Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Gold Stocks Are the Cheapest I've Ever Seen

BIG GOLD's Jeff Clark recently caught up with Charles Oliver, the senior portfolio manager of the Sprott Gold and Precious Minerals Fund (SPR003, Series A; unavailable in the US). He made a splash with a gold-price prediction four years ago that didn't quite come true, with consequences that have created a new legend for the man, as you can see below.

That amusing episode now behind us, we have to say that we like and respect Charles, so Jeff interviewed him to learn what he sees coming next. Charles also discussed the lag in gold stocks and what may turn them around, the possibility of companies hedging their production, why he's bullish on silver, and more.
I'm actually with Jeff now, in Florida at our Recovery Reality Check Summit, where we are both doing our best to add value for participants as well as keep the next issues of BIG GOLD and Casey International Speculator on track for publication this week.

The speakers are doing a fantastic job – Doug was as feisty and funny as ever, Rick Rule as precise and eloquent as ever, and David Stockman was highly informative, persuasive, and entertaining… a great show all around, so far. If you were not able make it, I do encourage you to order the recordings of the sessions.

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