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Rog Blake
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Rog Blake
February 9, 2009 7:28 pm
Yet another offshoot from Doug Casey’s International Speculator, Big Gold focuses on gold and silver producers. While his other publications focus on highly volatile junior explorers, these companies are generally larger, easier to trade, and much more mainstream. For example, Yamana and Silver Wheaton are typical of their picks. I get this one for free since I already subscribe to other Casey newsletters. Their picks got clobbered with the downturn, but many have recovered quite a bit of ground. Unfortunately, when the market tanked they advised their readers to be cautious, especially of silver companies. For a newsletter that constantly… Read more »
hfj
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hfj
February 12, 2010 12:10 am

Apparently, a new name was given to this newsletter: Casey’s Gold & Resource Report.
Any appreciations for this cheap newsletter?

hfj
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hfj
February 15, 2010 2:48 am

It’s now CASEY’S GOLD & RESOURCE REPORT (subtitles: Natural Resource Producers, Royalty Companies & Mutual Funds).
Well-written, the newsletter is offering a portfolio with low-risk stocks, funds… Of course, you’ll find a lot of the “usual suspects”.
Interesting, but some people can find this too “conservative”.
For the same kind of investors, I found more exciting David Skarica’s GOLD STOCK ADVISER (I’ll submit a review).

busguy
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busguy
July 28, 2011 2:45 am

This is inexpensive at $79/yr. I like their layout, and find it to be an easy, simple, fun read, and instructional. Good for beginners, and good picks.

They post their back issues.

The only issue would be all the picks, too many picks in their portfolio. Sometimes hard to get into because by the time you get the issue, the stock has gone up. (It’s a monthly publication.)

My impression is this is a conservative, buy and hold newsletter. They always have as part of the portfolio some of the big boys, and avoid the small mining companies.

crussell
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crussell
February 26, 2013 2:13 pm
I have subcribed to Big Gold since its inception. It comes to me as part of the package, so to speak. It is definitely a broad brush publication. I particularly like the commentaries which I think are well written and often humerous. The research is typical Casey Research quality, that is, thorough and to the point. Still, I pick and choose from their recommendations, as i do with all the Casey publications. The final filter is always “you.” Big Gold’s primary aim is to limit trading and to buy right and hold, so to speak. They do a good job… Read more »
jrlowelljr
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February 28, 2013 2:14 am

I’m in my second year subscribing to Big Gold. The picks have performed well, especially his Best Buys.

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