September 29, 2008

The Commodities Investor Provides a Practical Guide to Making Money From the Commodities Supercycle

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "The Commodities Investor: A Practical Guide to Making Money from the Commodities Supercycle" report to their offering.

In 2007/08 the commodity story reached epic proportions as rising demand, limited supply and volatile stock markets collided to send the cost of resources and agricultural commodities sky high across the globe.

This perfect storm - this soaring want and need for everything from oil to gold, from corn to natural gas, sent markets, investors and the media into a frenzied state.

But this was not just some random hyperbole - prices for food, energy and metals were firmly on the up. And the demand for energy resources, metals, both precious and industrial as well as agricultural commodities, especially from the vast populations of the world's emerging economies, such as China and India, was insatiable.

This new book, from (experienced commodities investor/ trading expert?) Philip Scott, examines the advantages of investing in the commodities supercycle and explores how to make money at a time when commodities appear to be almost immune to the turmoil besieging stock markets across the globe.

Including detailed chapters on the four main commodities; energy, precious metals, agriculture and base metals, this unique book gives guidance on how to invest as well as highlighting the potential route for the emerging market.

This is a comprehensive and detailed guide to the commodities supercycle and a must for anyone looking to invest in this area of the trading arena.

 Key Topics Covered:  Energy -Overview -Oil -Natural Gas (& coal) -Energy - How to Invest  Precious Metals -Overview -Gold -Platinum -Palladium -Silver -Precious Metals - How to Invest  Agriculture -Overview -Corn -Soybeans -Wheat -Agriculture - How to Invest  Base metals -Overview -Aluminium -Copper -Nickel -Zinc -Base Metals - How to Invest  The Emerging Market's Route  Final words 

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