The West Moves to Weaken China's Hold
Lithium and lithium miners, which staged a sharp rebound rally, were the postive exception in May for critical minerals. The sector was weighed down by China's faltering recovery, ongoing global growth concerns and the U.S. debt ceiling drama. China’s dominance in critical minerals poses risks to the West’s manufacturing base and national security, highlighting the need for onshoring and friend-shoring energy transition supply chains.
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In Gold We Trust Report 2023 - Showdown
May 24, 2023
"In our opinion, the term showdown is an apt description of the current situation, in which economic, political and social developments are on the brink of a fundamental change of course. The current situation is also unique because we are not dealing with a singular showdown. Multiple escalations are occurring simultaneously and have the potential to further inflame each other."
Video - Unearthing Investment Opportunities in Precious Metals and Critical Minerals
May 18, 2023
Sprott CEO Whitney George discusses the global energy transition and the growing interest in critical minerals investing with Asset TV's Jonathan Forsgren. George explains how Sprott expanded beyond "all things gold" to offer physical uranium, as it forged a path to becoming a recognized asset manager in the energy transition space.
Podcast: Silver Can Do It!
May 18, 2023
Sprott Chief Investment Officer Maria Smirnova joins host Ed Coyne for a timely discussion on the many uses of silver in our modern economy. While silver supply is constrained, demand continues to increase, given silver’s critical role in the global energy transition. In 2022, for example, silver demand for solar panel production hit record levels.
Webcast Replay - Gold: A Safe Haven without Parallel?
May 16, 2023
Replay our webcast featuring John Hathaway and Doug Groh, discussing the current outlook for gold and gold mining equities. Gold has proven to be an effective safe haven asset during this challenging period, which began with the early 2022 Russia-Ukraine invasion and was followed by rising interest rates, stubborn inflation and the 2023 banking crisis. We believe near-term support for gold will remain at ~$2,000 and that markets are likely to test new highs.
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