Low market valuations for junior mining companies have Michael Ballanger, director of wealth management at Richardson GMP, feeling like a kid in a candy store, and equities satisfy his sweet tooth more than the metal right now. Ballanger has had enough years in the business to recognize the advent of gold fever. In . . . → Read More: Gold Mania Phase Approaching for Junior Miners: Michael Ballanger
Gold stocks, especially juniors, have been undervalued for longer than most investors thought possible. The result is what David Skarica, founder of Addicted to Profits, calls a “maximum pessimism trade.” In this interview with The Gold Report, Skarica summarizes his analytical tools and provides clear examples of companies that meet his criteria as . . . → Read More: Are Junior Gold Investors Living the Movie ‘Groundhog Day’?: David Skarica
Surveying reality from his perch on Vancouver Island, Leonard Melman is a veritable sage in the world of metal mining analysis. In an interview with The Gold Report, the economic philosopher is troubled about the direction of the global economy. However, there are a few bright spots for eagle-eyed junior metal investors, he . . . → Read More: Leonard Melman Finds the Fiscal Cliff a Boon for Precious Metals
The fundamentals at many junior mining companies have improved, yet their stock prices continue to languish. In this interview with The Gold Report, market guru Peter Grandich gives his thoughts on when this may end and where gold is headed in 2013, and names some of his picks in unlikely jurisdictions.
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It is a global ghoul fest when Bob Moriarty talks about his favorite zombie stocks—companies whose share prices have flirted with death but still offer devilishly good potential. Moriarty is happy to “buy $1 bills for $0.50″ and tells readers where to do the same in this exclusive Gold Report interview.
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Are junior resource stocks the investment equivalent of a game of blackjack? It depends on the investor as much as it does on the company. Sid Rajeev of Fundamental Research Corp. has come to expect stability from his picks. How? By using fair-value metrics and a longer-term timeline. In this exclusive interview with . . . → Read More: Stop Gambling and Find Stable Profits in Energy Investment: Sid Rajeev
Looking for outsized returns? Then broaden your horizons, suggests National Bank Financial Analyst Darrell Bishop, who focuses on regions where property acquisition is cheaper and oil sells at the Brent premium. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Bishop whisks us around from Western Europe’s North Sea, to behind the former Iron . . . → Read More: Energy Investment Is an International Adventure: Darrell Bishop
Valuation disconnects among producers, rising gold price and juniors facing funding crunches are among the factors fueling a spate of M&A activity. In her first exclusive Gold Report interview, Aleksandra (Sasha) Bukacheva, a mining research analyst with Fraser Mackenzie in Toronto, shares her list of likely targets and suitors in the zinc, copper . . . → Read More: Five Must-Haves for Junior Mining Companies: Aleksandra Bukacheva
In the topsy-turvy gold equities market, it can be difficult to spot junior mining firms capable of delivering substantial pay-offs. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, top market analyst and Resource Opportunities newsletter editor Lawrence Roulston identifies undervalued firms from Africa to British Columbia that have high-quality assets, access to development . . . → Read More: Lawrence Roulston Spots Gold Juniors with Bright Futures
In a tough market for junior gold shares over the past three years, Peruvian mining stocks have outperformed the mining indexes. Peru is a booming economy with well-defined mining laws and a vocal mining protest movement that could be playing a constructive role in future development. In this exclusive interview with The Gold . . . → Read More: How to Find the Next Tenbagger in Peru: Maria Belen Vega and Ricardo Carrion