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Everything is harder in a bear market.

Explorers have to work incredibly hard to raise money. It takes immense effort to attract attention for good results. With everyone lacking cash, it takes forever to negotiate a deal. Most companies are down to a fraction of their former workforce; each employee has far more to do so any one task takes far longer.

I hear it from everyone. For me, my main task is finding opportunities to profit in the mining sector and that is definitely far easier in a bull market.

But there are opportunities out there, both in the short term and in the long run.

In my newsletter I have recommended three stocks in the last six weeks. One is already up 30%. Another is an arbitrage opportunity where – provided you have confidence that deal will close, which I do – you can spend $0.25 today to be paid out between $0.35 and $0.40 in cash in a few months, a gain of 40 to 60%. The third is up only a touch so far, but it put into the portfolio the most best exploration project in the world for the mined commodity with the most bullish outlook – uranium.

Finding these opportunities is not easy. It requires time and expertise. You have to keep abreast of commodities, which requires continual assessment of macroeconomics. You have to understand geology and capital markets and risk and infrastructure and permitting and metallurgy and promotion. And you have to have access to management, because I want to talk directly to the people who would be spending spend my investment dollars.

I can do all these things because it is my full time job. For everyone interested in mining investments who works outside of the sector, it’s nearly impossible to keep up.

You need people on your team. I’m biased, but I think newsletter writers are a good place to start as long – as you know what you’re getting.

The newsletter world got murky in the last bull market. Envious of the respect and response newsletter writers got for their words, a swath of IR groups started putting out newsletter-like content. But there is one massive difference: they get paid to write up a company.

The newsletter writers I like do not take money from companies. Their endorsements cannot be bought.

That is how I operate as Resource Maven. It is also how Eric Coffin of HRA Advisories and Brent Cook of Exploration Insights operate. We all write about what we are buying and what we are selling and why.

And on January 23rd we are hosting a conference in Vancouver that will bring together a select group of those vetted companies for a day of corporate updates and shop talk.

In one day, Metals Investor Forum attendees will get:

  • Market analysis and outlook from three metals experts
  • Short presentations from exploration, development, and mining companies that have earned a recommendation from Brent, Eric, or Gwen
  • Catered coffee and lunch breaks that provide ample time to talk with the host newsletter writers and management teams
  • A day to talk shop and discuss investment opportunities with like-minded mining investors!

The list of presenting companies is not yet finalized, but confirmed at this point are:

  • Kaminak Gold (TSXV: KAM)
  • Uranium Energy (NYSE: UEC)
  • Lion One Metals (TSXV: LIO)
  • Goldquest Mining (TSXV: GQC)
  • Eurasian Minerals (ETXV: EMX)
  • Mirasol Resources (TSXV: MRZ)
  • Evrim Resources (TSXV: EVM)
  • Pilot Gold (TSXV: PLG)
  • Energy Fuels (TSX: EFR)
  • True Gold (TSX: TGM)

It is going to be a fantastic event. These are all strong companies with exciting stories to tell (and another 5 such companies will be added to the list before the event). The audience will be made up primarily of folks who subscribe to Eric, Brent, or me – but we reserved a few tickets for other interested investors.

If you’d like to join us on January 23, CLICK HERE and reserve your ticket today!

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Great job Gwen... you are becoming the most credible in the world at this... Bravo

-JA (June 1, 2020)

Hi Gwen: I was going to write a couple of days ago because I had not received anything regarding my subscription, so was happy to receive this yesterday.

I guess it was sometime in 2017 when I first subscribed to the Maven Letter because I was very disappointed with where my _____ newsletter subscriptions were going. I have been very pleased with both the style and contents of the letter, it reflects my interest in the junior market. I was really pleased with your excellent piece in the last issue regarding PP's and "free trade dates". But, more than anything I thank you for the Premium Service. It is a service that is excellent. In the past year we have had a number of issues that have soared and others that have been just great. There has only been one that disappointed, but even on that one I managed to almost break even and still have the warrants. Many thanks for a job well done.

-B (September 2020)