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Capitalight Research

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Capitalight Research publishes weekly and monthly subscription-based research focused on commodity prices, Canadian preferred shares, and US and Canadian economies.


Our clients, which range from global mining companies to institutional wealth managers, use our proprietary research to inform their investment decisions, capital allocation decisions, treasury operations and business risk assessments.


Our business model is subscription-based, which produces higher quality reports and allows us to follow the facts wherever they lead us. We also offer customized research and 'white-label' versions of our publications.




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The Gold Monitor is Dr. Murenbeeld’s flagship publication is the internationally read Gold Monitor, which has been published for nearly 40 years

We launched our new Commodities Report in September 2020. The inaugural edition included our Silver Price Outlook.


Capitalight's Canadian Preferred Share Research provides full analysis of our investment picks for income investors. We believe that preferred shares are scarcely researched in Canada and investors deserve better.

The Economic Monitor takes a deep dive into the current state of the Canadian and US economies. While the Equity and Bond Observer focuses on equity market valuation. 
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Editor, Gold Monitor
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Editor, Critical Metals


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Tom Jarmai
B.S. Finance, FCSI
Sales Consultant 
Irmak Pakdil,
Content Strategist 
Investment Research Associate
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Our custom

Capitalight Research also offers customized “PHD-on-demand” research to our clients.  Our most frequent requests include: preparing gold price forecasts with longer time-horizons, preparing Board of Director presentations customized for their region of operation, and preparing shareholder meeting presentations that support the “buy and hold gold and gold equities” thesis.

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An Update on Gold, Real Interest Rates and the Dollar

"We expect a strong negative relationship to reassert itself, because theory holds that when real interest rates rise, gold should decline. All else being constant"

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Kitco Gold News
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