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Charles Oliver joined Sprott Asset Management in 2008. He is lead portfolio manager of the Sprott Gold and Precious Minerals Fund. Previously, he was at AGF Management Limited, where his team was awarded the Canadian Investment Awards Best Precious Metals Fund in 2004, 2006 and 2007. His accolades also include: Lipper Awards' best 5-year return in the Precious Metals category (AGF Precious Metals Fund, 2007), and the Lipper award for best 1-year return in the Precious Metals category 2010.
Sprott's Charles Oliver: Gold at $1,500 by Christmas? (9/8/14) Gold and silver prices are being repressed by central banks, but Sprott Asset Management's Charles Oliver argues that demand pressure will cause this dam to burst sooner rather than later. As a result, he expects big increases in the prices of gold and especially silver, with a corresponding recovery of small- and mid-cap precious metal equities. In this interview with The Gold Report, Oliver discusses companies likely to prosper thereby, most of which will be profitable now, even at current bullion prices.
Time Is the Trigger for Equities and Bullion: Charles Oliver (5/19/14) Charles Oliver, lead portfolio manager with the Sprott Gold and Precious Minerals Fund, believes the only thing between investors and bigger investment returns on precious metals equities and bullion, especially silver, is time. In this interview with The Gold Report, Oliver discusses silver and gold demand drivers, as well as portfolio ideas that figure to get bigger with time as the trigger.
Sprott's Charles Oliver Sees the Shine Returning to Metals (9/23/13) Has the gold price hit bottom? Charles Oliver, senior portfolio manager with Sprott Asset Management, believes that the fundamentals are in place for gold to vault from its downturnŚpossibly topping $2,000/oz in the next year. In this interview with The Gold Report, Oliver talks about which small-cap miners he's been adding to his portfolio before the market recognizes the illogical discounts.