TORONTO, Canada: Today Smallcappower.com is pleased to feature an exclusive interview with prominent small cap resource focused fund manger Mr. Rick Rule, Chairman/Founder of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd.
To read the full interview please visit: http://www.smallcappower.com/experts/posts/rick-rule-exclusive-interview-15-2-2013
In this Smallcappower.com exclusive, Mr. Rule provides his views on the current state of markets and commodities. Mr. Rule states: “the Venture Exchange is overcrowded with unprofitable companies and we need to have a period like, ’91, ‘92 and ‘93 where dozens of companies got delisted every month”.
Furthermore, he says he is bullish on gold and precious metals in general and aggressively invests in the private placements and loves the platinum and palladium space, sub -400 million market cap Canadian oil and gas resource plays and exploration juniors that use a prospect generator joint venture model.
About Rick Rule:
Rick Rule founded Global Resource Investments in 1994. Global provides investment advice and brokerage services to high net worth individuals, institutional investors and corporate entities worldwide. In 2011, Global was acquired by Sprott, Inc., a public company based in Toronto, Canada that has in excess of $10 billion in assets under administration in the resource and commodity sectors.
Mr. Rule has been active in natural resource investing for thirty-five years. He is well recognized for his knowledge of the mining, energy, water, forest products, infrastructure, and agriculture sectors. A popular public speaker, Mr. Rule is a featured presenter at investment and industry forums and conferences around the world.
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Generally, natural resources investments are more volatile on a daily basis and have higher headline risk than other sectors as they tend to be more sensitive to economic data, political and regulatory events as well as underlying commodity prices. Natural resource investments are influenced by the price of underlying commodities like oil, gas, metals, coal, etc.; several of which trade on various exchanges and have price fluctuations based on short-term dynamics partly driven by demand/supply and nowadays also by investment flows. Natural resource investments tend to react more sensitively to global events and economic data than other sectors, whether it is a natural disaster like an earthquake, political upheaval in the Middle East or release of employment data in the U.S. Low priced securities can be very risky and may result in the loss of part or all of your investment. Because of significant volatility, large dealer spreads and very limited market liquidity, typically you will not be able to sell a low priced security immediately back to the dealer at the same price it sold the stock to you. In some cases, the stock may fall quickly in value. Investing in foreign markets may entail greater risks than those normally associated with domestic markets, such as political, currency, economic and market risks. You should carefully consider whether trading in low priced and international securities is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Sprott Global, entities that it controls, family, friends, employees, associates, and others may hold positions in the securities it recommends to clients, and may sell the same at any time.
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