Pinnacle Digest writes: In his latest article, Neil Charnock breaks down a few key components to the gold market. First off, Neil explains, in great detail, the decade long, systematic rise in production costs for gold miners.
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Self employed for the last 33 years in several business enterprises and startup companies. Founding Director on four occasions and held a corporate organic waste management contract for 9 years. Professional skills also include preparation of various business documentation, import / export, customer service, sales and administration. Private investing experience going back 32 years in bullion, futures, options, share investing / trading, real estate and unlisted companies.
A passion for precious metals and global economics led to extensive research over the last decade and a decision to create the GoldOz web site at the beginning of 2006.
Has been published widely over the past 57 months on many global gold and finance web sites (50+ to date). Neil is well recognised amongst his peers - eg. Armstrong Article. Neil has also been in newspaper print (WA Newspaper Group Diggers and Dealers) and a book on investment in junior mining stocks amongst thirteen of his fellow finance professionals, called - Junior Mining Investor By Kevin Corcoran (Amazon).
Neil has been busy developing a range of data provision services and behind the scenes - business / client relationships - in addition to gold and share trading activities.
His latest creation over nearly 12 months is the GoldOz Newsletter which covers deeper education on macro economics, debt markets and related topics for mining, gold and silver. This service includes an Educational Portfolio that discusses technical and fundamental rationale for investment decisions in addition to risk levels and trading techniques.