By Ryan – Published on January 16, 2019
The best performing stock in Canada over the past 10-years and over the past year (2018) have one thing in common – they are boring businesses and all they do is make us money! (both revealed below). In my VRIC speech I will highlight 3-4 boring money making stocks from our intensive...
By Chris – Published on January 15, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Chris Martenson Without any question the biggest investment trend of the past decade has been the result of central bank money printing. That regime is now coming to an end and 2019 will see the largest, and most seismic shift in investing as we have now shifted...
By Thom – Published on January 15, 2019
Brand New Gold Producers That Sidestep The Dilution Pit & Enrich Their Shareholders: Yukon, Ghana, Finland & Beyond VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Thom Calandra I'd love to be able to say I made a king's ransom in gold and other metals and metals equities since the '08...
By Andrew – Published on January 14, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Andrew O'Donnell The Thesis: We reached peak gold in 2015, we have a struggling market and some dire inevitabilities to face. The Fed cannot keep printing money, just shaking the money tree. The move against the dollar hegemony and an all-out attack on freedom...
By Kai – Published on January 14, 2019
No Money, No News, No Gains – All Pain in 2018 How companies and investors can escape the death spiral VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Kai Hoffman Pointing out the obvious here, but 2018 was a lost year for many junior exploration companies. We have seen a tremendous slow down in money...
By Fabi – Published on January 11, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Fabi Lara I see investors feeling very uncertain about the US markets, with Asian and European markets showing similar lacklustre returns, if any at all. Uncertainty is very often a precedent for a bear market and we are long overdue one in the equities market. Why...
By David – Published on January 10, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: David Erfle As we move into 2019, there are a few trends that are continuing to heat up as we conclude a year of turmoil in the global marketplace. The global economy has turned down heading into the new year and presents a real crisis, as quantitative easing in...
By Christopher – Published on January 9, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Christopher Aaron Commodity and stock markets are moving in recognizable patterns that will directly impact investor returns over the next 5 - 10 years. Why it's Important: Patterns appear over and over again throughout nature. Human beings are part of the...
By Jayant – Published on January 7, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Jayant Bhandari The US dollar has increased in value, given the “America First,” pro-business changes that Trump administration has undertaken. There is fear in the market from the trade-war between the US and China, which in my view will end up as nothing...
By Brent – Published on January 7, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Brent Cook It seems the investment world is entering a period of uncertainty resulting from geopolitical issues including, but not limited to, BREXIT, US relations and tariffs with other countries, internal US political issues, slowing global growth, the rolling over...
By Sid – Published on January 4, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Sid Rajeev The strong US$ impacted prices of most of the commodities in 2018. Zinc suffered the most (down 16% YoY), followed by platinum (down 12% YoY), and silver (down 7% YoY). The TSXV is down 29% YoY. Why it's Important: We expect commodity prices to...
By Peter – Published on January 4, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Peter Spina The return of fear and uncertainty has come back to Wall Street and beyond. The recent instability in the markets coming from global central bank liquidity tightening along with rising rates is destabilizing a system addicted to artificial stimulus and...
By Jeff – Published on January 3, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Jeff Clark The world is filled with toppy markets, financial bubbles, and bloated debt levels in virtually every segment of society. And it’s all taken place within a global monetary system where, for the first known time in history, all currencies are...
By Adrian – Published on January 2, 2019
VRIC 2019 Featured Speaker: Adrian Day The long period of Quantitative Easing following the credit crisis of 2008—ultra low interest rates and huge increases in central banks’ balance sheets—had consequences, expected and unexpected. In like manner, any period of tightening...