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...
By Jay – Published on May 14, 2018
Three asset classes dominated investor conversations in 2017 - Gold, Crypto and Cannabis. Every major news outlet hosted a Bitcoin vs Gold debate, as investors tried to make sense of a frothing market. The spec markets were hot in general, and many investors made a killing. But the first half of...
By Nicholas – Published on May 12, 2018
It isn't easy to come by economic deposits of gold these days. As Brent Cook points out in this enlightening presentation, the major gold producers are looking at a major decline in their reserves over the next two decades. The mining business relies on constant exploration to create new...
By Nicholas – Published on May 11, 2018
The western world has been in the drivers seat when it comes to gold trading for a long time. Places like London, New York and Chicago have been setting the price of gold for decades, but in the west, gold isn't a widely consumed item. Most people in the North America, Europe and the UK...
By Jeff – Published on May 11, 2018
When it comes to conversations on energy, it’s hard to leave your feelings at the door. It’s arguable that energy is the single most important driver of human progress – it’s a multi-trillion dollar industry that powers our daily lives, technological advancements, and...
By Jay – Published on May 11, 2018
This year we are beginning the International Metal Writers Conference by inviting five of our conference keynotes to the stage to share what they currently own and what they currently recommend. The key ingredient to a good stock picking panel? - The panelists are going deeper in their diligence...
By Jay – Published on May 10, 2018
Where is the next bull market? What asset class will crash this year? On May 15 at the International Mining Investment Conference, three investment guru’s will discuss where they are putting their cash to get ahead of the trend. We will be diving deep into new asset classes like...
By Jay – Published on May 9, 2018
This year, leading up to the International Mining Investment Conference we have seen a surge of interest focused on metals relating to the renewable energy sector - metals that contribute to battery technology or electricity generation. We are all cheering for a brighter, more renewable future,...
By Nicholas – Published on May 9, 2018
There may be a new dynamic emerging in the way inflation is viewed by the FED. In a recent podcast Peter Schiff explored the idea of 'symmetrical' inflation, and how it could affect the US economy going forward. There is no doubt that the ultra lax monetary policy that global central...
By Nicholas – Published on May 5, 2018
There are a few misconceptions about gold and silver floating around in the investment community. One of the biggest ones is that higher interest rates are bad for precious metal prices. While it is true that the day of a rate hike in the US gold and silver tend to suffer a little, over the...
By Nicholas – Published on May 4, 2018
Junior mining shares can create incredible returns. Before your money goes to work in a small resource company, getting your hands on quality research is a good idea. David Erfle has devoted more than a decade to becoming one of the go-to sources for information about junior miners. Instead of...
By Nicholas – Published on May 3, 2018
The fact that cobalt prices have been on a tear isn't news. But under the surface of the cobalt market, there could be a dislocation brewing. A decade ago, no one cared about the cobalt market. The vast majority of the world's cobalt was produced as a byproduct from other forms of...
By Nicholas – Published on April 29, 2018
The investment community is beginning to wonder where all the new supplies of basic materials are going to come from. Depending on the element in question, the need for new development is needed to keep prices under control, or even necessary to prevent shortages. Numerous factors are driving...
By Nicholas – Published on April 27, 2018
There are some big changes coming. We are living at a time when the defacto global energy sources, which mostly fossil fuels, are on the cusp of being replaced. For all of their drawbacks, fossil fuels do offer some advantages. When a person wants to use gasoline or diesel to fuel their car,...
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