Here Comes The Money Tsunami

Money is a lot like energy –  it can be squandered, moved, wasted, and stored. 

But it can’t be destroyed. 

Mostly… it just flows. 

Good investors don’t so much make money, but catch it. 

Like fishermen, they put out the net… and wait for the money to swim in. To do that you have to understand where it’s flowing and get there first. Sometimes that leads you to an industry, a technology, or commodity. 

Sometimes it literally takes you to a new place. 

You have already heard from us on why you are either Buying Gold or Buying Biden, today we are going to tell you where to invest, by following the flow of money.

Flight of Capital   

It’s been 8 long years since the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and South America is no closer to recovering from the scar he left on the continent. 

Chavez had a dream to unify the 7 Andean nations of South America under a “Bolivarian” revolution. Bolivarianism emphasized the importance of education, civilian-military unity, Latin American integration, social justice, and national sovereignty – all supported by a democratic-socialist framework.

Sounds lovely, right? 

Chavez may have had the best of intentions behind his master plan, but, as the saying goes:

“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”

Under Chavez’s socialist utopia, the international capital fled for greener pastures (or was forced out).  

Old Hugo’s dream turned into a nightmare that carried on after his death – a country that was amongst the wealthiest on the continent became one of the poorest in the world.

maduro fat

As it turned out Venezuela isn’t the only place to find oil, gas, and gold – so the money flowed away. 

One Dead, Four In Jail

Today, this trend towards socialist policies and resource nationalism is increasing throughout the world. Particularly Latin America.

Much of the continent is in turmoil, plagued by social, economic, and political chaos. Corruption is rampant and regional politics are dominated by populism, authoritarianism, and military intervention.

This social plague has footholds in Brazil, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatemala.

columbia protests
  • COLOMBIA – Earlier this year, a proposed tax increase in Colombia was met by a general strike, mass protests, and clashes with the police. Tensions continue to run hot. In June there was an attack on a helicopter carrying President Ivan Duque. Several shots were fired at the helicopter damaging the tail and main blades.

  • PERU – There have been five Presidents in the past five years (one of whom lasted just six days). One former president committed suicide moments before his arrest, and another four have been jailed on various charges. The newly elected President, an ex-school teacher, named Pedro Castillo, is an agrarian leftist, populist, and socialist but is socially conservative. Basically, he wants to nationalize means of production while opposing the legalization of abortion and same-sex marriage. A truly winning combination…

  • CHILE – Since 2019 the country has experienced a rash of chronic protests and violent civil unrest over chronic inequalities. The contention has finally come to a head. Last year Chileans took part in a referendum deciding to move forward with drafting a new constitution. This process will take a year, and will come with its own sets of challenges in building the new framework. 

Why does this matter?

Latin America produces a vast quantity of the world’s natural resources as large regions fall under the veil of socialism our options for sourcing these critical resources shrink. 

Corporations and investors are scared, their appetite for new investment has run dry. Capital is fleeing elsewhere…

The few jurisdictions that remain stable, law upholding, and business-friendly are about to get hit by a tsunami of capital. 

None more so than Guyana. 

GUYANA: The Switzerland of the South.

Located on the Northeastern coast of South America, Guyana is home to a population of nearly 800,000 people. With a court system based on English and Dutch law, resource investors are pumping money into Guyana.

Due to resource investment, the IMF has rated Guyana as the fastest growing economy in the world, and its GDP of US$3.5 billion is expected to triple within the next five years.

Money started flooding into the country when ExxonMobil made a massive oil discovery in 2015, but today another commodity has been stealing the show: gold.

Guyana is home to one of the world’s most prolific and under-explored gold belts: the Guiana shield.

The Guiana Shield

The Guiana Shield is a massive mineral belt that covers much of Venezuela, Colombia, Guyana, Brazil, and Suriname.

guiana shield

I’m betting BIG on the Guiana shield and have millions of my own dollars invested in exploring this region.   

 It’s a very special part of the world. Because not only is it one of the most prolific gold belts in the world, hosting more than 140 million ounces of gold, it remains severely under-explored.

These greenstone belts are fertile as they come, and statistically, there should be a lot more gold to discover in this part of the world. 

They just need the work and the dollars. 

And as the surrounding nations become more difficult to operate in, more of that money is finding its way to Guyana. 

And, like any good investor, I plan on casting my net and waiting for some of that money to swim in… 

How I’m Playing

The deal I’m about to invest in, Project Road House, is my biggest investment this year. Project Road House is a pre-IPO, gold company focused on gold in Guyana and led by one of the most successful mine finders on the planet (a man that’s created billions of dollars in shareholder value).

I believe this deal has the ability to deliver asymmetric multi-bagger returns for my portfolio and those that invest alongside me. My Members and I are getting into this deal at prices I consider far below fair market value, I’m also getting warrants as part of my investment, essentially free options.

After years of working for, researching, and investing in mining companies, I have found that the best returns come from investing in IPO stage deals. All day, every day, I scour the world for mining deals. Every once in a while I find something truly special. That’s what I believe I have on my hands right now.

If you’d like to see where I’m putting my own money, and the opportunity to invest alongside me and my team, join Resource Insider. You’ll get access to my exclusive research on Project Roadhouse and a whole year of investment opportunities in the mining and natural resources sector.   


Learn to Invest in Private Mining Deals

I am hosting a free webinar on Thursday, August 5th, 2021, @ 1pm EST. 

In this webinar, I am going to teach you how to invest in a commodity bull market and find +10x returns by investing like an insider. You’ll learn:

  • How to finds deals;

  • How to evaluate projects;

  • How to invest in the best management team;

  • And how my members and I have made 2x, 5x and 10x returns on recent investments.  

I’ll walk you through the process of how to find, evaluate, and invest in exclusive private mining deals that can deliver massive returns. You don’t want to miss this one.


Spaces are limited, so reserve your spot now.  


Jamie Keech

Founder, CIO & Editor; Resource Insider