Bull market for base metals likely to remain intact, says David Rosenberg at the Global Mining Symposium – by Trish Saywell (Northern Miner – November 15, 2020)

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The Northern Miner’s Global Mining Symposium virtual conference this week – the second one this year – was yet another resounding success, with thousands of viewers tuning in from around the world to hear the views of some of the industry’s leading visionaries and entrepreneurs.

From Haywood Securities co-founder and Canadian Mining Hall of Fame inductee David Elliott to Rob McEwen of McEwen Mining and Serafino Iacono of Gran Colombia Gold, the two-day conference offered unparalleled insight into the current state of the global economy and how it is impacting metals and mining.

One of the most widely anticipated sessions was the discussion Northern Miner group publisher Anthony Vaccaro had with David Rosenberg, president, and chief economist and strategist of Rosenberg Research & Associates, an economic consulting firm he set up in January 2020.

Between 2002 and 2009, while chief North American economist at Merrill Lynch in New York, the University of Toronto educated economist was consistently ranked in the Institutional Investor All-Star analyst rankings, and prior to setting up Rosenberg Research, he was chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff + Associates from 2009 until 2019.

The Financial Post Magazine has ranked Rosenberg one of the five most influential Canadians in investing, while Business Insider has named him one of the twelve smartest people on Wall Street and Canadian Business Magazine described him one of Canada’s 25 most powerful business people.

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