A Great Time to Add Leverage To Your Portfolio
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Are we starting to see the light at the end of this long downward spiral?
On Friday gold closed at $1205 and silver at $14.77 both up strongly on the day.
Even more disastrous than the decline in gold and silver has been the decline in resource shares.
I continue to like and share with subscribers this long term monthly chart of the HUI – Golds Bugs Index.
The chart basically speaks for its self as we approach the apex of this long term consolidation. I continue to look for the upside breakout in the coming months.
The question I always ask is, what are you doing now to prepare for the breakout?
For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies.
If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies.
As well, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc.
Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio.
There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you are not a current subscriber, LET’S GET YOU STARTED NOW.
The next several years, 2018 – 2020 will see some exciting times in the PM sector and I am looking to make a fortune. Do you want to follow me? Let’s have some fun and make money together.
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