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The Next Bull Market Move Interview - Rick Rule from London - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 4 days ago 322 Views

I was extremely lucky to meet and interview Rick Rule while he was in London last week. We talked about investing, the uranium market, and why you should follow your passion.

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November 2016 - Strategy Report - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 13 days ago 356 Views 1 comment

Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 United States presidential election has sent deep tremors through the political and financial landscape, both in the U.S. and around the world. While we leave debate over future implications for financial markets to the markets themselves, we offer a few observations about relevance of the Trump victory specifically to precious metals.

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Manager Insights from the Sprott Gold Team - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 25 days ago 527 Views

With the surprise Trump election victory, the markets have undergone a massive rotation. Literally overnight virtually every major position trade has been turned on its head. Because gold is relatively minor in the grand scheme of markets, it has become caught in the wake of this massive rotation.

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A Snapshot of How Trump's Election Affected Gold Commodities and Major Markets Last Week - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 25 days ago 581 Views

Donald Trump’s election, combined with Republican majorities in both the House and Senate, clearly marks a new direction for U.S. government policy. Given that U.S. government policy and actions are a dominant factor in the world economy, it's important to take stock as to how the policies of Trump’s presidency might affect markets and, therefore, your investments and speculations.

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Post-Election Commentary - Sprott's Thoughts

By Sprott's Thoughts 1 month ago 423 Views

We wanted to take this opportunity to share with clients a post-election view from our Toronto-based fund managers who run Sprott’s precious metal funds.

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Sprott Precious Metals Strategy Report - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 1 month ago 945 Views

In recent days, various investment banks have rushed to reduce their price forecasts toward the $1,050-to-$1,100 range. With all due respect to these market participants, we would suggest absolutely nothing of substance has changed in gold’s medium- and long-term investment fundamentals.

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Gold Corrections, Patterns, and Positioning - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 2 months ago 806 Views

The yellow metal advanced mightily in the first six months of this year and then held those gains for the next three, so it was not a surprise to see it give up some ground in October.

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Global Debt Grows & Central Banks Are Buyers - Tim Taschler

By Tim Taschler 2 months ago 2241 Views

The IMF reported last week that global debt hit a record $152 trillion. I’m old enough to remember when a million was a lot, and in the past two decades we have blown right through talking of millions and billions and are now throwing around trillions like it's nothing.

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Sprott & Royal Canadian Mint Precious Metals Forum Presentations

By Sprott Global 2 months ago 1071 Views

On October 5, 2016, the Sprott and Royal Canadian Mint Precious Metals Forum took place in Ottawa, Canada. There, speakers like John Embry and Eric Sprott took the stage, giving their thoughts on the current status of precious metals in the economy. We are pleased to bring you their presentations.

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October Gold Update

By Sprott Global 2 months ago 1050 Views

What a way to start October. Gold slipped mightily, easily falling through US$1,300 on Oct. 4th to bottom at US$1,269 per oz. before closing the day at US$1,283, down 2.3%. That took it back to pre-Brexit levels, erasing a move that had been consolidating for three months. The next day it lost another US$14.

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