Lobo Tiggre Leaks Stock Market Tips
The Independent Speculator is a paid investment newsletter service. One of the very best in my opinion!
What makes it the best is probably the unimpeachable integrity of the founder/chief Lobo Tiggre (formerly known by the pen name of Louis James for Casey Research).
So what’s this about ‘free advice’?
Lobo does not give away for free what he charges his subscribers for. Yet in Saturday’s free newsletter (sign up here – I guarantee there’ll be NO SPAM), he did leak some valuable investment advice!
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Every Saturday you’ll get free into your inbox some very valuable investing intel, especially as it pertains to metals & mining.
This last time, however, I think Lobo went above & beyond (yet without spilling the paid beans).
In recent comments, Brent Johnson, the “Dollar Milkshake Guy,” has said he thinks the DXY may rally back to 110 soon.
As an intraday trader, I have found that DXY is becoming more indicative of daily market moves than even the VIX. Here’s what Lobo has to say about that:
I don’t see what would do that. Maybe if the next PCE and CPI reports show higher inflation. Or if the next jobs report disappoints Wall Street by showing too many jobs added and too few people getting laid off.
That could happen, but I think the odds are tilted in the other direction.
Wall Street really hangs their hat on that silly jobs report. Never mind it needs interpretation and is always revised on page 10…
So getting this insight can be key.
The ‘Guru’ Thing
We all know gurus and their predictions. Unfortunately.
I think it might have been Doug Casey who frequently said “even a broken clock is right twice per day”.
Lobo does NOT make it a point of making predictions because he admits he has no crystal ball. And, he is further differentiated from the gurus we know and hate because he admits when he may have missed a call.
The thing is, though, he doesn’t make many calls, just tells us what he’s thinking – and when others were making wild predictions earlier in the year, he was a lone voice of reason (I almost said ‘lone wolf’ there – lol).
So check out his next comment:
One thing I can say is that I’m glad I stopped waiting for a market crash. Readers of this letter know that I bought some of the bargains already on the table this fall. This has helped The Independent Speculator portfolio recover from dipping into the red, now back into the green again.
Lobo was spot on.
When a crash seemed plausible, he said so and paused buying. When it appeared that we missed that bullet for the time being, he was quick to say so and scoop up some bargains – always alerting subscribers first!
The Meat of the Free Advice
So let’s get to the crux of the info that was spilled.
How am I playing it now?
- If I were convinced that inflation has peaked, that the DXY has turned for good, and that the Fed will ease up as hoped, I’d buy the best gold and silver bargains on the table now. But these are three big ifs—with the Fed being the most doubtful in the near term. Also, I already own a bunch of gold and silver stocks. I’m inclined to wait for clarity. The next PCE report will be key. (If I were new to the space and lacked gold and silver stocks in my portfolio, I’d buy first stakes in the best of the best, the next time gold drops and puts a good scare into the market.)
- I’m still not looking to buy any more copper or other industrial metals stocks until we see how the recession shapes up. This might change if China reopens more and faster than I expect. For now, I’m holding where I am.
- Oil is a maybe. The recession is a negative factor. The war and the New Iron Curtain are positive factors (for oil prices). I’ve got a couple fingers in this pie, so I’m going to wait to see how it goes for a while yet.
- A great uranium stock on sale is the one thing I’d not hesitate to buy right now.
Uranium. Catch that?
Gold & Silver mining stocks or royalty stocks are less of a prudent speculation right now than uranium stocks. The case for that is well laid out in the pages of The Independent Speculator for subscribers (which I am one, and have been since the beginning).
If you are new to the realm of resource investing or just now hearing about Lobo Tiggre / Louis James LLC then what I would suggest is this, in the order of your comfort.
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