Category Archives: Education

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How to Select The Best Asset Type

There are many ways to make money in resource investing, extremes in cycles and employing leverage are paramount, however your ability to take full advantage of the asymmetric strategy (small risk versus huge reward) is predicated on using the right type of asset. Several members have asked me about ETFs, or a specific sector index, […]

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Return Original Investment Calculation – The Roy Calc

If you want to build tour wealth, you need to take profits. The hard part to figure, is just that…where do I take profits? Unless you take profits, you ain’t gonna get rich. So, since we hope that our speculative plays turn into long-term investments, and most of them will return multiples on the original […]

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AA Investing Methology

The resource sector, which includes energy and commodities, is a volatile place. The average standard deviation of the energy sector over the years is north of 20 percent, and commodities isn’t far behind at nearly 19 percent. This is far and above other sectors. And this year that level of volatility will totally eclipse the […]

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The Big Idea – Portfolio Framework

This service is about investing and speculating in natural resources. However we do this in the context of the ideal portfolio. And that portfolio is based on a recession-proof model made popular by Artemis Capital and Chris Cole, it’s called the Dragon Portfolio. He published a paper called The Allegory of the Hawk and Serpent […]

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The Practice of Sit and Wait Investing

Most traders and investors think they must be constantly in pursuit of alpha, they are the pursuit predator, more trades mean more profit. They are willing to take lesser odds so long as they can make incremental profits., Take small risks, with mediocre strategies, and make small profits, and just keep that going like a […]

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