Keith Neumeyer on with Future Money Trends

Sun, Sep 20, 2015 - 2:00pm

As you know, my friend Dan at Future Money Trends occasionally sends over videos for TFMR readers to review. This latest interview with Keith Neumeyer, the CEO of First Majestic Silver, is certainly a must listen.

The original link to this video can be found at the Future Money Trends site:

Dan describes the video here:

Keith Neumeyer, founder of First Quantum Minerals and First Majestic Silver, two companies that achieved the billion-dollar market cap club, recently launched a new company, First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF).
Less than 6 months old, this tiny 30-cent-a-share company has recently announced the acquisition of millions of ounces of gold, bought for between $5.79 and $8.26 per ounce of gold.
This comes off the heels of a recently closed transaction, where FF paid less than $9 an ounce when they completed a hostile takeover of Coastal Gold.
We interviewed Keith Neumeyer, a recent winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Metals and Mining, to discuss the current opportunities he is seeing right now.
Mr. Neumeyer, also the current CEO of First Majestic Silver, one of the world’s lowest-cost primary silver producers, told us that the silver market is tight, and he believes the world will soon see triple-digit silver.
When it comes to the opportunity to buy assets cheaply, he said this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for investors. He used to say once-in-a-decade opportunity, but the bear market has now helped him secure deals for gold at sub-$10 an ounce, shocking a lot of seasoned investors, making this potentially one of the best times ever to invest in the resource sector.

Thanks to Dan for sending this over and I encourage everyone to give it a listen.


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Sep 20, 2015 - 2:14pm


My lucky day, just logged back on to see what was up and here is a fresh new post


Sep 20, 2015 - 2:21pm


Got any?

gamble gamble

Sep 20, 2015 - 3:18pm

Denver Dave states his case for the Silver supply issue

"I really think there’s a serious problem in the supply of physical silver. The mint announced another 20% allocation cut-back two days ago. This is NOT a refinery supply issue – this is as raw material supply issue. And this is another fundamental supply/demand variable that could launch the precious metals into orbit, especially given the potential for igniting a short-squeeze in the paper bullion markets."

And with a little help from Robert McHugh

Sep 20, 2015 - 3:32pm


4 th

Sep 20, 2015 - 4:25pm

Kranzler's theory

Sorry, think this one is complete bullshit. Anyone who can do math can figure it out. Been over it in the last thread.

Sep 20, 2015 - 4:35pm
4 oz
Sep 20, 2015 - 4:36pm

Neumeyer Rocks!

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Sep 20, 2015 - 4:51pm

Neumeyer's most amazing statement

He's been in the business for 30 years and he's never seen gold available [in the ground] for less than $10/oz. Somehow I don't think he is even taking inflation into account... truly an investment opportunity of a lifetime, that is, so long as any semblance of order and civility survives. If not, see y'all down "The Road"

Only monetary metal miners are truly banks!

Sep 20, 2015 - 5:29pm

Alright - how's this

Kranzler damages his own credibility and everyone else's in this space when he shoots his mouth off without any data to back it up. What are the commercial warehouse stock levels? Make your case. Otherwise shut the hell up.

Joseph Warren
Sep 20, 2015 - 6:06pm

Some websites are Sensationalists

and not just about PMs.

I recall warnings of 'impending shortages' of certain Russian and later certain American types of ammo too. Lots of blaring headlines on certain websites - - that happen to sell PMs, ammo, and prepper supplies. And they jacked up their ammo prices. (For those that don't follow the subject - none of those ammo shortages took place.)

Give it a rest, boys. Or come up with some hard evidence for a change.

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