Summer 2019 Resource Sector Outlook from Sam Broom of Sprott Global


In this interview, Sam Broom, Investment Executive with Sprott Global, shares his current outlook on the resource sector. Because Sam spent his early career as an engineering geologist in both New Zealand and Australia, he offers a unique and informative perspective particularly for North American resource investors. Sam also has a keen interest in charting and technical analysis and that focus comes through in his commentary.

0:05 Introduction
1:24 Discussing private placements
5:48 How much cash should explorers have in the treasury before you invest?
7:37 Most bullish chart based only on technical analysis
10:02 Current thoughts on cobalt and nickel
12:14 Australian mining markets
18:15 How can one profit from the trade war?
21:16 Discussing change of control fees

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