Maven Metals provides guidance and insight to the generalist investor interested in metals. The letter goes through why metals offer opportunities and how to invest in the sector. Each month the letter tackles a useful topic in metals investing, such as:
It includes a concise breakdown of the important points and explains a particular investment opportunity in detail, going through the stocks in the Maven Metals portfolio with updated insight and actions.
The Maven Letter is a weekly newsletter that tracks where Maven is putting her money to generate big returns in the exploration and mining space. The Letter also keeps engaged metals investors up to date on important mining sector happenings, developments around macroeconomics and metals pricing, and news from companies in the Maven portfolio.
Understanding what resource news matters and why is the first step. Turning knowledge into investment success is the second step - and that is where a subscription to The Maven Weekly can help. Issued every Wednesday, excepting holidays. Frequency reduced to biweekly in July and August.
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.
"Gwen - I just analyzed our returns for the past month. We had a 36.7% return on our portfolio in one month! Thank you so much for your excellent, thoughtful and timely guidance. 12 of the 18 stocks in my portfolio were recommended by you. 4 were recommended by other MIF letter writers and 1 each by Eric Sprott and Rick Rule. Yes it was a good month for precious metals - Gold was up $50 and Silver $3.90 - but “our" portfolio performance more than doubled the 16% of the GDXJ"
Besides your far superior record, your format is the best I’ve seen in PM newsletters. It’s so easy to go back for older info on companies when appraising my portfolio. This compliment is from someone who has hired about a dozen letter writers so it has perspective. Keep up the good work.