By Jeff Clark, Senior Editor, Casey’s Gold & Resource Report:
While we’re convinced gold and gold stocks are destined for much higher levels, buying when prices are low can mean the difference between a double or triple and a ten-bagger... a week in Malibu vs. a week in Milan.
There’s no secret formula to buying low, and we aren’t holding the right hand of Midas, but there are periods when prices tend to be lower than others. And, if those tendencies play out, it can give us the opportunity to snag a high-quality asset at a bargain price.
So, how do you get a bargain price? You cheat...
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