In this interview, Ralph Aldis helps investors parse the many information streams available, explains what seasonal gold pricing patterns could mean for investors and offers a stable of junior equities that could provide greater leverage to a gold price recovery.
For most investors, the market for gold and silver stocks resembles a battlefield littered with the dead and dying, especially after the last day or two. The key for investors is picking those stocks that have the best chance for survival, and sticking with them until they are able to recover.
Three trends will light a fire under natural resource prices and equities in the coming years, according Greg Dorsey, editor of Leeb's Real World Investing. In this interview, Dorsey shares the names of favorite companies that could profit from the expected surge.
Too many investors fall in love with a project and forget that mining is a business, says Matt Badiali, editor of the S&A Resource Report. The top 25% of firms represent great bargains right now if you pick using the rules that Badiali sets out.
There are gold companies that managed their balance sheets wisely and there are those that burned through cash and are left begging for financing. It's a great time for those flush companies that don't need handouts.
The manic highs and lows of the market are actually good news for those investors who have mastered the discipline of buying low and waiting, according to the senior editor of the International Speculator and Casey Investment Alert.
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.
Ongoing inflation pressures and China's investments in the African gold supply chain point to a higher gold price according to the editor of Stansberry & Associates' S&A Resource Report. He outlines companies whose equities should catch up to the higher gold price.
The publisher of Silver Investor likes the balanced risk and growth that mid-tier companies provide, but even he can't resist the pull of a speculative pick pay. He also talks about the tenets he lives by when investing in mining companies.
THe editor of Jay Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks believes the biggest challenge facing the U.S. - deflation - could mean a better year, or even decade, for junior gold stocks and is ready to pile more cash into small gold companies.