When governments pursue overly stringent policies that discourage profitability and innovation, wealth leaves.
With a rapidly growing middle class and rising urbanization, Chinese leaders know they need to fill their country's tremendous energy demands and are continually finding innovative ways to keep their country powered.
Gold isn't quite as passé as is Warren Buffett and others would like to believe.
Victory depends on what the market does in the next few critical months.
The economy is struggling, but the potential is strong and solid investments abound.
Finding a fellow commodity bull is about as rare as finding a positive story in the media, especially when you look at the results of metals and natural resources during the first half of 2012.
Don't be limited by linear thinking in your portfolio. As an alternative to low-yielding Treasury bonds, consider resource stocks that pay dividends.
A New York Times raised doubt about the accuracy of China's data. Whether true or not, China must make sure investors have accurate information.
Hold tight to your convictions, gold investors.
We won't know how Europe cleans up its debt mess for a while, but we're pretty sure the story ends well for gold.