Sprott Natural Resource Symposium 2017 Round-Up
Our coverage of the 2017 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium. Click for interviews from CEOs and analysts, plus thoughts on commodities and stock picks.
This year’s Sprott Natural Resource Symposium gave investors opportunities to network, ask questions and listen to presentations to further their knowledge of commodities and upcoming mining projects.
Sprott Group of Companies hosted the event at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver from July 25 to 28, and it featured over 180 professionals focused on resource investing. In particular, there was a lot of excitement about gold, zinc, copper and cobalt.
For those that missed the symposium, scroll down because the Investing News Network has got you covered. Find out what analysts and CEOs said through our audio interview series and our articles on the key moments from each day.
John Kaiser of Kaiser Research shared his thoughts on the resource sector and the companies he is following right now.
Eric Fry of The Oxford Club shares his thoughts on the base metals sector, precious metals and stock picks.
Hard Rock Analyst editor Eric Coffin discusses the potential for future US Federal Reserve rate hikes and other gold price catalysts.
Adrian Day of Adrian Day Asset Management shares his thoughts on the resource sector.
Jason Mayer, a senior portfolio manager at Sprott Asset Management USA, believes beaten-down gold stocks could have a change of fortune in the coming months.
At this year’s Sprott Natural Resource Symposium, the Investing News Network had the chance to catch up with Andy Schectman, president of Miles Franklin.
Byron King of Agora Financial said gold may see some ups and downs in the second half of 2017, but in general it’s heading higher.
Randy Smallwood, president and CEO of Wheaton Precious Metals, provides an overview of silver streaming and talks about an exciting copper project.
Louis James, editor of the International Speculator, discusses Trump, his latest research on the gold market and why he’s feeling confident about cobalt.
Rick Rule discusses the gold market and gives his thoughts on what the next hot commodity could be.
Scott Melbye, executive vice president of Uranium Energy, just came back from a trip to Washington with company CEO Amir Adnani, and he feels confident that nuclear energy will be a priority for the Trump administration.
Thoughts on the larger picture:
Brock Salier, a partner at Sprott Capital Partners, explains why it’s potentially profitable for investors to consider ASX- and LSE-listed mining stocks.
Jim Rickards chats about his latest book, the potential for future interest rate hikes and US President Donald Trump’s steel probe. He also shares his advice for investors.
Maria Smirnova of Sprott Asset Management outlines where silver is at today and how investors can profit.
Doug Casey, Brent Cook, Adrian Day, Matt Badiali, Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chris Gaffney and Byron King discuss their investment ideas and top stock picks for 2017.
Speaking at this year’s Sprott Natural Resource Symposium, Friedland also named three companies he’s currently bullish on.
Thoughts on the larger picture:
Robert Friedland, Randy Smallwood, Ross Beaty and Bob Quartermain discuss their successes, failures and who the industry’s next best CEOs may be.
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Securities Disclosure: I, Melissa Shaw, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.
The Investing News Network does not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the information reported in the interviews it conducts. The opinions expressed in these interviews do not reflect the opinions of the Investing News Network and do not constitute investment advice. All readers are encouraged to perform their own due diligence.