U.S. Global Investors (NASDAQ: GROW) will host a webcast titled, “Commodities: Reasons to be a Bull When Everyone’s a Bear” on Tuesday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m. Central time.
More than a decade ago, Alan Greenspan coined the term “irrational exuberance” to warn that stock prices had risen too high during the technology bubble. Today, a similar hysteria of “irrational pessimism” is holding commodity prices hostage.
While there are a number of headwinds affecting near-term prices, there are also several reasons to remain bullish on the long-term story.
Join Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO and chief investment officer, and key members of our natural resources team as they discuss the company’s long-term view on commodities.
The discussion will cover:
- The impact of a global on resource investments.
- Inflation or deflation? Which will it be and how will it impact commodities?
- What can we expect from China and other large emerging economies?
- Will supply continue to build and demand continue to fall?
Please join us for this free presentation addressing our outlook for commodities.
To access the webcast, go to www.vcall.com and click the orange participant LOGIN button. Fill in the requested log-in information and enter room #145543, then click ‘OK’. Please log in 5-10 minutes prior to event start time. A pop-up window will open to display the webcast.
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Following the webcast, a replay will be available at www.usfunds.com/webcast.
About U.S. Global Investors, Inc.
U.S. Global Investors, Inc. (www.usfunds.com) is a registered investment adviser that focuses on profitable niche markets around the world. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, the company provides advisory, transfer agency and other services to U.S. Global Investors Funds and other clients.
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Terry Badger, Director of Communications