#197 - Rick Rule - In Resources You Are Either A Contrarian Or You Are Going To Be A Victim

58 minutes

In episode 197 we welcome our guest, Rick Rule. Rick and Meb start with Rick’s background in natural resource investing and Rick getting into his outlook for resources and precious metals.

Meb and Rick dive into some of the forces that he sees influencing gold and precious metals prices including negative yielding sovereign bonds, US budget deficits, and potential reversion to the mean for precious metals investing market share.

Rick then covers some interesting statistics Sprott has observed in investor interest in natural resource investing.

The conversation then shifts to commodities and natural resources more broadly. Rick talks oil and uranium followed by some practical thoughts on portfolio implementation.

All this and more in episode 197, including Rick’s most memorable investment.

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