Nick Hodge –  Still Constructive On Copper, Gold, Silver, And Uranium Stocks, As The Recent Breakouts Are Consolidated

Nick Hodge, Co-Owner of Digest Publishing and editor of Foundational Profits and Hodge Family Office, joins us to review the recent corrective move in the commodities and resource stocks.  He shares the fundamental reasons he remains constructive for copper, gold, silver, and uranium stocks, despite this consolidation move inside of Phase 2 of the commodities supercycle.


We start off having Nick review the overall lay of the land with the commodities turning over the last few weeks, after having gone on a several month rally.  He outlines that as the markets transitioned from Phase 1 to Phase 2 of the commodities supercycle, that there will be natural ebbs and flows of selling and buying, but that he is still anticipated robust growth in many resources and related equities. We get an update on how he has been positioned in his portfolio with regards to copper stocks, touching upon positions in Hannan Metals (TSXV:HAN)(OTCPK:HANNF), Gladiator Metals (TSXV: GLAD) (OTCQB: GDTRF), and has a bid out to accumulate Freeport McMoran (NYSE: FCX).  We also discuss the ability of successful exploration drill programs to still garner new  interest with investors, highlighting the recent success Bravo Mining (TSXV: BRVO) (OTCQX: BRVMF) has had hitting copper mineralization in addition to the platinum and palladium resource.  We wrap up having Nick unpack why he is still bullish and remains a buyer on dips in the uranium sector, believing the bull market can continue on for uranium equities for some time to come.




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    Jun 06, 2024 06:45 AM

    How America Inadvertently Created an ‘Axis of Evasion’ Led by China

    Western sanctions and export controls were meant to subdue foes of the U.S. but instead have led to a shadow economy

    By Ian Talley and Rosie Ettenheim – Wall Street Journal – May 30, 2024

    “Western sanctions and export controls were meant to subdue America’s enemies, leveraging the power of the dollar to strong-arm governments into submission without the bloodshed of military force. They have inadvertently birthed a global shadow economy tying together democracy’s chief foes, with Washington’s primary adversary, China, at the center.”

    “Unprecedented finance and trade restrictions on Russia, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, China and other authoritarian regimes have squeezed those economies by curbing access to Western goods and markets. But Beijing has increasingly foiled those U.S.-led efforts by bolstering trade ties, according to Western officials and customs data. The bloc of sanctioned nations collectively now have the economy of scale to shield them from Washington’s financial warfare, trading everything from drones and missiles to gold and oil.”

    Jun 07, 2024 07:32 AM

    Bogus employment #s “interpreted” by the bogus market as negative to Gold.