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Raymond Goldie, vice president, senior mining analyst and chief commodity economist at Salman Partners, has extensive experience in the investment business, including more than 20 years as a mining analyst industry economist covering non-precious and precious metals and fertilizer companies. He is currently a director of Nuinsco Resources Ltd. and the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, and he has worked for several investment dealers, including Richardson Greenshields for 16 years. In geology, Goldie holds a Bachelor of Science from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, a Master of Science from McGill University, a Ph.D. from Queens University and a Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Toronto.
Salman Partners Economist Calls Bottom in Copper (7/20/15) Experienced investors know that commodities and equities move in cycles, and understanding where copper, iron ore, nickel and zinc are in the cycle can result in much smarter decisions than blindly following the pack. In this interview with The Gold Report, Salman Partners Vice President of Commodity Economics Raymond Goldie brings some perspective to the charts and names the junior mining companies that could ride the inevitable waves up.
Salman Partners' Raymond Goldie: Copper Is Pathological and Suffers from SAD, but It Has Value (4/16/14) Dr. Copper may be in a supercycle, but there are serious problems. In this interview with The Gold Report, Salman Partners' Vice President of Commodity Economics Raymond Goldie explains why even though the base metal acts pathologically and has a bad case of seasonal affective disorder, these six equities are priced below their intrinsic value.