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A Negative Interest Rate World

By Tim Taschler Today 149 Views

The FT reports that the value of negative-yielding bonds - both government and corporate - swelled to $13.4 trillion this week as negative interest rates and central bank bond buying ripple through the debt market.

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Exploration Leaders On Precious Metals Stocks: Remember That "Quality Is Important"

By Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. 7 days ago 796 Views No comments

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.

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Does the Current Gold Price Justify the Big Gains in Gold Stocks?

By Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. 9 days ago 743 Views No comments

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.

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Steve Todoruk: A Healthier Gold Mining Industry - Maurice Jackson

By Maurice Jackson 2 months ago 718 Views No comments

Steve Todoruk of ‘Sprott Global Resource Investments’ sits down with Maurice Jackson of ‘Proven & Probable’ to discuss the current state of the Gold Mining Industry.

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Back to Basics with Doug Casey and Rick Rule

By Sprott U.S. Media 2 months ago 1066 Views

In the lead-up to the 2016 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium on July 26th - 29th, Rick conducted a series of interviews with various industry experts and keynote speakers, and Sprott’s Thoughts readers get the first review.

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The Technical Case For The New Gold Bull Market

By Sam Broom (Sprott Global) 2 months ago 1057 Views

Last week, Sam Broom of Sprott Global spoke to Sprott’s leading portfolio manager and technical analyst Paul Wong about the discipline of technical analysis and why he thinks we’ve recently transitioned to the next bull market in precious metals.

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Gold Versus Inflation, Other Commodities, and the NYSE: It’s Not What You Expected

By Sprott U.S. Media 3 months ago 1498 Views

At Sprott, while we appreciate gold’s potential to deliver considerable returns, we also consider gold to be an important diversification tool. This article illustrates how gold can be used to manage risk in a typical portfolio.

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Rick Rule Interview Series Part V - The Difference Between Being Wrong and Being Early

By Sprott U.S. Media 3 months ago 837 Views

In the fifth and final section of the Rick Rule interview with Real Vision, Rick wraps up with a finer view on some of the nuances of becoming a successful investor (hint: the biggest challenge lies just between our left and right ears.) And, as no interviewer can resist, Grant Williams asks Rick a few final questions on gold.

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Rick Rule Interview Series Part III & IV

By Sprott U.S. Media 3 months ago 736 Views

The third and fourth installments of the Rick Rule interview series.

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On The Macro: Gold Leading Up to the Fed Meeting

By Sprott U.S. Media 3 months ago 714 Views

Everyone in the mining sector, literally everyone, is worried about a correction. Fair enough. After five long and dark years, the last thing any of us are is overconfident. So when we look at this year’s sharp gains in gold and miners, instead of being happy, we just feel anxious about what will happen next.

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