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Posts tagged 'Sprott Thoughts'

Central Bankers — Keeping The Wheels On The Bus - Tim Taschler (01/04/2019)

By Tim Taschler for Sprott Thoughts 1 years ago 11660 Views No comments

The big central banks are all on the same page, blaming those nasty “external forces” for economic slowdowns

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Rick Rule: "The Price of This Commodity Goes Up — Or The Lights Go Out" (10/17/2018)

By Sprott's Thoughts 2 years ago 10207 Views No comments

“As a speculator, I’ve come to prefer questions … [that] begin with ‘when,’ not ‘if,’” Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott U.S. Holdings explained. “And I believe that a question on the turnaround in the uranium market is a question where the answer begins with: ‘when’, not ‘if’.”

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Gold Is Cheap. Inflation Is Coming. You Do the Math - Andrew Bary(27/09/2018)

By Andrew Bary for Barron's 2 years ago 6244 Views No comments

Gold has gotten a bad rap.But this out-of-favor asset class now deserves a place in investment portfolios.

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The Quest For The Next 100- Bagger - Remy Blaire (04/07/2018)

By Remy Blaire 2 years ago 9526 Views No comments

The great debate over stock market valuation continues as equity averages grind higher.

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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 2 years ago 3843 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 2 years ago 3507 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 2 years ago 7328 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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