Which metals and rare earth companies are set to strike in this volatile market? Tom Szabo doles out tips in this Metals Report interview and explains why he likes companies that have yet to achieve market favor.
Clive Johnson is a big, fast-talking ex-rugby player and one of Canada’s best gold mining executives. The 56-year-old has built back-to-back multi-billion-dollar gold companies. His latest, B2Gold Corp., is one of the few gold producers to have delivered for investors over the past five years.
Adrian Day is finding that the glass is definitely half full these days. In this interview, Day is downright exuberant on gold stocks and discusses royalty companies, prospect generators, majors and juniors that can mitigate risk.
It seems that everybody is talking about the yellow metal and wondering where the next local top will form. When we take a look at the charts, we see that the price of gold has risen nearly 8% in August.
With gold in the $1,300s, Chris Mancini recommends performing triage on the gold equity sector. In this interview, Mancini says that companies with cash and cash flow will survive the crisis, while those with the ability to take advantage of the downturn, like streaming companies, will do the best of all.
Don't ask Louis James if the gold price has reached bottom. He doesn't care. The senior editor with Casey Research is too busy trying to ferret out those gold miners with a bird in the hand, as he calls.
All aboard and back up the truck. The recovery train is soon to leave the station for higher prices! Obviously, the ideal time for that would have been at the exact bottom. A number of factors have come together to make a near bulletproof case for a major bottom.
There are two things investors pay too much attention to, according to Dan Hrushewsky: Metals prices and grade. Why? Extremes of low and high prices never last, and high grades don't always make for economic deposits.