Nick Hodge – Phase 2 Of Commodities Supercycle Still Constructive For Gold, Copper, And Uranium Stocks

Nick Hodge, Co-Owner of Digest Publishing and editor of Foundational Profits and Hodge Family Office, joins us to outline the macroeconomic and sector specific fundamental reasons why he remains constructive for gold, copper, and uranium stocks, as we continue on with Phase 2 of the commodities supercycle.


We start off having Nick share with us how he has positioned in his portfolio and is evaluating gold and copper stocks, how he factors in merger and acquisitions transactions, and how he analyzes different levels of economic studies on advanced exploration and development projects. Wrapping up we get Nick’s thoughts on many of the demand drivers for nuclear energy, and why he remains a buyer on dips in the uranium sector, and why he believes the bull market can continue on for uranium equities for some time to come.





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    May 08, 2024 08:57 PM

    We’ve had lots of discussions about M&A transactions this week, including up above with Nick Hodge.

    I just recently posted my Part 1C (which has about a dozen transactions from 2024 already):


    Merger and Acquisition Opportunities In The Metals Resource Stocks – Part 1C

    Excelsior Prosperity w/ Shad Marquitz – 05/08/2024

    May 09, 2024 09:48 AM
    James Stanley, Technical Analysis
    Gold – 20:16

    May 09, 2024 09:19 AM

    Guess I was one yr off on the year of the wolf call. Lol

    Love how most of my holdings are trading and trending.

    Matthew Impact has held up nicely on this pullback. Looking like it’s ready for its next move up

    Now if Brixton would just wake up. It’s so quiet.

      May 09, 2024 09:29 AM

      Good one Wolfster. I remember your “year of the wolf” call. 🙂

      Hey, Black”wolf” Copper was just acquired by Treasury Metals, bringing in some Frank Giustra funds to the combined company in TML. Looks like they just biggie-sized their financing from $4M to $6.4M where Frank is putting up $2M. Maybe it will be their year of the wolf.

        May 09, 2024 09:47 AM

        Lol. What makes that even funnier is I hold shares of both from having owned failed previous companies but the amount of shares is certainly not close to the number I bought…..believe it was Donner and Heatherdale. Early lessons of how not to play jr metals.

    May 09, 2024 09:48 AM

    My EXK is having a good day:

    Added to my IPT and BBB today.