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Chris Thompson: Gold and Silver Miners that Can Make Money Now

August 13, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[The Gold Report] – Gold and moneyAs much as we’d all like significantly higher silver and gold prices, Chris Thompson of Raymond James doesn’t expect them. The good news, he argues, is that the relative stability now characterizing the market permits investors to make informed decisions about which companies can build value and demonstrate cash [...]

Is It 2003 All Over Again? U.S. Global Investors’ Frank Holmes Predicts a Resurgence of the Love Trade for Gold

June 18, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[The Gold Report] – Frank Holmes Close your eyes. Imagine India growing and importing gold again freely. China and the U.S. investing in infrastructure. Europe stable. The Middle East conflict-free. What would that mean for commodities? In this interview with The Gold Report, U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes outlines the developments that could move [...]

Why Now is the Opportune Time to Invest in Gold

June 18, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[Daily Gains Letter] – Gold and oil are finally seeing some upward lift, but it has more to do with the geopolitical landscape than inflation and economic growth. As I said in recent weeks, the price of gold could be headed higher, but only if we see a rise in geopolitical tensions. That’s what we [...]

Gold Now Cheapest vs Stocks Since January 2008

June 13, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[] – The price of gold fell 3% last week and continued to drift lower on Monday, hitting fresh four-month lows at $1,243 an ounce. Gold remains some 4% to the upside for 2014 but is down $135 from highs reached mid-March as the rally on the back of safe haven demand and bargain hunting [...]

The Birth of a New Bull Market

May 22, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[Casey Research] – If I asked you why you think I’m bullish on platinum and palladium, you’d probably point to the strikes in South Africa, the world’s largest producer of platinum. Or maybe the geopolitical conflicts with Russia, the largest supplier of palladium. Maybe you’d even mention that some technical analysts say the palladium price [...]

Mining Cycles Are Good for Royalty Companies and Investors

May 22, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE: [The Gold Report] – Pierre Lassonde revolutionized investing with the creation of the first gold royalty company. Three decades later, he is as confident in this model as ever, especially considering the difficulties of the majors in discovering large, high-grade reserves. In this interview with The Gold Report, this director and former chairman of [...]

Boom Time for Mining Stocks as JP Morgan Gives Sector Double Upgrade

May 14, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE: [The Telegraph] – Miners lead the FTSE 100 up after analysts say shares are underpriced on better Chinese data An about-turn by JP Morgan boosted shares in mining stocks across the FTSE 100 on Monday, with the bank’s analysts calling time on two years of pessimism for the sector. JP Morgan issued a “double [...]

Brent Cook: Why gold miners must acquire new projects in 2015, 2016

May 13, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[CEO.CA] – Gold miners will have to acquire new projects in 2015 and 2016 if they intend to stay in business. This from Brent Cook, economic geologist and the editor of Exploration Insights, a respected mineral exploration investment research service. A dearth of new economic discoveries, reluctance to make acquisitions, the “high-grading” of existing mines, [...]

National Investor Discusses Exponential Use of Capital

May 8, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE: [National Investor] - Many of Gold Editor’s best investment ideas have come from opportunities with unrecognized exponential leverage.  A case in point is a recent report revealing that in a  funded drilling program, 12-15 new holes on just one target at a highly prospective gold property should substantiate 100 historically drilled holes. Now that’s leverage! Full Article

Why Doctor Copper Is On Course To Hit $6,000/t

May 5, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

SOURCE:[Forbes] – Copper prices have been beset by constant pressure since striking all-time highs of $10,100 per tonne back in February 2011. Fresh concerns over Chinese demand pushed prices to their cheapest for almost four years last month around $6,420, and with a backdrop of surging supply and demand doubts striking investor appetite for the [...]

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