What companies does Sprott own?
Here are the top gold stocks that Eric Sprott owns:
- Labrador Gold (TSX.V: LAB)
- New Found Gold (TSX.V: NFG)
- Newfoundland Discovery (CSE: NEWD)
- Tudor Gold (TSX.V: TUD)
- Great Atlantic Resources (TSX.V: GR)
What does Sprott do?
Sprott is a key provider of financing and advisory services to mining and natural resource companies, at all stages of development, from exploration through production.
Where does Sprott store uranium?
Physical uranium will be stored in secured locations with highly reputable uranium operators: Cameco in Canada, ConverDyn in the U.S., Orano in France and Urenco in the U.S.
Does Sprott have silver miners ETF?
Click here to obtain a Sprott Uranium Miners ETF Prospectus, which contains this and other information, or contact your financial professional or call 888.622. 1813. Read each Prospectus carefully before investing. Shares are not individually redeemable.
Is Gold ETF better than physical gold?
Physical gold bullion comes with its own set of complications, such as storage difficulties, making costs, and security concerns, which the gold investor does not have to deal with Gold ETF as it is present in digital form. ETFs are trust-like paper assets.
What is Sprott?
Sprott is a global alternative asset manager with a defining focus on precious metals and real assets. Our deep sector expertise creates investment and financing solutions unparalleled in the industry.
What is resource financing from Sprott?
Resource Financing. Sprott is a key provider of financing and advisory services to mining and natural resource companies, at all stages of development, from exploration through production.
What is the Sprott physical uranium Trust?
The Sprott Physical Uranium Trust (U) invests and holds substantially all of its assets in uranium in the form of U 3 O 8 . Sprott’s team of precious metals and natural resources investment professionals provide active portfolio management for both institutional and individual investors.
Why invest in Sprott physical bullion trusts?
Sprott’s unique exchange-listed physical bullion trusts give investors a better way to own physical precious metals. Sprott factor-based gold miner ETFs provide investors with access to unique gold miner indexes that are designed to outperform market cap-weighted offerings.