Talking Metals and Materials with Mickey Fulp
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Our pal Mickey Fulp, the "mercenary geologist", stopped by this morning for a discussion of trade, tariffs, the metals and mining companies.
I think you'll find this audio to be quite interesting. Over the course of this discussion, Mickey addresses:
- the ongoing US supply deficit of many, vital metals and materials: http://www.goldgeologist.com/mercenary_musings/musing-180326-Americas-Metals,-Minerals,-and-Materials-Misery.pdf
- whether a global trade war might impact this issue
- the all-in sustaining costs for most silver and gold mining companies
- which sector of the industry he emphasizes for investment
- and much more!
Thanks again to Mickey for his time today and we urge you to, at a minimum, consider registering for his free email newsletter. Given the status of "the markets" in 2018, we all need as much quality information as we can find.
The Mercenary Geologist Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp is a Certified Professional Geologist with a B.Sc. Earth Sciences with honor from the University of Tulsa, and M.Sc. Geology from the University of New Mexico. Mickey has 35 years experience as an exploration geologist and analyst searching for economic deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, coal, uranium, oil and gas, and water in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Mickey worked for junior explorers, major mining companies, private companies, and investors as a consulting economic geologist for over 20 years, specializing in geological mapping, property evaluation, and business development. In addition to his professional credentials and experience, Mickey is high-altitude proficient and is bilingual in English and Spanish. From 2003 to 2006, he made four outcrop ore discoveries in Peru, Nevada, Chile, and British Columbia.
Mickey is well-known and highly respected throughout the mining and exploration community for his ongoing work as an analyst, writer, and speaker. You can find his work at http://www.goldgeologist.com and you should follow him on twitter @mercenarygeo.