Sprott Asset Management Enters Agreement with North Shore Indices, Inc. to Acquire Licensing Rights to the Index Tracked by the North Shore Global Uranium Mining ETF
For 2021, the gold price averaged $1,799 compared to $1,770 for 2020, up $29, despite losing 3.64% for the twelve months. Gold traded in a narrow range for most of last year as markets were ping-ponged by inflation and rate hike expectations. Based on historic patterns, gold's lengthy consolidation indicates that prices have the potential to rally sharply and quickly in the coming year. We explain why in our List of Top 10 things to watch for gold investors.
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Waiting for the Pivot
January 12, 2022
John Hathaway: "With Fed policy taking a more hawkish turn, the fire hose of liquidity that has fueled market mania is being turned off. At this moment, it appears that confidence in the Fed and attraction to gold are binary. Our view is that a position in gold offers a very favorable asymmetric risk-reward proposition on the possibility that confidence will not survive 2022."
Why Nuclear Power Plant Life Extensions & Uprates Matter
January 7, 2022
Research and development on small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) are underway globally and generating tremendous buzz. But SMRs are not likely to contribute meaningful amounts of carbon-free power for another decade. By contrast, nuclear power plant life extensions and uprates hold the power to boost carbon-free electricity production in the interim and provide a bridge to a future date when new SMR technologies will be commercially available.
Sprott CEO Grosskopf: Stay the Course
December 22, 2021
CEO Peter Grosskopf looks back at Sprott’s 2021 highlights and provides his outlook for the year ahead. With the strong support of clients and shareholders, Sprott overcame many obstacles to prosper this past year. His key message for investors as we head into the new year?
"Stay the course."
Asset TV Alts Summit: The Value of Gold and Gold Equities
December 20, 2021
Asset TV’s Remy Blaire interviews Ed Coyne, Senior Managing Director, on Sprott's outlook for gold bullion and gold equities heading into 2022. Coyne highlights the positive fundamental backdrop for precious metals and the mining sector, and explains how this overlooked sector can provide protection and portfolio diversification.
Sprott Updates Leadership Team With the Promotion of 10 New Managing Directors
Board of Trustees of Exchange Traded Concepts Trust Approves Plan of Reorganization Relating to the North Shore Global Uranium Mining ETF
Sprott Announces Third Quarter 2021 Results