Sprott Money Contact Form
 

Thank you for contacting Sprott Money.  We will respond to you within 1 business day.

 

Sincerely,


The Sprott Money Team


Sprott Money Ltd.
111 Queen St. East
Suite 501
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1S2
Canada

[t] 1.888.861.0775
[f] 416.861.9855
sales@sprottmoney.com
www.sprottmoney.com

Administrative office only - no walk-in sales.

 

Please Try Again After Some Time...
Please enter valid captcha
Name*
Email*
Comments*
Loading Image
Swipe to the left

Peter Diekmeyer

Is Canada ready for a female-run central bank? - Peter Diekmeyer (28/02/2018)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 years ago 20695 Views No comments

Women economists are more likely to favor high minimum wages, regulation and redistribution.

Read More

NAFTA debacle signals America’s increasingly desperate position - Peter Diekmeyer (29/01/2018)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 18484 Views 1 comment

Growing strains in the NAFTA process comprise a major setback for the Trump Administration.

Read More

Princess Ivanka is "Heartbroken". America Goes To War - Peter Diekmeyer (29/4/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 14394 Views 7 comments

The U.S. attack on Syria has left global-macro analysts scrambling to grasp the Trump Administration’s decision-making processes. Think “monarchy” and everything becomes much clearer.

Read More

Did A Blonde Blogger Inspire Trump’s Air Strikes on Syria? - Peter Diekmeyer (10/4/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 288282 Views 24 comments

Shock-blogger Lauren Southern’s call for “strong men” to defend Western civilization had seemingly little relation to monetary policy. Then Donald Trump ordered US attacks against a seventh Muslim country.

Read More

Trudeau to Trump: Drop Dead! (Implications for Gold) - Peter Diekmeyer (3/4/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 23853 Views 12 comments

The Trump Administration has threatened to withdraw US protection for NATO countries that don't spend 2% of their GDP on defence. Canada's Prime Minister isn't impressed.

Read More

How Solid are Canada’s Big Banks? - Peter Diekmeyer (22/3/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 26288 Views 2 comments

The WEF ranks Canada’s banks among the world’s safest. The country’s economy is strong. Competent regulators have tightened standards and delinquency rates are low. Really?

Read More

Gold Fundamentals Strong As PDAC Looms - Peter Diekmeyer (2/3/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 27533 Views No comments

Gold prices have advanced strongly since the start of the year. However, one expert says that tanking exploration budgets, a dearth of new high-quality deposits and the “fear trade” will provide continuing upside pressure as the year unfolds.

Read More

Gold Paradox Recalls Bruce Lee’s Fighting (and Investing) Advice - Peter Diekmeyer (16/2/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 11786 Views No comments

World Gold Council data released earlier this month reveal a paradox. Demand hit 4,389 tons during 2016, but mines produced only 3,236 tons. Yet despite differing supply demand fundamentals, gold prices rose by only 9%. What gives?

Read More

Dollar Vigilante Tells Americans to Get Assets Out - Peter Diekmeyer (3/2/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 27028 Views 2 comments

The Trump Administration’s big government, anti-trade, and border wall-policies have generated surprising support from Republicans, the Alt-Right, and even Libertarians. Jeff Berwick, publisher of the Dollar Vigilante newsletter, isn’t having any of it.

Read More

Bernier’s radical bid to stabilize consumer prices and make the CAD good as gold - Peter Diekmeyer (18/1/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 9527 Views 2 comments

Conservatives are rarely regarded as champions of the little guy. However leadership candidate Maxime Bernier’s proposal to reduce inflation to zero would sharply increase consumers’ spending power, boost savings and stabilize pensions.

Read More

Memo to Larry Summers: It’s Secular Saturation (Not Stagnation) - Peter Diekmeyer (4/1/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 10516 Views No comments

Donald Trump’s first challenge when he faces off with a new Congress later this month, will be addressing what Larry Summers calls “secular stagnation.” Investors need to hedge themselves against the possibility that America’s real problem is “secular saturation.”

Read More

Moen Slams Trade Skeptics, Lauds Gold - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 14502 Views No comments

Tim Moen, leader of the fast-growing Libertarian Party of Canada, took time off during the Holidays to provide insights into key issues facing the Canadian economy in 2017. One priority: partially divesting US dollar holdings and shoring up Canada’s gold reserves.

Read More

Megatrends 2020: What They Mean For Gold - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 20796 Views No comments

The advent of a Trump administration provides an excellent opportunity to speculate on how some key trends may play out during the coming four years.

Read More

Mallaby Knives Greenspan Following Gold Comments - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 12226 Views No comments

Two years ago, the former Fed chair humiliated the Council on Foreign Relations by publicly highlighting the US dollar’s inferiority to gold. Last month, with the release of The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan, its top hatchet-man struck back.

Read More

A Lion in Fiji: Berukoff Touts Buried Gold, Out of Country - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 years ago 27607 Views No comments

Despite recent pullbacks, junior miners, like Lion One Metals, have made big gains this year. Many provide surprising diversification characteristics and upside leverage to metal prices.

Read More

Archived Posts

Back to top