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Paolo Lostritto is the former director of mining equity research for National Bank Financial. He has also worked with Wellington West Mining, Scotia Capital and MGI Securities. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geological and mineral engineering from the University of Toronto.
Paolo Lostritto Outlines the Lombardi Method of Gold Investing (1/8/14) Deflation, inflation and reinflation all play into scenarios for the gold price and precious metals equity markets, as outlined by Paolo Lostritto, former director of mining equity research at National Bank Financial. How to play good defense in this unusual market? Companies with free cash flow top his list, but high-leverage, midtier producers with great management teams can satisfy investors with more appetite for risk, says Lostritto in this interview with The Gold Report.
Separating the Gold Mining Haves from the Have-Nots: Paolo Lostritto (1/23/13) After months of turmoil that have lasted longer than investors could have imagined, the mining world has been divided into haves and have-nots. There are gold companies that managed their balance sheets wisely and there are those that burned through cash and are left begging for financing. It's a great time for those flush companies that don't need handouts to take advantage of the resulting valuation differential, says Paolo Lostritto, the director of research and mining and metals analyst at National Bank Financial. In this interview with The Gold Report, Lostritto talks about a subtle shift he has seen in the market that may signal a bull run similar to that of the late 1970s and early 1980s.
A Defensive Portfolio Is the Best Offense: Paolo Lostritto (4/30/12) Paolo Lostritto, mining equity research analyst with National Bank Financial, attributes development companies' current struggles to both the recent trend for capital and operating cost increases and to the European sovereign debt crisis. But there are opportunities as long as investors look for companies with free-cash-flow growth and solid balance sheets. In this exclusive Gold Report interview, Lostritto shares some names of companies that have these attributes.
"TGM's feasibility study for the Karma project supports a low capital intensive, relatively simple and scalable gold project." (1/7/14) True Gold Mining Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Paolo Lostritto More >
"SLW has one of the best records in the business when it comes to most revenue per employee and most cash flow per employee." (3/23/15) Silver Wheaton Corp. - The Gold Report Interview with Frank Holmes More >