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Investing in Resources

By Adrian Day
Published by John Wiley - 2010
352 pages
Hardbound

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Investing in resource markets is quite different from other sector. It is extremely cyclical,has very long cycles, has continual mergers and acquisitions, and has huge capital needs. Written by industry pioneer Adrian Day, Investing in Resources: How to Profit from the Outsized Potential and Avoid the Risks details the factors that affect investing in resource markets, and how, if an investor understands those factors, the resource market can be a great place to realize very strong gains. The book

  • Explains the major factors driving resource prices higher, including new demand from China and the difficulty in finding new economic resources
  • Discusses how the resource industry is changing and addresses where we are in the "Super Cycle"
  • Details how to profit by investing in base metals, gold, silver, and agriculture, while explaining the peculiar political, environmental, and social risks inherent in resource markets

In recent years, deciding how to minimize the excessive risks of investing in resource markets has provden difficult for even the most experienced investors. Thanks to Investing in Resources, the task of how and where to invest in this lucrative market is made easier. In fact, there has never been a better time to invest in the resources market. And there's never been a better book than this to help you grasp the risk and reap the benefits of this incredible investment opportunity.

 



 
 
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