After a stellar 80% gain in 2016, the galvanizing metal has stepped back so far in 2017.
That run was predicated on a supply shortage but was really fueled by speculation. Remember the context: in 2006 and 2007 the precious metals markets were rocking, mining markets were hopping, uranium had been on a tear, copper was killing it – the audience was excited to hear about another metal with opportunity and so the run took on a life of its own.
OK, so that all sounds pretty bullish. What changed of late? The answer seems to be that mines with capacity have increased production.
In her letter, Resource Maven explains what she is buying and selling, and why. Maven has bought into several of the markets best - performing stocks well ahead of the curve. She regularly identifies exciting new exploration opportunities and manages the inherent risk by selling some into speculative gains. And the mine builder and operator stocks that form the basis of the portfolio give strong, ongoing leverage to the rising prices of gold and silver. She has your precious metal bases covered.
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