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Bullish on Precious Metals
Gold and Silver should be positive in 2019 and 2020, forecast analysts at ABN AMRO. Platinum to catch up with Palladium. The analysts expect a lower dollar, lower US Treasury yields, a recovery of the Chinese yuan and higher jewellery demand.

Stocks that are Likely to Benefit from Infrastructure Rebuilding
Argus Research analysts have designed a portfolio of BUY-rated companies in sectors that will likely benefit from government investment into infrastructure rebuilding.

Precious Metals Outlook 2019
Metals Focus, one of the world’s leading precious metals consultancies, discusses the latest developments in the precious metals space and gives their outlook for gold, silver, platinum and palladium in 2019.

Bull & Bear Insider
Opinions and Strategies from leading analysts, money managers on the equity markets and precious metals.

Resource Investor Newsletter Digest
Seasoned investment advisors and traders offer their outlook and strategies for the resource sector. Oil & Gas stocks, Precious Metals in 2019.

Oil Prices in 2019
Oversupply, faltering growth to weigh on oil prices in 2019. Survey of 32 economists and analysts forecast average crude oil price.

Dollar Outlook Muddy
The outlook of the dollar remains muddy in 2019, traditionally precious metals tend to do well in the first quarters supported by seasonal demand.