Getting Started in Metals

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Wiley, Jun 26, 1995 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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When Jeffrey Nichols talks, metals investors on five continents listen. One of the world's most respected and most quoted experts in the economics of the gold, silver, and platinum markets, Jeff knows more about investing in metals than just about anybody today. Now, in this complete guide to getting started in today's metals markets, metals maven Jeffrey Nichols tells serious investors what they need to know to profit in today's precious, industrial base, and strategic metals markets.

Following the critically acclaimed Getting Started in series format, and featuring the clarity, practicality, and timeliness that have made all the books in the series such a huge hit with investors everywhere, Getting Started in Metals gives you:

  • Accessible information on how metals are packaged, and how to invest in them, both through mutual funds and direct bullion purchases
  • The essentials of investing in mining and metals equities, options, and futures
  • Expert advice on how strong a role metals should play in a well-rounded portfolio
  • Lots of real-life examples, definitions, convenient sidebar information, filled with charts, graphs, and illustrations
  • A working glossary for metals investors and a comprehensive listing of contact information

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About the author (1995)

JEFFREY NICHOLS is founder and President of American Precious Metals Advisors, a consulting firm to major mining companies, bullion dealers, and mutual funds specializing in gold and natural resources. His MetalsFAX market letter reaches readers on five continents, and his views on metals investing have been reported by The Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times.

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