"I thought Sunday's newsletter was really good. The discussion of the difficulties in exploring for Carlin deposits (with investment ramifications) is the type of thing you do better than anybody else."
Subscriber J. J.
"Hello. I'm retiring. I want to stop my subscription. I will say I made very good money and truly trust Brent. I wish everyone could have his services. I am going fishing and won't be investing anymore. I'm spending my savings now so please cancel my subscription. Thanks."
Former Subscriber T.R.
"Once again I would like to thank you for your comments and insights as a geologist. Based on your newsletter, it really makes me wonder how other newsletter writers without a geology degree are able to make proper evaluations and recommendations. Your newsletter is top notch and I really appreciate the time and effort you make in visiting so many properties to make proper assessments and sharing your rationale to invest or not to invest in those junior companies."
"Brent I would like to thank you for your newsletter. It is the first clear voice I have been able to find in the industry."
Subscriber H. S.
“Minerals exploration is a game of long odds and Brent Cook never lets his readers forget that. After years of visiting mining projects with Brent, and liberally picking his brain when not in the field, I have gained the utmost respect for Brent’s views on rocks. Market psychology, promotion, capital structure, people, and many other factors dictate whether a stock will rise or fall, but in the final analysis, the rocks always prevail. Brent Cook knows rocks.”
Editor, Gold Mining Stock Report (1983-2007)
”Serious mineral exploration speculators should “employ” Brent Cook. I’m supposed to be smart, and I paid him hundreds of thousands of dollars when he worked for me; you can get him for $140 per month! I got good value- imagine your potential returns. Brent is a no nonsense “boots on the ground” geo, not one of the “desk explorers” who cost the investment community so many millions. He can make you serious money with his buy recommendations, and save you much more, by counseling you on what to avoid. Most newsletters are written by journalists, if they researched publishing investments, maybe they would be credible. Brent is an exploration geologist, writing about exploration geology, what a wonderful, novel idea. Do your portfolio a favor, subscribe!”
Global Resource Investments, Founderhttp://www.gril.net/default.htm
"Just want to say I enjoy your rants, great sense of humour, lucid, joy to read, think your analysis is great, like the variety and depth of topics. Can never link it, e.g. geology and metallurgy, enough to economics. Wouldn’t mind, if possible, more reviews of stocks you looked at and passed on. But overall, 5 stars."
Subscrber V. C.
"Excellent letter guys, thanks! I think it's one of the best letters ever in newsletter history."
Paul van Eeden
"I've been a subscriber for a few months and just want to tell you how much I value and appreciate your newsletter. I have subscribed to dozens of well-known newsletters since 2003, but I must say that your letter tops them all. You don't inundate us with dozens of stocks, which dilutes portfolios and profits, and frankly, confuses me. I'd rather invest in a handful of highly prospective properties. So many thanks for your grounded, cautious yet profitable approach. You have a lot of integrity, and I'm appreciative that I found you."
"I have known Brent for about ten years. We first met on a property visit in Chile where I watched him go through a very methodical property evaluation. I was impressed with both his knowledge and level of integrity. Since that time I have had him on my radio program numerous times because of the value his commentary gives my listeners. He has also appeared on numerous panels which I have moderated at various investment conferences throughout North America and he provides great value there. Brent is someone worth listening to."
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