When Investing In Resources, Patience Is Key
JT Long of Streetwise’s The Energy Report talks with Frank Holmes and portfolio manager Brian Hicks about what they think investors can do to end 2015 with a strong resources portfolio.
JT Long of Streetwise’s The Energy Report talks with Frank Holmes and portfolio manager Brian Hicks about what they think investors can do to end 2015 with a strong resources portfolio. They both agree that the key word here is patience. Frank says this could be the “best of times” for those who are willing to take a long-term view in resource investing.
Brian shares some of his favorite junior names and Frank details what economic indicators he pays close attention to. Read the entire interview here.
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