#gold #silver #Miners 52 weeks low all around, buying opportunity !

As Bob Moriarty (321gold) likes to say : “These are the two best times of the year to buy junior resource stocks”

He is meaning in summer (now) or during the tax loss period end of year.

Today we are facing a lot of 52 weeks lot (despite gold still around 1800 USD not far from long term top (see above)).

You can find at the bottom of that article a bunch of 52w low alerts I got.

GDXJ and GDXJ are quite representing the whole market and also hitting 52 week low (or almost)

In my former articles about miners, I have been explaining several times that the commodity stocks are undervalued. (especially this one : https://www.crottaz-finance.ch/blog/long-term-gold-silver-and-mining-co/)

My conclusion : it is a screaming buy here.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you would like some gold stocks ideas (do not forget to read my disclaimer regarding the investment risks)

These are the messages I have been receiving last week (non exhaustive list)

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About gold value

Is Gold too expensive ?

For sure your banker will answer !

Too expensive compared to what ?

Should be your next question

Hereafter two graphs representing gold price (in USD) compared to the US M1 and M2 money supply (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_supply)

Is Gold too expensive in your eyes ?

In addition of direct physical gold purchase (avoid not gold backed ETF) you can buy some gold mines. Producers, Developers or Explorers.

If you are interested, I can provide you some interesting names.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you would like some gold stocks ideas (do not forget to read my disclaimer)

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Podium pour le #lithium ?

Après vous avoir écrit (en décembre 2020) le billet “Podium pour le Vanadium” : https://www.crottaz-finance.ch/blog/podium-pour-le-vanadium/ dans lequel je vous proposais quelques idées à suivre et vous expliquais ce qu’était le Vanadium et ses implications techniques, voici un petit article sur le lithium.

Juste avant de poursuivre, depuis décembre le cours du vanadium a passé de 25$ à 40$ environ….

La demande de lithium est en constante hausse

Les batteries des véhicules électriques peuvent utiliser le carbonate de lithium ou l’hydroxide de lithium, mais l’industrie parle en général du LCE (lithium Carbonate equivalent) qui contient les deux.

BECs = Battery Electric Vehicle, PHEV =plug-in hybrid electric vehicle

Le prix du lithium a décru depuis 2018 mais semble repartir à la hausse

Les anticipation de George Miller (BMI Benchmark Mineral Intelligence) voient un déficit de LCE de 25’000 tonnes cette années jusqu’en 2022 et une hausse forte de la demande : https://www.resourcesrisingstars.com.au/news-article/huge-lift-battery-graphite-demand-expected)

C’est la Chine qui mène le bal de la production

merci à Heinz pour cette idée d’article.

Happy Investing

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