(PRWEB) November 21, 2012
Investing Daily announced Thursday that it has made its latest investment research report available to the public. The report concludes that commodities investments are in the midst of a long-term bull market that is likely to run through the next decade, despite periodic ups and downs.
The report notes that investors are increasingly allocating a larger share of their capital to hard assets for three reasons: Quantitative easing in developed economies and loose monetary policies in the rest of the world; strong demand for infrastructure upgrades in developing economies such as India and China; and tight supply of hard assets.
Despite the bullish outlook, the report cautions investors that demand for commodities will not be uniform. To combat speculation, the report suggests that commodity investors should consider investing in commodity stocks that trade at reasonable valuations, and to be prepared to take profits off the table at opportune times.
“Most of our readers are not speculative investors; they are buy-and-hold investors who want their investments to work for them without having to keep an eye on the ticker every day. This is the type of investor I had in mind when writing my report. All the stocks mentioned in the report are well-established, diversified names with incredible growth opportunities. Many of them pay attractive dividends as well,” said Conrad.
The report is divided into five parts: Rare and Precious Metals, Industrial Metals, Agricultural Commodities, Energy and Criteria for Selecting Mining Stocks. The report also features investment research on ten individual commodity stocks.
“I wanted to educate the investment public about pervasive macroeconomic conditions in various commodities markets, but I also wanted to give them actionable intelligence that they could profit from, which is why I included analysis of individual stocks in the report as well,” added Conrad.
The report is one of 20 special stock research reports available for free on Investing Daily, and can be accessed by visiting: