Transcript: High-Profit Gold Stock Forum
High-Profit Gold Stock Forum
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Transcript: High-Profit Gold Stock Forum
with Sean Brodrick and Martin Weiss
Martin Weiss: Hi, and thank you for joining this urgent gold stock forum with one of America’s No. 1 gold experts, Sean Brodrick. Sean, ready?
Sean Brodrick: I’m raring to go, Martin. This is the moment we’ve been waiting for — the market the gold investors have been dreaming about.
Martin: And I think that helps explain why questions from our readers have been flooding in — smart questions, challenging questions.
Sean: Well, they get it, Martin. They’ve seen gold march higher practically all year.
Martin: So you mean they see the potential for major fortunes still to be made.
Sean: Yeah, and they want to know how best to do that.
Martin: OK, the first question I have for you, Sean, is actually quite a surprise.
You see, last time you did a broadcast, you gave away bars of pure gold bullion worth hundreds of dollars each.
Sean: Yeah, made me popular.
Martin: So this subscriber is asking a question, apparently because he called in one minute after the deadline for getting your gold bar. And now he’s writing in and he’s saying, “Sean, I missed out.” He sounds very disappointed.
Sean: I just talked to our dealer, and the answer is “yes.” We can — and WILL — give away some gold bars and do so right now. We’ll tell you more about before we’re done.
Sean: OK, great, he’s going to be very happy about that. The next question is from Shane. He agrees with your forecast for surging gold and gold shares. But he asks,
Q: When is this all going to begin?
Sean: Are you kidding me? It already HAS begun. For years, gold was going nowhere. It was locked in a range. The market was dull, right?
Martin: No one was interested in it, except for die-hard goldbugs.
Sean: Yeah, everybody else lost interest. But this year, the price of gold bullion just burst out of its range — surged to $1,551.
Martin: The highest level in six years.
Sean: And my favorite gold shares, leveraged to the metal, suddenly took off.
Martin: Now, that’s a key point — the powerful leveraging effect that you get. So please come back to that point later. Don’t forget, OK?
Sean: OK. What I love about this situation right now, Martin, is that most average investors are still asleep. They’re not paying attention. Actually, that goes for most Wall Street analysts too. That helps explain why mining shares are still cheap, dirt cheap in my book.
Martin: So you’ve got a confirmed bull market in gold bullion. You’ve got mining shares still dirt cheap, and now —
Sean: And now here’s the clincher: As we speak, gold mining shares are starting to follow gold. And I say that they’re getting ready to jump AHEAD of gold, to take the lead in this market.
Martin: Ricardo wrote in earlier, and he wants your opinion on a particular gold stock that he owns:
Q. What do you think about K92 Mining?
Sean: That’s actually on my list of landmine stocks not to own right now. I used to own K92, and I took a nice profit. But it’s operating in New Guinea, which has gotten really grabby lately.
Martin: What do you mean by that?
Sean: The government is looking at a gold mine and saying those guys have all kinds of money. We need more of it.
Martin: Oh, they want to grab more of it.
Sean: Yeah, right, exactly. They want to grab more of the profits from the mine.
Martin: I see. While we’re on the subject of landmine stocks to avoid, why don’t you name a couple of others that you have on your list?
Sean: Sure. Don’t buy Argonaut Gold. It’s having problems with locals at its El Castillo mine in Mexico. Also avoid Excellon Resources. It’s been promising a turnaround in production for quite some time, but they just haven’t delivered.
Martin: When is that turnaround going to happen? Do you have any idea?
Sean: Someday! And actually that’s one reason that you want to stay away from any kind of a miner when the people who run the company just can’t deliver on their promises. But there are also a few stocks that just hit my “buy” watchlist.
Martin: OK. Give us their names before we’re done. That’s another thing you can’t forget, OK? Meanwhile, JT is asking,
Q. Until now, gold bullion was leading gold stocks. And now you think gold stocks will be leading gold higher?
Sean: That’s how it always goes. We’ve been around the block on this several times. And at the beginning of a major bull market in precious metals, there’s always a lag between the first blast-off of the gold bullion and the first blast-off of the gold miners. Do you have that chart that I sent you? Can you bring it up?
Martin: Is this what you’re talking about?
This first chart shows that gold went up, right? But on that very same day, the gold miners went up a lot farther.
Sean: Right. And the next chart I sent you shows how, on the same day, an individual gold miner went to the roof.
Sean: Yeah, Sandstorm. It went up 20 times more than gold bullion. And that’s one that subscribers from my Gold & Silver Trader already have.
Martin: Good for you! That’s fantastic. Sean, I’ve seen from all the comments pouring in that your subscribers have many interesting ideas about what’s causing gold to go up. They want to know …
Q. What do you think are the most important factors driving gold higher right now? And what are your target prices for gold going forward?
Sean: First, I want to say I love hearing from you subscribers. I love hearing your comments. I love hearing your questions. They’re great. Please send more in.
But to answer your questions, right now, powerful cyclical forces are converging to form the perfect storm for gold. And I’ll tell you more about each one in a moment. As to targets, I actually have three.
Target No. 1 is close in time and price. It’s around the $1,780 level.
That will be a first attempt to go through the all-time highs, but —
Martin: What’s target No. 2?
Sean: Well, that’s the thing. Target No. 2 is all-time highs, near $2,000.
Martin: At what price level exactly?
Sean: That’s hard to say, because when investors see gold at all-time highs, they’re literally going to go berserk. You’re going to see gold explode higher, and it’s anyone’s guess where it’ll end up.
Martin: Where do YOU think it will end up?
Sean: It will pull back. It will zig and zag.
Martin: Sure, it always does that.
Sean: But then it will go to my third target. It’s going to be rocketing to $3,000 per ounce. And then what do you think that’s going to do to the gold mining stocks, Martin?
Martin: As you said, the gold stocks are leveraged to gold bullion.
Martin: Yeah, and so you’re going to see many times greater performance. The gold stocks are on a launch pad. Because the profit margins widen so much, they’re just going to blast off.
Martin: OK, let me pick up this comment that just came off my screen from a reader:
Q. Some people say the U.S. government will go back to the gold standard. And if it does, it will drive gold to crazy high levels like $100,000 per ounce. Is that really possible, Sean?
Sean: Well, we’ve all learned the hard lesson that in this crazy, crazy world anything is possible. I’ve actually stopped using the word “impossible” because everything — it just comes around and it turns out that it is possible. Even the wildest scenarios.
Martin: Are you saying the gold standard is a possible scenario?
Sean: It’s not likely, but it’s out there.
Martin: What are some other wild scenarios you can conjure up that are a little bit more possible?
Sean: Well, if you want to get really wild and lose sleep at night, like I do, you could see big government default on the big debts. You could see the U.S. dollar collapse. You could see inflation destroy hundreds of trillions of dollars in paper assets.
Martin: So you’ve got debt collapses or defaults. You have inflation. You have the dollar collapse. None of those are impossible.
Sean: Right, and you could also even see the world go to war.
Martin: OK, I have a question that I got a little earlier from Esther that pertains to this.
Q. How do we prepare for World War III? Something tells me holding gold bullion won’t be enough.
Sean: Well, if there’s a World War III, it will probably have nothing to do with nuclear bombs. So that’s the good news for Esther. But don’t be surprised if governments go for what they call “the nuclear option.”
Martin: You mean in terms of monetary policy?
Sean: Yes. Like my mentor, Larry Edelson, predicted five years ago: cyberwars, trade wars and, worst of all, currency devaluation wars. Any one of these could drive gold into the stratosphere.
Martin: This is all very speculative, Sean.
Sean: Well, yeah.
Martin: But the thing is, to predict gold is going up, you don’t need to conjure up all these kinds of extreme future scenarios, do you?
Sean: No, you don’t. All you have to do is look at the present reality. The facts we have on the ground. Right now.
The present reality is that three cyclical forces are converging here and now. And these are powerful forces that have never simultaneously converged before. Each has the power to drive a major gold bull market on its own.
Martin: And when these forces interact, they create what’s called a “feedback loop,” right?
Sean: Yeah, you get it. They tend to turbocharge each other, you know? They create the conditions that can drive a huge surge in the price of gold, a surge the likes of which we’ve never seen before. And an even bigger surge in miners.
Martin: OK, tell us about the first force.
Sean: The first force is a new — you might even call it ravenous — demand for gold, especially from governments and from big investors.
Martin: Governments? What do you mean?
Sean: Central banks. Central banks around the world bought record-breaking $15.7 billion worth of gold this year.
Martin: That’s a heck of a lot of gold.
Sean: Think of them as the ultimate insiders, right?
Martin: Right, if anyone knows how crazy things are in the world and what crazy things they’re doing, they know because THEY are the ones doing it.
Sean: That’s what keeps me awake at night. So you’ve got to think they know something most people don’t know. And this is only the beginning. The World Gold Council reports 54% of central banks are planning to add more gold to their holdings.
Martin: You also mentioned big hedge funds and well-known investors are beginning to move into gold, right?
Sean: Darn right they are. Would you like me to give you some examples?
Martin: No, that’s OK. I mean, everyone can read about that in your report that you just posted. So why don’t you just go right to the second powerful force that’s going to drive gold prices and gold stocks higher? [Links to html]
Sean: It’s mostly caused by governments and central banks all over the world. They’ve made financial lunacy the new normal.
Martin: They’ve made financial lunacy the new normal. I think that’s a statement we should save for posterity. Specifically, what —
Sean: What I’m talking about is huge debts, a staggering $184 trillion in all kinds of debt globally.
Martin: So now maybe is a good time to hear from William III who says,
Q. I’m tired of hearing about big debts that just get bigger and bigger. Once they get so huge, what differences does it make anymore?
Sean: Maybe —
Martin: Maybe he’s right? Is that what you’re saying?
Sean: No, that’s not what I mean. I mean maybe the huge debts are not the biggest shocker anymore. The really biggest shocker is that, hidden inside this massive mountain of debt, is a new, unique kind of debt that never existed before.
Martin: I think I know what you’re talking about.
Sean: Right, and it undermines every single dollar’s worth of government currency around the world. I’m talking about negative-yielding debt.
Martin: Negative-yielding debt, yes.
Sean: Imagine that! You buy a bond. You buy, let’s say a 10-year bond in Germany, and you expect to earn interest on that bond, right?
Martin: But instead, you have to PAY interest.
Sean: Yeah, you’re the one who has to pay the interest. It sounds crazy, but it’s true.
Martin: Barry G. wants to know,
Q. How is a negative-yielding bond even possible? What average investor in their right mind would actually submit to that financial abuse?
Sean: Yeah, well, they’re not average investors. They’re banks. They’re big funds. And the governments don’t give them much choice. They say “It’s your patriotic duty to hold these wonderful Treasury bonds.”
Martin: Patriotic duty to hold these wonderful Treasury bonds.
Martin: I get it. And if you don’t hold them, you’ll sooner or later get a not-so-wonderful visit from our friendly government regulators. Is that the implication?
Sean: Yeah, so these institutional investors are trapped. As a cost of doing business, they actually have to buy bonds that pay the government to own them.
Until recently, most people had no idea this was going on. But now, millions of investors are waking up to this lunacy — I have to keep coming back to that word. And as a result, they are moving into gold.
Martin: Because of low interest rates, zero interest rates and negative interest rates. Carl G wrote in with this …
Q. Gold is one of the few assets that will hold when the bubble bursts and everything fails. The current interest-rate markets have been perverted by power-hungry central bankers. It’s against any normal common sense to have negative interest rates. But where are you going to put your money?
Sean: Not under my pillow, that’s for sure. Carl is right, though. Why do central banks lack common sense? They’re the ones in charge of dollars and cents. Yet they have no common sense. It just blows my mind.
Martin: I think it’s because they HAVE to do it. The system forces them to do it.
Right now, some of our readers want to see the proof about the impact of negative-yielding debt on gold. They want to see the two compared, and you sent me a chart which you also showed in your report earlier. So tell us about that.
Sean: We know because the two go hand in hand. When the amount of negative-yielding debt goes up, so, too, does the price of gold.
Martin: It’s not a perfect correlation.
Sean: Nothing’s perfect. But it’s pretty close.
Martin: Laura saw a similar chart in your report, and she asks,
Q. What does the negative yield and gold chart REALLY mean?
Sean: Well, Laura, you want the real meaning? OK, I’ll give you the real meaning. It means bond investors are getting screwed by governments all around the world. So their natural response is to do the same thing that investors have always done when they get screwed by governments. They go to gold. It’s that simple.
And guess what! We know that governments are hellbent on issuing even more of this stuff. We know they’re going to issue a lot more.
Martin: Explain how we know.
Sean: Because they’re broke and they have no choice. Because they say they’re going to do it and then they do it. And then they say they’re going to do it again and —
Martin: And they do it again!
Sean: Yeah, exactly, and we know this for a fact.
Martin: It’s absolute economic lunacy.
Sean: We know that too. Even THEY know it’s lunacy. But does that stop them? Hell no!
Martin: It’s a terrible thing. Especially because it comes hand in hand with near-zero yields that they stick to millions of retired folks — and all the big debts that they lay on future generations.
Sean: I know. I have kids. And it’s a horrible thing to do to them and to folks living off their interest income. That’s for sure. It’s a horrible thing to do to the economy.
Martin: But for gold investors?
Sean: Well, for gold bugs it’s a great opportunity to make serious money.
Martin: Tell us about the third force.
Sean: This one is no mystery. Everyone’s talking about it. It’s probably the most reliable early warning of future economic troubles and another big reason to shift to gold.
Martin: I think I know what you’re talking about. The inverted yield curve, right?
Martin: Then this is a good time for a question we got a couple of days ago from Eunice ...
Q. I don’t understand the inverted yield curve. Besides, if everyone knows about it and it’s so obvious, doesn’t it mean it’s obviously wrong?
Sean: I understand her point of view, and a lot of people are talking about it, yeah. But virtually no one is DOING anything about it.
Investors are more complacent today about all these dangers than at any time in our lifetime. I explain exactly how this works and how you can make money from it in my new report. But for now, let’s just call it “a big red flag,” like in the chart.
Martin: You mean red arrows? I see red arrows here.
Sean: Well, yes, in the chart, they’re red arrows. But I call them red flags. It reared its ugly head back in the recession of 1973. Then it did it again in 1980, 1981, 1990, 2000 and 2008.
Martin: And right now, it’s happening AGAIN.
Sean: It’s happening again, yes.
Martin: That red circle where it says “NOW.” OK. Ed wants to know,
Q. Will the coming recessions in Japan and Europe impact gold prices?
Sean: Darn right they will! Like we’ve said all along, any economic turmoil overseas will drive fear money to safer shores. And gold remains the paramount safe-haven asset of the world.
Now, here’s the key: Yields have inverted only six times in the past 50 years. And a recession has always followed. Every single time.
Martin: Like in the chart.
Sean: Yeah. But the good news is that this exact same signal is also a huge, glaring “buy” signal for gold because on average, the price of gold has shot up 94% after the yield curve inverted.
Martin: OK, I’m putting it together now. The price of gold almost doubled.
Sean: Right. So, even without the other two forces, you’re looking at a doubling from current levels.
Martin: Which neatly supports your forecast that gold’s going to $3,000 an ounce.
Sean: That’s math of it, yeah.
Martin: I get it.
Sean: But that’s just ONE of the three forces.
Martin: Force No. 1 — surging demand for gold from central banks, from institutional investors. Right?
Martin: Force No. 2 — the horrible, even negative yields that bond investors are getting stuck with, which drives them crazy.
Sean: Would drive me crazy.
Martin: It drives many of them to gold. And then?
Sean: And the last one that I just mentioned — the inverted yield curve, which, by itself, signals a doubling of gold even without the other forces.
Martin: OK. Let me see the questions. I’m getting a bunch of them here. Hold on. Oh, OK. Paul asks the when question again.
Q. Precisely when do these forces come together and start driving gold prices higher?
Sean: It’s happening right now, as we speak. And don’t forget, these three forces have never converged simultaneously before. That’s why I think this is a truly historic, once-in-a-generation buying opportunity. That’s what history teaches us. And soon, the mining shares will begin to outpace the metal. That’s what history teaches us as well.
Martin: OK. Here’s a simple but very important question from Pete.
Q. Do you recommend buying gold with leverage such as with gold futures or margin accounts to my stockbroker?
Sean: Well, no! I mean, do you need more? There’s more than enough money to be made here WITHOUT futures or margin.
Martin: So you don’t need that stuff.
Sean: No, because the gold market has built-in leverage of its own, leverage that never requires debt or margin calls or anything of the kind. And you don’t need any special kind of accounts or a lot of money to get started. Just an ordinary stock brokerage account.
Martin: No debt, no margin, no open-ended risk.
Sean: None! And still, you can make very substantial profits on even minor, seemingly insignificant rises in gold.
Martin: OK, later on, show us how exactly how that works.
Martin: First, here’s another timely question …
Q. For years, gold bugs have been talking about a big gold bull market. I’ve heard them talk about gold going to $5,000, $10,000, even $50,000. So, why now?
In other words, he’s basically saying that gold bugs have been crying “wolf” for such a long time, they’ve basically lost all credibility.
Sean: Well, maybe they were crying “wolf,” but we were warning investors not to jump in too soon.
Martin: I remember that.
Sean: Back in 2015, nearly five years ago, Larry Edelson issued that warning and so did I. Unfortunately, he’s gone now. But he said that gold investors should wait for the cycle to come together. And he said that the truly big moves in gold would come with the rising WAR cycle.
Martin: The war cycle.
Sean: Yes, he said the war cycle would really kick into higher gear in the year 2020.
Martin: That seemed like a long time away, didn’t it?
Sean: Back then, yeah.
Martin: But now 2020 is upon us.
Sean: It’s hard to believe. Just weeks away! And now, sure enough, the war cycle is rising just like Larry said it would. Plus, the three powerful forces that I told you about are coming together to form the perfect storm for gold, all converging on 2020.
Martin: Now, when you say 2020, people think election, right? And we have lots of comments coming in about the 2020 election. Ed says …
Q. I think the 2020 presidential election will be very ugly and divisive. It will dwarf the 2016 ugliness and divisions.
John G. takes that forecast to the next level, and listen to what he says …
Q. If a Democrat wins the presidential election, gold will shoot much higher. Their “free” giveaways will ruin our dollar. As it is now, we’re already in a race with the rest of the world to the bottom — printing more money and lowers interest rates. Paper currency will fairly. And once that happens, gold will skyrocket.
The implied question from both of these gentlemen is: “Do you agree? And how do you factor the election into your forecast, Sean?”
Sean: The election can have a huge impact on gold. Not because we know what the likely outcome will be. No one does. Rather, it’s because the 2020 election is the greatest investment wildcard in modern history.
Martin: Because of impeachment?
Sean: Well, that’s ANOTHER wildcard. Now you’ve got a bunch of wildcards in your hand.
Martin: Next question from Grant W:
Q. What specifically will the next war bring?
Sean: We don’t forecast specific wars. What we watch is the war CYCLE. And like we said, it could be an economic war, trade war, cyberwar, and perhaps worst of all, a currency devaluation war.
Martin: Currency devaluation! That’s ultimately the race to the bottom that John mentioned a few moments ago. But let’s get back to what’s happening now, OK?
Beth is saying,
Q. Please address what’s going to happen to U.S.! What will happen if Trump wins? What will happen if the Democrats win?
Sean: We’re going to hold a major summit on that next month, including our forecasts for the next decade. So I don’t want to get into it too deeply now.
The thing is, our destiny is not really in the hands of the Republicans or the Democrats. It’s really in the powerful cycles — and the CONVERGENCE of those cycles. That’s what drives the end game, and that’s why 2020 is just so pivotal.
Martin: We have a lot of viewers who are very interested in this cycle. And one asks
Q. If you could label the current cycle with a single word, what would that word be?
That’s a profound question, Sean. So if you need to, take some time to think about it.
Sean: I don’t have to think about it. The answer is the word “fear.”
Martin: Because of political turmoil right now? Or because of uncertainty about what might happen after the election?
Sean: Both. But it’s not just the United States. All over the world, there are people and governments with very substantial wealth. All over the world, they’re watching what’s happening in America, in China, in Russia, in the Middle East. And everywhere, we have wave after wave of uncertainty, wave after wave of fear.
Martin: But we don’t know the outcome of the election.
Sean: And we don’t have to know.
Sean: Because what we do know is all we need. We know there will be political turmoil in 2020. We know there will be fear. And we know that fear will drive investors to gold from all over the world.
Martin: Bill asks,
Q. What percentage of my assets do you suggest I keep in gold?
Sean: 10% max. Probably less.
Martin: Wait a sec, I don’t get it. You’ve said that the stock market is full of speculative bubbles, right? You’ve pointed out that bonds are yielding practically zero or even less than zero.
Sean: Exactly, yeah.
Martin: You’ve told us people are going to flee those kinds of assets and rush into gold.
Sean: That’s inevitable, yes.
Martin: And you’re predicting gold is going to double to $3,000 dollars per ounce by 2021.
Sean: If not more.
Martin: And the most you’re recommending people put into gold is 10% of their money?! Where should they put the other 90%?
Sean: I understood the question to be about gold bullion — not gold investments overall. I mean, heck, there are far bigger opportunities to make money in the gold rush than just gold bullion.
For starters, you can make five, 10, even 20 times more money in select gold mining shares.
Martin: Can you prove that?
Sean: Absolutely, I can prove it with recent history. And I can prove it with some simple arithmetic.
Martin: Start with recent history then.
Sean: All right. Not long ago, when the price of gold bullion rose 10%, you could’ve banked a 102% gain on select gold shares.
When gold rose 2.8%, you could’ve made a gain on gold shares of 111.5%.
And when gold rose 5%, you could have made 160%.
When gold rose 16%, you could’ve earned 229%.
Martin: The next viewer says …
Q. Sean, I’m just an average Joe who doesn’t know beans about mining or mining shares. But based on my past experience, I’m convinced that gold experts like you can help steer me away from the dogs and select the gems among all the mining shares out there. What I need more convincing is in the area of timing. How do I know you won’t tell me to buy precisely when it’s the best time to sell and tell me to sell when it’s really the best time to buy?
It’s almost like this guy is reading your mind, Sean, because I know you’ve come fully prepared to answer this question.
Martin: You’re darn right I have. It’s the guts of my new service.
Sean: Your magic timing indicator.
Sean: It’s not magic. It’s science and mathematics. But can I save this question about timing for later? Because I first want to give you the other proof of why gold shares offer a bigger profit opportunity than gold bullion.
Martin: Oh, OK, right, please go ahead.
Sean: Let’s say an ounce of gold costs $1,400 and it jumps to $1,600. That’s a 14% gain.
Martin: Not too bad.
Sean: Yeah, but let’s say you own a gold mining company. And let’s say this company’s total cost to mine gold is an average of $1,350 per ounce. So what’s the company’s profit per ounce?
Martin: Well, OK, they mine gold for $1,350. And you said the price at that point is $1,400, right? So $1,400 minus $1,350 — they make 50 bucks per ounce.
Sean: Right. But now let’s say gold rises to $1,600. Does this drive up the company’s cost?
Martin: I don’t think so.
Sean: Of course not! Despite the rising price of gold, it still costs this company the exact same $1,350 to mine each ounce. So now how much is their profit?
Martin: Their profit is $1,600 minus 1,350. $250 per ounce.
Sean: Exactly. You see? Suddenly, their profits have surged from $50 to $250 per ounce. In other words, with a meager 14% rise in the price of gold, they just multiplied their profit margins five times over.
To put this in perspective, imagine if Apple announced they’d magically quintupled their profits overnight.
Martin: That’s never going to happen.
Sean: Well, of course not. But if it did, the stock would go through the roof. This is why all it takes is a very minor gold-price increase to give you potential gold-stock gains of hundreds of percent in just weeks or months.
Now, I’m ready to go back to the timing question. Can you bring that one back, Martin?
Martin: Hold on, there’s so many questions here, I’m sorry. I can’t find it, but I do remember it. What this reader was saying is he trusts experts like you to pick the right mining shares, but he needs convincing that you can do a good job with the timing — the timing of the market.
Sean: Exactly what I’ve been dying to talk about. I’ve discovered a unique timing indicator I apply to gold-stock charts. When it appears, it signals the stock is about to explode higher. And if you could learn to spot this secret pattern, you could get a lot richer from the new gold rush.
Martin: So it tells you when to buy a gold stock before it soars.
Sean: Right. I call it the Gold X Buy Signal. It’s so powerful it routinely predicts virtually every gold-stock run-up of 250% or more. And if you know how to spot this Gold X pattern, you can consistently generate thousands of dollars of profits from the market.
Martin: OK, show us the charts.
Sean: Now, as you can see on this chart, Gold X signaled a buy on Wheaton Precious Metals. The result, a 336% gain.
Martin: And there’s another one right there.
Sean: Yeah, here’s another Gold X Buy Signal. This time on Iamgold, result, a 370% gain.
Martin: And that little X there is where you got the signal.
Martin: Are the profits all this big?
Sean: No. Some are smaller, some are larger. Plus it doesn’t work 100% of the time. You’ve also got to expect some losers. But look at these. 160% gains on Asanko Gold.
Martin: Yeah, right there, I see it.
Sean: 370% on Iamgold, 650% on Sandstorm Gold, 742% on Wheaton Precious Metals. And another 1,300% on Wheaton. And as you can see, the lists of winners this spots, well, it just goes on and on.
Martin: Which is this Gold X Indicator forms the backbone of your new service, right?
Sean: Gold & Silver Trader, yes.
Martin: In just a few words, explain again why you decided to create Gold & Silver Trader.
Sean: Because my Gold X Indicator is really ideal for the current market environment. And because this opportunity is so big and broad, it needed a dedicated service. And as the next, more dramatic, phase of the gold rush approaches, the timing couldn’t be better.
Martin: You opened the doors to your Gold & Silver Trader for the first time just a few weeks ago, right?
Sean: Yes, and we already have hundreds of investors jumping on board. Plus, today, to mark this occasion, and as my thank you for your interest, I’d like to reopen the doors at a special discounted rate.
Martin: I have a viewer here who wants to remain anonymous, Sean. He says he’s determined to make money with you but he’s seeking to figure out how much it costs and how much it’s actually worth. He’s trying to balance those two.
Sean: It’s hard to place a finite monetary value on a service like this. But I can tell you this: Just one trade could cover the yearly membership cost in a heartbeat. And I anticipate an average of about 40 or 50 trades per year. And all the specs are available on my website.
Martin: Thanks, but I don’t think you really answered the question about how much it’s worth.
Sean: Well, that depends on how much money it can make for you right? What is it worth to you if it turns a $1,000 investment into $5,000 or even $15,000, and then does that again and again for a year?
Martin: You have more info about your guarantee also on your webpage, I presume.
Sean: I do, just a click away from the screen you’re watching right now.
Martin: Claus wants to know,
Q. How much money can I make? I know you can’t predict the future. But give me an estimate.
Sean: You’re right, but here’s what I can tell you. Gold is probably going to double. With gold shares, you can multiply that double tenfold. And here’s another kicker, which I’m throwing into the service as an extra, optional bonus. With select call options on hot mining stocks, you can multiply those gains by another 10 times.
Martin: And the bar of pure gold?
Sean: Yes! I’m giving away a 5-gram bar of pure gold to everyone who signs up today. Plus, you get my guarantee, which is the boldest guarantee I’ve ever made in my lifetime.
Martin: Thank you, Sean, I appreciate your time.
Sean: Aren’t you forgetting something?
Martin: Am I having a senior moment here?
Sean: Well, kind of. The three stocks that just hit my watchlist.
Martin: Sorry. But no worries. We’ve got a couple of minutes left.
Sean: I call them red-hot gold stocks, but just be careful. I’m waiting for a final “buy” signal, and if you buy before my buy signal, you could wind up in a dead zone.
Martin: Understood, go ahead.
Sean: Red hot gold stock No. 1 is the cash king. It just crushed third-quarter earnings estimates. It’s brimming with cash. It increased quarterly production to a record 470 million ounces.
Martin: Name it please.
Sean: I’m talking about Agnico Eagle. Red hot gold stock No. 2 is the hedge fund secret. This company is also crushing earnings, and hedge funds are quietly piling into it.
Martin: How do you know that?
Sean: Because, in the third quarter of 2019, the number of hedge funds buying into the stock jumped 40%.
Martin: And the hedge fund secret is?
Sean: Gold Fields. Red hot gold stock No. 3 is the record-setter. This tiny stock is already rocketing higher, and the company just broke records for both mine production and profits, yet it currently trades for under $1 per share.
Martin: Sorry, like I said, the stock is tiny. I can’t share that name with a broader audience.
Sean: OK, that’s perfectly understandable. Hey, one more thing. What about all the rest of the questions? We barely scratched the surface.
Martin: What do you suggest we do? I know there are tons of questions we couldn’t get to.
Sean: No worries! I’ll address as many as I can in upcoming issues.
Martin: OK, and I’m sure your readers will appreciate that. Thank you, everyone, for joining us today.