written by reader What do you think about Franco Nevada $FNV a gold play from Stansberry

By backoffice, October 3, 2019

that’s promising big returns for the coming Gold Bull run stating returns for this year have been close to 40 %. What do you think about this Travis?

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bm4sgs
bm4sgs
11 months ago

It was also mentioned by Jason Bodner as the gold stock of the 5 stocks on his webinar for Palm Beach Trader. Stansberry also mentioned Royal Gold RGLD. But now he’s touting a $7 stock. No idea what it is.

ash44
ash44
5 months ago
Reply to  bm4sgs

Were all 5 gold stocks? Can you please share the other 4 stocks?

bunion132
11 months ago

I just watched the video hosted by Bill Shaw, editor of “Commodity Supercycles”, apparently a newsletter either sponsored by or under the umbrella of Stansberry Research. The video speaks highly of the gold royalties streaming model pioneered by Franco Nevada, which was later copied (with similar success) by Royal Gold. While Shaw recognizes that profits can still be made from investing in FNV and RGLD today, he hints that the big money has already been made from these.

Instead, he’s teasing a $7 stock as “The #1 Gold Stock to Buy in 2019” following the same gold streaming business model. Thinking this was a rehashed tease, I tried the Gumshoe search bar but found nothing on it. Travis?

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grouville
grouville
8 months ago

Bill Shaw is now running a deal call Gold Stock Analyst for Stansberry. He has a portfolio of 10 favourite gold stocks and he recommends that you hold all of them to spread the risk . The subscription costs $2000 + annual fee. The trouble is most of these stocks are OTC stocks and my broker won’t deal in them. So that’s proved a waste of money. It’s a further example of Stansberry misleading marketing, as this fact wasn’t mentioned at all in the pitch

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