The research, analysis and portfolio management methods detailed GSA's newsletters were developed and proven by John Doody as a successful and innovative private investor. He still applies these same rules for his personal investments, even as he shares them with an ever-growing family of private and professional investors.
Maintaining clear and consistent investment criteria:
To make it onto the GSA Top10 list, companies must meet specific conditions:
- They're must be in or near actual production: The GSA method focuses only on companies that are already producing gold or have proven reserves and are about to commence production.
- They must demonstrate strong technical and business management capabilities: GSA meticulously studies all relevant aspects of companies under evaluation, including management teams, production plans and methods, balance sheets and independent analyses of drill results.
- They must be significantly undervalued: For a stock to make it onto the Top10, GSA must conclude that its price has the potential to at least double within three years-based on existing projects, and without any increase in gold price.
Maintaining independence, integrity and respect for the subscriber:
There are analysts and newsletter publishers covering the precious metals industry who get paid by some of the companies they write about. GSA regards such arrangements as a clear conflict of interest and a disservice to investors who seek honest guidance. At GSA we believe we can only serve subscribers by being 100% immune from any potential influence from the companies we evaluate and recommend. That's why we have always been—and always will be—solely subscriber funded.
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