Erik Wetterling – Junior Precious Metals Explorers Drilling Out Robust Mineralized Systems
Erik Wetterling, Founder and Editor of The Hedgeless Horseman website, joins us to outline a few post-discovery gold and silver exploration stocks that are drilling out robust mineralized systems, and that have newsflow which is moving the needle. He feels that there is both margin of safety and probable growth in place as solid exploration teams continue to step out and expand growing deposits.
In this interview we discuss Nevada King Gold (TSX.V: NKG) (OTC: NKGFF), Dolly Varden Silver (TSX.V: DV) (OTC: DOLLF), and Scottie Resources (TSX.V: SCOT) (OTC: SCTSF).*
*In full disclosure, the companies mentioned by Erik in this interview, are positions held in his personal portfolio, and many are also site sponsors of The Hedgeless Horseman website. Dolly Varden Silver and Scottie Resources are also sponsors of the KE Report, and Shad has positions in both companies.
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January 12, 2023
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How many times have you heard a very conservative investor say the stocks I own don’t move much but they pay a nice dividend. Have you looked at what the top dividend paying companies are shelling out these days because of inflation. This may surprise you. I will put the list up on another post below this because when I provide a link it goes into moderation. DT
Here is the link: https://money.tmx.com/en/stock-list/TOP_DIVIDEND
DT – Thanks for sharing that list of high dividend yields with Canadian companies. A lot of energy, utilities, healthcare, and real estate companies overall. There are a lot of good US dividend paying companies in those same sectors not on that list, but the same basic idea and at similar high yields. Dan Steffens actually has a list of high dividend paying energy and gas companies (paying between 9% – 13%).
Of course the risk with dividend stocks is that the shares can go down enough that those paper losses wipe about much of the realized yields, especially if they stay down for the count and an investor has to sell out and take the actual share price losses. Then there are the dividends at risk in a protracted bear market, where the companies may become less profitable and need to cut down the yields or in some cases get rid of any “special dividends” that they were paying when times were better. This could be a real risk to many energy and utility stocks if things stay muted or keep trending lower throughout the year.
Overall though, some very impressive dividends are available out there for investors at present, as a more defensive strategy for regular income, and they can pay investors to be wrong on the entry into the stock giving it time to recover and getting paid to wait.
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Erik Wetterling – The Hedgeless Horseman – January 12, 2023