GERARDO DEL REAL
Based in Austin by way of Chicago – Go Cubs! – and Alaska... Gerardo Del Real is Co-founder of Digest Publishing, and editor of Daily Profit Cycle.
Prior to these roles, he spent a decade behind-the-scenes, providing research and advice to large institutional players, fund managers, newsletter writers and some of the most active high net worth investors in the resource space, including those who count in billions.
Del Real’s insights and advice have made – and saved – investors millions of dollars. For years he advised clients to steer clear of most companies in the resource space. And for years the resource bear persisted.
Gerardo's due diligence and track record has allowed him to create a unique and powerful network of contacts that he leverages to maximize the incredible money-making opportunities that now exist in the resource sector.
He’s helped everyone from retail investors to billionaires maximize their mining stock returns because it's where he made his wealth as well.
Gerardo's "eat your own cooking" approach sets him apart from other wannabee gurus.
Articles by Gerardo Del Real
This Is Not the Time To Be Doing Nothing
The Next Uranium Stock to Rip
Black Swans & Yellow Cake
Why Uranium’s Move Higher Is Just The Start
A Q4 Gold Buyout Boom?
Taliban-chic Electric Cars
Gold: Government Lies & Central Bank Buys
New Lithium Mine Approved as Renewables Drive Profits
Lithium Stocks Show Resource Cyclicality
Inflation Cometh for Gold
Gold Coins Worth “Infinity”
Chakana Hits Massive Sulfide Including 27.39% Copper & 967.7 g/t Silver
The Joe-Janet-Jerome Trade
Fed Enters Space Race by Sending Assets to Moon
The Biggest Threat Right Now
The critical metals rush is on… again.
A Simple Way to Leverage Gold Gains
Your Gift from Sugar Daddy Jerome
Own More of the Things They Can’t Print
Introducing Private Access to Junior Mining Deals
What If Inflation Is Here to Stay?
“Boring” Gold Stocks That Triple Quickly
Gold Hits 4-Month High Amid “Transitory” Inflation
What a Professional Gold Financier Is Buying Now
The Opportunity in Copper’s Political Woes