How To Invest in Rick Rule

September 19, 2017 By Dudley Pierce Baker http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com   Rick Rule – You Want A Piece of Rick Rule? or perhaps more correctly, How to Invest in Rick Rule If you have ever attended a resource conference in the United States or Canada you must know the name Rick Rule. Rick is always front and center and a keynote speaker at virtually all of these events and has been for many years. He stands alone with his knowledge, quick wit and humor, yet in a extremely professional matter. If you do not know Rick Rule here is his background…. Rick Rule is the President and CEO Sprott U.S. Holdings Inc. Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. is the nation’s preeminent junior resource-focused investment firm. Founded in 1993, Sprott Global is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sprott, Inc. (SII-TSX), a Toronto-based public asset management firm. Sprott Global is a U.S. broker-dealer focused on the natural … Continue reading

Kootenay Silver’s, Jim McDonald interviewed by Katusa Research at the Cambridge Investment Conference

March 1, 2017 Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker We have know Jim McDonald for several years and are investor in KTN and KTN.WT. This interview with Katusa Research gives a great insight as to their possible growth and expansion of silver resources. For other exciting opportunities visit my website, http://CommonStockWarrants.com   Kootenay Silver Inc.   … Continue reading

Canasil Resources – A 2,000% Gainer For Me In 2016

December 29, 2016 By Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com     25% of my personal portfolio is invested in long term stock warrants on companies which I like and are in the resource sector. 75% is invested in the common shares of resource companies and/or special situations which I believe have the potential to gain 1,000% or more. A 10 Bagger – is my goal on all of my positions. Canasil Resources, TSXV:CLZ and CNSUF, has been one of my personal picks for several years and I have bought the common shares from as low as C$0.03 to C$0.12. My Gold and Lifetime subscribers have been aware of my position in CLZ as it is in my personal portfolio which they get to see as well as my frequent comments in my weekly audio. CLZ has a portfolio of 7 silver properties in Mexico and a property … Continue reading

Many of the World’s Best Investors Made Their Fortunes This Way…And You Can Too

Many of the World’s Best Investors Made Their Fortunes This Way…And You Can Too By Justin Spittler Editor’s note: Today and tomorrow, we’re stepping away from our usual market commentary to share a very important idea with you… Below, you’ll read our interview with Nick Giambruno, editor of Crisis Investing. In it, Nick breaks down his successful investing system—what he calls “the most powerful wealth building secret in investing.” You can start putting this strategy to work yourself by joining Nick’s service (more details at the end of today’s piece)… J. Spittler, editor of Casey Daily Dispatch: Nick, your advisory is called Crisis Investing. Could you explain what “crisis investing” is? Nick Giambruno: Crisis investing is basically buying elite companies in beaten-up countries or industries. When there’s a crisis, most people only see danger. But it’s actually an opportunity. A crisis often allows you to buy a dollar’s worth of … Continue reading

These Crisis Markets Are Primed to Deliver Big Gains

These Crisis Markets Are Primed to Deliver Big Gains By Justin Spittler Editor’s note: Today, we’re continuing our conversation with Crisis Investing editor Nick Giambruno. Yesterday, Nick explained the ins and outs of crisis investing…and what he looks for in a good crisis investment. In part two, Nick shares two key markets he’s keeping an eye on today… J. Spittler, editor of The Daily Dispatch: What are some of your most successful crisis investments? Nick Giambruno: In 2013, the tiny European island of Cyprus had a banking crisis. Its stock market plunged 98%. It was one of the most significant financial crises in recent memory. So Doug Casey and I packed our suitcases and boarded a plane for Cyprus. We put our “boots to the ground” and looked through the rubble for incredible bargains. At the time, there were sound, productive, and well-run businesses in Cyprus making money and paying … Continue reading

Jim Rogers On “Buying Panic”

Weekend Edition: Jim Rogers on “Buying Panic” By Justin Spittler Editor’s note: Successful crisis investing boils down to one skill. The ability to go against the crowd to buy beaten-down assets that have been left for dead. Few people know as much about this subject as Jim Rogers. Jim is a legendary investor and a true “international man.” He has earned millions investing in crisis markets. In the interview below, Crisis Investing editor Nick Giambruno speaks with Jim about this idea. It’s a fascinating discussion we think you’ll enjoy… Nick Giambruno: Thanks for joining us today, Jim. First off, tell us what you think it means to be a successful contrarian and how that relates to investing in crisis markets throughout the world. Jim Rogers: Well, there are two aspects of it. One is being a trader, being able to buy panic, and nearly always if you are a trader or an … Continue reading

Gold and Silver Stocks – How High Can They Go?

April 13, 2016 Dudley Pierce Baker http://www.CommonStockWarrants.com     In December 2003 Edward Gofsky wrote a great article titled, “The 21st Century Gold Rush: How High Can Gold and Silver Stocks Go? Higher Than You Might Think!!” Being a bull on the precious metals I thought then what a great article. I have been in touch with Edward and he has given me permission to use his article. What he did was visit the local library looking at old newspapers from the 1970’s for the price of gold and silver stocks and then comparing them to their ultimate peak in share price in 1980. Now it is probably a surprise to no one that gold and silver stocks were on fire as gold and silver peaked in January 1980 but some specific examples that Edward shares with us are just awesome and mind blowing, begging the question can ‘they’ do … Continue reading

Ellis Martin Report Editorial It’s Time to Buy Gold and Silver Stocks

March 21, 2016 Ellis Martin Reports Editors Comments: This is a fabulous rant by Ellis Martin on the gold and silver markets, an Ellis Martin that we have not heard before. Give it a listen asap and if you would like my assistance, please give my website, http://CommonStockWarrants.com. Dudley Pierce Baker, Founder-Editor … Continue reading

Stock Warrants Learning Center

February 25, 2016 Dudley Pierce Baker Founder-Editor   Perhaps you have heard of stock warrants…. Whether you are a seasoned investor or new to the idea of stock warrants I would like to introduce you to my stock warrants learning center. Here you get the skinny on stock warrants, what they are, why you should consider them and how to buy them. There are currently around 200 stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada in all industries and sectors, including the resource sector, gaming, biotech’s, pharmaceutical’s, banking, autos, blank check companies and more. Believe me, there is something here for everyone. Of course, it all starts with finding a company which you like. Then you proceed to investigate whether that company has stock warrants trading. This is what I do in our database. I monitor all stock warrants which are trading and include them in our database. We … Continue reading

FATCA: $13.5 Billion In Revenue at a Cost of $1 trillion

Sovereign Man Notes From The Field  By Simon Black February 11, 2016    Santiago, Chile Genius: FATCA has brought in just $13.5 billion in revenue on a cost of $1 trillion ​ Earlier this week the State Department released its latest statistics for people who have renounced their US citizenship. 2015 was another record year, with 4,279 people divorcing themselves from the US government and heading to greener pastures elsewhere. This was the third year in a row that broke the previous year’s record, showing that this is obviously a growing trend. The number one reason for which is quite simple: tax. Many of these individuals were Americans already living overseas who are still subject to the pay taxes to the IRS on their worldwide income. For 2015, the first $100,800 in earned income for Americans living abroad is generally tax free. However, higher income earners are still forced to pay … Continue reading