In this interview, mining sector expert John Feneck answers the question regarding whether gold stock investors are currently wise contrarians or foolish bag holders. He also shares how he has been advising his clients and discusses what to look for when choosing a broker. John began his career in 1992 as an equity analyst on the Merrill Lynch global allocation fund (MALOX). From 1993-2019, John was a senior executive for Mutual Fund and ETF providers, spending most of his career at Merrill Lynch Funds (now Blackrock) and JP Morgan Chase Funds. He was ranked #1 in both gross and net sales once at Merrill Lynch and three times at JP Morgan Chase (out of 40 senior executives). He was a member of the precious metals PM team at Sprott in 2017 and has developed a compelling track record based on a proprietary methodology, which combines technical analysis with public information gathered from direct interaction with senior management of commodities companies. In September 2019, John launched Feneck Consulting LLC based on demand from commodity companies, especially those in the metals and mining sector.
John’s website: https://www.feneckconsulting.com/
John’s email: email@example.com
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