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Rick Rule: Are the Worst of Times Yet to Come?

by Henry Bonner, Sprott Global:

“I plan on using this recording a few years from now as marketing material,” said Rick, speaking to current clients and friends of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., the firm he founded in 1994. “What I’m going to talk about today I think will seem like a prescient market call three or four years from now.”

His recent update was about putting the ‘carnage’ and heavy damage to people’s natural resources portfolio over the last two years, and acutely in the last couple of weeks, in perspective.

“It’s times like these that you’ll look back on as the ‘good old days,’” Rick suggests. “In 2017 or 2018, I believe we will think of 2014 as the days when you could buy companies with the most compelling projects and management teams at 75 percent discounts from their previous highs. ‘Back then, we could see a company fall 30 percent after they refused to take money from us in a private placement, and we could buy the stock at even more attractive terms,’ we’ll say.

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1 comment to Rick Rule: Are the Worst of Times Yet to Come?

  • andrew james

    Don’t let private institutions print currency for the good of the nation. End hemp prohibition. End geo engineering. End GMO’s End water fluoridation and the good times will begin to roll.

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