Tuesday , 12 December 2017


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What To Look for When Choosing a Junior Mining Company

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In mining exploration, an “anomaly” is a geological formation that might attract a prospector’s interest. However, one rule of thumb is that you have to look at 1,000 anomalies to find one prospect and fewer than one prospect in a thousand turns into a mine. In other words, finding a mine is a million-to-one shot and that is one reason why junior mining stocks are highly speculative. Another reason is that it’s much easier to launch and promote one of these stocks than it is to build a profitable business. So junior mines attract more than their share of unscrupulous operators and stock promoters. Words: 504

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Here’s How Best to Deploy $5-10,000 in the Gold & Silver Junior Mining Sector

$5,000 to $10,000 may not go far in buying the top companies on the NYSE or the Toronto Stock Exchange, but in the junior mining sector, you will be amazed what you can accomplish. You can actually buy thousands and thousands of shares. Yes, these are ‘penny stocks’ but the challenge is to uncover those companies which have the potential to perform well in the coming months. The risk is incredibly high but so is the potential reward. [Let me explain.] Words: 538

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Focus on Quality Junior Gold & Silver Companies to Maximize Returns – Here’s Why & How

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The outlook for many junior resource companies in 2013 is grim so investors should focus on those who own quality undeveloped gold and silver deposits in safe stable countries. Such companies offer exceptional value in that they provide the best exposure to a rising precious metals price environment - and the assets the world’s mining companies desperately need. [Let me explain.] Words: 1328; Charts: 15

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Gold & Silver Company Warrants Warrant Your Attention

Talk about a small world we live and invest in! The galaxy of warrants trading on the TSX/TSXV consists of only 167 planets (i.e. constituents) in total of which only 40 are stars associated with 34 commodity-related stocks that have sufficient brightness (i.e. 24+ months duration) to warrant (the pun is intended!) the attention of earthly investors. My telescope has identified each of them and below I provide you with the particulars of each so you will be in a position to do your due diligence and begin to prosper above and beyond what you could achieve investing in the commodities and/or stocks themselves. Words: 1674

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Confessions Of A Conservative Investor With Anything But “Conservative” Investments

Back in 2004 I made the momentous decision to sell my house in a real estate market that was still spiralling northward rather than wait for it to peak and then try to bail out as it declined. I knew that my cautious [and conservative] inclinations would cause me to miss out on further upside gains, but I saw the writing on the wall – two walls, in fact. I realized it was just a matter of time before the housing bubble burst and believed that commodities were about to take off. Words: 1111

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Get Ahead of the Herd – Buy Gold and Silver Stocks NOW!

"History has shown us, time and again, that the greatest leverage to gold’s rising price is owning gold exploration/development junior mining stocks. Will mainstream investors eventually catch on to the fact they need to own gold and to own gold shares?" Words: 696

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4 Reasons Why Gold Should Continue to Shine

Gold and silver, and the stocks that are leveraged to them, have a long, long way to go. It’s not too late to get in on the action. In fact, I have 4 good reasons why the next leg up in gold may still be in its early stages. Words: 775

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GDXJ Junior Gold Miner ETF: The Devil is in the Details

I had previously expressed personal interest in buying into this fund – as a relatively “safe” and diversified investment (within this sector). However, should the fund managers choose to invest heavily into derivative investments, the actual holdings of mining equities could be limited, and thus not offer an amount of diversification to justify experienced investors into putting money in this fund – and certainly the “safety” I had hoped for is also not present. Words: 868

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