James Dines Still Bullish on Rare Earths
In advance of his eagerly awaited annual forecast, Gold-bug James Dines has notified subscribers that he feels certain rare earth element stocks are "very Oversold."
Some Rare Earth mining stocks are already responding to his newsletter.
Only subscribers are privy to the few actual stocks which he recommends but, having been proven correct in so many instances over several decades, including when he strongly recommended Gold in 2000-2001 as a long-term holding and warned of the housing bubble years before the crash, many savvy investors watch his recommendations carefully.
These rare-earth oxides are used as tracers to determine which parts of a watershed are eroding. Clockwise from top center: praseodymium, cerium, lanthanum, neodymium, samarium, and gadolinium.
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One thing which separates Mr. Dines' recommendations from those of many other investment advisers (besides his high success rate) is his emphasis on where his subscribers should invest just the risk portion of their portfolios as opposed to what he calls his core holdings in previous metals which he has (correctly) recommended for years. Recall that gold has been up every year since 2000, outpacing all averages and most individual stocks.
Mr. Dines is always looking for the next BIG hidden investment and with his High Risk portfolio always "swings for the fences."
In his newsletters and books Mr. Dines also tries to educate subscribers in just how he makes his investment decisions so they can apply his methods for themselves.
He was one of the originators of "visual analysis" or charting and combines this with fundamental market analysis and his look at individual companies, thus integrating several different methods of picking potential market winners.
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