SOURCE:[The National Investor] - My good friends at GoldEditor.com asked me to share some of my thoughts with you on the recent behavior of the Gold Market.
The subject du jour, of course, is gold.
Now--as I expressed to my good friends at Gold Editor--I actually will be releasing in a few weeks' time a special issue of The National Investor dealing chiefly with the gold market. If you like, you can... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Economic Times] - India's gold imports are likely to double in October, driven by demand from consumers who purchase jewellery during the festival season. But investment demand, usually in the form of coins and bars, is likely to be less this year, which in turn may reduce the volume of gold entering the country through illegal routes, say industry executives.
The bullion industry pegs gold... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The Mining Report] - Miners are having a tough time getting funded, and although Canadian oil and gas has performed well over the last few quarters, some companies might be overvalued. No wonder investors are confused. In this interview with The Mining Report, Jason Mayer of Sprott Asset Management examines near- and long-term plays that look poised to deliver returns, and shares his criteria... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Sprott Group] - During a time in which few investors are considering the possibility of a recovery in natural resources, Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott U.S. Holdings was kind enough to share a few comments.
Speaking towards the overall market Rick noted that, “The market itself is very healthy. You are seeing a transition…a transition that doesn’t suggest, but rather screams that [junior... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[National Investor] - The National Investor watches gold and world markets carefully and has been covered in The Hulbert Financial Digest since 2000, having been ranked among the top 10 of all newsletters in the industry. The author provides an update likening a company’s exploration program to being a “kid in a candy store”, given the available quality and number of targets.
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SOURCE:[Bloomberg] - Uranium is poised to enter a bull market amid tightening supply as producers shut mines and delay projects, more than three years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan sent prices lower.
The atomic fuel has advanced as much as 18 percent from a May 20 low of $28 a pound, according to data from Ux Consulting Co. in Roswell, Georgia, which provides research on the nuclear... [Read more...]