Some gold miners will outshine others under inflation

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A rising gold price may not lift all mining boats. INK featured Ontario-focused Pure Gold Mining (PGM) in today's morning report as a junior that could keep sailing even if there is an inflationary G-economy tide. Watch the free video summary:

 
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We hit on the issue of which miners are likely to win as the mining bull market gains steam in our INK Top 20 Gold stock report released earlier today. In the report, we also look at gold and bitcoin as a store of value. While gold is clearly the senior store-of-value, bitcoin is the junior up-and-comer. As such, it may have higher albeit more volatile returns than gold. If you are not a member, today's INK Top 20 Gold stock report is another great reason to take advantage of our special offer to join us now.

On Real Vision today, Lyn Alden of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy makes the case for stronger gold prices and a weaker dollar ahead. She also tackles the question of whether or not US stocks are overvalued. It is a comprehensive interview, so probably best to set some tide aside to watch this deep fundamental dive. On Monday, Mike Green of Logica Capital and Srinivas Thiruvadanthai from the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center provide the bullish case for the dollar after discussing a range of issues including societal change in the US and the impact on automation.

Finally, on the free Real Vision Daily Briefing Monday, Ed Harrison takes a sober look at outlook for US economic performance and the box that policy makers are in. He takes a pragmatic approach with a short to medium time horizon in mind. 

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