Commodity Bulls

Discussion in 'Trading' started by PAPA ROACH, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. Posting this for future reference.

    Commodities Spike Starting a Long-Term Bull Market: Expert
    Published: Wednesday, 7 Oct 2009 | 4:54 PM ET Text Size By: Krystina Gustafson
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    Commodities prices are on the rise, with gold hitting another nominal high on Wednesday.

    Rob Lutts, founder and chief investment officer at Cabot Money Management, and Kevin Kerr, president and chief trading officer at Kerr Trading International, shared their investment strategies.

    Kerr's Outlook:

    Although oil prices have recently steadied around $70, Kerr remains bullish on the commodity, he said. Though there is little short-term opportunity, he's approaching it on a long-term basis.

    "My real fear is that during this time of lower prices...we've invested nothing in infrastructure, we're not drilling offshore, all that talk about alternatives, nothing's happening right now," he said.

    "When demand does come back, [its going to] come back and slap us in the face and there will be even less supply this time around."

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    Kerr said he sees the spike in commodities as the beginning stages of a "serious" bull market, caused by a paradigm shift in the dollar.

    Lutts' Outlook:

    Lutts agreed that oil is entering a bullish phase, adding that gold is another good place for investors to protect their portfolios.

    "It's very hard to know shorter term, but longer term I think we're going to see higher prices," he said. "It's all related to the emerging market demand, and that works into gold as well."

    Platinum is also a good buy as the auto industry starts to rebound, he said.

    Lutts' Picks:

    SPDR Gold Trust [GLD 103.27 0.909 (+0.89%) ]

    Market Vectors Gold Miners [GDX 48.87 0.97 (+2.03%) ]

    Powershares Global Gold & Precious Metals Portfolio

    [PSAU 38.3091 0.7431 (+1.98%) ]

    Barrick Gold [ABX 39.80 0.52 (+1.32%) ]
  2. I am long Gold right now. I think the dollar has more to go on its decline.
  3. wtfauoa


    At what level are you long gold from?