With gold prices reaching new highs recently, investors are
seeking ways to profit from the yellow metal. At the same time, they’re risk
averse – and for good reason. The stock market has been extremely volatile
over the past year.
So Gregor Macdonald, Energy Analyst with Energy World
Profits recently detailed a simple, two point plan for investing in gold. Mr.
Macdonald has over 20 years experience as an analyst in the energy sector,
but he still thinks gold has some room to run as investors around the world
want to get out of currency, and into the security of physical gold.
To take full advantage of the trend, Mr. Macdonald has been
buying shares of profitable gold mining companies, and reinvesting the
profits into cheap Canadian oil companies.
The strategy allows him to move his net worth out of risky
U.S. dollars, and at the same time diversify his holdings into separate and
distinct asset classes.
When oil companies dip in price, he can sell shares of gold
stock and scoop some up.
It’s the perfect way to invest in gold and oil while at the
same time avoiding the whipsaw action of the broad market.
Mr. Macdonald recently worked with Chief Investment
Strategist Ian Wyatt of Wyatt Investment Research to put together a full
report on the best North American oil companies. Investors interested in
North American oil opportunities can get a copy of Bakken Profits: 3 Top
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