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  • Silver Wheaton Meets a Lot of Buffett's Core Criteria [View article]
    Amine thanks for your comment. My SLW price purchases average form $20 to $42. I think SLW is just getting started. The company projects they will growh their silver production 80% in 5 years, not bad. I don't have a price target for SLW or a earnings multiple i would sell as i don't see much hurting silver/gold for years to come. In my opinion there is a scenario where SLW becomes a mega cap star. Stayed tuned, i am working on valuation piece on Silverwheaton as we speak. having silver abvove of $40 and possibly $50+ by year end is a pretty easy way to grow profits in addition to adding to their mine portfolio. Imagine if silver hits $100.
    Sep 5 07:12 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is QE3 Still On The Table? [View article]
    the NAV on GLD is pretty close to what they have all locked up in bullion. SLV is a different storry.
    Sep 2 04:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bet Against Buffett: Short Bank Of America On The Rally [View article]
    silver could still be at $60 before years end
    Sep 1 02:46 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Royal Gold: Dethroned As King Of Gold Royalties [View article]
    Hyper,

    great article. what junior minors are your favorite and why? just trying to get some ideas. i own sndxf, byvvf, nfrgf, yngff. would love to hear your ideas.
    Aug 30 03:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jaguar Mining: A Gold Play That May Be Ready To Roar [View article]
    Author,

    What do you know about the brazilian government possibly nationalizing JAG's properties? have you researched this at all? concerns? thanks in advance for your reply
    Aug 30 03:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jaguar Mining: A Gold Play That May Be Ready To Roar [View article]
    well done. going long jag limit order 6.20!
    Aug 30 01:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • These Companies Could Suffer Most From Impending Gold Bubble Collapse [View article]
    "Those who are still bullish claim that gold is a reliable store of value. They were once right. It was a reliable store of value during the gold-standard period. However, gold became a piece of paper, just like a share, traded in the stock market."

    I'm afraid you just don't get it.

    "The same thing is true about the price of gold and stability of fiat currencies. Gold is the mirror fo the world's paper currency system. The price of gold doesn't reflect the intrinsic value of the metal -- which is almost unchanging over time. It reflects the relative value and volatitilty of paper currencies." Porter Stansberry
    Aug 29 03:40 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • These Companies Could Suffer Most From Impending Gold Bubble Collapse [View article]
    "tomorrow or ten years later" thats funny.
    Aug 29 02:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 7 Reasons This September Should Terrify Investors [View article]
    "the same things is true about the price of gold and teh stability of fiat currencies. Gold is the mirror of the world's paper currency system. The price of gold doesnt reflect the intrinsic value of the metal -- which is almost unchanging overtime. it reflects the relative value and volatility of paper currencies" Porter Stansbury
    Aug 29 12:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Is George Soros Selling His Gold And Buying Farmland? [View article]
    Mansanto is notorious for winning court cases over small independent farmer for patent infringement. They have patents on their various genetically articled strains of grain, thats what is unethical. A lot of Mansanto's profits come from government protected patents. So when the grain blows into different farms, it turns the farmers grain into Mansanto's patented plant. government patents on nature is the unethical part and Mansanto is aggressive on taking down the small farmers.
    Aug 28 06:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Is George Soros Selling His Gold And Buying Farmland? [View article]
    wow havent heard silver at $500. thats extreme! imagine SLW's profits!
    Aug 28 05:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Why I Am Strongly Bearish - Take Two [View article]
    Why did seekingalpha even post this? seems like the author its just trying to make a quick buck
    Aug 28 05:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Why I'm Strongly Bearish [View article]
    ok guys. lets take the emotions out of this appl trade. the only way we can gauge when to take profits is based on valuation and earnings. In aapls case great earnings and historically cheap valuations. we just earned the right to pimp it all we want.
    Aug 28 01:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Why I Am Strongly Bearish - Take Two [View article]
    Both your pieces lack substance, that's why your shorts are bloody.
    Aug 28 12:45 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver Wheaton Meets a Lot of Buffett's Core Criteria [View article]
    in most mines the costs to produce the silver is probably much more than $4.00 per ounce for that mine. Silver is almost always mined as a by-product of other metals. Meaning a copper mine also finds a silver vein. Mines are willing to sign these silver deals at such low prices because their priority is gold copper etc.
    Aug 25 12:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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