Sprott Money News
The mainstream media continue to spin this narrative that all is well in the economy. They have to paint this beautiful and rosy picture for the public and hope beyond all hope that they will buy into it, hook, line and sinker.Read More
Britain was never fully married to the EU; she was more a “woman on the side,” but in this case, it was the woman that was picking up the tab for the affair.Read More
- SM Radio
This week, Eric Sprott assesses the recent pullback in the metals and miners. Eric also discusses the context and reaction to Chair Yellen's speech at Jackson Hole.
This week, Eric Sprott discusses the latest FOMC minutes, the struggling global economy and the continued interest in the mining shares.Read More
This week, Eric Sprott discusses the lousy U.S. economy, the global move toward negative interest rates and the impact on gold and silver prices.Read More
- Ask The Expert
Our Ask the Expert for August 2016 is David Jensen of Jensen Strategic. Mr. Jensen currently serves as President and COO of a private mining company and provides strategic, operational, risk assessment, and precious metals consulting services.Read More
Our Ask the Expert for July 2016 is Rob Kirby of Kirby Analytics. Rob writes about the markets - and his book - from a "gold bug's" point of view.Read More
Our Ask the Expert for June 2016 is Brent Cook. Brent Cook is an independent exploration analyst with 30 years of experience in both property economics and geology evaluations.Read More
- Sprott's Thoughts
The recent Sprott Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver assembled some of the most accomplished builders & explorers in the natural resource space.
Following the conference, a few industry leaders were kind enough to share their thoughts on the current state of the resource market with Sprott’s Thoughts readers.Read More
What a difference 7 months can make for the gold and silver industry. In early January, precious metals were unloved and showing no signs of snapping their multi-year bear market. Very few believed they still provided valuable diversification within a portfolio. At the time, gold was hovering around $1,050 an ounce and some companies were mining gold at a loss.Read More