The Best Gold & Natural Resource
Opportunities for 2015
World’s top resource and precious metals specialists
will meet in Vancouver, July 28-31
to reveal their best ideas in the sector
Hi, my name is Rick Rule.
I’m the Chief Executive Officer of Sprott U.S. Holdings, one of the leading natural resource investment and money management firms in the world.
I’ve personally been in the natural resource business for over 30 years.
I’ve visited hundreds of mining sites on every single continent but one, and my firm has helped finance hundreds of resource companies – everything from the tiniest junior gold, oil, and uranium miners to huge, publicly-traded gold and silver royalty companies, some of which you may own.
Starting on Tuesday, July 28, 2015, I’m co-hosting an important meeting with my colleagues at Stansberry Research.
At the Fairmont Hotel in downtown Vancouver, we’ll be hosting the world’s leading specialists on gold and natural resources—including top CEOs, hedge fund managers, mining and exploration experts, and other executives from the some of the most successful resource companies in the world.
Over four days, we’ll be addressing one of the most important financial events of our time—the global currency war, and why 2015 could prove to be one of the best times in history to invest in precious metals and other resources.
This is your invitation to join us.
The timing really couldn’t be better.
The gold market today looks a lot like it did in 2000, right before it went on a ten-year roll.
In 2000, you may remember, most people couldn’t have cared less about gold. It was trading for around $280 an ounce.
By 2011, gold was trading as high as $1,900—up over 550%.
It seems that right now, today, we have many of the same conditions that spurred the last big gold market runs in 2000 and 2009.
The thesis is straightforward: Central banks are cutting rates, printing money, and engaging in all-out currency wars. The U.S. alone has tripled its money supply since 2008 and literally doubled the national debt since 2009 to $14 trillion, and it’s still growing. And gold is already up, in virtually every currency except the US Dollar.
Obviously, this can’t—and won’t—end well.
In fact, today’s record-low interest rates around the world make gold and natural resources an attractive alternative. Gold pays no interest, so it's much more attractive when government bonds have zero (or negative) yields, like we have right now.
Finally, if you follow the Toronto Venture Exchange—where junior mining and exploration companies trade—it looks very similar to how it looked the last time we had conditions like this.
By the end of 2014, the index was down 73% since March 2011, and 80% from its all-time high in 2007:
As you can see by the chart, gold stocks could hardly be more out-of-favor right now.
But you can also see what happens to this index after the bottom is in.
The very best gold and precious metals companies – with the best projects and the strongest management – could be attractive investment vehicles for profiting on a turnaround in the gold price.
In Vancouver this July, you’ll have a chance to meet them - at an event that is completely different from any other conference, with some of the most important people in the gold and mining industries, and of course, tons of great, actionable ideas.
Let me explain:
Your invitation to an extraordinary event
In Vancouver, starting on Tuesday morning, July 28th, you’ll hear from people in the business and exactly what these pros are predicting for gold, silver, and other natural resources.
Every single invited guest at this year’s Symposium has been vetted personally by either me or someone on my team. And we believe we know everyone who matters in the world of resource companies.
This ensures that you will hear the best ideas—directly from the most respected people in the field.
Starting on Tuesday morning at 8:30am, July 28, 2015, we’ll get the Sprott/Stansberry Natural Resources Symposium underway at the landmark Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, in the heart of downtown.
I’ll be your host throughout the four-day symposium.
And this year, we truly have a spectacular guest lineup.
You’ll have a chance to meet…
First, I’m excited to announce that a very good friend, colleague, and a true legend in the natural resources business will be joining us—Eric Sprott, Chairman and founder of Sprott Asset Management.
There are very few folks in the business that have achieved more than Eric, with over 40 years of experience in the investment industry, and 37 years managing client funds.
In 1981, he founded Sprott Securities Limited, and after establishing Sprott Asset Management Inc. in December 2001 as a separate entity, he sold his entire stake in Sprott Securities to its employees. From 2008 until September 2010, Eric served as Chief Executive Officer of Sprott, before stepping down to focus on his role as Chairman.
Over his career, Eric has won numerous awards—including winner of Absolute Returns Hedge Fund Manager of the Year, one of Investor Digest Canada’s Best Investors, Terrapinn’s Most Influential Hedge Fund Manager, and in 2013, he was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country’s highest honors.
An avid First Nations art collector, as well as a renowned philanthropist, Eric will be giving the keynote address in Vancouver this summer, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet him in person.
You’ll also have the opportunity to meet another legend of the mining and exploration business—Robert Friedland, chairman and founder of Ivanhoe Capital Corporation.
Robert is almost always one of the most popular speakers at any event he attends (in fact, one of last year’s Vancouver attendees told us Robert’s was the “best presentation ever.”)
Easily one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs of the last 20 years, Robert has either started or financed more than 15 different companies, including his flagship mining and exploration enterprise, Ivanhoe Mines.
His companies have been responsible for some of the most important discoveries and sales in the modern era, including the Voisey’s Bay nickel deposit in Canada, the Fort Knox gold deposit in Alaska, and the Oyu Tolgoi copper, gold, and silver mine in Mongolia.
While he made his fortune in the mining business, what you might not know is that Robert is also a very successful technology and media investor. Through Ivanhoe Capital, he provided the founding venture capital for Sirius Satellite Radio, which went on to create SiriusXM… and he was an initial investor in Sina.com, the largest Chinese online entertainment website.
(Interesting fact: At Reed College in Oregon, Robert became good friends with Steve Jobs. Robert was the caretaker of an apple orchard owned by his uncle, and Jobs used to come out and help on the weekends—an experience that served as the inspiration for the name Apple).
Robert’s business accomplishments have garnered him dozens of awards, including being named to the list of “Most Influential Canadians,” by the Financial Post Magazine—and we’re excited to have him as our special guest at this year’s Symposium.
We’ve also invited one of the smartest guys and greatest speculators we know, Doug Casey, to share his latest ideas, predictions, and favorite gold opportunities in Vancouver this summer.
If you’ve never seen Doug speak, I promise it’s an experience you won’t soon forget.
Doug doesn’t suffer fools gladly, and he’s not afraid to say exactly what’s on his mind. For decades, Doug has been the ultimate contrarian—and as a result, he’s been able to uncover some incredibly profitable opportunities in the markets.
A longtime friend of Sprott and Stansberry Research, Doug is the founder and chairman of Casey Research—he and his team of analysts have done some of the best work in the gold and natural resource advisory business for over a quarter of a century.
A highly respected author, as well, Doug literally wrote the book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil: his book Crisis Investing spent multiple weeks as #1 on the New York Times Best-Sellers list, and he once received the largest advance ever paid for a financial book at the time, for Strategic Investing.
And that’s just for starters.
At the Sprott/Stansberry 2015 Natural Resource Symposium, we’ve also confirmed some of the smartest, most successful executives in the mining, exploration, and royalty streaming businesses.
** David Harquail, CEO of Franco-Nevada. David led the successful IPO and listing of Franco-Nevada onto the Toronto Stock Exchange in late 2007 for $1.2 billion.
Today, Franco-Nevada has grown to over $8 billion, and is now the biggest gold royalty streaming company in the world.
David was previously a senior executive at Newmont Mining, and prior to that, senior executive of the original Franco-Nevada group of royalty companies. He’s on the board of the World Gold Council too, and has served on many senior mining boards and industry associations.
In Vancouver this summer, you’ll have a chance to meet David and hear his thoughts from the podium on what’s next for his company, and what he sees happening from the inside of the gold and precious metals markets.
** Randy Smallwood, CEO of Silver Wheaton, one of the largest precious metals royalty companies in the world.
In fact, Randy is one of the founding members of Silver Wheaton. He got his start as an exploration geologist with Wheaton River Minerals, before joining the original Wheaton River group.
He was an instrumental part of the team that built Wheaton River / Goldcorp into one of the largest, and more importantly, most profitable gold companies in the world.
Today, he’s doing the same thing for Silver Wheaton as its CEO.
** Paul Wright, CEO of Eldorado Gold, a low-cost gold producer with over 20 years of experience building and operating gold mines in Europe, Asia, and South America.
Paul himself has over 30 years of experience in developing and operating open pit and underground gold mines.
Prior to joining Eldorado, Paul worked with Placer Dome, the Redpath Group, and Granges. Paul is a member of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining of London and is a Chartered Engineer (UK).
We’re thrilled to have the CEOs of Ivanhoe, Franco-Nevada, Silver Wheaton, and Eldorado Gold join us in Vancouver this July.
You will learn how they built these businesses and what lessons investors can learn from their experiences.
And when you attend our event, you’ll not only hear the latest details on what these companies have coming up, you’ll have a chance to meet and speak with these gentlemen in person.
In fact, over the course of our four-day Symposium, you’ll also have the opportunity to hear from our invited sponsor companies and their lead executives.
For example, Morgan Poliquin, Ph.D., President and CEO of royalty firm Almaden Minerals, will be in Vancouver this summer… Chad Wells, Vice President of Altius Minerals as well as executives from Amerigo Resources, Hot Chili, a Chile-focused mining company, Lara Exploration, Reservoir Minerals, Pretium Resources, and more to be announced.
Remember: If you’re in the resources business—of which there are literally thousands of companies—you can’t just write a check to come to speak at our Vancouver conference.
We know all of our invited guests personally and professionally. We know their projects and their management, and we’ve been on the ground and in the boardroom with them.
In fact, some of the smartest folks in the business believe there’s a very good chance that 2015 could be gold’s year…
“Gold will go up substantially [in 2015]”
For example, Dr. Marc Faber is a PhD economist who's run several investment firms.
He's a director at Sprott Inc. and Ivanhoe Mining. He writes a brilliant newsletter, the "Gloom, Boom & Doom Report," and I count him as a close colleague and friend of mine (unfortunately, Marc couldn’t make it to Vancouver this year).
In January, Marc told the Société Générale global strategy conference:
"I'm positive gold will go up substantially [in 2015] — say 30%. … We simply have highly inflated asset markets. ... The only sector that I think is very inexpensive is precious metals, and in particular precious metals stocks."
He isn’t the only one.
Hedge funds haven't been this bullish on gold in more than 2 years.
They're betting big that the metal's allure will strengthen as currencies slide and economies slow throughout Europe and Asia.
Our co-hosts for the 2015 Vancouver Symposium, Stansberry Research, have been saying the same thing.
The founder of Stansberry Research, Porter Stansberry, will be in Vancouver this summer.
Porter has been recommending holding gold almost since his flagship newsletter, Stansberry’s Investment Advisory, was founded in 1999.
Porter is well-known for doing some of the most important (and often controversial) work in the financial advisory business.
His string of accurate forecasts through the years—including his “End of America” thesis—has made his advisory one of the most widely read in the world.
Porter points out perhaps the best reason of all to be an educated gold investor today:
“I hold gold because I believe the entire global system of paper money and central banking is in the process of self-destructing. And I believe in a relatively short time – perhaps five or 10 years – the existing monetary system will collapse. During this period of turmoil, I expect gold and silver will maintain their purchasing power, while all forms of paper money will be rendered worthless.”
In Vancouver this summer, you’ll hear Porter’s latest ideas on the global currency war, the “End of America,” and why, in a 0% interest world, he believes gold is the only real money.
You’ll also hear from Stansberry Research’s resident geologist and natural resources expert Matt Badiali.
For over a decade, Matt’s work for the Stansberry Resource Report has taken him to Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Hong Kong, Singapore, Haiti, Turkey, Switzerland, and many other locations around the world. He’s built a huge Rolodex of the most important people in the industry – from private financiers, leading geologists and natural-resource analysts to billionaire hedge-fund managers.
As Matt says, to make the biggest gains in this sector, you have to buy natural resource assets when nobody wants them.
And in Vancouver, you’ll hear from Matt in person on his favorite ideas right now.
You’ll also hear from Stansberry analyst Dan Ferris, editor of Extreme Value.
His strategy of finding safe, cheap, and profitable stocks – since 2002 – has earned him a loyal following – as well as one of the most impressive track records in the industry.
As Dan recently wrote, “Small-cap natural resource stocks are where I see huge opportunity today,” and at the Symposium this summer, Dan will reveal his favorites in the sector.
Finally, you’ll also have a chance to meet and hear from Stansberry’s senior analyst, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud.
Steve is the editor of the popular True Wealth advisory letter, which is based on the simple idea that you don’t always have to take big risks to make big returns.
In recent weeks, he told his True Wealth readers it’s the perfect time to get back into gold and gold stocks:
“Dollar up... Gold down... That has been the story for three-and-a-half years. That story ends – today. Gold stocks – after plunging 63% – just bottomed out a few weeks ago and have started an uptrend…
“My friend, you don't want to wait around on this one... It is time to act. The setup is impressive right now, about as good as it gets.”
Dr. Sjuggerud also recommended buying gold back in 2001 – when it was trading for around $270 an ounce.
In his career, Steve has addressed hundreds of financial conferences in the U.S. and around the world, and has given a private talk at the New York Stock Exchange.
You’ll have the chance to meet Steve in person, and hear his latest thoughts on the gold market this summer in Vancouver.
What happens next?
As you can see, we have a ton of great content on the gold and natural resources markets lined up for you this year.
As Don R., one of last year’s Vancouver attendees told us:“Loved the content and the speakers (no prima donnas). The best thing about this conference is the chance to hear and meet some of my favorite all-time speakers. Vancouver is first-rate in every respect.”
And Gus C. said last year’s symposium was “fantastic… Very informative and I feel more confident about where and what to invest.”
I can tell you this: you are not likely to find information like this anywhere else in the world but Vancouver this summer.
In just a moment, I’ll also show you how to secure a significant discount on a ticket to Vancouver in July, if you act before May 1st, as well as two complimentary resources, from me personally that will help you get the most out of everything we have planned for the Symposium.
Before I get to that:
Let me tell you about the other outstanding guests we’ve confirmed to date for this year’s Natural Resources Symposium to talk gold and precious metals… natural resources… the global currency war… the ultimate demise of the dollar… and what happens next:
- Brent Cook, Editor of Exploration Insights, has been an economic geologist and mining analyst in the minerals exploration and mining business for over three decades. Brent has evaluated projects in over 60 countries. In 1997, he joined me at Global Resource Investments (now Sprott Global) as our principal mining analyst. Since 2003, Brent has been an independent analyst and advisor to several investment funds and high net worth individuals, as well as editor of the newsletter Exploration Insights, which details what he’s buying, selling, and avoiding with his own money.
- Adrian Day, of Adrian Day Asset Management, specializes in international gold, precious metals, and natural resource investments. A sub-adviser to the EuroPacific Gold Fund, Adrian’s latest book is Investing in Resources: How to Profit from the Outsized Potential and Avoid the Risks.
- Chris Mayer, Editor of Capital & Crisis, began his career as a corporate banker. He served as the vice president of corporate lending at Provident Bank, where he was entrusted with a corporate portfolio of loans and deposits that totaled over a quarter of a billion dollars. Chris’ book, Invest Like a Dealmaker: Secrets of a Former Banking Insider, documents how he’s produced an exceptional long-term track record of winning ideas. His commentary has been featured by CBS MarketWatch, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the Huffington Post. In short, Chris is a history buff, a voracious reader, avid traveler, gifted writer, and a talented investor.
- Byron King, Editor of Outstanding Investments is a Harvard-trained geologist and former aide to the United States Chief of Naval Operations.A long-time world traveler who’s gotten his boots muddy on five continents in search of the world’s best natural resources opportunities, Byron still spends much of his time away from home, checking out remote mines, rigs and plants to bring his readers a first-hand account of almost every investment opportunity he recommends. His work has appeared in The Washington Post, MSN Money, Marketwatch.com, and he’s appeared on Fox Business News, CNBC's Squawk Box, Larry Kudlow, Glenn Beck and PBS’s NewsHour.
- Grant Williams, Vulpes Investment Management, has been in international finance for 30 years. He’s held senior positions at a number of investment banks and brokers including Robert Fleming, UBS, Banc of America and Credit Suisse in locations as diverse as London, Tokyo, New York, Hong Kong, Sydney and Singapore. Grant’s letter, Things That Make You Go Hmmm... has grown to become one of the most popular and widely-read financial publications in the world. He is portfolio and strategy advisor to Vulpes Investment Management in Singapore.
- Frank Trotter, President of EverBank Direct. A founding partner of EverBank.com in 1998, he has acquired more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to forming EverBank.com, Frank was director of the International Markets Division of Mark Twain Bank, where he created the WorldCurrency family of deposits and directed the global launch of eCash. He is a featured speaker on financial topics at venues around the world, especially global market developments, and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Bloomberg, TheStreet and others.
- Sean Brodrick, Editor of Oxford Resource Explorer, is a resource analyst with much boots-on-the-ground experience. He’s traveled from diamond fields north of the Arctic Circle, to an ancient city of silver in Mexico, to a gold project on the frigid southern tip of Argentina – and just about everywhere in between.
And we’ve just added these accomplished, internationally-renowned speakers:
- Louis James, with a background in physics, economics, and technical writing, is well prepared for his role as senior editor of the International Speculator and Casey Investment Alert. Louis studies dozens of mining companies every month, conducts due diligence on his favorite stocks, and compares notes with Doug Casey to figure out which are most likely to provide quick and impressive returns to his subscribers.
- Marin Katusa, an accomplished investment analyst, is the senior editor of Casey Energy Dividends, Casey Energy Confidential, and Casey Energy Report. Using advanced mathematical skills, Marin has created a diagnostic resource market tool that analyzes and compares hundreds of investment variables to bring the best investment ideas and most promising private placement offerings to Casey subscribers.
- Jeff Clark invested in the IPO of Snapple, made a bundle, and discovered how very profitable speculating can be. Making money in the precious metals industry — both for himself and his subscribers — is what drives Jeff. He is constantly researching companies to recommend, analyzing the big trends in metals, and looking for safe and profitable ways to capitalize on the gold and silver bull market.
- John Kaiser is an independent analyst who has covered the junior resource sector since 1983. He’s the founder of Kaiser Research Online, an information portal covering the Canadian publicly listed resource sector and the publisher of his Spec Value Hunter recommendations. His analysis focuses on the four key narratives that drive the resource sector.
- Keith Schaefer is editor and publisher of the Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin, where he researches and profiles growing oil and gas companies that he also buys himself. Bulletin subscribers know he has his own money on the line in his recommendations. Keith has also worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, but has spent over 15 years helping resource companies raise capital for exploration and development.
One thing’s for sure:
When you attend the 2015 Sprott/Stansberry Natural Resource Symposium, you’ll know all of the important details about the state of the market today, and why it bodes well for gold, precious metals, and other natural resources in the coming months and years.
In short, Sprott and Stansberry Research have been working hard to make sure the 2015 Symposium this July is different from any other conference or meeting you've ever seen—filled with presentations by fantastic speakers, and of course, tons of great, actionable ideas.
You’ll also have the chance to meet other like-minded people and experience Canada’s most beautiful city and all it has to offer in the summer—which is absolutely the best time of the year here.
USA Today calls it “the supermodel of
North American cities…”
Vancouver skyline at sunset
The New York Times calls it “gorgeous … sophisticated,” and “Manhattan with mountains…”
The Daily Telegraph describes it as “a city unlike any other…”
Vancouver is my favorite city in the world.
If you haven’t yet been here, there is simply no denying that Vancouver is one of North America’s most vibrant and attractive cities.
In fact, Gloria W., who came to Vancouver last year, said the setting was actually one of her favorite parts of the Symposium:
“We have been to other conferences in the US but we prefer [the Vancouver Symposium] because we especially enjoy the city of Vancouver.”
I personally spend several months of the year here, every year and if you like to hike, like I do, you’ll really enjoy some of the spectacular trails around the city.
Vancouver sits right between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean – so summertime here simply can’t be beat.
It’s the perfect destination for our 2015 Symposium and not just because Vancouver, home to the Toronto Venture Exchange, is the epicenter of the natural resources financing industry.
You’ll also find plenty of culture, great food, and nightlife in your spare time.
For example, a really cool thing to do here is visit Vancouver’s night markets – the Richmond, Summer Night, and Vancouver Chinatown Markets – where you’ll find loads of food, shopping, and live entertainment.
You could have an old-fashioned summer picnic at VanDusen’s Botanical Gardens.
Or go for a bike ride at Stanley Park, where you’ll see beautiful beaches, historic aboriginal totem poles, gravity-defying rocks balancing on end (you have to see this to believe it), and breathtaking views of the water.
Or head over to the Vancouver Art Gallery – with over 9,000 works, it’s one of the most valuable collections in all of Canada.
The list goes on…
Besides the many options for culture and entertainment, Vancouver is also known for its world-class restaurants.
Make sure to check out the stunning outdoor patios of The Boathouse Waterfront Restaurant, specializing in fresh seafood and steaks… one of Vancouver’s premier raw bars, Blue Water Café… or if you’re up for a spectacular drive in the mountains, make a reservation at the world-class Araxi restaurant in Whistler – Chef Gordon Ramsay called it “the best restaurant in Canada.”
Wherever you choose, you certainly can’t go wrong.
And if you don’t feel like venturing out one day, no problem.
You’ll find a ton of great dining, entertainment, and cultural options within walking distance of our 2015 Natural Resources Symposium host hotel.
“The Castle in the City”
Locals call it “the Castle in the City…”
The landmark Fairmont Hotel Vancouver features world-class rooms and service, with the elegance of an English castle, because it was modeled after a 16th century chateau.
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver (at left) and downtown skyline
The Fairmont Vancouver was built in 1939. The British monarchs of the time, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, officially opened the hotel on their royal tour of Canada in May 1939, staying here before heading to the United States.
And Don R., who came to Vancouver last year, said it best when he called it “a spectacular grand old hotel.”
At the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, where all of our Symposium activities will be held, you’ll find all kinds of first-class amenities and conveniences...
Like the soon-to-be-opened Notch 8 lobby bar and restaurant, the Absolute Spa, with a relaxation lounge and complimentary spa cuisine, a fully-equipped, state of the art health club… an indoor heated pool, sauna, and Jacuzzi, access to Sitka Physiotherapy & Wellness Studios, with Pilates, Yoga classes, and personal training services.
What’s great, too, is that the Fairmont is right in the heart of Vancouver’s popular business, shopping and entertainment district.
You can explore all the great entertainment, dining, and spectacular scenery that downtown Vancouver has to offer, right outside the hotel.
And as a Symposium attendee, we’ve arranged for you to receive a significant discount on your stay at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver when you reserve your ticket to the 2015 Sprott/Stansberry Natural Resources Symposium today.
Seats will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.
SPECIAL EXTRA FEATURE
Invitation to Our Grouse Mountain Field Trip with Riverside Resources Inc.
Monday, July 27th
We’ve arranged an exclusive opportunity for a small group of attendees to tour Grouse Mountain on Monday – before our event kicks off. If you would like to join the tour, please call us at 1 800 926 6575 or +1 561 243 6276 to register.
Attendees will depart the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver at 10 a.m. on a provided bus that will take us to Grouse Mountain where you’ll have free time to explore the unspoiled nature of the region’s most visited attraction.
Once you’ve taken in all the sights, we’ll head to lunch at noon on the top floor of the Peak Chalet. This rustic alpine banquet room features floor to ceiling windows and adjoining deck with mountain, city and ocean views. Lunch is sponsored by Riverside Resources Inc. and hosted by Tommy Humphries and featuring several of our special guest speakers.
After lunch we’ll ride the chairlift down the mountain and be transported to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where you can discover and explore this temperate rain forest and many spectacular aspects of Vancouver’s very first tourist experience.
Provided transportation will return you to the hotel by approximately 4:30 p.m.
The cost of the our is $90 per person which covers transportation, lift tickets on the Skyride and the entrance fee for Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
To register for the tour or for more details about this Special Invitation, please call us at 1 800 926 6575 or +1 561 243 6276.
Here’s all you have to do:
Reserve your seat today and receive a $300 discount
We’ve worked very hard to make sure that the 2015 Vancouver Symposium on July 28-31, 2015 will be the best event you’ve ever attended. Period.
If you're looking for the ideas in gold and resource stocks, if you want to know about the trends taking place in the market, if you want to get investment ideas from world-renowned gold and resource experts, I strongly urge you to book your seat to the Sprott/Stansberry Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium today.
This is an opportunity to experience a first-rate, first-class event, to mingle with the kind of guests we're going to have in attendance, and to get access to the kinds of ideas the average investor will simply never hear about.
One of last year’s attendees said it was the “best conference I ever attended.”
Tom G. said simply, “It’s well run… and worth the money.”
Attendee Dorothy M. told me:
“[Vancouver] is always a great learning experience and we really appreciate coming. Over the years it has guided our investment choices. Thank you, Rick for providing the opportunity.”
And G. S., a professional money manager from the U.K., told us that Vancouver is one of the best conferences he attends all year:
“Good quality companies presenting, great range of speakers (we want to hear from industry titans); 4 full days – a lot to take in, but good value for money.”
Naturally, it’s hard to put a price on something like this.
We’ve crunched the numbers to make sure those who are truly serious about attending the 2015 Symposium can do so.
Considering everything we have planned, and the financial overhead to secure the hotel and our invited guests, we could easily charge $1,800 or more per ticket to Vancouver 2015.
But when you sign up today, before the May 1st deadline, you’ll pay just a small fraction of that.
Before you secure your seat, let me sum up everything you’ll receive when you register for the 2015 Vancouver Symposium:
#1. A great seat to a full four (4) days of activities, starting Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Symposium will start around 8:30am, and wrap up around 5:30pm, including a daily continental breakfast, and regular coffee and snack breaks.
You’ll have access to ALL of the events and speakers each day, where we cover the most important financial ideas and investment opportunities in the gold and resource markets… market analysis… entertainment… and much, much more.
In short, this is your all-access pass to every presentation in both the General Session and the popular, more intimate Breakout Sessions (We’re still working out the details of the daily breakout sessions. One thing I can tell you—I’ll be leading one Wednesday through Friday mornings before the Symposium, starting at 7:00am, before the General Sessions start. Once we have the details finalized for the rest of the daily Breakouts, as the date gets closer, we will email you with the full details).
#2. An Invitation to our Thursday Night Cocktail Reception
This is your opportunity to mingle with our invited guests--the world’s top resource investment and economic experts, financial writers, and successful individual investors. Enjoy a drink on us, and get to know your fellow attendees as well as your Symposium hosts.
#3: Full Access to the 2015 Symposium Sponsors
If you’re really looking for face-to-face information gathering, the companies you’ll find sponsoring booths at the Symposium will be just your thing. Your Symposium ticket includes full access to each and every one of our sponsor companies.
As I mentioned earlier…
Your 2015 Vancouver Symposium registration also includes two complimentary resources from me personally:
#4. A Guide to Natural Resource Investing. In this complimentary Report—which I’ll email to you right after you secure your seat—I’ll share with you the collective experience and insights my firm and I have accumulated over the past 30 years of investing in gold and natural resources.
You see, my main responsibility at Sprott is to acquire and analyze as much information as possible on companies in the resource sector. Sprott analysts and I spend virtually all of our time talking to company management teams, attending international resource-related conferences, analyzing geological data, assessing risk, and personally visiting exploration and development sites around the world to identify opportunities for our clients.
In A Guide to Natural Resource Investing, I’ll share with you the 10 points we’ve learned to evaluate companies that you can use as well, before you put a dime into one. With this guide, you’ll be armed with the knowledge—well ahead of the Symposium—to identify and pursue great opportunities that arise in the resource sector.
#5. Squeezing a Dollar Out Of a Dime - Getting Your Money's Worth at the 2015 Sprott/Stansberry Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium. We want to make sure that this year’s event is the absolute best and most valuable conference you will ever attend.
That’s why I put together a short video with my colleague Tekoa Da Silva at Sprott, where I share my 40+ years’ experience as both a conference presenter and attendee.
For example, I’ll tell you
- The questions you should have ahead of the conference.
- Exactly where to get the best information and feedback from the presenters and attending companies, at any conference (hint: not the cocktail party).
- Why the time you spend after the event may be the most crucial time of all.
- The #1 most important thing you must do while attending.
- The big lesson you can learn from the most unique conference I ever attended in Western Australia (where I found an incredible investment idea).
And much more.
We’ll send you this brand-new video guide to getting the most out of this year’s Symposium as soon as you reserve your ticket.
As you can see, we’ve gone out of our way to make sure the Sprott/Stansberry 2015 Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium exceeds every expectation.
We believe we could easily be charging $1,800 per ticket for a premier, invitation-only event like we have planned—and we’d sell every available seat in the house.
Even at that price, it would still be an incredible deal. When you consider the kinds of guests you’ll have a chance to meet and hear from, all the incredible perks we have planned each day, and the benefits this kind of information could yield in the months and years ahead, which could be worth FAR more than the price of a ticket.
But when you secure your Vancouver 2015 ticket today, you’ll pay just $499.
That’s a savings of $300 off the full registration rate, but it’s only valid until May 1st.
(Plus, if you are a Stansberry Alliance Member, Oxford Club Chairman’s Circle Member, or an Agora Financial Reserve member, you will receive an additional $100 discount, on top of the $300 discount.)
And please note our cancellation policy: If you have to cancel on or before April 28, 2015, you will receive a full refund. Cancellations received after April 28, 2015 but before June 22, 2015, will receive a full refund, less a US$100 administrative fee per person. After June 22, 2015, due to the real, hard costs we incur in putting on an event like this, the registration fee is non-refundable.
That said, when you come to Vancouver this summer, I want you to be completely happy with the entire Symposium. If you’re not, please let us know after the event—and we’ll give you a 100% refund on your registration fee.
After May 1st—and as we announce more details and finalize our speaker lineup—the cost will go up to $799.
Until then, you’ll pay just $499 for a ticket to the Sprott/Stansberry 2015 Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium… including everything I mentioned.
This special “early-bird” price is our way of thanking you for your timely response to our invitation. Seats will be reserved on a first come, first-served basis.
Liz H., who came to Vancouver last year with her husband, said:
“The Vancouver Conference is our favorite because we particularly enjoy hearing honest and in-depth information about precious metals…”
Attendee Craig C. told us:
“Can’t beat Vancouver for a resource conference… I thoroughly enjoyed it last year and very much look forward to this year’s conference.”
And Karl E. told us last year’s Symposium was…
“Excellent! The best in many years, if not the best ever!”
Thanks for the kind words, Karl. Just wait until you see what we have planned this year…
In short, this year’s Symposium is going to be an unforgettable event.
So if you are interested in joining us this summer in Vancouver, July 28-31, 2015, reserve your spot immediately.
Please complete the Reservation form here. Shortly after you place your order, you’ll receive an email with detailed registration instructions.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Sprott U.S. Holdings
P.S. If you’d prefer to register by phone for the Sprott/Stansberry 2015 Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium today, please contact our booking agent, Opportunity Travel, toll-free 800-926-6575, direct 561-243-6276; or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register now – space is limited, and we expect early-bird seats to go quickly. Click here to register online today.
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