Sector Expert: Jay Taylor

Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks

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As he followed the demolition of the U.S. gold standard and the rapid rise in the national debt, Jay Taylor's interest in U.S. monetary and fiscal policy grew, particularly as it related to gold. He began publishing North American Gold Mining Stocks in 1981. In 1997, he decided to pursue his avocation as a new full-time career—including publication of his weekly Gold, Energy & Technology Stocks newsletter. He also has a radio program, "Turning Hard Times Into Good Times."



Recent Interviews

Jay Taylor Urges Investors to Stay Liquid for the Coming Gold Boom (9/29/14)
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Jay Taylor doesn't beat around the bush—he believes the price of gold is being suppressed to support the U.S. dollar and underwrite American foreign policy. But the publisher and editor of J. Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks and host of the radio show "Turning Hard Times into Good Times" thinks that this suppression will fail, just as it did in the 1970s, when gold rose over 2,300%. In this interview with The Gold Report, Taylor urges investors to stay as liquid as possible so they can invest in undervalued companies poised to explode when the value of gold is reasserted.

Are You Prepared for a Bull Market that Will Shock Even the Most Ardent Goldbugs? (4/9/14)

Jay Taylor understands why investors in gold and gold equities are consumed with caution. But the publisher and editor of J. Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks and host of the radio show "Turning Hard Times into Good Times" urges them not to lose sight of the big picture. The big, bull-market picture. Gold juniors with cash and good projects are trading at tiny fractions of their worth. But not for long. In this interview with The Gold Report, Taylor argues that we are on the cusp of a bull market for the ages and suggests eight junior candidates for mind-blowing multiples.

Jay Taylor: Cashing In on Deflationary Forces (11/25/13)

It's been a pretty rotten year for gold equities, and most investors can't wait for a fresh start in 2014. There's plenty to look forward to, according to Jay Taylor, publisher and editor of Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks and host of the radio show "Turning Hard Times into Good Times." Taylor, who is speaking at the Metals & Mining Conference in San Francisco, is forecasting a staggering rise in the real gold price, and profits for small-cap gold companies in the new year. In this interview with The Gold Report, Taylor identifies the best and brightest in his portfolio as he positions for a gold run.

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Recent Quotes

"TXR's Yellowknife City gold project is endowed with some of the most exciting exploration prospects you will find anywhere."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (1/29/16)
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"I believe KDX will be one of the first big winners among producers in 2016."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (1/14/16)
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"BAR has a strong treasury and two potential world-class exploration projects."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (9/11/15)
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"BAR is in the process of outlining two world-class mineral deposits."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (9/11/15)
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"The economics for PVG's Brucejack deposit are as good as they get."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (8/12/15)
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"I am placing THO back on my A1 producers list."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (8/12/15)
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"GPR is a Mexican silver producer poised for substantial growth."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (8/12/15)
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"KDX has high-grade mines and very considerable exploration potential."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (8/12/15)
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"The economics of PVG's Brucejack are simply as good as they get."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (7/31/15)
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THO's upside for buyers now should be very substantial by year-end."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (7/17/15)
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"CGT's Eastside is starting to look like it could host a multimillion-ounce gold deposit."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (7/16/15)
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"GPR continues to generate positive cash flows."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (5/29/15)
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"KDX has a very bright future."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (5/8/15)
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"AUG seems to have all the basics in place for success."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (3/16/15)
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"CNX can be a big winner for those who buy shares at their current level."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (3/16/15)
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"CGT's JV project, Paul Isnard, is almost certainly going to be a big winner."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (3/6/15)
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"TXR is a junior that I think has enormous upside potential."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (3/6/15)
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"CSQ's Bruno project is one of the most promising unrecognized exploration stories."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (3/6/15)
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"WG has a considerable amount of platinum group metals."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (2/27/15)
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"With the Newstrike merger, TMM would become a midtier gold producer."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (2/20/15)
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"For speculative investors in CNX stock, the odds favor significant gains."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (2/20/15)
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"I am adding AUG as a top pick."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (2/20/15)
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"MND is run by a team of experienced mining professionals."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (2/20/15)
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"VML is one of the most exciting new deals I have seen."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (1/23/15)
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"ANV is a dramatically undervalued stock."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (1/23/15)
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"TMM is most certainly one of the most undervalued producers on my list."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (1/16/15)
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"ICG is one of the better junior gold opportunities available."

— Jay Taylor, Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks (12/5/14)
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