Sean Brodrick – Key Sectors To Watch For 2022

January 5, 2022

Sean Brodrick, Natural Resource Analyst at Weiss Ratings joins us to share his thoughts on gold miners and solar stocks for 2022. He outlines why he likes certain stocks after a tough year for both sectors. Next we discuss how the resurgence in solar may be a driver in silver demand and other fundamentals for silver. We also have Sean elaborate on what company fundamentals he is looking for in precious metals stocks.




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    Jan 05, 2022 05:53 AM

    The Uranium stocks are on a tear higher this morning as the standout movers in my portfolio. They’ve been getting more peppy again the last 2 weeks, after a few month correction.

      Jan 05, 2022 05:45 AM

      Yeah. Used the pop to unload my short term uranium …..and bought another doc Jones play. Lol….. now have some oly Emo Mpm and Gasx … up is brau I think.

        Jan 05, 2022 05:05 AM

        Good trading to you Wolfster. May your Doc Jones portfolio perform profitably in 2022!
        I’m debating trimming back some of my U stocks, but am curious how disruptive the Kazakhstan government implosion may be on the Uranium supply markets. This could be a pretty big deal…

          Jan 05, 2022 05:47 AM

          Yeah I still got my long term fill of uranium. Need to spread out a little more. 😎

            Jan 05, 2022 05:44 PM

            May you spread your wings and fly my friend… Good trading to you.

    Jan 05, 2022 05:28 AM

    Hey Ex, I’m glad your uranium stocks have put a spring in your step, I wish my gold stocks would show some life. All I am seeing is Peppy Le Pew! LOL! DT

    Jan 05, 2022 05:16 PM

    all things hanging by a thread. Including gold. Bitcoin a buy at 35K give or take. Gold a close over 1830. For a pop. General markets lots of time.

    Jan 05, 2022 05:50 PM

    Crude Prices Slip On Major Dip In U.S. Gasoline Demand

    By Irina Slav – Jan 05, 2022
    “Crude oil prices fell slightly today after the Energy Information Administration reported an inventory decline of 2.1 million barrels for the final week of 2021.”

    “This compared with a draw of 3.6 million barrels for the previous week, with the total remaining below the average for this time of the year.”

    “In gasoline, the EIA estimated an inventory build of 10.1 million barrels for the week to December 31, 2021. This compared with a draw of 1.5 barrels for the previous week.”

    “Gasoline production averaged 8.5 million bpd last week, which compared with 10.1 million bpd a week earlier.”