Six Reasons to Own Gold Equities Now

Six Reasons to Own Gold Equities Now May 28, 2020 This article was originally published at Sprott.com As of April 30, 2020, gold mining stocks were up 11.01% YTD and 57.87% YOY. Gold miners have climbed steadily, following the positive path we predicted back in November 2019.  As of April 30, 2020, gold mining stocks were up 13.81% YTD and 58.67% YOY, compared to -12.36% YTD and -7.91% YOY for the S&P 500 Index. In our view, gold mining equities still have a great deal of upside to offer, given that historically gold stocks tend to outperform the metal during gold bull markets (2-3x). We believe that we are still in the early stages of the current gold bull market which began in May 2019. Rising demand for gold and higher gold prices are followed by strong gold mining stock performance. Here are Sprott’s six reasons why investing in gold equities may make sense right now. REASON #1. Gold Equities are on the Move, Under the Radar Gold mining equities, despite their recent outperformance, are being ignored by most investors. This creates a value opportunity. My colleague John Hathaway, Senior Portfolio Manager, summed up this dilemma best in his recent interview with Jim Grant: “As for gold-mining shares, John Hathaway, co-portfolio manager of the $1 billion-plus Sprott Gold Equity Fund, reports that interest is exactly nil. The Sprott bullion business is jumping, but not the mining-stock investment business….gold shares, in relation to bullion, are the cheapest they’ve been in his 20 years in the business: ‘What … Continue reading

The Warrant Report: This Week’s Best Articles

Hello Investors, Happy to bring you some of the top articles on our websites this past week: If you are not one of our many subscribers, let’s get you STARTED NOW. Comparing Bitcoin To Other Sectors – Risk Vs. Value Metals Nearing Critical Momentum For New Parabolic Rally Shortage Of Physical Gold And Silver Turbo Charge Your Portfolio With Stock Warrants Adrian Day: Adversity Often Presents Opportunities  Seattle Mayor, Police Chief and Fire Chief respond to the ILLEGAL PROTESTERS. Big Al is again proud of his city of birth.   Enjoy, Dudley

Comparing Bitcoin To Other Sectors – Risk Vs. Value

May 30, 2020 Chris Vermeulen TheTechnicalTraders.com Note from Dudley – These Guys Are Good: Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as well as my CommonStockWarrants.com. Stock Warrants – If Not Now, When? GET STARTED NOW   COMPARING BITCOIN TO OTHER SECTORS – RISK VS. VALUE   Investors don’t forget the great opportunities available with stock warrants which will increase your potential gains and greatly decrease your investment cost by at least half. E.B. Tucker with Casey Research recently referred to Dudley as ‘the top expert in the field with over 40 years of experience‘ with stock warrants. “I also encourage you to check out the work from our friend Dudley Baker. Dudley is the founder and editor of Common Stock Warrants. He’s been trading warrants for 40 years and has developed an exclusive database of all stock warrants trading in the U.S. and Canada. We’re paid-up subscribers as well.” Jeff Baker Senior Analyst – Admin/Web Developer B.Sc. Geological Sciences (UTEP) Common Stock Warrants & Junior Mining News

Metals Nearing Critical Momentum For New Parabolic Rally

May 29, 2020 Chris Vermeulen TheTechnicalTraders.com Note from Dudley – These Guys Are Good: Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as well as my CommonStockWarrants.com. Stock Warrants – If Not Now, When? GET STARTED NOW   METALS NEARING CRITICAL MOMENTUM FOR NEW PARABOLIC RALLY   Investors don’t forget the great opportunities available with stock warrants which will increase your potential gains and greatly decrease your investment cost by at least half. E.B. Tucker with Casey Research recently referred to Dudley as ‘the top expert in the field with over 40 years of experience‘ with stock warrants. “I also encourage you to check out the work from our friend Dudley Baker. Dudley is the founder and editor of Common Stock Warrants. He’s been trading warrants for 40 years and has developed an exclusive database of all stock warrants trading in the U.S. and Canada. We’re paid-up subscribers as well.” Jeff Baker Senior Analyst – Admin/Web Developer B.Sc. Geological Sciences (UTEP) Common Stock Warrants & Junior Mining News

Shortage Of Physical Gold And Silver

May 28, 2020 Chris Vermeulen TheTechnicalTraders.com Note from Dudley – These Guys Are Good: Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as well as my CommonStockWarrants.com. Stock Warrants – If Not Now, When? GET STARTED NOW   SHORTAGE OF PHYSICAL GOLD AND SILVER   Investors don’t forget the great opportunities available with stock warrants which will increase your potential gains and greatly decrease your investment cost by at least half. E.B. Tucker with Casey Research recently referred to Dudley as ‘the top expert in the field with over 40 years of experience‘ with stock warrants. “I also encourage you to check out the work from our friend Dudley Baker. Dudley is the founder and editor of Common Stock Warrants. He’s been trading warrants for 40 years and has developed an exclusive database of all stock warrants trading in the U.S. and Canada. We’re paid-up subscribers as well.” Jeff Baker Senior Analyst – Admin/Web Developer B.Sc. Geological Sciences (UTEP) Common Stock Warrants & Junior Mining News

Turbo Charge Your Portfolio With Stock Warrants

Editors Note This is my interview out today with Kerry Lutz of Financial Survival Network. I trust you will take a few minutes and discover my story as to how I began my service. Dudley Common Stock Warrants: A Way to Turbo-Charge Your Portfolio with Dudley Baker from Financial Survival Network Dudley Baker has been compiling his common stock warrants database since he learned about stock warrants from legendary investor Frank Holmes while at a conference in 2004. When he got home and started researching them, he found there was little information available. Seeing an opportunity, he started Precious Metals Warrants, which later became Common Stock Warrants. Interest has continued to increase and today his database is the unrivaled go to source for hundreds of stock warrants. We’ve used it many times in the past and have found great stocks as well as stock warrants in his database. Dudley believes you should use them along with stock purchases to increase your returns to make your investments go further. We’re big fans and you should be too. Click Here to Listen to the Audio Sign up (on the right side) for the instant free Financial Survival Toolkit and free weekly newsletter. …Published: May 28th, 2020 | Leave a comment  

Adrian Day: Adversity Often Presents Opportunities

Source: Adrian Day for Streetwise Reports 05/28/2020 Money manager Adrian Day reviews developments, both positive and not-so-positive, at several companies in his portfolio and he finds that some are cheap enough to buy. Loews Corp. (L:NYSE, 31.19) is having a rough time, with several of its holdings severely hit by not only Covid restrictions but by broader market conditions as well. Its struggling, majority-owned Diamond Offshore succumbed to weak oil markets by filing for bankruptcy. Investment income at its CNA insurance unit declined sharply. Virtually all its hotels have closed and laid off 90% of staff amid travel restrictions. All this contributed to a loss for the quarter of $632 million loss, over $400 million of attributable to a no-cash impairment on some of Diamond Offshore’s rigs. And the current quarter won’t be better. It will write down its carrying value on Diamond this quarter. The bankrupt shares are currently trading at 20 cents in the pink sheets, down from $7 a share at the beginning of the year (and over $100 a share before the 2008 credit crisis). Loews’ carrying value at quarter-end of over $1 billion; that will be slashed to about $15 million (in a non-cash loss). Given the bankruptcy, Loews no longer controls Diamond, and so will no longer consolidate Diamond’s earnings. Some units doing well CNA’s operations have been strong, driven by lower expenses as well as rate increases. Its business interruption policies do not pay on the virus related closures. But the decline in … Continue reading

Blackrock Drilling for Bonanza Grade Silver in Nevada

Source: Bob Moriarty for Streetwise Reports 05/27/2020 Bob Moriarty of 321gold discusses the company’s plans to explore its silver project in Nevada’s second largest silver district. When all the stock markets in the world collapsed in mid-March they dragged down all of the metals as margin clerks made investors dump everything they could to meet margin calls. That took the metals and mining shares down in an instant to the horror of investors. I smiled. I predicted it on February 27 and I was ready. Much to even my great surprise, silver literally fell off a cliff. That didn’t surprise me but dropping to a ratio of 131-1 to gold did surprise me. So I was buying the crap out of silver below $12. I know a deal when I see one. You couldn’t buy physical silver unless you were willing to pay an absurd premium. No dealer is going to be paying $17 for silver one day and sell it for $12 the next. But you could actually buy the silver ETFs and they were at a discount even to the price of silver. When investors sober up and realize you cannot and will not get a V recovery with 40 million Americans on the dole the crash will go into phase II. It may well take down the metals again. You can’t get any more absurd than the general stock markets are today. They are like puffing on a crack pipe held in your left hand while tossing … Continue reading

Junior Miner Presents 'High-Risk, High-Return, High-Grade Gold Story'

Source: Peter Epstein for Streetwise Reports 05/27/2020 Peter Epstein of Epstein Research explains why he is “bullish” on Falcon Gold Corp., with five Canadian projects targeting mostly gold, but also silver, copper, cobalt, nickel and platinum group metals. Note: Unless stated otherwise, all $$ = US$. Gold = Au, silver = Ag, copper = Cu, cobalt = Co, nickel = Ni, palladium = Pd, platinum = Pt. Gold producers are benefiting from a significant increase from ~$1,200/ounce nine months ago, to an eight-year high of $1,788/ounce in March, and ~$1,750/ounce in mid-May. Yet, gold bugs say we’re still in the early stages of a gold bull market. Pundits and analysts are moving price targets ever higher due to the shocking economic fallout and massive debt issuance/money printing resulting from COVID-19. What might past bull markets say about today’s gold market? In the four largest historical bull markets since 1970, the average inflation-adjusted gain has been +237% over an average 51.5-month period, for an annualized gain in each period of +36.1% (see chart below). Notice that in today’s rally (the current bull market), the price is up +46% from September 2018 to May 20, 2020 (~20 months). With this in mind, consider the following possible scenario between now and the end of next year. If one were to extend the current bull market from 20 to 51.5 months (to December 2022), and assume the average historical 36.1% CAGR (compound annual growth rate), the gold price would hit $4,514/ounce. Or, instead of … Continue reading

The Inflation–Deflation Conundrum

Source: Michael Ballanger for Streetwise Reports 05/26/2020 Sector expert Michael Ballanger considers what the post-pandemic world could look like in the aftermath of central bank actions. As I sit here on the shores of lovely Lake Scugog, its weed-infested waters lying in wait for countless unsuspecting propellers soon to be ensnared, I am reminded of the failed world of central banking and policy initiatives, which too has become ensnared in flora of its own making—a floating algae bloom of debt, deception and intervention. Following this metaphor apropos, there is nary a dock with twenty miles of Port Perry that is navigable without encountering an impassable wall of goose droppings. Being Canada’s favorite bird, these creatures are the height of ornithological fecal incontinence. Sadly, as a “protected species,” citizens are prohibited from causing them not only any harm, but also inconvenience (as in shooing them off your property), resulting in spoiled lawns and malodorous decks and gazebos. When I see a flock of these flying manure sacks about to land on the lake, I am once again reminded of politics, where unelected officials are paid to engineer policies of unknown outcome and uncertain consequence, but where the result will be despoiled surroundings, economic disaster and odors of the foulest origin. Alas, another thing held in common by a goose and the politician is that both can be found on a stamp, and both worth well under a dollar, and therein lies a lesson of sorts, a parable, a fable of resounding … Continue reading