by Jeff Clark, Casey Research:
We’ve spent the past couple issues of BIG GOLD and the International Speculator examining our recommended companies in depth. We’ve analyzed all-in costs, tracked insider holdings, and projected stock prices based on lower metals prices. We’ve monitored political risk, reassessed the viability of projects, and examined past corrections to determine when gold might bottom.
But there’s one factor that trumps all these.
The investor’s attitude. More specifically, his or her emotional reaction to the gold industry’s current retreat. After all, even if a company has high-grade projects, top management, low political risk, and below-average costs, it doesn’t do the investor any good if they don’t own the stock.
The realities of gold’s price action over the past couple months dictate that our emotions not control our investment actions. We should coolly evaluate the circumstances based on facts, trends, and historical similarities.
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