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  • Is Yamana Gold's Situation So Dire? [View article]
    With the increasing demand from India and China for ALL the gold these miners can and will produce for years into the future for both religious and cultural reasons (Stewart Thomson of Graceland Updates dot com has mentioned & PROVEN this FACT almost alone in the newsletter world), along with increased financial turmoil in ALL world markets everywhere like we're seeing even TODAY with the DOW down almost 400 points. And this author failing to mention either of these events and so I'm supposed to believe Yamana Gold isn't worth holding or acquiring at these cheap, cheap prices? Please... If you don't have the..."intestinal fortitude" to buy Yamana (and other miners like it) here you shouldn't be in gold stocks period...
    Jan 27, 2015. 12:32 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New Gold Is Misunderstood And Overvalued [View article]
    You could put ALL gold producers on a dart board and start throwing for choice selection and do better than listening to this article. They have some of the best projects in North America and are priced right...overvalued (really?) compared to what?? Some Chinese miner in China or South America? Or is it some African gold production company toiling away there you'd like to compare them to?? You can keep all of those projects all over our precarious world and smart gold investors will keep investing in outstanding SAFE areas (relatively speaking) in NORTH AMERICA that have OUTSTANDING & economically viable PROJECTS just like New Gold Inc here. And I look forward to them and the real gold project economics in as yet unknown & unmanipulated markets proving you wrong on your dislike of NGD Inc on a colossal scale. Especially after all gold production will essentially be sold to either China or India and will never be seen by western eyes again anyway. Unless a gold backed yuan or renminbi (Chinese paper currency) counts...
    Jan 21, 2015. 09:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ignore Downgrades And Still Buy Yamana [View article]
    You almost lost any credibility (with me) when you said:
    "Therefore, Yamana is still worth investing in even though it has been downgraded by HSBC Securities".
    Why you would even mention this....(imho) "merry band of manipulators & crooks" at HSBC in the same sentence with Yamana?? It's no wonder why most wouldn't invest in a gold mining stock let alone one mentioned in the same breath as HSBC. Isn't this the same HSBC that constantly naked shorts the precious metals markets via the futures markets with their endless paper schemes that effects these companies share prices every day?? It sure is!!!
    Yamana Gold is a compelling investment IN SPITE of what the manipulators & crooks at HSBC have to say and anyone who listens to these guys does so at their own financial peril. Just do the opposite of what these (imho) market psychopaths do and you'll be fine...
    Feb 5, 2014. 12:00 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pembina Pipeline Corp.: Stock Analysis [View article]
    I've owned their convertible debentures since their issuance in 2010. They pay 5.75% and they're up about 27% to boot. "More than pipelines" Pembina is kind of an all-in-one energy stock. Check their website and get the full story on this great Canadian energy play.
    http://www.pembina.com
    Feb 4, 2014. 05:35 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Top 5 Silver Stocks For 2014: Part II [View article]
    Maybe you need to get out there a little more and see what some of the non main stream prognosticators are in fact saying why NOW is EXACTLY the time to go long the miners.
    http://www.321gold.com has several great articles about what's really happening in the metals markets and with the miners. I kind of thought this following article was thought provoking as well:

    http://bit.ly/1ayBtLd

    The miners will and are leading the POG - right now. Of course you won't hear that on CNBC either. Anyways, GOOD LUCK!!
    Jan 25, 2014. 04:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Looks Like The Gold Bears Were Right [View article]
    That's the easily manipulated price of paper gold and paper silver that keeps going down and yet the premium on the real thing that's getting scarcer & scarcer keeps going up & up. Prove it to yourself by looking at APMEX or Tulving's websites and then remember next time someone says something about the precious metals markets most likely what they're talking about are these paper markets like GLD and SLV represent.
    Apr 15, 2013. 12:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Golden Opportunity In Gold: Is Sky The Limit Or Is It Down To Earth? [View article]
    Just remember - it's the price of PAPER GOLD & PAPER SILVER that's down. NOT the price of the real thing, which has almost a 20% premium over spot on the physical metal IF you can find it.
    I'd say 99.9% of the real physical metals are in strong hands who do nothing except to buy more on these manufactured dips. Personally I'm not interested in the phony price of paper gold & paper silver and all the games they can play with that. Real wealth is measured with a scale and comes in grams, ounces and kilos - NOT in unbacked infinitely printed paper facsimiles that say they are the same thing. If you really want to know what to do and how to suceeed in the gold and precious metals markets just do the OPPOSITE of what Dennis Gartman says & does and what they're telling you to do at CNBC and the actions of the FED.
    Apr 15, 2013. 12:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 'Must-Buy' Oil Stocks For Big Potential Gains Into 2013 [View article]
    A blind man could have made money flipping AXAS shares just since November 15th I believe when it closed at it's 52 week low of $1.55. And since then it's been as high as $2.26, which would equate to somewhere north of 45% profit for flipping a few shares over the course of a few days. But who does that?? Personally, I am long on AXAS and have told my friends to buy on these dips, especially the ones that take the share price to under $2. Just looking at what they own vs their share price sealed the deal for me. That and a couple of energy based news letters that mentioned them as well. So anyway my friends and I LOVE Abraxas Petroleum and are even looking to add to our positions. Thanks for including them in an informative article!!
    Dec 27, 2012. 11:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 'Must-Buy' Oil Stocks For Big Potential Gains Into 2013 [View article]
    A blind man could have made money flipping AXAS shares just since November 15th I believe when it closed at it's 52 week low of $1.55. And since then it's been as high as $2.26 which would equate to somewhere north of 45% profit for flipping a few shares. Personally, I am long on AXAS and have told my friends to buy on these dips, especially the ones that take the share price under $2. Just looking at what they own vs their share price sealed the deal for me. That and a couple of energy based news letters that mentioned them as well. So anyway my friends and I LOVE Abraxas Petroleum and are even looking to add to our positions. Thanks for including them in an informative article!!
    Dec 27, 2012. 11:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Freeport McMoRan: Questionable Acquisition's Risks Outweigh Reward Potential [View article]
    If there's a war in the Middle East or more problems in Europe or any number of other worldly (Black Swan) events, especially those devaluing the dollar, I wonder if the share price of Freeport (among all other commodity co's) will be going up because of their gold component or (now because of) their vast energy component? My God I've read other articles that value Plains all by itself near $60 a share, MMR is a HUGE valuable asset (Doug Casey even commented positively on MMR's exceptional value) and we still have the value of the premier copper company that owns LEGACY ASSETS WORLDWIDE. And all this is LESS now than the stock was before the acquisition??? I think there's a whole bunch of blind people that can't see value even when it appears right in front of their faces. I liked em a LOT at $38 too but I like them a whole lot more right where they're at right now and I have to believe that there's some smart people at FCX who looked this transaction over inside & out before spending what? Billions on this?? They didn't get to be where they are by being financial fools. Give this some time - world events ASSURE this one's going higher. Long term this is a buy. If you're a flipper or can't think past a few weeks ya, I'd probably be whining too. Otherwise you should be buying. Good luck everyone!!
    Dec 13, 2012. 02:46 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold And The 'Safe Haven' Myth [View article]
    Gold (created with limits by the heavens & the earth), is what paper money (that's created with no limits by man) tries to be and wishes it was. Gold is real wealth. Gold is the only real money. Everything else is just.....something else.
    Jun 22, 2012. 03:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apache: Buy This Stable Oil And Gas Stock Now [View article]
    I believe the quote in the Vancouver paper last week was something to the effect that Apache's latest discovery well in northern BC's Liard Basin (due west of the Horn River shale formation) as being HUGE and confirming this little known resource & area as the premier shale gas deposit in all of North America with up to 48 trillion cubic feet of recoverable gas. As Apache owns hundreds of thousands of acres here, there's little doubt that most if not all this gas will be heading for Kitimat to be exported through Apache, EOG & Encana's proposed LNG export terminal once built. Read about it here:

    http://bit.ly/Mp5Wbb
    Jun 18, 2012. 07:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • FSRUs: The Leading Edge Of The LNG Market [View article]
    While he mentions no specific company featuring these....FSRU's, it's interesting that Golar LNG (GLNG) designed and had built the first one. The Golar Spirit converted from an old LNG carrier was completed in 2008. Here's a link:

    http://bit.ly/Kb6ZR1

    Anyway, my guess would be that the first company to build and use these FSRU's is also the best way to play the current LNG export mania that's presently occurring throughout much of the world but especially in North America. It's not that difficult to pick a winner here because there's not that many quality companies that could successfully pull this type of technology all together and make it work within the design and confines of an old ship. In at least one part of this article he IS talking about GLNG and there's no doubt about it. They were first, they're an excellent company with a bright future that knows their stuff and they're still at it - invest accordingly.

    Oh and that picture above surely gives it away. Isn't that ship on the right painted Golar orange??

    http://www.golar.com
    Jun 9, 2012. 11:18 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Gold Mines Will Benefit From The Coming Depression [View article]
    Better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have any. It's just a part of being financially prepared. Like the collector's plate hanging in the kitchen with a fancy printed out verse that says: Money - I don't need a lot.....I just need enough.

    Just replace the word Money with Gold....
    Jun 9, 2012. 04:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In A Gold Standard, How Are Interest Rates Set? [View article]
    Ron Paul has said over & over that the "free market should set interest rates". I'm sure he's written plenty more on the subject but he's in the belief that it should be ABB (anyone but Ben).
    Jun 9, 2012. 03:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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