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The Maven Letter
A weekly newsletter keeping subscribers up-to-date on important mining sector happenings, developments and ideas around macroeconomics and metals pricing, and news from the Maven Letter portfolio. Gwen also offers new investment recommendations when opportunities arise and any notes from trips she takes to visit projects around the world.
Silver Stock Investor
A monthly newsletter with a mid-month update that is written for novice to experienced investors who want low to high-risk opportunities. Peter focuses on the high potential in the silver sector by providing detailed, concise information about the market, what he's buying and selling, and any updates for company news in the Silver Stock portfolio.
Gold Resource Investor
A monthly newsletter with a mid-month update that is dedicated to the generalist looking for low-risk leverage in a rising metals market. The Gold Resource Investor is also a good reminder for experienced investors on how to balance their portfolios. Peter updates subscribers on any happenings in the sector and news about companies in the Gold Resource Investor portfolio.
Peter Krauth is a former portfolio adviser and a 20-year veteran of the resource market, with special expertise in precious metals, mining and energy stocks. He is editor of two newsletters to help investors profit from metal market opportunities: Silver Stock Investor, www.silverstockinvestor.com and Gold Resource Investor, www.goldresourceinvestor.com. In those letters Peter writes about what he is buying and selling; he takes no pay from companies for coverage. Peter has contributed numerous articles to Kitco.com, BNN Bloomberg, the Financial Post, Seeking Alpha, Streetwise Reports, Investing.com, TalkMarkets and Barchart, and he holds a Master of Business Administration from McGill University.
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