Rick Rule, EB Tucker, Brien Lundin, Lobo Tiggre and Frank Holmes share their best tips for resource investors in 2022.
5 Experts Share Best 2022 Tips for Resource Investorsyoutu.be
2021 is over, and now that we've recapped last year's top stories, we're looking forward to 2022.
To kick off the new year, I asked five experts to share their best tips for resource investors over the next 12 months. Without further ado, let's find out what they had to say.
Kicking off the list is Frank Holmes of US Global Investors (NASDAQ:GROW), who shared an age-specific tip for those wondering how to balance their portfolio holdings.
Lobo Tiggre of IndependentSpeculator.com is next, and he told investors that it will be important to be selective in 2022 instead of investing passively.
Brien Lundin of Gold Newsletter made a similar comment, saying that making investments as well as actively trading will be key in 2022. Among other things, he advised market participants to take advantage of current price levels and get involved in the best junior mining stocks.
For EB Tucker, author of "Why Gold? Why Now?", the beginning of the year is the time to reflect — he recommended that investors put down their devices, spend time with people and think about what they want to own, not what they want to buy.
Finally, mining industry heavyweight Rick Rule of Rule Investment Media reminded market participants to first of all invest in themselves. He also shared a special portfolio review offer.
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