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Sprott Gold Report: Cryptocurrencies, Solid Gold or Just a Flash in the Pan? - John Ciampaglia (16/04/2018)

By John Ciampaglia 11 days ago 546 Views No comments

One prominent 2017 storyline was, "Gold is dead — long live cryptocurrencies!" Gold and cryptocurrencies were cast as opponents in a "monetary" boxing ring featuring the two best alternatives to fiat currencies that are decentralized and function outside traditional government-controlled financial systems.

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Global Resource Insights: Dreams vs. Goals - John Barker (12/04/2018)

By John Barker 15 days ago 431 Views No comments

"If you have goals for your money, you might benefit by focusing on company quality based on specific metrics."

  • Some speculators treat gold stocks like lottery tickets.
  • Smart investors have financial goals and fit gold stocks into their portfolio.
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Gold Miners Share Price Performance: Australia vs. North America-Steve Todoruk (10/4/2018)

By Steve Todoruk 16 days ago 2109 Views No comments

"Historically, when gold rises steadily, or makes a significant jump upwards, the share prices of those companies rise in tandem."After the rapid rise to $1,250 from the low of $1,050 per ounce in late 2015, gold traded in a range between $1,200 to $1,300 for most of 2016 and 2017.

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Focus: Rick Rule and Grant Williams — Dissecting The Synchronized Economic Recovery And The Crypto Bubble-Sprott Thoughts (03/04/2018)

By Sprott Thoughts 23 days ago 4675 Views No comments

Growth expectations for the major global economies have moderated and other key fundamentals stole the spotlight in recent weeks. Any rumblings of slowing economic growth were put on the back-burner as inflation woes crept higher at the beginning of the year. With the return of volatility to the broader market and the heightened uncertainty over trade and tariffs the usual suspects received less airtime.


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The Death of Volatility? - Sprott's Thoughts (14/12/2017)

By Sprott's Thoughts 4 months ago 6306 Views No comments

On November 21, Venezuela failed to make $247 million in coupon payments on its dollar bonds due in 2025 and 2026. These bonds now trade at around 22 cents on the dollar, a decline of 78 percent below par.

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Gold and Miners: Bridging the Performance Gap - Trey Reik (1/12/2017)

By Trey Reik 5 months ago 6162 Views No comments

In this month’s report, we examine the interplay between gold bullion and gold equities.

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Rick Rule On Value Investing: "Price Is What You Pay, Value is What You Get" - Sprott's Thoughts (10/11/2017)

By Sprott's Thoughts 6 months ago 11452 Views No comments

Tekoa Da Silva had the chance to sit down once again with Rick Rule, CEO of Sprott U.S. Holdings. It was an interesting discussion, as he was able to ask Mr. Rule about a book that in his words, "Absolutely changed my life."

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Why Doesn't Gold Get The Respect It Deserves? - Trey Reik (8/11/2017)

By Trey Reik 6 months ago 8896 Views No comments

In this report, we present a collection of empirical evidence we view as compelling support of gold’s productive role as a portfolio-diversifying asset

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The Market Is STARVED For Discoveries - Sprott's Thoughts (16/10/2017)

By Sprott's Thoughts 6 months ago 4790 Views No comments

Bear markets are tough for geologists.

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Sprott Precious Metals Watch, September 2017 - Trey Reik (20/9/2017)

By Trey Reik 7 months ago 6555 Views No comments

In an investment world now dominated by monthly inflows into ETF’s and index funds, unconstrained by rational analysis of portfolio components, it has become somewhat passé to fret over underlying fundamentals.

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