As a part of our provision of cutting edge research for our customers, we have commissioned David Davis to start your journey with a 2-part series on Platinum. We have decided not only to pioneer clients “investment options” in precious metals achieving alpha returns within physical active diversification algorithmic strategies, but also provide our clients with a library of cutting edge research.
This is especially important in the lesser known and mis-understood PGM space (Platinum Group Metals). These form a cornerstone of the Auctus balanced precious metals portfolios, exposures fluctuate from cycle to cycle.
Any clients who have invested using Auctus over the 12-months or longer have simply experienced exceptional returns in their physical portfolios. These returns have in a substantial way been driven by the recent stellar performances of Rhodium and Palladium. We plan on doing a deeper dive into what has driven recent price increases in these metals and what we expect to happen in the future with the other metals, timing these individual cycles sets our diversification performance apart from anything the market presently has to offer.
We believe that Platinum may be the next precious metal to watch closely and have asked David to look into what has driven Platinum price movements in the past and what investors could expect to happen in Platinum prices over the next couple of years.
Dr Davies has a wealth of experience that he can share with our clients, please see his resume below.
Our team at Indigo Precious Metals and Auctus are naturally ready to assist customers with any queries they potentially have after they have read any of the material and would be happy to guide clients through any potential investment decisions they may have.
David is an Independent gold and precious metal consultant (including uranium). With a broad base of experience covering the fields of strategic planning, mining asset management, valuation, new business and metals beneficiation.
David has been associated with the South African mining industry for the past 43 years. During this period, he has operated and managed numerous metallurgical operations, which include platinum, gold and uranium beneficiation. David has also served on executive committees in the industry advising on metals beneficiation, strategic planning, mining asset management and new business. David was twice awarded a gold medal by the Mine Metallurgical Managers Association of South Africa for outstanding work in the South African mining industry.
David held the position of Mining Investment Analyst at Credit Suisse Standard Securities and Standard Bank Securities (from 2001 to 2017), covering gold and platinum portfolios. This included providing precious metal price forecasts and detailed supply-and-demand tables for gold and precious metals. From time to time, David has been involved in corporate IPOs and acquisitions with reference to providing valuations of gold mining companies to facilitate this process. David has recently expanded his knowledge and experience in the field of auditing and advising on company sustainability reporting.
David has been ranked the number one Gold Analyst twice by Financial Mail and over the past years has ranked in the top three position. He had a large international client base in the US, London and Europe, and has been ranked with a number of them.
He has also been published widely in academic journals, financial magazines, and regularly presents at local and international conferences and symposiums.
He holds a number of degrees and professional qualifications, which include an PhD. MSc. MBL. C.Eng. C.Chem. FIMMM. FSAIMM. FRIC.
PhD involved: “Studies in the catalytic reduction and decomposition of nitric oxide 1976”.
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