Here is our 2017 recap, with holding considerations for 2018 positions.
Always keep in mind that we have no idea what your personal financial situation is, so please make sure you seek a professional for advice before making any investment decisions.
Let’s start with the ugly…
It was a brutal year for the resource space. We hadthe best underlying fundamentals we’ve seen in two decades, and the sector just got slaughtered.
The good news is that we only partner with the unicorns of the space, so we are with the right people who have continued to build up better companies, and when the space turns, they should be the top performers.
During 2016, it was our resource suggestions, specifically the gold and silver shares,that led the market.One stock (First Majestic Silver) was literally the best-performing stock in all of Canada during the summer of 2016.
The same goes for this year.When a rally in a space we cover happens, the stocks we suggest typically lead.Take, for example, HIVE Blockchain Technologies, one of the best-performing stocks in all of North America this year.
Our strategy is simple: we identify the trends, and then partner with the right people – the relentless winners in the space.
Here is our 2017 stock suggestion update.
HIVE Blockchain Technologies (TSXV: HIVE) – Consider adding to your position.
We see big upside for HIVE as they continue to lead and become the go-to company for high-net-worth investors and institutions that are looking to invest in cryptocurrency.
Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC) – Consider adding to your position.
Uranium stocks rallied in late 2017, and UEC led them all! It’s no surprise, as they’re headed up by Amir Adnani, so expect to hear a lot of news about the uranium sector in 2018.
GoldMining Inc. (TSXV: GOLD) – Consider adding to your position.
I consider this to be a must-own gold stock. Not only do they have a massive gold hoard, but it’s headed up by Amir Adnani, and in my opinion, he’s someone you want to attach yourself to for as many years or decades as you can.
Bitcoin – Consider adding to your position at under $10,000.
We’ve covered Bitcoin since it was at $13. In our opinion, Bitcoin is a store of value. It’s the gold of cryptocurrency.
First Mining Finance (TSX: FF) – Consider adding to your position.
Another must-own gold stock, all of their gold ounces are minable and in Canada! They’re headed up by a legend, Keith Neumeyer, who has said this will be his 3rd billion-dollar giant. He’s the most relentless person I know and he won’t stop, so I have the highest possible expectations for this stock.
Ethereum – Consider adding to your position at under $1,000.
This is the copper of the cryptocurrencyspace. It’s what the Fortune 500 companies are using, and even other crypto tokens.
First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG) – Consider adding to your position.
This is the crown jewel of precious metal stocks andthe purest silver producer on Earth! You’re not going to find a better silver stock, in our opinion, and the nice thing with silver is that if gold moves, silver typically moves higher on a percentage basis, making silver stocks the biggest winners in precious metal bull markets.
Silver One Resources (TSXV: SVE) – Consider adding to your position.
Here’s the deal: it has a very large silver project in Nevada, so given the right circumstances, mainly from the precious metals, we believe this company could quickly rise to the occasion and become a silver stock investors become big buyers of. The team is well-positioned and focused, and it wasn’t their fault that they got hit with a silver smashing this year, buying it at these levels in our opinion is a gift.
Litecoin – Consider adding to your position at under $500.
Make no doubt, this is the silver to Bitcoin. Buy it and hold on tight because its volatility will be extreme!
Callinex Mines (TSXV: CNX) – Consider buying shares at these low levels.
We first introduced Callinex at CAD$0.20 when they essentially had rock in the ground. Since then, an all-star team has been assembled, and this is an unfolding discovery play.If proven right, this could be one of our biggest winners in 2018.
Nevada Exploration (TSXV: NGE) – Consider holding.
This was a 2016 recommendation, and it was always presented as a potential lottery ticket. They need to raise $5 million to move this company forward.Until they do that, we can’t continue to recommend them. The team is very focused, so if you are a shareholder, don’t count them out by any means – these people are all-in!
Zinc One Resources (TSXV: Z) – Consider adding to your position (Strong Buy Recommendation)
***I’m an active buyer right now of Zinc One***
Electroneum – Consider adding to your position at under $0.15.
It’s our wild card cryptocurrency play. This could experience mass adoption because it’s the easy-to-understand crypto token. Anyone can mine it, and it’s a dark horse for 2018.
The following are stocks we’ve covered in the past but will no longer be mentioning.
Advantage Lithium (TSXV: AAL) – In our opinion, it’s time to lock in profits and move on.
K92 Mining (TSXV: KNT) –It’s a great company, I love the people, and if gold rallies big, I have no doubt that this will be a $5-plus stock,but we can only cover so many and we need to let this one go for the Future Money Trends letter.
I truly hope to cover it again at the right time.
Golden Arrow Resources (TSXV: GRG) – Like Queen Elsa says in her song… Let it go! They delivered on the joint venture with Silver Standard, but since then,it’s been a relentless march down. Without a big move in silver, this stock has no upside, in our opinion.
Cash Flow: Our income ideas are not included because we update them quarterly.
Always remember that any suggestion we give is NOT a day trade.
We are looking to partner with the right people and companies in order to make sizable profits,and that can sometimes take years.
Happy New Year!
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