Watch this urgent free online webinar on the collapse in the junior-mining stock sector.
To say the precious metals market is in turmoil would be an understatement.
Gold has dropped 3% in the last year, while gold stocks have been completely decimated – even strong firms with outstanding projects are down 50% or more.
It's not surprising many investors are wondering if the bull market in precious metals is over… yet conditions like we're seeing now in the mining sector are exactly what contrarian investors look for.
To help clarify today's investing environment in precious metals stocks for you, Casey Research called together a panel of experts in mining and natural resources for an urgent summit: Downturn Millionaires.
This event is free to the public. All you have to do is register.
Among the topics covered in depth:
Does the bull market in gold and silver still
What investors with positions in junior resource stocks can do today to reduce losses and reposition their portfolios.
Is the gold stock sector doomed, or has the disconnect between the price action of the juniors in the face of rampant central bank money printing created a once-in-a-generation contrarian opportunity to profit?
A critical, extremely timely overview of the state of
the global economy.
Downturn Millionaires' all-star guest line-up
Bill is the author of two best-selling books, Financial Reckoning Day: Surviving the Soft Depression of the 21st Century
and Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis
. He's also founder and president of Agora Publishing, a holding company for various publishers of financial, health, travel, and special-interest books and newsletters.
John is chairman of Mauldin Economics and editor of one of the most widely distributed investment newsletters in the world, Thoughts from the Frontline,
which has over 1 million subscribers. He's also authored several books, including New York Times best-sellers Bull's Eye Investing
, Just One Thing
, and Endgame
Doug Casey, chairman of Casey Research, is a highly respected author, publisher, and legendary speculator. Doug literally wrote the book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil: his book Crisis Investing
spent multiple weeks as #1 on the New York Times best-seller list and became the best-selling financial book of 1980.
Rick Rule, chairman of Sprott US Holdings, has been active in natural resource investing for 35 years. He is a recognized expert in mining, energy, water, forest products, infrastructure, and agriculture. What Rick doesn't know about the junior resource sector isn't worth knowing, and in Downturn Millionaires
, he'll tell you in no uncertain terms about both the risks and the extraordinary opportunities in today's market.
Louis learned the trade from Doug Casey himself and is now one of the most respected analysts in the resource sector. As chief metals and mining investment strategist for Casey Research, he takes a boots-on-the-ground approach to investment guidance, traveling to far-flung places across the world to bring the best opportunities to his subscribers.
David is the managing director of Casey Research, an international firm providing research and investment recommendations to investors in over 150 countries. He has vast economic and entrepreneurial experience – he was a founding partner and director of the Blanchard Group of Mutual Funds, as well as a founding partner and executive vice president of EverBank, one of the most successful online financial-services companies.
Register to view
Downturn Millionaires now
If you own any gold stocks or have any interest in taking part in what's shaping up to be one of the best contrarian investment opportunities in a generation, then Downturn Millionaires is a must-see event.
"The time to buy gold stocks is when nobody wants to buy them… when even you don't want to buy them."
– Bill Bonner, editor, Diary of a Rogue Economist.
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