Adrian Day

Founder of Adrian Day Asset Management

Adrian Day

Adrian Day is London-born and a graduate of the London School of Economics, heads the money management firm Adrian Day Asset Management, where he manages discretionary accounts in both global and resource areas. Day is also sub-adviser to the EuroPacific Gold Fund (EPGFX). His latest book is "Investing in Resources: How to Profit from the Outsized Potential and Avoid the Risks."

Adrian Day Articles

Money manager Adrian Day reports on the two largest gold miners, both of which recently reported results, and also comments on how precious metals prices have reacted to other market forces, including Bitcoin, since the first of the year.
Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd. (OR:TSX; OR:NYSE, US$11.34) reported its latest quarterly results, inline with expectations, with a total of just over 66,000 "gold equivalent ounces" (GEOs) sold in 2020. This is expected to increase to around...
First, we have a word on gold. Gold closed under $1,800/ounce on Friday for the first time since mid-July. How did it happen? Gold had declined sharply for the past week, but on Friday, just before the U.S. open, it dropped below its 200-...
Barrick Gold Corp. (ABX:TSX; GOLD:NYSE, US$25.49), the world's second largest gold producer, has been transformed since it merged with Randgold and the latter's Dr. Mark Bristow took over as CEO. Today, it is not only one of the largest...
“Is it all over?” That’s what many investors ask, thinking that they’ve seen this movie before, in early 2016 and early 2017, and then again in early 2018. Cynics gleefully assert the same thing. Since gold stocks have traded sideways to...
Money manager Adrian Day takes a look at the gold stocks—the senior miners, in particular—and discusses whether they remain undervalued or whether they have moved too far, too fast.
Given the current uncertainties and recent market moves, money manager Adrian Day offers some thoughts on the macroeconomic environment.
Rather than focusing on individual companies, money manager Adrian Day turns his attention to the overall markets, noting "recent events are unusual, and demand some commentary."
Fund manager Adrian Day writes about junior exploration companies in his portfolio that he is recommending for purchase.
Gold has had a difficult few months. After a modestly upward trend until mid-April, gold then started its downward trajectory, falling from $1,350 to well under the psychologically important $1,200 mark in a (final?) collapse the last week...
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