Dave Forest is a professional geologist, venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and financier with over 25 years of experience. He is known as the “Indiana Jones of Investing” for his extensive globetrotting.
Born in a tiny coal town of Edmonton, Alberta, Dave’s held a lifelong love of rocks – and a hatred of sedentary office life.
Throughout his career, he’s been to more than 35 countries for his work in founding and then taking natural resource companies public.
It’s taken him to the remotest corners of the globe. From the heights of the Andes… to the rebel-held jungles of Southeast Asia… From the exotic land of Mongolia… To the Russian tundra, Colombia, Peru, and even Uzbekistan.
His past successes include the development of a 10-million-ounce gold deposit in Colombia, as well as becoming the first to be granted a modern exploration license in the emerging economy of Myanmar, Southeast Asia. He also served as Managing Director of Notela Resource Advisors, an advisory firm analyzing and designing global investment opportunities in the natural resource sector.
What’s more, his experience securing financing from billionaire investors has led Dave to become a foremost investing expert on the tiny, secretive, and mostly importantly lucrative, warrants market.
He also has a particular interest and incredible track record in the emerging electric vehicle space.
Dave originally joined Casey Research in 2004. As the senior analyst for Casey Research, he focuses his attention on bringing extensive expertise and a knack for finding big profit opportunities to subscribers around the world.
His investment services include Strategic Investor, Strategic Trader, and The Super Spike Advisory.
Dave continues his in-depth boots-on-the-ground research to give his subscribers the best gains.
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