The Letter I Wrote George Soros About Gold

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Lior Gantz Gold is breaking out due to geopolitical concerns and continued conditions of negative real interest rates, says Lior Gantz, editor of Wealth Research Group.

On technical aspects, gold is at a five-month high and surged above its 200-day moving average for the first time since November 2016.

For four months, we've been researching some of the most advanced strategies to own gold, as we want to store wealth, but also grow it.

This led us to a provocative idea of finding a pure money holder.

When we realized that such a company exists, we took a position ourselves and drafted this letter to legendary speculator George Soros.

We wrote to him:

Mr. Soros,

Your guys ought to set up a meeting with this CEO.

You'll get a schooling in the proper way to advance a junior mining company, and your people might learn that the new generation of resource entrepreneurs are actually value investors and genuine business builders, like yourself.

Studying 40 years of your investment history, we saw that your Quantum fund achieved its best results during the 1970s, when gold was breaking out, the Fed was raising rates, and real inflation was negative to zero.

Since this is much like today's economic condition, it would be to your benefit to keep an open mind and sink your teeth into this deal.

Here are our bullet points for you:

1. This CEO also heads one of the only companies in the U.S. that produce a key energy source. He has made shareholders 500%, 600%, 700% and 1,000% on numerous occasions.

2. We already know you're a master gold speculator and seasoned sentiment trader.

Know that this stock is an ideal vehicle for gold investors—it outperformed gold bullion by a factor of 31:1 between 2015 and 2016. While gold rose 24%, shares gained 748%.

It also outperformed all gold ETFs and baskets of juniors and majors (red line).

Gold chart

In fact, it was among the top five performers on the TSX Venture Exchange in 2016.

3. Business model: We know you invest in sophisticated businesses that have simple models and easy to understand profit structures. This company is a "mineral hoarder." We've put together all the highlights on this business model for you HERE!

Respectfully,

Wealth Research Group

This speculation is world-class. It's solid enough to intrigue the likes of billionaire George Soros, and I have no doubt you should be sinking your teeth into this stock today.

The timing couldn't be better. They just announced a gold acquisition, are fully cashed up, and the shares trade for less today than what Vancouver's top institutional investors financed it for just six months ago!

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Lior Gantz, an editor of Wealth Research Group, has built and runs numerous successful businesses and has traveled to over 30 countries in the past decade in pursuit of thrills and opportunities, gaining valuable knowledge and experience. He is an advocate of meticulous risk management, balanced asset allocation and proper position sizing. As a deep-value investor, Gantz loves researching businesses that are off the radar and completely unknown to most financial publications.

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