Leverage to a Gold Bull Market

Gold bull preparing to charge

  Gold stocks typically outperform gold during bull markets. One of the main reasons for this is the leverage associated with the ‘in-ground’ gold these mining companies (and even explorers) control. In-ground gold (based on resource estimations or reserves) is essentially the amount of gold a company has defined (via the drill bit) on its […]

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Member ‘Funtime’ Wins April 2020 Stock Challenge

Funtime is the April 2020 Stock Challenge Champion

Stock Challengers, join us in celebrating our newest Stock Challenge Champion: member ‘funtime!’ Funtime held strong this month, achieving a phenomenal return of 179.96% — a return that’s second only to member ‘Robert Kellermann’s’ record return of 233.81% in December 2019. This month’s second place member ‘Doug Schwindt’ and third place member (and March Stock […]

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Rick Rule on When to Exit Gold and Silver Stocks

gold and silver stocks

Rick Rule, President & CEO of Sprott USA Holdings, sounds off in one of his best interviews ever. Confident and collected, the 67-year-old speaks from experience, having lived through numerous bull and bear markets in the precious metals sector. Most importantly, and in somewhat rare fashion, Rule talks about when investors should look to exit […]

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CSE Jumps 5% Monday, Up 31% Since Late March

CSE index soars 31% in recent weeks

The CSE or the Canadian Securities Exchange just had its best day since late March – rising 4.8%. The embattled exchange is still on life support, down better than 60% in the past year, but has had an epic last 30 days. Up about 31.4% from its low in late-March, the exchange is building momentum. […]

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King Dollar Standing Tall Amidst U.S. Treasuries Liquidation

U.S. dollar remains strong

The U.S. Dollar Index is back above 100 despite gold continuing to trade firmly above $1,700 per ounce. Despite all the calls for the dollar to collapse amidst trillions in monetary stimulus it is standing tall. A more ominous sign for the dollar can be found in the declining number of official foreign holdings of […]

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Ray Dalio: A New Type of Money, New Type of Credit May be Emerging

why the long term debt cycle may be ending

In this latest Cooper Academy video, why Ray Dalio thinks the 2020 crisis will be worse than the 2008 recession comes under review. What’s more, he evaluates why the current environment of debt, low interest rates and record monetary stimulus looks similar to the 1930s great depression era. At the heart of today’s crisis is […]

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Has the Fed Gone Too Far?

In today’s world of record monetary stimulus and inconceivable deficits, investors are rushing to the safety of gold. Gold producers, including Barrick Gold and Kinross Gold hit 52-week highs this past week. The extreme monetary and fiscal measures recently enacted by the Federal Reserve and U.S. government are fuelling demand for an alternative to the […]

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Covid-19 Economic Recovery Will Not Go as Planned

We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there is no ‘V-shaped’ economic recovery coming. Not in the U.S., and especially not in Canada. Last week, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau stated, “. . .We’re facing a unique challenge. But I know that if we pull together, our economy will come roaring back after […]

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IPO Financings Fall 97% MoM on TSX Venture

One of the best ways to determine market sentiment is by way of IPO financings. Whether they are rising or falling in frequency along with the amount of capital raised can often provide a sense of market strength. For Canada’s junior index, the TSX Venture, prone to collapses in confidence, its month over month decline […]

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Record Stimulus and Deficits to Drive Gold in 2020

No asset influences the global markets more than the U.S. dollar, the world reserve currency. It’s held this hegemonic status for decades, dominating global commerce while serving as a constant reminder of America’s unparalleled economic, military, and political strength. Now, it appears that the only way to save the U.S. economy is by crushing the […]

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