John Kaiser: “Zinc Prices Have the Potential to Soar”

John Kaiser of Kaiser Research shares his thoughts on the resource sector and the companies he is following right now.

Speaking with the Investing News Network at this year’s Sprott Natural Resource Symposium, John Kaiser of Kaiser Research shared his thoughts on the resource sector and the companies he is following right now.

“I think gold is on a gradual uptrend. I don’t see it doing anything particularly special on the upside,” he said, adding that North Korea and the Middle East are major geopolitical factors to watch in 2017.

Kaiser believes that metals that are in high concentration in China, like zinc and rare earths, have potential upside due to China’s environmental awakening.

He also talked about the current resource space and how exploration companies are rethinking existing processes and walking away from the “tyranny of the prices.”

Finally, Kaiser explained why Scandium International (TSX:SCY) is still one of his top stock picks and shared what junior precious metals company he currently likes the most.

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Securities Disclosure: I, Priscila Barrera, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.

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