Likely at this point you’ve heard about all of the reasons to be concerned about the U.S. dollar and treasury market. However if you’re wondering if there’s actually anything you can do to respond in a positive financial manner, last week’s Sprott Symposium was evidence that there are yet still an abundance of solutions out there.
I was fortunate to be able to attend the event in person, and what I witnessed was beyond what I could have imagined, and in reality it was truly inspiring.
It’s refreshing anytime you’re joined by people who have a like-minded perspective, and who are also genuinely looking for positive ways to make our society better. I’ve found that to be a consistent theme within the precious metals community, and the Sprott Symposium brought many of today’s finest investment minds together in one place.
Hosted by legendary investor Rick Rule, the symposium featured guests ranging from precious metals miners, to analysts, to newsletter writers, and a lot of the sharpest thinkers in today’s financial industry. And at least in my experience, which includes 11 years on Wall Street and an MBA from Wharton, having seen what the Wall Street crowd has to offer, and being at the Sprott Symposium all week, it just felt like I was around the crowd that was going to come out on top.
It was also encouraging in the sense that many of the speakers and presenters were coming from a mindset that is aware of the challenges facing the dollar and the other paper currencies. And they’ve created investment and business opportunities with those concerns in mind.
It was exciting to meet folks like Keith Neumeyer of First Majestic Silver, and Amir Adnani of Uranium Energy Corp, who are not only both great company builders, but also executives who understand the value of building quality management teams. That believe in integrity-based business practices, and also offer the potential for incredible investment returns.
There was also just a general positive energy and confidence among the speakers and attendees that was palpable. Personally I found it exciting to think about what next year’s conference might be like should the move that myself and many others have forecast in the commodity sector finally occur. I believe that a lot of the companies and investors that were at the symposium are on the verge of receiving incredible investment returns, and it’s exciting to think about what’s to come.
So if you’re tired of hearing about the problems in the financial world, I can certainly associate with that. However if you are interested in hearing some of the incredible opportunities that have been created in response, you can get the audio recordings of the symposium here, or consider attending next year’s event.
July 21, 2018