There are many areas that must be addressed during a crisis to survive. We’ve provided crisis survival advice on transportation, gold, heating, and electricity. In this month’s issue, Jim turns to what may be the most critical survival need of all.
As the Fed-sponsored bubble unwinds, more investors will look to gold and solid junior miners as a better investment alternative than the U.S. dollars that the Fed abuses to keep the financial system and the U.S. Treasury bond market solvent. Jim and Dan are re-recommending a stock that we took gains on in March, and is now available at a lower price, despite impressive operating results and progress in its growth projects.
Gold Will Shine In The Next Wave Of Global Liquidity… Bitcoin Is Not A Replacement For Gold… And More!
Here are five Gold Nuggets Dan found interesting and is recommending you read this week. Inside these articles, you’ll learn how gold will shine in the next wave of global liquidity… Bitcoin is not a replacement for gold… and more!
Stock buybacks have been in the news a lot in the past several years. They can be used to create or destroy value, depending on the circumstances. In today’s commentary, Dan details how to create a successful buyback program that creates value, while most are actually destroying value for long-term shareholders.
A disruption in power is a critical threat in a crisis environment. This is especially true in the winter months when heating a home is essential for survival. There are several home heating solutions, including highly effective systems that are free. Jim details different options in this month’s survival briefing.
With a coming slowdown in the U.S. housing market and manufacturing sector, the result will be diminished demand for industrial commodities, including chemicals. Also, a stagflation environment, driven partly by high oil and natural gas prices, is bearish for chemical stocks. Jim and Dan revisit a fund heavy in chemical and material stocks as manufacturers in these sectors are at risk of reporting lower margins and sales volumes in the coming months.
Here are the Five Links Jim found interesting and is recommending you read this week. Inside these articles, you’ll learn why Russia will default again… how global supply chain snafus just got worse… and more!
The French daily Le Figaro reports that 1 in 3 refugee arrivals in France is non-Ukrainian. It’s reminiscent of the Syrian refugee crisis, but to be fair, those numbers were much worse. Western European taxpayers are generous but don’t like getting taken for a ride. Happy Hump Day from sunny Calbayog! We went to the...
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GOLD shares performed very well in February as its outstanding fourth quarter report indicated. So, there is better value available in our other gold positions. We will keep an eye on Barrick acquiring junior producers at attractive prices in the near future. For now, we recommend taking profits on this position.