Last week we looked at a methodology for identifying select equities that have the potential to rise thousands of percent after a market crash. The technical criteria involves finding a market sector that has undergone a severe Stage IV decline (stage analysis, see graph below) and then scanning for individual companies that are significantly outperforming during the final parts of the crash (relative strength). These are the companies showing signals similar to Amazon in 2008, which has risen 1,100% since the crash of that year.
We have evaluated hundreds of gold mining stocks, and bring to you here two of the strongest examples for consideration. These are the companies that are poised to provide tremendous gains once the price of gold and the HUI Index stabilize and begin uptrends.