V Questions with Rick Rule

Published on
January 18th, 2017
6 minutes

V Questions with Rick Rule

V Questions ·
Featuring Rick Rule

Published on: January 18th, 2017 • Duration: 6 minutes

Natural resource investor and speculator Rick Rule is in the chair as the new season of V Questions continues, with the Chairman and Founder of Sprott Global Resource Investments facing a brand new set of questions, in the familiar, fast-paced, raw, unscripted format.


  • CH
    Calvin H.
    23 January 2017 @ 04:14
    would just love to know why the down votes? Too much gold talk or was the information over their heads?
  • RA
    Robert A.
    21 January 2017 @ 00:47
    Great format! Great guest gets put into a one take sweatbox and is asked 5 Great question in 5 minutes. Pithy, concise and relevant. Wonderful idea guys.
  • TL
    T L.
    20 January 2017 @ 05:50
    Could listen for hours. Bring him back soon for more pls
  • JF
    Jennifer F.
    19 January 2017 @ 08:58
    Could we interview him about his knowledge on Uranium Please?
  • JC
    John C.
    19 January 2017 @ 07:13
    very good commentary enjoyed it. Thanks Dave C. for the link to his interview
  • SD
    Stephen D. | Contributor
    19 January 2017 @ 02:20
    What a class act Rick Rule is: wise, humble, funny, ethical. But that wasn't Grant's voice asking the questions even though Rick called him 'Grant'.
  • GS
    Greg S.
    19 January 2017 @ 01:19
    An "unwitting ward of the state"? Welcome to the crowd. Pity the poor politicians that have to come to terms with this, eventually.
  • DC
    Dave C.
    18 January 2017 @ 22:59
    For anyone looking to buy mining equities and learning how to do it properly then Rick Rule would be an excellent first point of reference. His master class interview on RV is a must watch and I would recommend interested parties also check out his recent outstanding interview with Erik Townsend on Macro Voices http://www.macrovoices.com/podcasts/MacroVoices-2017-01-12-Rick-Rule.mp3
  • JF
    John F.
    18 January 2017 @ 22:26
    I agree, gold will go lower and then pivot in the May-June window. The confirmation for that bottom will be when the %NYSE >200MA drops below 30% once again. The short term burst in gold for the first half of 2016 was to rescue commodity stocks from insolvency. The decline in commodity prices is still in progress.
  • AG
    Alexander G.
    18 January 2017 @ 20:55
    Interesting format. Easily digestible, yet some heavy-hitting questions.
  • TS
    Tim S.
    18 January 2017 @ 19:41
    Rick Rule is in the top three of my favorite speakers on RV. Concise, articulate, wise, pragmatic, and I could go on. I would kill to buy this man lunch jus to shoot the shit.
  • SR
    Stephan R.
    18 January 2017 @ 19:09
    Outstanding. He is one of the very few who called correctly the interim peak in gold and the miners back last August. Would be good to know when the video was recorded.
  • Cb
    Chris b.
    18 January 2017 @ 16:07
    In an investing enviornment and for that matter the state of affairs worldwide I would of thought Mr. Rule would have more to say.
  • LA
    Linda A.
    18 January 2017 @ 15:18
    Good man- knowing the mkt, he did not sell clients precious metals at an overbought level.
  • AD
    Arvydas D.
    18 January 2017 @ 15:11
    I would think that we will have gold lower in middle of 2017, especially if we will have a recession in US. If US will have recession people will run to save haven, and mainstream thinking is that USD is the save haven. So USD would go higher and Gold would go lower... But who knows...
  • MS
    Matt S.
    18 January 2017 @ 14:18
    yeah.... i think it's dip to £900 after the election WAS the lower... and it's already back at £1000 per oz. I would kill for gold back at £700 per oz like it was in autumn 2016. or what if the Fed pushed it down to £500.... I would cry with happiness and buy everything in sight.
  • AD
    Arvydas D.
    18 January 2017 @ 13:56
    Gold: first lower and than higher...