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  • 5 Reasons The Oil Sector Is Due For A Big Rebound [View article]
    Alll commodity stocks have been whacked. Rather than buying oil stocks i've been buying the commodity stocks that are likely to benefit most as energy prices fall 20% while gold/nickel/zinc prices run up.

    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Deflation? [View article]
    High oil prices are inflationary cause additional costs are passed on. Low oil prices are inflationary because people have more money to buy more and they do. Both are inflationary. The difference is that whole economy from low oil prices whereas big oil mainly benefits from high oil prices.

    I think commodity producers that are seeing output prices rise, gold/nickel/zinc, while inputs like oil fall. Stocks have already been beaten down but with lower energy costs and higher sales prices i think they have a good 4th quarter to report if this holds.

    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Oil Correction Overdone - Bounce Back Imminent [View article]
    Look at commodity stocks in general. The gold stocks have been murdered. With oil prices collapsing and gold prices popping, I bet the 4th quarter results for gold producers should look pretty good.

    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Extreme Gold/Silver Futures Shorting Peaks, Covering Nears [View article]
    I had a bid in at 1196 on gold and got filled. Charts look like a correction in the downtrend. Whether or not the correction turns into a trend reversal and gold heads up for a while as opposed to a few a weeks or month or so, is anyones guess.

    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:23 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Seabridge Gold Reports Potential Discovery Of Another Core Zone [View article]
    Seabridges is looking good although I'm not necessarily a fan of the BC standard large tonnage low grade open pits. Not much room for error when you're dealing with low grade.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:18 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What To Expect From Goldcorp's Earnings Report? [View article]
    I started buying gold stocks again the week before last. I bought some Kinross this week. Given their working capital and book value they are bargain at this market cap. Been buying a bit of IAMGOLD too. But I've got to say that I see nickel as being the big winner over the next 12 to 24 months. Best cure for low prices is low prices and nickel exploration and project development all but stopped since 2008. You take 20%-30% of world supply out of the market with Indonesias ore ban and you've a recipe for price appreciation. How much? Nickel went from $3ish to $25ish in the space of just a few years back in 2007.

    I've been buying a little nickel exploration company http://bit.ly/LBSYcN because they made a discovery last year and it looks like it could be pretty big. At least that is what the president is saying. It helps to back this up that he consistently is buying the stock in the market and private placements. Also helps that he is one of the best known and successful explorationists on the planet, prospector of the year, and in Canadian mining hall of fame. I also like that management owns something like 50+% of the shares outstanding and only takes $100,000 a year in salary. That's for all of the offices and directors. I like it when management is aligned with my interests.

    As far as copper is concerned, there's lots of production but it's starting to come from lower grade deposits and costs are creeping up. This too could be a recipe for price appreciation but I don't see that coming in anytime soon. Can anyone recommend a good NON OTCBB copper stock? Exploration or development stage?
    Oct 18, 2014. 11:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • James Turk: Bursting Money Bubble Could Inflate Gold To $12,000 [View article]
    Gold, nickel and zinc... all have done better than equities this year. And the stocks that producer, develop or explore for the aforementioned metals are doing even better. Well, the ones run by good people with good assets are.

    Nickel looks good for the rest of the year. Great read in the financial post from a couple weeks back.

    http://bit.ly/1lOCaTj
    Jul 16, 2014. 12:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Tax Inversions, Tech Partnerships, New Development Bank [View article]
    Inflation is here. Despite the most stateside oil production ever, oil prices are still hovering around the $100 mark. Don't think that's going to raise your cost of goods?

    Gold, nickel and zinc... all have done better than equities this year. And the stocks that producer, develop or explore for the aforementioned metals are doing even better. Well, the ones run by good people with good assets are.

    Nickel looks good for the rest of the year. Great read in the financial post from a couple weeks back.

    http://bit.ly/1lOCaTj
    Jul 16, 2014. 12:00 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Gold Exploration Companies With Huge Near-Term Upside [View article]
    Gold, nickel and zinc... all have done better than equities this year. And the stocks that producer, develop or explore for the aforementioned metals are doing even better. Well, the ones run by good people with good assets are. I own a little Seabridge and may add to it. Having said that it's tough to see where I'm going to get a double from on it. As money flows back into the resource stocks the reward (and risk) is made by moving into exploration companies.

    Nickel looks good for the rest of the year. Great read in the financial post from a couple weeks back.

    http://bit.ly/1lOCaTj
    Jul 16, 2014. 11:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Green Light For Gold? [View article]
    Any suggestions for a gold stock to add to my portfolio?

    Although I own some gold, both physical and paper, I've preferred to own commodities that are likely to experience inflationary pressures like gold but also that are used in commercial applications, like nickel and copper.

    I've been loading up on Impact Silver, a little lower cost silver producer with operations in Mexico. Unlike most miners out there, they are actually cash flowing with lots of room to grow.

    The latter of the two hasn't done too well this year but nickel has been on fire. My best stocks positions this year have been in nickel stocks like Royal Nickel and North American Nickel. I've been moving profits into an exploration company headed by a Canadian Mining Hall of Fame explorer and Prospector of the year, Gren Thomas. He owns 1/3rd of the stock outstanding and currently charging forward on a nickel discovery made this year. http://bit.ly/LBSYcN with a $2.5m market cap could easily be a ten bagger if he makes yet another discovery. He seems to make a lot of them.
    Jul 15, 2014. 12:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Thomas Schuster's Key Factors For Investing In Precious Metals [View article]
    Although I own some gold, both physical and paper, I've preferred to own commodities that are likely to experience inflationary pressures like gold but also that are used in commercial applications, like nickel and copper. The latter of the two hasn't done too well this year but nickel has been on fire. My best stocks positions this year have been in nickel stocks like Royal Nickel and North American Nickel. I've been moving profits into an exploration company headed by a Canadian Mining Hall of Fame explorer and Prospector of the year, Gren Thomas. He owns 1/3rd of the stock outstanding and currently charging forward on a nickel discovery made this year. http://bit.ly/LBSYcN with a $2.5m market cap could easily be a ten bagger if he makes yet another discovery. He seems to make a lot of them.

    Also been loading up on Impact Silver, a little lower cost silver producer with operations in Mexico. Unlike most miners out there, they are actually cash flowing with lots of room to grow.

    Any suggestions for a gold stock to add to my portfolio?
    Jul 15, 2014. 12:49 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Palladium Bull Run Is Under Way [View article]
    I've been buying nickel plays for a similar reason. Also helps when you get a large chunk of supply pulled from the market. Great article on nickel in the Financial Post the other day.

    http://bit.ly/1lOCaTj
    Jun 25, 2014. 02:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is It Time To Buy Gold Now? [View article]
    What happend to all the predictions for $80 oil? Energy costs are up.... food costs are.... housing/living costs are rising. Inflation is here. The high energy prices could cause profit taking in the inflated US equities. Gold/mining equities tend to have a negative correlation to the SPX. I've been buying mining stocks left and right and the etfs.

    Good piece in the Financial Post yesterday talking about nickel. That's rising too.... fast.

    http://bit.ly/1jehMqP

    We will see $1400 gold by year end at the very least while the SPX moves sideways.
    Jun 24, 2014. 01:50 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold And Yellen Say Be Open To Surprising Gains In Stocks [View article]
    Inflation doesn't exist unless you count food, energy and housing. As I need to eat, drive and am too old to survive outdoors, I'll be investing to account for inflation. Gold will do well as will most commodities.

    Nickel's done well this year. Below is a good article in the Financial Post that came out a day or so ago.
    http://bit.ly/1jehMqP

    Gold seasonality kicks in soon and I've been buying GLD in antipication.
    Jun 24, 2014. 01:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seasonal Gold Moves: Is This The Catalyst That Gold Needs To Break Out Of Its Trading Range? [View article]
    I'm explaining a position I hold and a couple reasons why. No lies, no BS. You never tell a friend about a stock you like? Thought so.

    You want larger cap nickel? I'm also in North American Nickel and Royal Nickel. Both done very well this year too.
    May 31, 2014. 04:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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