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Sprott Strategy Report - December 2016 - Trey Reik

By Sprott Global 2 months ago 679 Views

Financial markets have experienced pronounced volatility during the six weeks since Donald Trump’s surprising presidential triumph. Given overwhelming pre-election consensus for a Clinton victory, coupled with near unanimous forecasts for a stock-market rout in the event of a Trump win, we would have expected market participants to be somewhat chagrined by the election outcome.

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By Sprott Global 2 months ago 817 Views No comments

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November 2016 - Strategy Report - Sprott Global

By Sprott Global 3 months ago 584 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 3 months ago 648 Views

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