SOURCE:[The Gold Report ] - Ron Struthers Is the bear market in mining equities finally over? It looks that way, says Ron Struthers, publisher and editor of Struthers' Resource Stock Report. In this interview with The Gold Report, Struthers explains what distinguishes this recovery from past ones: TSX Venture Exchange stocks, not the majors, are leading the way. But which juniors should investors favor?... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Mining.com] - Despite the challenges currently faced by the mining industry, Canadian junior mining executives appear to have a renewed sense of optimism, particularly those in Quebec, where the adoption of Bill 70 to reform the Mining Act in December has at long last provided the industry with a stable and predictable regulatory framework. This framework will help Quebec mining companies prepare... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Financial Post] - Ned Goodman, president and chief executive of Dundee Corporation, speaks at the PDAC mining conference at Toronto's Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Monday.
The period ahead may be the buying opportunity of a generation for gold and commodity investors, but won’t be nearly as kind to those trading more broadly in equity markets, says Ned Goodman, president and chief executive... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The Gold Report] - Michael Ballanger You didn't really think that junior miners would languish forever, did you? Junior mining stocks are starting to make a careful climb from the depths after tax-loss selling in December. But some investors, beaten down as badly as mining stocks, are still hesitant. For those investors, Michael Ballanger, director of wealth management and a certified investment... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[National Investor] - Vancouver, B.C.-based Dolly Varden Silver has been public for two years. It started trading following the company's successful consolidation of purchases in the northern part of British Columbia in what is known as the Dolly Varden Mines area; one which actually saw past development of four separate mines, two of which -- the Torbrit and Dolly Varden Mines -- went into... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Bloomberg] - Gold and silver rose to the highest in more than 16 weeks in New York on speculation that weakening U.S. growth and turmoil in Ukraine will boost haven demand.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s national index for January was at minus 0.39, compared with analysts’ median estimate of minus 0.2. A below zero reading indicates below-trend-growth in the national economy. Ukraine’s... [Read more...]