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Chris Mancini is a research analyst for the Gabelli Gold Fund, specializing in precious metals mining companies. He has over 15 years of investment management experience, including research analyst positions at Satellite Asset Management and R6 Capital Management. Mancini earned a bachelor's degree in economics with honors from Boston College and is a holder of the CFA designation.
Chris Mancini's High-Quality Gold Miners that Have Positioned Themselves Well in the Downturn (5/6/15) Chris Mancini, an analyst with the Gabelli Gold Fund, is confident that gold's day will come, perhaps as soon as 2016. He argues that the decline of confidence in paper currencies is inevitable and that the Federal Reserve is fast running out of ways to prop up the U.S. dollar. In this interview with The Gold Report, Mancini advises investors to go for the best of the best: gold miners with cash flow, great balance sheets, low costs and good management. And he also highlights several companies that are unloved now but will become so when the gold price rises.
Chris Mancini's Keys to Successful Gold Stock Picking (7/9/14) Chris Mancini, an analyst with the Gabelli Gold Fund, spends his days finding value in gold equities—and he thinks he's found a recipe for success. Take a long-term outlook, add excellent management, fold in a great project in a quality jurisdiction with low-cost minable ounces in the ground—et voila! Mancini calls this "optionality," and in this interview with The Gold Report he says that equities with optionality will not only survive the downturn, but also provide excellent leverage to an inevitable upward move in the gold price. Check out some rising names in the Gabelli Gold Fund.
Chris Mancini: The Good, the Not-So-Bad and the Maybe Ugly of Gold Equities (8/19/13) With gold in the $1,300s, Gabelli Gold Fund Research Analyst Chris Mancini recommends performing triage on the gold equity sector. In this interview with The Gold Report, Mancini says that companies with cash and cash flow will survive the crisis, while those with the ability to take advantage of the downturn, like streaming companies, will do the best of all.