How do you find the stocks that are most likely to return 100-1 gains?
That’s the question Chris Mayer wanted to answer.
After a year-long study of the biggest performers of the last 50 years, Chris believes he’s gathered a “template” of the main characteristics of top performers.Read More
Steve Todoruk, a broker at Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., has been following the move higher in certain gold mining stocks. Henry Bonner asked Steve why some miners are recovering – but not others.Read More
Believe in owning gold and silver now?
Don’t own just any investment in physical bullion, say Eric Sprott and Rick Rule, who prefer the Sprott Physical Bullion Trusts. Shares in these trusts are backed by physical precious metals.Read More
The market is out of step with reality, Eric Sprott tells Tekoa Da Silva in his recent interview.
“We had no growth in the economy to speak of. Yet these stocks were trading at record-high prices,” he says of the overall market.
He also believes the banking system is over-exposed to assets which stand to depreciate in value.Read More
During a time of increasing uncertainty in global financial markets, James G. Rickards, best-selling author and advisor to US Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities, was kind enough to share a few comments.
When asked about People’s Bank of China’s recently announced gold reserve holdings numbers, James noted that, “I’ve been [to] China and [spoke] to secure logistics people, that [told me] gold is being brought in completely off the books…over land using People’s Liberation Army assets…coming in from Kazakhstan, maybe Russia.”Read More
Commodity prices have slumped as the Chinese stock market declines… Investors worry that commodity prices will stay low if China’s growth stalls.
Michael Kosowan, a broker at Sprott Private Wealth LP, believes that China’s economy is sound. The recent bubble may have resulted from central planners’ policies, not underlying problems with China’s economy.Read More
Is the recent market sell-off good for gold?
How will it affect the precious metals and natural resource sector?
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings Inc., believes that a sell-off in the months ahead might signal the end of the resource bear market.Read More
Is this what a market turn feels like?
“Great opportunities in natural resources occur once per decade,” Rick Rule explained at the Symposium. “They occur at the bottom of a ‘bear market.’
“And this ‘bear market’ is the most severe that I have seen since the mid 1980's. That suggests a very dramatic recovery.”Read More
The Greek crisis is no accident, says Jim Rickards, but is part of a long-running plan to bring Europe under central control.
He’s the author of Currency Wars and The Death of Money, and will be attending the Sprott-Stansberry Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium – which begins this week.Read More