Lawrence Roulston has little patience for investors without the nerves to hold onto a good thing during tough times. Gold has been the main embodiment of value for thousands of years, Roulston points out, so why should tomorrow be different?
The end of the year is in sight, and many investors will soon be forced to take painful losses. David H. Smith says that smart investors will take care to cull the weakest mining stocks from their portfolios and reinvest the proceeds in truly undervalued companies.
Industrial metal prices have struggled to find firm footing. Stefan Ioannou of Haywood Securities tees up near-, medium- and long-term scenarios for three industrial metals—copper, zinc and nickel—and explains why he is most enthusiastic about zinc.
It's a jungle out in the silver markets. In this interview, David H. Smith navigates the jungle by advising which explorers, mid-tiers, stalwarts and royalties to consider buying in tranches on the way down and selling on the inevitable way up.
Adrian Day, founder of Adrian Day Asset Management, finds royalty plays some of the cleanest, least risky ways to invest in precious metals. In addition to mitigating risk, royalties offer high margins and the benefit of exposure to exploration.
Peter Krauth, resource specialist for Money Map Press, considers the precious metals space an overarching requirement for investors. He sees value in every sector, although he admits it takes a contrarian mindset to see the opportunities.
Calling gold the ultimate money, the editor and publisher of Jay Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks, watches the real price of gold with a gimlet eye. These days, he pays particular attention to producers, noting that this is not a good time to be an explorer that needs to raise capital.