I would like to buy some gold bullion. Can you recommend where to buy?

Check out Asset Strategies in Baltimore and USA Gold in Denver. Both have been used to buy gold and coins in past.

Where can I find a glossary of abbreviations used in GSA newsletters?

The User Guide page number 14. You can download the User Guide here It is a PDF file.

Where can I meet the Editors?

Our annual Investor Day Conference is an opportunity. It is open to subscribers only. The last one was held February 28th 2018, check back for our next scheduled conference.

Can you recommended brokers where I can buy Top10 stocks?

While most are listed on NYSE as their primary or secondary market, some stocks in the top 10 are registered in Canada and trade on the Toronto market. They trade in USA through OTC or "Pink Sheets" market. Some specialized or low cost brokers do not offer transactions on this market. If your broker cannot buy or sell these stocks for you we can recommend TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab or Fidelity, we have used all three without problems. All offer online buying and selling for all top 10 stocks, with commissions under US$10 a trade. For overseas investors we have been told Interactive Brokers is a good choice.

I need a receipt for tax purposes

If you do not have the receipt sent by email when you ordered the subscription, simply login to our website. On the For Subscribers menu, choose "Print Tax Receipt" and your order history can be viewed and printed. This works whether your subscription is current or expired.


In the July 2019 issue...

of GSA-Pro we look at the periods 2000, 2007 and 2019, contrast and compare these years of gold growth.

We provide in depth reports on Kirkland Lake, Lundin, Midas, New Gold, the Nevada JV:ABX+NEM, plus Mega-Oz Projects Northern Dynasty, Novagold, Pretium, and Seabridge. Plus recent news of our Top 10 stocks and our regular data charts of all GSA-Pro stocks.

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