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Extended Base Metal Boom On the Horizon – Here’s Why

During periods of economic expansion, base metals such as copper, zinc, nickel, lead, and aluminum are the first materials to support a bustling economy, reducing inventory at metal warehouses and eventually their source, mines. Today’s infographic comes to us from Tartisan Nickel and it takes a look at the surging demand for base metals for use in renewable energy and EVs, and whether this could translate into a sustained bull market for base metals.

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Strong Zinc Price Should Continue to Benefit These 3 Silver Juniors

The silver juniors on our list today have diversified portfolios in terms of minerals in their projects, and zinc is one of them. With strong cash positions compared to accounts payable and each junior currently producing or set to start production by 2018, these names should be in good shape to continue to benefit from zinc’s run.

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Forget Gold Bullion! Those in the Know Own Silver & Gold Miner Warrants (+6K Views)

The world of warrants is the undiscovered constellation in the universe of securities. Long term (LT) warrants shone brightly in 2009 - up 242% in U. S. dollar terms - and were up a further 91% in U.S. dollar terms in 2010. The warrants world consists of only 135 stars (i.e. constituents) of which only 32 are associated with 29 commodity-related stocks that have sufficient brightness (i.e. 24+ months duration) to warrant (the pun is intended!) the attention of earthly investors. Words: 1581

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"The Great Dollar Devaluation Disaster" is Beginning – Position Your Investments for MAJOR Inflation! (+3K Views)

The great dollar devaluation disaster has begun and will continue — with minor short-term pauses and corrections in the decline — for at least the next two to three years and at the very least, the dollar will sink so low and inflation will soar so high that you will eventually need at least TWICE the income you have now just to survive. A lifestyle that costs you $100,000 per year today will be $200,000 or more. Words: 2313

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