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  • Seabridge: A Leveraged Play For Gold Bulls [View article]
    I agree SA is a very solid, albeit risky, play for future appreciation--- in a big way. Got in at 7.34, and considering the political conditions and financial fiat money concerns (Euro, US, Japan to name a few), the rise in gold price could happen quickly and SA could be at $25 by June or sooner. One gold pundit said $65 a share is possible if all goes well with the price of gold.

    If gold price suffers, well, so will SA. Nothing is a given, but methinks SA is a better play than other leveraged metal stocks, like JNUG=== which underwent a 1 to 10 split Dec. 23. I finally got smart and dumped JNUG at $8.25 and bought SA--- and also the Vanguard Precious Metal Fund, the latter as stable an investment one can make in this volatile yet very interesting industry.

    Well researched article Mr. Habib!
    Keep up the good work.

    RacerZ



    Jan 7, 2015. 08:06 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seabridge Gold: Buying Gold For Only $3 Per Ounce [View article]
    I'm in at a break even price of 6.60----so right now we're doing well. Thanks Terryongarland for your input.
    Dec 3, 2014. 01:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seabridge Gold: Buying Gold For Only $3 Per Ounce [View article]
    I like SA for long term surprise---after today, maybe near term.
    Dec 1, 2014. 05:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Moving Gold Today [View article]
    There is a manipulation by the majors (Banks, FED, et al, to keep the price of Gold falling in relation to out strengthening Fiat dollar for obvious reasons. In the end, even with the massacre most long term gold investors have experienced and are enduring, Gold and silver will rebound and one day break out huge---holding on is the trick, even if you hold leveraged 3x bull stocks, like me.

    The fog will lift, our debt ridden dollar will one day come to full realization that it is near worthless, and the Swiss will have already voted to utilize gold as a backing of their Frank.

    Add the China and Russia moves recently in gold purchasing and hoarding, and it is clear they will someway, somehow emerge with a gold backed currency intent on knocking the dollar off the "price per oil barrel" dollar barometer and if all this happens in the next six months, DOW 17500 plus will drop way, way down and cause first deflation and then hyperinflation...followed by horrible recession/depression.

    We compete in a globalized market, and the way our IRS taxes USA businesses is another negative that makes US businesses unable to compete.
    Thus, in ending, there are so many poor fundamentals I am very concerned of our future. I also don;t see much happening at the IRS, EPA and OSHA--and the president will still act as a progressively driven leader who won;t do anything to surprise us in any manner to work with GOP. He is a socialist/progressive who really believes in his theories on income equality, etc. and is a poor foreign relations manager. Very poor, actually...just look at ISIS, Syria redline, Israel relations, Fast & Furious, and on and on.
    At some point, gold and silver will rebound in a big, big way as JC Mprgan Chase and the other FED put together alliances can only do so much when the bottom drops out.
    Stay true to the precious metals...

    The Obamas are clueless. First Lady takes her two beautiful children to Beyonce' and Jay-Z live concert sex shows (twice no less) to cheer them on, and Michelle said in People magazine if she could be someone else she would be Beyonce. I expect this type of answer from a 15 year old, not our first lady...but Obama and Michelle are products of our "celebrity nation" that promotes Hollywood cesspool values, NBA basketball and NFL Football, etc. to keep minds of Americans off major happenings--like the turning of our God fearing America to a socialist society that rewards those who don't want to work. As for us being a Christian Nation, we are under attack.

    pray that we can change back to the strong nation we were.
    Nov 7, 2014. 04:48 PM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Do We Need A Catalyst For The Next Big Drop In Gold? [View article]
    I agree Mr Gordy---been in this a long time (retirement age---but not retired) and I agree the India return, and FED and other "institutions" holding back the price of metals, will all come home to roost and precious metals will rise. You can't ignore the negative news too much longer (so many nations in turmoil--both economically and in war ready trim)---as all are tied to fiat currencies. Someone somewhere will start metals moving up, and when it does it will be most meaningful.
    May 18, 2014. 12:10 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Junior Gold Miners: Is This The Wake Up After A Nightmare? [View article]
    I also like gold prospects, and agree with the author. I'm bullish BTG as a low dollar play, FCX for future growth and dividends (like FCX's oil play, too) and the gold miner ETFs, GDX for less risk/less reward, and GDXJ for more risk/more reward. Also like the hammered down silver, too, both coins and SLW.


    Again, nice article.
    Apr 30, 2014. 09:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why A Gold Play Finally Makes Sense [View article]
    Gold and silver investments made early December are really paying off. I agree with all above, although Mr. Sinclair I hope is wrong on the currency complete collapse and the wiping out of retirement accounts by the government.

    WELL WRITTEN ARTICLE...and very interesting.
    Feb 11, 2014. 11:58 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Passing Of Dr. Eugene Narrett (Emmet Kodesh) [View article]
    Horrible news---God bless him.
    Jan 19, 2014. 12:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Hecla Mining's CEO Discusses Q2 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript [View article]
    Hecla very active today and up 10-percent. Bodes well I feel for current investment opportunities. Hope I'm right---
    Aug 8, 2013. 05:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    Cincinnatus--you are so correct on the links, etc. and true use of solar. I bought a solar stock back in 1982, called "----darn--even forgot the name but I still have the certificate---maybe "First Solar Energy"--something like that. I had checked it several times but it went under.

    I can't believe the administration is putting money into another solar startup--it is truly crazy, crazy, crazy.
    Sep 26, 2012. 09:59 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    well put Dana! (RacerZ here).
    Sep 26, 2012. 09:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    kmi--I used the "toaster" comment only as an example of a country's energy needs. There is overwhelming evidence---ala Cincinnatus---as to Germany and Netherlands energy uses--- and more important--our country's energy needs far outweigh the Netherlands.
    In ending, I'm NOT against developing wind and solar, but I am also able to see clearly that the energy reserves we have on our own land will guarantee turning on the "toaster" in the morning. Coffee pot, too.
    Sep 15, 2012. 09:16 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    We should thank God above that he gave us a country filled with natural gas, oil and coal. Id ever we were to drill the way we should, and with coal and gas abundant, we would never have to go to the crazy, crazy mideast for 10% of our oil.
    I don't know what is wrong with our government these days. They are all crazy, too. I'd love windmills and solar as much as anyone else, but it will NEVER turn our toasters on in the morning.
    Sep 14, 2012. 02:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    I'm long ACI and BTU in my 401. Also own ABX, NEM, PPL, RAD and HL. Like all of them---even RAD--which I feel one day will either pull out of its losses or be a take over candidate. Their stores nowadays are really nce.
    Sep 13, 2012. 09:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Recoverable world coal reserves are the longest life (R/P ratio) of any fossil fuel - the go-to BTU in any return to global growth," Gregor McDonald writes. Thus QE bulls are pushing coal sector stocks (KOL +3.5%) near the top of today's top gainers: ANR +11.8%, ACI +8.5%, CLF +6.3%, WLT +5.2%, CLD +4%, CNX +3.1%, BTU +2.8%[View news story]
    ...and the Chevy Volt plugs into your electric outlet which, on average, comes from a coal fired electric plant.
    Sep 13, 2012. 09:07 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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