Jason Hamlin

Investment Analyst & Founder of Nicoya Research

Jason Hamlin

Jason Hamlin is the founder of Nicoya Research and has been publishing investment research at goldstockbull.com since 2006. His background is in data analytics for the world’s largest market research firm. Jason consulted to Fortune 500 companies around the globe, including Nestlé, Johnson & Johnson and Del Monte. Jason eventually left the corporate world and leveraged his analytical skills to trade stocks successfully full-time. Jason is a contrarian, cycles investor and student of Austrian economics. He is a proponent of sound money, limited government, decentralization of power and the non-aggression principle (NAP). His website is at nicoyaresearch.com.  You can reach Jason at: https://nicoyaresearch.com/contact-us/.

Jason Hamlin Articles

It has been a rough few weeks for gold investors, as the price has experienced a waterfall decline of over $100. First, the price dropped through key support at both the 200-day and 100-day moving averages. Then it proceeded to violate the...
Gold is rocketing higher during the first two weeks of October, up roughly $75 to $1,185 today. This is a gain of 6.7% in just two weeks as investors are increasingly betting that the gold price has bottomed.
Gold and silver prices both rallied today after the FED decided to leave interest rates unchanged. The rally faded into the late afternoon, but gold still ended up $15 or 1.2% and silver climbed $0.25 or 1.6%. They ended the day at $1,130...
Precious metals showed bullish technical signs in early 2015, including gold making a higher low at $1,141 versus the November 2014 low of $1,130. However, in late May gold failed to make a higher high, which was a pivot point and signal...
We have long held the view that the FED would not raise rates by any significant amount in 2015. Rather than exit our mining stock positions, we have accumulated on the dips with the belief that investors were overly-confident about the...
Gold has given back all of its 2015 gains…and is falling towards the November 2014 low of $1,130 today. This is a level not previously seen since early 2010.
Over the past few months, mining stocks have returned to offering excellent leverage to the advance in prices for precious metals. Yet, during the recent pullback, the downside leverage has been absent. This is atypical behavior as mining...
The following article is from Gold Stock Bull contributor, Ben Kramer-Miller. While I agree with his overall assessment and reasoning, I am a bit more bullish in the short term and think precious metals have likely already found a bottom...
I have long argued that gold would bottom around the all-in cost of production and this would provide price support. This is because as the price drops below the cost to produce, miners will be forced to shut down or suspend operations....
Gold made an all-time nominal high of $1,923 in September of 2011. In the following three years until the present, it has been mostly downhill. This is the longest and deepest correction of the entire bull market that started in 2001. Gold...
A one-ounce gold nugget is rarer than a five-carat diamond.

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