Peter Krauth


The Great Silver Bull & Silver Stock Investor

  • Editor of Silver Stock Investor and Gold Resource Investor
  • Contributor to, BNN Bloomberg, the Financial Post, Seeking Alpha, Streetwise Reports, and
  • 20 Year Veteran of the Resource Market

About Peter

Peter Krauth is a former portfolio adviser and a 20-year veteran of the resource market, with special expertise in precious metals, mining, and energy stocks. He is editor of two newsletters to help investors profit from metal market opportunities: Silver Stock Investor and The Great Silver Bull. In those letters, Mr. Krauth writes about what he is buying and selling; he takes no pay from companies for coverage. He has contributed numerous articles to Forbes,, BNN Bloomberg, the Financial Post, Seeking Alpha, Streetwise Reports,, and TalkMarkets.

Peter's Articles

Silver is stagnant. It seems a combination of rallying stocks, US dollar, and hefty bond yields are all attracting capital away from precious metals. Still, it may be time to take the other side of that bet, with sentiment now pretty awful in precious metals and many commodities. MAG Silver (MAG) is one name I like that has had some more exploration success at Deer Trail, Utah, comments Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor.
Hecla Mining Co. (HL) is the newest addition to the Silver Stock Investor Portfolio. Hecla comes with a very long and storied history. Established in 1891 in North Idaho’s fabled Silver Valley, Hecla is the oldest US-based precious metals mining company and the largest primary silver producer in the United States, shares Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor.
Given the events in the banking and financial sector in recent days, gold and silver are looking more crucial than ever to hold as assets. Precious metals are no one else’s liability, a fact that more market participants are starting to grasp…quickly. I like Endeavour Silver (EXK) here, notes Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor.
Aya Gold & Silver (AYASF) is the newest producer I’m adding to the portfolio – and it’s a true enigma in the silver space, as a PURE silver miner, explains Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor.

Peter's Videos

Stock and bond bull markets have peaked making alternative assets crucial. Silver has two huge price drivers: solar panels and investment. The green transition is making silver irreplaceable, generating record demand and record deficits for the metal. But silver is also an inflation hedge and safe haven, which lowers portfolio risk while increasing returns. Does your portfolio have enough silver?

Silver belongs in every portfolio. The most reflective and conductive of metals, silver is irreplaceable in a growing number of applications, and crucial to the green energy transition. But silver is also real money, shining in the wake of banking crises. With its dual roles being recognized, silver is entering a secular bull market you don't want to miss.

There are few assets today that are massively undervalued. Silver is clearly one.
Demand is growing at double digits from industry, especially with the green energy transition. Investment demand is tight, with physical silver premiums at historic highs. Yet supply is struggling to keep up. It's a perfect storm for this unique and irreplaceable metal.

Economics and sentiment drive silver prices. Higher interest rates, a stronger dollar, and concerns about recession have weighed on silver. But soaring oil and natural gas prices, and massive government support to accelerate the green energy transition will exacerbate silver shortages. And inflation fears will stoke investment demand to new heights. Silver stocks offer unmatched upside potential.

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Silver Stock Investor

Silver Stock Investor is written for all investors, from novice to experienced. It covers everything silver-related, from silver bullion ETFs and major silver miners, all the way to emerging high-potential junior explorers.

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Gold Resource Investor

Peter writes about what he is buying and selling; he takes no pay from companies for coverage. 

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