Gold and Silver and Hard Assets after Trump’s Inauguration…2017

By hendrixnuzzles, January 23, 2017

MAKE YOUR PORTFOLIO GREAT AGAIN !
This thread is a continuation of several threads posted previously by the author on gold and silver and hard asset investments. I am still a believer in hard assets. I also believe we are entering a period of inflation with continued dollar devaluation, higher interest rates, and a sluggish economy with chaotic dislocations. I believe there will be a lot of uncertainty and high volatility.

PURPOSE My intent is to find and discuss good mining and commodity ideas. Gold and silver remain a focus, but I want to achieve a more balanced approach still based on tangible commodities.

STEEL and IRON ORE…I believe Trump’s programs will benefit iron ore and steel. Stocks in this sector have been beaten down terribly but are rebounding. I am long VALE, a Brazilian company which is the world’s largest iron ore producer. I have been long Arcelor Mittal but do not have a position at the moment. Anybody know anything about cement and asphalt ?
COPPER, ZINC, PGM METALS…My very best conviction stock is Ivanhoe Mines IVPAF. I am completely comfortable with a large single position in IVPAF to cover these metals. However other investors may be uncomfortable with a small cap in sub-Saharan Africa. So I think it is beneficial to introduce other names even though I myself am not interested. Rio Tinto, Freeport-McMoran, Teck, Turquoise Hill, BHP and others come to mind. Travis, our host, is long Altius Minerals, and I have been also.
URANIUM…I’m bullish but the choices seem pretty limited. My top three investment-grade choices are Cameco first, then Cameco second, or my third pick would be Cameco. After that, you are speculating on small caps, or buying ETFS or funds comprised of Cameco and some small caps. At the moment, I am long Cameco and UEC.
LITHIUM…I am considering a long position in lithium. I have nothing to recommend at the moment, although I am strongly considering Galaxy, an Australian company. And I like Neometals, also an Australian, but it is difficult to get from my broker, who hates it when I want to buy obscure 50 cent companies on small foreign exchanges. If anybody’s got a great battery play, I am interested.
POTASH/FERTILIZER…very interested but they all seem pretty expensive. There has been consolidation but I have considered Agrium, Mosaic, and there is a German company whose name I forget at the moment (K&D? K&S?).
OIL AND GAS…I would like some very good conviction picks accompanied by strong reasons and decent research. This field is so big, we could get completely lost just tossing names around. I am somewhat worried about price weakness in the energy sector but feel that it is worthwhile to develop a point of view on a few companies. I have little experience although I made very good money in the past on XOM and CVX. Currently I would be interested in pipelines, LNG, or any other sector that someone knows something about. In natgas I like OGZPY.
SOLAR and WIND…really not too interested. The results depend too much on politics, the time frames seem too long. But I am not completely closed-minded on it if you have conviction on something.
COAL…same opinion as solar and wind, but the prices are low and depressed instead of hyped and high-flying. I am still stuck with some defaulted Arch Coal bonds that my financial advisor recommended. They went to ZERO. Now they are worth a Starbucks latte and a pastry. And no espresso shot in the latte, either.
AGRICULTURE…very interested. A large sector but really not too many choices if you rule out futures, like I do. I have a few obscure favorites, but no positions at present:
WHGPY (Chinese pork processor who bought Smithfield)
LAND (Gladstone Land, California farmland)
INCPY (Input Capital, a Canadian canola, streaming model).
Open to more conventional picks like ADM and DBA.
GOLD AND SILVER…my picks have been discussed at length previously. I follow these pretty closely. I am long royalty/streamers SAND, FNV, SLW, and OR; miners PVG, MAG; developers SA, CLASF, MRDCF, BALMF, KNTNF, and LXVMF; and I own PSLV and physical bullion. I swing trade big caps ABX and NEM.
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DISCLOSURES. I am a retired executive and an amateur investor. I like both fundamental and technical analysis. I am a medium-term to long-term position player and prefer to discuss stock investment in that context. Please no minute-by-minute reports that oil is now 52.50 down 10 cents and the Iranians may suspend Ramadan next week so you are going long until the afternoon bell.

I am not an expert in any of the commodities discussed nor am I qualified to give advice.
Everyone makes mistakes and I make more than my share.Sometimes I change my mind.

When I post, I express my opinions and my positions. These are just that…they are my opinions and my positions. They are not advice or recommendations, which I remind you I am unqualified to make.

Opinions and positions are subject to change at any moment. That is quite unlike the pig-headed and foolish political convictions everybody carries around adamantly, and which change only rarely for unpredictable reasons that have nothing to do with logical thought or reasoned discussion.
Because of this, political developments can be introduced on this thread only when they have a clear bearing on the commodities or companies under discussion.

You are responsible for your decisions, and I am responsible for mine. Caveat emptor.

I would like to operate in a friendly, honest, and constructive atmosphere.
As thread moderator I reserve to myself the role of referee, censor, arbiter, and Grand Poobah, subject to the over-arching authority of Travis, who owns the site and who has on occasion exercised his right to ruthlessly censor and suppress my radical blatherings.

This is a discussion topic or guest posting submitted by a Stock Gumshoe reader. The content has not been edited or reviewed by Stock Gumshoe, and any opinions expressed are those of the author alone.

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You might have to click on the “Technical Difficulties? Click Here. link that is at the bottom of the page in order to get the video to play.

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Noticing, on
2/24 gold was 1257 silver 18.36
4/7 gold was 1255 silver 18.01
right now gold 1252 silver 16.64

tomorrow I may be looking to add a silver stock, probably AG. I’ve successfully traded it 3X, and never bought it cheaper then it is right now.

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renbycage, The ratio is indeed near its high for the last 52 weeks. KITCO charts this:
http://www.kitco.com/Gold_Silver_Ratio_Charts/gold-silver-ratio-charts.html

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KITCO has gold/silver ratio graphs.

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HN et al – I get an e-mail almost daily from a small stock website Ben mentioned a year ago or so, anyway this was their latest (this morning) stock, which is a silver stock: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/15cc0a8618f9e951 I know nothing about it but thought it might be of interest.

jokin

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Jking not a good link. It leads to a google mail box.

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Hedy, I am very sorry. Haste does indeed do that bad stuff. And it’s my bad! Here’s the entire article from The SmallCap Network Dear SmallCap Network Members, Devotees of Antiques Roadshow or Pawn Stars often fantasize of stumbling across that one special item – a diamond in the rough as it were – that will transform their everyday lives and bring new enthusiasm to everything around them. It does happen – albeit rarely – but the shows wouldn’t be the hits they are without the occasional big discovery to keep audiences and seekers enthralled. Such may be the case… Read more »
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This web site is a paid stock promoter site. Hired gun that should be ignored.

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$KNTNF

K92 Intersects High Grade Gold in Multiple Drill Holes at Irumafimpa Intercepts include:
• 8.2m at 24.65 g/t AuEq plus 3.2m at 4.77 g/t AuEq in hole GCDD0074
• 4m at 60.57 g/t AuEq, including 1m at 77.99 g/t AuEq and 1m @ 95.30 g/t AuEq, plus 0.3m at 14.49 g/t AuEq in hole GCDD0071

Long $KNTNF

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KNTNF stock price still in the dumpster but the gold is incraasingly looking real. Was on the fence for a while but getting that conviction feeling now despite their showboating PR and cleverly timed stock raise.

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$FTSSF, $TSX.V:CSK

I got two emails this morn that I’m going to present for your DD if interested. The market seemed to like it First Cobalt was up 16% today. If you are short Cobalt stocks First Cobalt appears worth looking at, SP .4762.

~~ First Cobalt Proposes Friendly Merger with Cobalt One ~~~
https://firstcobalt.com/2017/first-cobalt-proposes-friendly-merger-cobalt-one/?utm_source=firstcobalt&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=firstcobalt_pr_cmt_000002

~~~ First Cobalt Signs LOI with CobalTech ~~~
https://firstcobalt.com/2017/first-cobalt-signs-loi-cobaltech/?utm_source=firstcobalt&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=firstcobalt_pr_cmt_000003

$ECSIF long

xpost

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Gold…in general.

If the following article has correct information, does anybody here know WHY the US has been liquidating it’s physical gold supply? Have we had to do so? Is there a more nefarious or sneaky reason for doing so??

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4083651-russia-vs-usa-gold-going?app=1&uprof=45&isDirectRoadblock=true

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I often have difficulty knowing when to believe these articles. There always seems to be a lot of scare tactics.

Consider, if all these countries were buying all this gold, why does the price continue to remain relatively flat?

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Hedy: I dont think it works like that. The market generally works like an auction room…..the prices rise/fall with supply/demand. If a buyer offers a price and sticks to it (coz theyre in no rush…and generally nations arent in any great rush) then the price simply sticks there and the trades only happen when theres a willing seller at that price. If they ask for more, there will be no trades, so prices will fall back to where there is a buyer.

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Alan that was my point. If there was all this extra demand, by Russia/China buyi g gold, price should rise. Supply would lag when you have a large surge in demand thus higher prices.

So I am led to believe there is no unusual demand buying going on. Relatively stable market.

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Hedy: I prob didnt explain it well enough. Its like placing a stink bid. If youre in no hurry to buy (and generally nations arent in any hurry), they set their bid at say $1000 and sit back. So if someone wants to sell, they have no choice but to sell for $1000 or pass. A limit bid does not cause a price rise….in fact it tends to slow the price movement, coz, above their $1000 bid, theres virtually no market. Consequently, the price moves v slowly. Remember, theres v little retail purchasing of gold, just the whales, who are… Read more »
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Alan

What is the basis for your statement “there’s very little retail purchase of gold”?

My sense is there is a lot of retail purchasing thru coins and jewelry worldwide. And more to come now that Islamic law permits.

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Hedy: Its relative. It takes a whole lot of minnows to weigh the same as one whale. The market is manipulated….get used to it.

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Alan

It may be manipulated.

Is that your way of saying supply and demand have minimal effect on price?

Then why/how did it spike relatively quickly to $1900? Why didn’t manipulation stop that?

Sometimes its manipulated and sometimes it isn’t?

It certainly is not clear what is going on.

I know you don’t have the answers. Very hard to decipher.

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Don’t you wonder what the G8’s the G20’s etc get up to when they get together? Was the Indian government’s sudden stance toward the time honored Indian tradition of stashing as much gold as you could in the form of jewelry etc, really for the reasons they gave? Or the sudden war on cash etc. The whales have a lot of power in such things, as far as I can tell, and even the threat of intervention can make people hesitate to use gold as a protection. I do think that not even the whales will be able to stop… Read more »
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I wondered the same thing ” why, why ” while watching Modi avoid answering Megan’s questions ‘the way she hoped’ and he looked very uncomfortable…… He seemed to ‘want’ to side with Putin. Why ‘cash n gold’? Is this a way of controlling India, a country with a future of strength? Europe ‘Germany”is being weakened by migration….but who wants to migrate to India?

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The rules of migration have always been pretty simply. Migrate to a country that has a successful economic system and then struggle to make it more like the system of the country you left.

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I suspect that a lot of “Gold Reserves” are nothing but IOU’s. About two years ago Germany wanted return of $8 billion in metal they had on deposit in US but got only $1 billion and told they must wait five years for the balance.
If you add up all the gold paper including derivatives it is far more than the total world supply. What would you call that scheme?

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Ponzi

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🙂 🙂 🙂

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Frank, I’d call it SOP (standard operating procedure) for our federal government. Hopefully there will be someone sometime who has the gonads to actually conduct an audit of Fort Knox.
Regards,
Frank

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Our shortage of physical gold pales in comparison to our shortage of truth tellers and honest brokers in government and media, and when confidence in the latter finally collapses, I expect confidence in the former, physical gold – held in the hand and not the ETF or paper – will soar. I own gold mining stocks, but when it comes to physical, I am not going to trust the paper version.

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Since there is no citation in reference to the US secretly selling their gold reserves I doubt that is true. The paper gold market dwarfs the physical gold market and that allows countries like China to acquire gold at cheap prices.

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Very true, rocketman and Arch. I do wonder, though, why our gold and silver reserves aren’t audited by an independent auditor (not that an auditor couldn’t be threatened or bribed to lie, I suppose). The government doesn’t “own” the gold–the country owns it. Citizens of the country should be provided with an audited accounting of what is there.

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…and lets us buy in at good prices, too.

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@leslie7 Remember – 1) this is a Seeking Alpha article 2) Money Metals Exchange credo: “Precious Metals News & Analysis – Gold News, Silver News from Money Metals Exchange. Money Metals Exchange provides the latest precious metals news for savvy, self-reliant investors who want to invest in gold, silver & other precious metals.” Their aim is to persuade the reader to BUY precious metals from guess who? Them. 3) The comments section is interesting, ranging from: “Ron Netz Comments (50) |+ Follow |Send Message major wacko 24 Jun 2017, 12:10 AM Report Abuse” to: “Franklin123 Comments (2608) |+ Follow |Send… Read more »
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Penny Those are all good points and gold does not escape supply/demand for setting price. If price rises mines are ready to boost production a great deal.
On the other hand the privately owned Federal Reserve has never been audited, though a POTUS intended to do so. JFK?

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Well, if you are running a mine for the long run, you drop your cut off grade when the prices go up so you extend your reserves and your mine life. Ore is an economic definition, material that can be extracted at a profit; otherwise it is just mineralized rock. In some mines the grade will fall and therefore the amount of gold or other mineral may actually fall in response to higher prices. Naturally, the mine will attempt to increase tonnage to try to off set the drop in grade.

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Richard You obviously know the mining gig. Have you posted before? Please continue. frank

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Re: Richard… 4) My wife is an “Irregular” and we are long PVG in our joint account. I thought it more appropriate to reply in my own name although we do have an “Irregular” account under her account name (Dunnydame).
Hope that helps some. Richard

Do a comment search by author….
Glad to have him here as well 🙂
Have a nice weekend and beyond all Best2You

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Any organization–including the Fed–that holds so much sway over the economic health of the country–needs to be transparent, and that means it needs to be audited and the results shared with those it affects. An ethical organization would do so.

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I rather imagine if all was well, that there’d be no resistance to the audit, but confidence in the government, in each other, in the economy, is the name of the game. Lose it, and the can kicking stops abruptly. The federal reserve as designed worked well to smooth shocks, to be a lender to banks in a region in a sudden crisis, but our government finally exerted its authority to expand that and to make it control inflation – buying government bonds, and letting the government overspend without consequences. In short, it has been forced by the gov to… Read more »
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Regarding the SA response by Franklin123 (quoted above) responding to the SA article by Money Metals Exchange, Franklin123 makes this startling statement: “What is the relevance of the gold price as a store of value when the cost of finding it, extracting and processing it has come down by 30% to 50% in the past decade – and it keeps coming down – and new or expanded gold resources seem to be announced weekly all over the world.” A Certain Person wants to make it known that it is not true that costs have come down. OK, I’m done with… Read more »
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I have two jr. gold stocks for the Gummune to evaluate here. First, here are the tickers: $ZON.V (or $EREPF) and NRG.V (or CMBPF) I will focus on Zonte Metals in this post and New Range Gold in the next post. Zonte Minerals: http://www.zontemetals.com/ Most recent press release: http://www.zontemetals.com/press-release/zonte-discovers-a-new-target-at-the-mcconnells-jest-project-yukon-territory/ In this press release, they announce the discovery of a new drill ready target at the McConnells-Jest Project in the Yukon territory. This is a stock that was introduced to me through a friend who has a subscription to Ron Struther’s Newsletter – not sure what it is called. Struthers first… Read more »
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OK, here is the write up on the second stock – New Range Gold. I have no position in this one yet, but intend on getting some soon. New Range Gold seems very exciting to me. Unfortunately, it recently had a huge spike, but still, there is a long ways for this to go IMO. It is an exploration play – as is Zonte. I have some links for you to check out here. Here is a fairly new interview with Robert Carrington, CEO of NewRange Gold https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LbFa4HhFFI Carrington explains how it came to Colombian Mines Corporation, now renamed to… Read more »
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Update on share count for New Range Gold $NRG.V (np)

From their website, as of May 23, 2017, share structure looks like this:

Issued and Outstanding: 63,533,435
Total Options: 5,019,798
Total Warrants: 20,317,001
Fully Diluted: 88,870,234

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For any who might have PM stocks in South Africa; Lots of updates this week to recent stories. With Glencore upping a bid for Rio Tinto’s Australia coal assets, and Tanzanian police arresting dozens after villagers stormed gold mines belonging to troubled producer Acacia Mining. But the biggest story going in mining continues to be South Africa. With credit experts Moody’s this week weighing in with a dire warning on the country’s new mining charter. Moody’s said this past week that enhanced financial burdens under the new code will have a devastating impact on miners. With the ratings agency saying… Read more »
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Denton: Thanks for the timely warning…….exited till I can see the horizon again.

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HN: Any thoughts on this re Ivanhoe?

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denton – thank you for this most informative and significant post. This most certainly goes in the category of “game changer” and it’s full repercussions have yet to be seen.

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Hmmm, will $SBGL Sibanye’s recent buyout of $SWC Stillwater Mining (in good old Montana USA) be enough to keep them afloat?

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$KNTNF

K92 Mining is pleased to provide you with a link to today’s News Release, announcing that the Company has closed the private placement financing previously announced on June 6th, 2017, which was oversubscribed, raising total gross proceeds of $16,554,600.

The brokered component of the financing, as described in detail within the News Release, was conducted by Clarus Securities Inc. as lead agent, on behalf of a syndicate of agents that included CIBC World Markets Inc., Eventus Capital Corp. and Haywood Securities Inc.

Long $KNTNF

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$MRLDF & $SAND Mariana Resources Ltd : Court Sanction of Scheme June 26, 2017 NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, IN OR INTO ANY JURISDICTION WHERE TO DO SO WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE RELEVANT LAWS OF SUCH JURISDICTION THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONTAINS INSIDE INFORMATION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 26 June 2017 Recommended Combination of Mariana Resources Limited (“Mariana”) and Sandstorm Gold Ltd (“Sandstorm”) Court Sanction of Scheme Mariana is pleased to announce that the Guernsey Court has today sanctioned the Scheme to effect the recommended combination of Mariana (AIM/TSXV: MARL) and Sandstorm (TSX: SSL and… Read more »
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The Fed

“Just prior to World War I emerged one of the historic disasters in American history, the creation of the Federal Reserve System.”
—ALAN GREENSPAN, 1964

He can say that again.

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$KLDGF Kirkland Lake Gold Extends High-Grade Gold Mineralization at Macassa, New Gold System Discovered at Depth

note: this was originally New market and introduced by HN

http://www.klgold.com/news-and-media/news-releases/press-release-details/2017/Kirkland-Lake-Gold-Extends-High-Grade-Gold-Mineralization-at-Macassa-New-Gold-System-Discovered-at-Depth/default.aspx

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It seems like this could have an effect on the price of gold.https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/precious-metals/gold/india-taxing-gold/

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$NRG.V / $CMBPF (3/4 position) Nice little 13% move on Friday! Perhaps the next batch of results are ready to be made public? [Sorry. Having trouble formatting this post] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The other exploration play I had mentioned is Zonte Minerals. $ZON.V / $EREPF(full position) I didn’t write up much about it before, but for anyone interested in learning more, here is a board dedicated to Zonte on Ron Struther’s site: Actually, last time I posted a link the post never got through moderation so I will let you look for it yourself. Go to playstock . net and access the… Read more »
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TSXV.ZON, $EREPF np – Website: http://www.zontemetals.com/

TSXV.NRG, $CMBPF np – Website: http://www.newrangegold.com/home.asp
Thanks for the presentation & DD Niizajim, HN and others.
Long Gummunity! Best2All

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$ZON.V $EREPF full position Another post worthwhile reading copied from playstock . net $$LOUNGE Zonte Metals board. (I’m not promoting anything here – it’s just that this is where this stock is well known and discussed. I am not a member, but all can read the posts) ***************************************************************** Re the interview with McConnell of Victoria Gold, it says, “Published on Jun 6, 2017 Company Update at the International Metal Writers Conference 2017” A search shows that this conference was May 28 & 29 in Vancouver. It is good to remind ourselves that the indicators are strong that the Zonte claims,… Read more »
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And one more and then I’ll crawl back in my hole. Just a suggestion to read the write up on Zonte Metals on the Silicon Investor site. Lots of insightful information all in one place.

$ZON.V $EREPF – full position

Happy 4th to all!

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$ZON.V $EREPF Silicon Investor site link with maps and DD.
Drilling expected to start July 2017:
http://www.siliconinvestor.com/subject.aspx?subjectid=59651

Lynn Clark, Stock Gumshoe
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This post has been closed to comments. The discussion has moved over to the latest “Gold, Silver and Hard Assets” thread, which is the topmost one on the author’s Stock Gumshoe page.

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$AG
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQLQ5VBf3gs
Keith Neumeyer | Silver’s “Flash Crash” on 7.6.17

0:05 Introduction of topic and guest
0:52 Keith’s take on silver’s recent flash crash on 7.6.17
3:00 Could a margin call even trigger such a flash crash?
4:44 The biggest losers of a flash crash & silver manipulation
6:03 London silver fix criminal incident last January 2016
7:42 Thoughts on regulation and silver manipulation
8:57 “Protecting your book” vs. manipulation
10:45 How can a mining CEO sell for the highest silver price?
15:29 Discussing First Majestic Silver
18:44 Keith offers mining stock investing advice

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From May 2017.

COLORADO RESOURCES: POSITION YOURSELF FOR SUCCESS IN THIS NEW GOLD BULL MARKET

http://epsteinresearch.com/2017/05/23/colorado-resources-by-brian-leni-p-eng/

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$Sand

More psychic income for HN. One of my Gold and Silver mining services has just analyzed and picked SAND as its next pick.

Reco is buy up to $5.00.

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$MUX – McEwen Mining to Acquire Black Fox From Primero

http://www.mcewenmining.com/Media-Events/News-Releases/News-Releases-Details/2017/McEwen-Mining-to-Acquire-Black-Fox-From-Primero/default.aspx

I’ve been in McEwen for a while now and Rob McEwen seems to make all the right moves. I know HN doesn’t like miners but I think McEwen has a small MC and wants to grow. Their SP is down, has it bottom I haven’t got a clue.

$MUX long

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$PVG – Pretivm Reports Second Quarter Results; Gold Sales Have Commenced

http://www.pretivm.com/news/news-details/2017/Pretivm-Reports-Second-Quarter-Results-Gold-Sales-Have-Commenced/default.aspx
PVG np

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$FYI $TSX.V:ISV Inventus Mining Announces Private Placement Financing with Rob McEwen Here is Inventus home stating what they have’ “Pardo is a paleoplacer gold occurrence in conglomerate layers or “reefs” that are horizontal and typically 1-3 metres (m) in thickness. Reefs are laterally extensive and occur on or very near surface. Higher gold grades (over 10 gpt) occur concentrated in fluvial channels or “pay streaks”, and valleys in the footwall upon which the mineralized conglomerate was deposited. The style of gold mineralization is similar to paleoplacer gold occurrences found in South Africa’s famous Witwatersrand gold fields. For updates about our… Read more »
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