Casey Research Highlights Frank Holmes’ Pattern to Success

Author: USGI
Date Posted: September 9, 2014 Read time: 3 min


Marin Katusa, chief energy investment strategist at Casey Research, writes of his professional experience with Frank Holmes in a recent post. Marin also gives a glimpse of his admiration for Frank in a personal light and outside of work, starting with a brief anecdote of the two taking a morning run through the streets of Albania during a recent trip to the country.

Marin compliments Frank on his diligence, enthusiasm and love for the industry, but uses the running story to show that Frank also embraces this type of energy in his personal life. The commentary by Marin himself is brief but entertaining, and quickly shifts focus to a recent Frank Talk post about patterns in trading.

Take a look at this wonderful introduction of Frank Holmes by Marin Katusa for this week’s guest columnist post on Casey Research.

 

Learn Frank Holmes’ Patterns to Success

 

Check out our copper slideshow and see the last time Frank and Marin explored investment opportunities together in Southern British Columbia.

 

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