Beyond Bulls & Bears

The Glistening Project: Why Some Investors Are Looking Again at Gold
Equity

The Glistening Project: Why Some Investors Are Looking Again at Gold

For some investors, increasing exposure to gold has been a knee-jerk reaction to bouts of heightened financial market volatility. Franklin Equity Group’s Steve Land says there’s more to gold than that. And he explains why he’s positive about both the prospects for gold and for gold equities.

The Electrifying Outlook for Metals Demand
Equity

The Electrifying Outlook for Metals Demand

“Overall, we see a positive backdrop developing over the next decade for metals tied to the global roll-out of electric vehicles, and see opportunity in natural resource companies with exposure to the key building blocks of an electrified future.” – Steve Land, Franklin Equity Group

Why Gold-Mining Stocks Could Regain Some Luster
Equity

Why Gold-Mining Stocks Could Regain Some Luster

“It seems to us that gold’s inability to hold a rally over the last 18 months has created fatigue with investors. As a result, many investors have felt they should sell into rallies. However, given the overall global macroeconomic backdrop, this view may be creating an interesting opportunity for longer-term investors.” – Steve Land, Franklin Equity Group

A Golden Opportunity?
Equity

A Golden Opportunity?

Precious metals and mining stocks generally struggled in 2015 amid multi-year lows for both precious and industrial metals prices, but 2016 is off ...

Are Gold Stocks Oversold?

Are Gold Stocks Oversold?

New Year’s Vantage Point: Fred Fromm, Steve Land and Matthew Adams

New Year’s Vantage Point: Fred Fromm, Steve Land and Matthew Adams