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Patiently Climbing Aboard the New Golden Bull (02/29/2016)
Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger has done his research and believes the long-term and intermediate-term status of the gold market and its associated gold miners is unequivocally bullish. In this article for The Gold Report, he lays out his case, explaining that every indicator he has used since the late 1970s is kicking into gear.
Now that Exploration Insights founder Brent Cook is starting to see the bright side of the mining equity cycle, he brought in former Canaccord Genuity Analyst Joe Mazumdar to cover developers and producers at the newsletter. In this interview with The Gold Report, the pair share observations from their recent travels and a short list of companies they are compiling to take advantage of a possible upswing in gold in all currencies.
Continuing stock market volatility is causing some investors to rethink their biotech investments. For generalists, in particular, choosing a winning company is almost a roll of the dice. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Ed Arce, a managing director with H.C. Wainwright & Co., shares insights investors can use to avoid mistakes when evaluating up-and-coming companies, and identifies some likely winners for 2016.
When the New York markets run out of steam, the gold market gets hot. HRA Editor Eric Coffin has been watching the companies with the best assets, waiting for just this moment. In this interview with The Gold Report, he shares the names of the best in the gold, silver, copper and uranium spaces and tells you where you can go to talk to the CEOs.
Dramatic daily moves in the U.S. dollar, gold prices and the larger markets are pointing to a global banking collapse that will send resource prices higher in 2016, according to 321gold.com founder Bob Moriarty. In this interview with The Gold Report, he shares his insights on how mining equities will react and five names he is watching.
Stock analysts fall into a few different categories. There are buyside analysts and sellside analysts, and then there are independent analysts commissioned by companies to highlight underexposed business models and growth prospects. The independent analyst, such as Van Leeuwenhoeck's Marcel Wijma, normally works in the small- and micro-cap stock universe, where the buyside and sellside rarely go. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Wijma brings to light five diverse, overlooked small-cap biotech stocks from Canada, Europe and Australia that could bring huge returns to investor portfolios.
When celebrity investor Mark Cuban announces to the world that he is investing in gold, is that a sign that the ride up is just getting going, or that it has already peaked? The Gold Report reached out to long-time experts in the sector for a better understanding of what is moving the markets—negative interest rates, a topping dollar, Fed testimony, increased gold buying in China—and what that means for junior mining stocks in the coming months.
Geordie Mark, head of mining research with Haywood Securities, sees opportunity in both development-stage and producing precious metals equities, especially those domiciled in countries like Canada and Australia, where the currency has depreciated considerably against the U.S. dollar. For development-stage companies, Mark says it's all about visible time frames, good margins and a modest capex. And for producers it's all about recent performance. In this interview with The Gold Report, Mark recommends two names in each category and tells investors to stay firm on quality, margin and performance.
It takes nerves of steel to follow micro-cap stocks and ascribe future valuations in hefty multiples. Raghuram "Ram" Selvaraju of Rodman & Renshaw has made the micro- and small-cap biotech universe his specialty, and his track record is impressive. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Selvaraju, a former big pharma researcher, details four growth names that could follow in the hallowed footsteps of previous winners.
Joe Reagor's Equity Picks for Patient Pickers (02/08/2016)
Picking gold and silver equities in a stagnant price environment is a stock picker's game that requires a particular thesis—and a fair portion of patience, says Joe Reagor, an analyst with ROTH Capital Partners. In this interview with The Gold Report, Reagor outlines types of companies he prefers and pairs those with names that patient investors could parlay into promising profits.
Brian Bagnell's Tips for Smart Oil and Gas Investing (02/04/2016)
In today's tough price environment where most oil and gas juniors are losing money, a strong balance sheet is the key to survival, says Brian Bagnell. Access to liquidity will also help these companies hold on until prices rise again. Bagnell, a research analyst for Macquarie Capital Markets, tells The Energy Report he expects a gradual turnaround to begin late this year, and gives his tips on identifying companies that can weather the storm.
When Gold Standard Ventures announced on February 1 that Goldcorp would be investing CA$16.1 million for 9.9% of the junior's shares, industry watchers took notice. In this analysis written exclusively for Streetwise Reports, Thibaut Lepouttre, editor of Caesars Report, speculates on why the major acted when and where it did, and what it might mean for the future.
Canada is a wellspring for natural resources and the industries built around them. But the country also encompasses healthcare-related businesses that are growing, generating cash flow and flourishing. Bruce Campbell of StoneCastle Investment Management has managed both U.S. and Canadian portfolios, and he knows both spheres. As a hedge fund and mutual fund manager concentrating on Canadian companies, he has made a specialty in acquisitions of cash-generating healthcare companies. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Campbell discusses seven small-cap growth names, all of which have reached share-price levels that do not reflect their capacity to grow. Some may offer rare opportunities to buy at risk-mitigated value prices.
You have to have a plan and stick to it. This wisdom from U.S. Global Investors Fund Manager Ralph Aldis is true for investors and mining companies. And it may be even more true when the market seems to be careening from one disaster to the next. In this interview with The Gold Report, Aldis shares seven companies he is sticking with come low gold prices or a high Purchasing Managers Index.
|"GFG agreed to acquire 560 km sq of mineral rights west of Timmins."|
|"VIT's current enterprise value of ~CA$210M seems to be too low."|
|"Final results at NXE's Rook 1 point to the quality of the project."|
|"SEA's Iron Cap is likely to expand beyond 6–8 Moz Au and 2–2.5 Blb Cu."|
|"EFR is a good long-term bet on higher uranium prices."|