By Nicholas – Published on September 4, 2018
We've all been seeing gold prices plummet this year and while the market may seem pretty dire, some investors are thinking this is the best time to jump on the opportunity and make some money. Read further to discover how you can make the same educated decisions and profit from the fall of gold...
By Nicholas – Published on July 12, 2018
Making money in the resource sector isn't easy. Many investors see the fundamentals for a metal like gold or copper and want to buy into what they view as a great opportunity. The problem is, the mining sector trades a lot differently than the commodities it produces. This makes investing more...
By Matthew – Published on July 3, 2018
June was an exciting month for investors, from the gold vs crypto vs cannabis panel that took place at the 2018 International Mining Investment Conference to looking at the value and real-world uses of blockchain. In our monthly roundup we bring together the most popular investing topics and...
By Matthew – Published on June 27, 2018
In May we gathered some of the top resource companies and investing experts at the 2018 International Mining Investment Conference in Vancouver. With over 30 speakers there was a lot of ground covered, so we put together a list of some of the most talked about presentations from the show. 1....
By Nicholas – Published on June 20, 2018
Depending on what narrative one chooses to put their faith in, the futures market for precious metals could be a very corrupt place. The idea behind trading commodities is a pretty simple one; by setting up a futures market like the COMEX, major metals producers can sell their future production...
By Nicholas – Published on June 15, 2018
Most people out there don't own gold. Cryptocurrencies probably impacted demand last year in North America, and retail coin sales took a major beating in 2017. But at the higher levels in the investment community, Idaho's precious metal reserves are definitely on the radar. The past few...
By Nicholas – Published on June 13, 2018
The Sprott Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium is coming up, and it is bringing some of the biggest names in natural resources together in downtown Vancouver. The symposium will open up on Tuesday the 17th of July and will feature some of the best minds in mining, as well as premier resource...
By Nicholas – Published on June 8, 2018
The idea of “Peak Oil” isn't new. Ever since M. King Hubbert presented the theory in 1956 people have wondered how a world that wasn't dependent on oil would look like. Now it looks like new technology is on the brink of breaking into markets that drive oil demand, and creating...
By Nicholas – Published on June 5, 2018
The US Dollar has been the world's reserve currency since the end of the Second World War. Even after President Nixon decided to refuse delivery of US gold that was supposed to be backing the US Dollar in 1971, it has been able to maintain its role as the global currency of choice. Today...
By Nicholas – Published on June 2, 2018
It is hard to say where the idea of “fake news” came from, but President Trump seems to love using the term. When it comes to the gold market, the information that is sometimes found in the mainstream press could easily be called “fake”. One of the most popular myths...
By Nicholas – Published on June 1, 2018
As a veteran investor and billionaire Jim Rogers says, it has never been easy to make money. Contrarian investing can be very profitable, but it is vital to make sure the asset class you are investing in isn't cheap for all the right reasons. There are many investments out there which simply...
By Nicholas – Published on May 28, 2018
There is no shortage of outlandish commentary in the financial markets. People make all sorts of calls, but when it comes to precious metals, people who call for higher prices are often dismissed. Keith Neumeyer isn't afraid to share his thoughts, but when he calls for $8,000 USD/oz gold,...
By Nicholas – Published on May 27, 2018
There is no way to avoid seeing all the debt coming out of the USA. Peter Schiff took the stage at the IMIC and broke down what he thinks is coming for the most indebted country on planet earth. The US government is running a deficit of around $100 Billion US dollars per month, and this is...
By Nicholas – Published on May 14, 2018
According to Peter Schiff, there are some big problems brewing. The crisis that began in 2008 created a new global financial order, but its stability is questionable. Peter has talked about how the prior two FED-led debt bubbles culminated in the 2008 credit crisis, and now that interest rates...
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