The Mid-1990s Gold Explorer Rally

Not many people know about the mid-1990s rally in gold exploration stocks, which occurred during a time of flat gold prices. The rally we are about to have in gold exploration stocks will be much larger than the mid-1990s rally. Currently, some of the highest quality gold exploration stocks are priced as if gold is less than $1,500 per oz yet gold is trading for $1,900 per oz and will soon breakout to new all-time highs of above $2,100 per oz.

Notice how many people on Twitter are suddenly experts on uranium? Where were these uranium experts a few months ago before uranium broke out? Do any of these people know how nuclear reactors work or how long it even takes to build a nuclear reactor? We are extremely bullish on uranium, but it is more of a long-term story.

Gold can literally become the #1 story in the market any day now. All it will take is one single $100+ up day for gold or some type of bank going bust or the Fed cutting rates to stop the NASDAQ from falling (which would crash the dollar, not help the NASDAQ) or a big increase in the long-term breakeven inflation rate. There are dozens of things that can happen to send gold and gold exploration stocks into a massive bull market at a moment's notice. There is nothing that can happen to cause the S&P 500 or NASDAQ to hit new all-time highs.

We can give you hundreds of reasons why gold is about to boom. The overwhelmingly negative sentiment is what most convinces us that we will be right about gold and gold exploration stocks, even though it is taking longer to happen due to Nvidia's financial engineering through their shell-like startup company CoreWeave. If we know about CoreWeave, think about what Nvidia is doing secretly to inflate revenue that nobody knows about.

Nobody can explain to us why they are bearish on gold or selling their gold exploration stocks at the lowest valuations per in situ ounce of gold ever seen in history relative to the price of gold.

Here are how some gold exploration stocks performed during the mid-1990s gold exploration stock rally that occurred with flat gold prices. This is not even close to a full list of the largest gainers. The imminent rally from today's extreme lows will be many times larger than this: