positioned to profit from both of these crises. That’s our topic this month! > More >

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Will the Bond Market Melt Down in 2013? (January 30, 2013)
The ongoing circus in Washington has grave implications for the US bond market, and therefore for your investments as well. This month: the three major threats to the bond market, and three paths to making big profits from the current turmoil! > More >

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