Investing in “The Three Amigos”

Author: USGI
Date Posted: June 16, 2015 Read time: 2 min

During this year’s Canadian Investor Conference in Vancouver, Frank Holmes sits down with Vanessa Collette, host of Cambridge House Live, to talk resources and commodities. Frank explains to Vanessa that during his recent travels to Singapore and Europe he learned that approximately $1 trillion was spent in mining over the last 14 years. He also notes the numerous opportunities and deals he saw taking place while traveling around the globe.

During this year’s Canadian Investor Conference in Vancouver, Frank Holmes sits down with Vanessa Collette, host of Cambridge House Live, to talk resources and commodities. Frank explains to Vanessa that during his recent travels to Singapore and Europe he learned that approximately $1 trillion was spent in mining over the last 14 years. He also notes the numerous opportunities and deals he saw taking place while traveling around the globe.

In addition, Frank discusses why he sees superiority in the royalty model throughout the precious metals space, specifying his three favorite royalty names, or the “three amigos”: Franco-Nevada, Silver Wheaton and Royal Gold. Tune in to the full interview below to see why Frank says these are “beautiful companies.”

 

 

Fund portfolios are actively managed, and holdings may change daily. Holdings are reported as of the most recent quarter-end. The following securities mentioned in the interview were held by one or more of U.S. Global Investors Funds as of 03/31/2015: Franco-Nevada Corp, Royal Gold Inc., Silver Wheaton Corp.

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