Matt Badiali – SILJ And Other Junior Focused ETFs; Should These ETFs Exist?

February 6, 2024

Matt Badiali, Editor of the New Energy Investor published under Mangrove Investor joins us to discuss the recent re-balance of SILJ (junior silver focused) and the other ETFs focused on junior resource stocks. While we have discussed in the past, these ETFs don’t truly track junior stocks. The majority of stocks within SILJ and GDXJ, to name a couple of the “junior focused” ETFs, hold many more larger mining companies and sometimes companies that are not focused on the main metal of the ETF.



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    Feb 06, 2024 06:58 PM

    Tucker Carlson, why I am interviewing Vladimir Putin.

      Feb 06, 2024 06:34 PM

      OOTB Jerry
      9 hours ago
      TUCKER ……… to interview PUTIN…… should be a great interview….. will be on X also….
      Jimmy will be wiggling in his seat… 🙂


      Feb 06, 2024 06:06 PM

      No need for Putin to interview with any Western journalists, no matter who.

        Feb 06, 2024 06:10 PM

        An interview…… is for the benefit of the clueless Sheeple in the US…. who do not have a clue as to what is going on… JMO of course…

    Feb 06, 2024 06:31 PM

    321 gold.

    While gold bullion has absolutely destroyed US fiat over the past 40 years, gold stocks have gone nowhere against that same fiat, and they have been de facto annihilated against gold.

    The good news (the great news, really) is that investors who consistently buy the significant price sales for gold that climax at major support zones… these investors look great, and they feel great too!

    The bottom line: Averaging down on 40 years of mining stock pain won’t stop the pain. Gold bugs who over-allocated to the miners (and did it on price rallies) should shift their focus to increasing their share of gold bullion and buy gold if it trades at or near $1973. For investors who are not over-allocated and have good fiat cash flow and reserves, mining stocks can be bought with gusto at $1973, and sold with even more gusto, on the coming and inevitable surges… to $2080 and $2145!

    Feb 07, 2024 07:08 AM

    gold is likely to pop to another marginal new high. Dilemma is whether it first goes below 2k as you cite first to flush out gold bag holders another time. The $ and 10 yr treasuries curling down offer the best clue.