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Finding significant discoveries is the dream of all miners, and everyone wants me to tell them the next big gainer so they can buy up shares beforehand.
It’s not hard to see gold’s next big move coming in the very near future.
It’s been two long years in the making: that’s how long it took this one mining company to review the South American mineral landscape and bring you the gold play of the year, with three ideal drill-ready properties, two already acquired and a third one in negotiations, all with huge potential.
Since I placed my first order on a paper security, all the way back at the turn of this century, when I was 16 years old, I’ve NEVER, ABSOLUTELY NEVER been so bearish on the U.S. dollar. In fact, I’m already calling my biggest, most IMPORTANT forecast for 2020 – a USD bear market.
Today, there is over $17T invested in bonds that guarantee a loss, if held to maturity. Think of the madness: You invest $101 today and in 2030 you will receive back $100. While the rate of inflation has been around 1.5% and GDP growth has been 2%-2.5% in the passing decade, owning bonds hasn’t been a bad choice or a lousy decision.
Big profit generators are few and far between, but when they come along you have to grab them with both hands because those rare runners are where most of the real money is made.
At the highest level of government and central banking reside individuals who have proven themselves to be very capable men and women. Decision-making at their stature affects the lives of hundreds of millions, and sometimes billions.
The darkest hour of the day is the one that precedes dawn, same as 2019 has been UNREAL up until now – after 2018, when CASH (U.S. Dollars, to be exact) was the best-performing asset class and 93% of global assets were NEGATIVE for the year!
I’m looking forward to another year of market-beating returns and INSIGHTFUL strategies. I’m already putting together my list, and there’s a gold company that you need to watch very closely.
You’ve got to sift through literally hundreds of stocks to get to the really good ones. It’s time-consuming, but I don’t mind doing the legwork because those few outstanding companies deserve to be in the spotlight.