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Financial Poise Radio


Note: Episodes 1-74 were produced under the name “Accredited Investor Markets Radio”. We changed the name to “Financial Poise Radio” starting with Episode 75.

Jul 22, 2016

In Episode 84, Jason Stevens, investment executive and natural resource specialist for Sprott Global Resource Investments, discusses the potential benefits of investing in the equity of high-quality "Real" Asset agricultural, mining, or energy companies with host, Chris Cahill.  That's right, energy companies, even today: the key to garnering inflation protection plus return for such investment is the quality of the companies.

 

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About Jason Stevens

 

Jason Stevens is a natural resource specialist and Investment Executive for Sprott Global Resource Investments. He is dedicated to helping accredited investors create personalized investment portfolios focused on natural resources.

Jason has spent the last 12 years working closely with mining and petroleum engineers, influential industry executives, and economic geologists.  A dedicated self-starter, Jason started his career with Sprott on the equity trading desk where he honed his understanding of domestic and foreign equity, commodity and currency markets.

Jason has been a featured contributor to industry sites such as Resource Investing News, Financial Survival Network, and The Contrarian Investor Podcast.

Jason is a supporter and promoter of the Austrian School of Economics and spends his free time instructing Krav Maga, the official self-defense system of Israel Defense Force.

Sprott Global Resource Investments is a boutique investment firm specializing in natural resource investments including precious metals, base metals, oil & gas, agriculture, water, and alternative energy.  Sprott Global’s clients include small and large individual and institutional investors who want a portion of their portfolio invested in natural resource sectors, especially in junior exploration companies.