by Louis James, Casey Research:
I’ve been treasure hunting in the Yukon and northern British Columbia again, a part of the world that is as beautiful as it is dangerous—for investors.
The Canadian Rockies are not the tallest mountains in the world, but they are very dramatic, rearing up thousands of feet over never-resting ocean, unstoppable grinding glaciers, and the always-changing parade of colors in the valleys below. They force air masses sliding off the sea up to cooler altitudes, frequently creating extensive cloud cover, and rain when it’s too warm for snow.
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