Paul van Eeden, Robert Bishop, Rick Rule and Adrian Day
March 18, 2005

While I was at the Prospectors and Developers Association Conference (PDAC) in Toronto last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Adrian Day, Bob Bishop and Rick Rule to discuss investment opportunities and pitfalls on a show for IDNR-TV, an upcoming Canadian cable station dedicated to the natural resources industry. The station’s website is but you can get direct access to the conversation with Rick, Bob and Adrian at

Robert Bishop is editor of the Gold Mining Stock Report, a newsletter that deals with junior exploration companies. He’s one of the best in the business. His website is Adrian Day is a money manager for high-net worth individuals. He’s been rated by Nelson’s (which ranks money managers world wide) to be among the top money managers for both gold and global equity portfolios. Adrian’s website is Rick Rule is the principal behind Global Resource Investments in California, a brokerage firm that specializes in junior exploration companies. That’s where I cut my teeth and I can honestly tell you that having the opportunity to work for Rick has changed my life. He is hands-down the smartest investor in the resource sector. I still use Global as my brokers and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone who’s serious about investing in resource stocks. Global’s website is

Paul van Eeden


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