Profits from Natural Resources: How to Make Big Money Investing in Metals, Food, and Energy
Though traditionally popular investment vehicles, natural resources lost momentum over the past few years with the advent of financial futures and the continued growth of the U.S. stock market. However, they are now experiencing a renaissance as an increased tightening of oil, gas, grains, metals, and other natural resources is transforming them into a virtual, if not literal, goldmine of opportunity. Written by commodities expert Roland A. Jansen, Profits from Natural Resources provides a thorough overview of this explosive asset class, examining both the current natural resources picture and the outlook for their future performance. With complete details on the global supply and demand scenario, it explains what has fueled the renewed interest in natural resources, which industries are the major players, and which stocks and mutual funds have the greatest upward potential. Most importantly, in addition to the why's of playing the natural resource markets, Jansen provides the how's, presenting a solid game plan for investing prudently in traditional resources like grains and metals, as well as in such alternative resources as solar energy, wind energy, and hydrogen and fuel cell technology.
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ABOUT ROLAND JANSEN THE AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK:
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Regulatory Action initiated by: SEC Other Federal State SRO Foreign (Full name of regulator, foreign financial regulatory authority, federal, state, or SRO) U.S. COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION
Civil and Administrative Penalt(ies) /Fine(s)
Date Initiated : 01/01/1978 Exact Explanation
MR. JANSEN RECALLS THAT THE INCIDENT WAS INITIATED (AND RESOLVED) IN 1978.
MERRILL LYNCH PIERCE FENNER AND SMITH
WHILE WORKING FOR MERRILL LYNCH PIERCE FENNER AND SMITH IN ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, IN 1978, MR. JANSEN TRADED A CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ON A DISCRETIONARY BASIS WITHOUT OBTAINING AN EXECUTED POWER OF ATTORNEY OVER SAID ACCOUNT.
Resolution Date 12/31/1978 Exact Explanation
MR. JANSEN RECALLS THAT THE INCIDENT WAS RESOLVED IN 1978.
Monetary/Fine Amount: $ 1000 (1978)
Censure Cease and Desist/Injunction
Suspended by SEC
THE FINE OF US$1000 WAS PAID IN FULL TO THE CFTC IN 1978.
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WHILE WORKING FOR MERRILL LYNCH PIERCE FENNMER AND SMITH IN ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, IN 1978, MR. JANSEN TRADED A CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ON A DISCRETIONARY BASIS WITHOUT OBTAINING AN EXECUTED POWER OF ATTORNEY OVER SAID ACCOUNT. NO RECORDS HAVE BEEN LOCATED FOR THIS INCIDENT. HOWEVER, MR. JANSEN RECALLS THAT THE INCIDENT OCCURRED (AND WAS RESOLVED) IN 1978. MR. JANSEN RECALLS PAYING A FINE OF US$1000 TO THE CFTC.
The Facts Speak for Themselves
The Supply of Natural Resources
The Demand for Natural Resources
China the Swing Factor
The Influence of Our Ecology on Natural Resources
UNNATURAL PROFITS IN NATURAL RESOURCES
Investing in Natural Resources
Commodity Futures Funds
Mining and Metal Funds
Diversified Natural Resources Equity Funds
Nutrition and Food Distribution
The Full Investment Spectrum