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The Melman Report
Leonard Melman, publisher of The Melman Report, has been writing about precious and base metals for more than two decades as monthly columnist for California-based ICMJ's Prospecting and Mining Journal and Vancouver's Resource World Magazine. He focuses on how political and financial considerations impact the world of mining and the prices of the metals.
Leonard Melman: Put Your Trust in Precious Metals, Not Governments (11/6/13) Continued fiscal stimulus, high debt levels and loss of confidence in governments will lead to the return of big inflation and a consequent big run-up in precious and other metals, says Leonard Melman, author of The Melman Report. In this interview with The Gold Report, Melman examines six companies he believes are well positioned to generate stock-price multiples when the bull market returns.
Leonard Melman: Are You Prepared for Hyperinflation? (3/6/13) As looming inflation, currency wars and a possible run on gold threaten to derail markets, Leonard Melman, author of The Melman Report, is setting his sights on the midtier and near-term producers that he wants to scoop up when the blood is in the streets. In this interview with The Gold Report, Melman explains why gold, silver and the companies bringing them out of the ground could do very well in the second half of 2013.
Leonard Melman Finds the Fiscal Cliff a Boon for Precious Metals (12/26/12) Surveying reality from his perch on Vancouver Island, Leonard Melman is a veritable sage in the world of metal mining analysis. In an interview with The Gold Report, the economic philosopher is troubled about the direction of the global economy. However, there are a few bright spots for eagle-eyed junior metal investors, he reports, and names some of his favorite picks.
"ANK is changing direction to bring in current revenue, so it doesn't have to go to the financial markets to sustain its own exploration work." (3/6/13) Angkor Gold Corp. - The Gold Report Interview with Leonard Melman More >