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  • Anamorph

    I thumbs-up this comment. There are some things that certainly deserve a thumbs down, like the mention of (ahem!) as a credible resource. But HN is exactly right, just a blunt negative is not remotely helpful, to the person who gets it or to other readers....

  • I joined Zenith and every put recommendation stock in portfolio went up in price. I lost $7000 of my $9000 plays within 30 days. If I had bought calls on his put recommendations, I would have made money. His last recommendation was $70 Jan. 18 put on NVDA. even though it meets zero of the 4 criteria he says he uses. Put a big ass hurting on me. I placed puts on PNRA, CMG, CDIZ, SHLD, LNG, and VR...

  • SoGiAm

    Jimmy Page and Robert Plant 10/3/1995 Irvine, CA Blu-ray https://youtu.be/lTaLMkwgem4 Totally awesome! :-) Thank you for sharing BurningShoreProphet2 Jack Birkin - When someone would ask me the question, "Beatles or Stones?" I always said without hesitation, "Zeppelin, Dude." :-) #Listen and #enjoy! :-) >>>---BenJammin'---------------->...

  • There is 4 year incomplete financial statements( TLGRF), it lost 19Million and not a single cent of revenue. Only 5 days trading data on Yahoo finance....

  • achandra13 - It is always a pleasure to read an informed investor's take on things, even when this may be a contrary view. You politely stated your views and I wish you nothing but the best. I have no dog in this fight....

  • But still it is in Australia...

  • I'm contemplating increasing my positions in mining stocks. I have about 30% of my portfolio in cash so it may be time to increase my positions in mining stocks. I'm in SAND, IVPAF, PVG, Mariana, TECK, Osinko Royalties, and a few others. I was in SLW but was in the hole for so long I bailed. I'm still thinking about SA and MAG, and maybe increasing my stake in Ivanhoe....

  • To jwhallin: Sorry. Miss read it. You might right about TLGRF....

  • Makes perfect sense to me. Thank you all so much!!!...

  • Travis I like and approve of your suggestion just to buy a TINY...2 or 3 shares...of an expensive holding and then add to it or get rid of it depending on how it goes. I find that I follow a stock much better if I at least have my toe in the door. This is exactly how Apple is now one of my larger holdings at an average price of ~$82 from buying one share everytime I had enough dividends for the ...

  • Travis I like and approve of your suggestion just to buy a TINY...2 or 3 shares...of an expensive holding and then add to it or get rid of it depending on how it goes. I find that I follow a stock much better if I at least have my toe in the door. This is exactly how Apple is now one of my larger holdings at an average price of ~$82 from buying one share everytime I had enough dividends for the ...

  • OK, sounds like we may have to go with a hybrid approach. I think that we do want to keep sheet 3 from getting too long, and I volunteered to try to clean it up every once in awhile. What I would suggest is this: for those who want to keep their holdings all on one line, we will recognize that fact by their placing a marker in column 1, as many are doing now. Those who don't wish to do this can pl...

  • Achandra: Thats not exactly what Im hearing (alhough Im not sure exactly WHAT im hearing so Ive asked for clarification: I got ''There is an improvement in page load speeds for specific comment pages (i.e., choosing page 19 of the comments) if you have fewer comments, but no real change to the load speed for whatever the "current" page is. Links from email have the specific comment page so those...

  • Long $ARTH. Frustrating not to have an inkling of what's causing the move up. Anyone got any ideas?...

  • A similar idea, with probably similar psychological impact. Funny how much of being an individual investor involves trying to outsmart your own foolish biases and irrational thoughts....

  • Travis why don't you buy a single contract out-of-the money call or LEAP? That way it should sooth your fevered brow about paying more than what your last transaction cost, but that way you're back in the game....

  • Common sense comment. Thank you AC....

  • achandra13

    Thanks Alan. No hurry from my side. BTW, I reiterate, a new thread will not improve loading times as the new SG format only loads the comments on the current page :-) . Thanks....

  • LONG IVPAF Does IVPAF eventually become a dividend stock? What do these companies do with all of their cash after the mines are paid off? Buy new properties? Needless to say I have very little investment knowledge in this area thanks Mark...

  • $IVPAF Ivanhoe Mines...an excellent post by secretsquirrel on the old thread. It is a diagram of the Kamoa/Kakula deposit. http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/new-drill-results-significantly-expand-kakula-copper-discovery-kamoa-kakula-project-tsx-ivn-2190109.htm...

  • I followed the late Charles Allmon, Growth Stock Outlook, for many years. Many subscribers were directed to Jim Stack, Investech, newsletter with an ETF portfolio. His managed accounts went to Hendershotinvestments.com . She publishes a quarterly newsletter. I am satisfied with both....

  • $IVPAF...and then someday it is really going to go up !...

  • Your question cannot be answered with any accuracy because: 1. The resource is still in the process of being defined. 2. When you say "how large", you could mean lifetime mine production, which is unanswerable because of #1 above; or you could mean "peak annual production", which is a function of the size and number of the facilities built. Just in very general terms, the deposit is very, ve...

  • I wanted to thank you for writing this and for it being reposted. I own some uranium stocks and your article was very helpful, especially your assessment not only of the mines and their operations, but of the people behind them. Just a great review and well-rounded infomation.... so much so I signed up for your website (which by the way is reasonable, so thank you for that). All my best to you...

  • Casey is also teasing some Texas oil play. Would love to see a write up....

  • to htl3721 - Talga Resources is TLGRF not TLGRE...

  • SoGiAm

    New thread link: Subscribe if you desire - Comment Link: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/2017/01/microblog-gold-and-silver-and-hard-assets-after-trumps-inauguration-2017...

  • I bought NVDA around $20 a share. Not a whole lot of shares, about 100 and I am definitely willing to sit and see where it goes from here. I can't bring myself to buy more shares when it is this pricey. I thought it was over priced at $38 a share. Now its comical....

  • I lost money on EVERY put option he recommended - tried to be conservative and limit each position to between $150 and $250 but still lost about $3k. He apparently had 2 profitable recommendations in December (right when I was getting out of it but didn't want to stick my neck out anymore) which I think were GoPro and maybe sears??? I think some people made a little money of Nymox when he recommen...

  • Can you post the link for the new thread?!...

  • SoGiAm

    Page & Plant Aug 25, 1994 https://youtu.be/wv2g-bbReew Guilherme Eddino 1:00 Thank You 7:15 What Is And What Should Never Be 14:41 The Battle Of Evermore 24:09 Gallows Pole 31:01 The Rain Song 39:16 Since I've Been Loving You 51:23 Four Sticks 58:02 Friends (incomplete)...

  • Thumbs up/thumbs down...thumbs up seems to mean "I agree, therefore I like". But then if thumbs down means "I disagree, therefore I don't like", the prupose of discourse is defeated by the thumbs-downer not expressing the reasons for his or her disagreement. "Thumbs down" seems to have additional meanings. In addition to "I disagree, therefore I don't like (but I am not going to say why)", "...

  • Subscribing to Personal Finance is not going to meet the claims cited. It provides some call and put option trades and other stock portfolios. You will want to subscribe to Options For Income to get the service which provides the cited claims listed above, which costs about 1000 per year or so to subscribe to. The claims are valid and legit but it needs you to hold $200,000 - $300,000 margin capi...

  • Originally bought at about 60. I sold half at the 104. , when it slid to 101 I went back in. Still making me money....

  • Pity me. I own a Jan 2018 40 Call, which I bought last June, that I could sell for a 543% profit if only I had not covered it with a 55 call. I've rolled the short call out several times (currently to June), hoping for a (temporary) easing of the share price to allow me to buy it back - but it's so far in the money that it has virtually no time value - there is nothing to stop it from getting ...

  • Anyone can do anything on that sheet, just not the first sheet. I did suggest that when a line gets full anyone could take the total put it at the top and clear out the other lines retaining the original final total. Other than adding in my purchases and sales I am not maintaining it. So as I am most of the time, I am clueless....

  • Well until the cats out of the bag..you might as well invest in the chinese stock..chgi......

  • AMD former long. Same space as NVDA, but much cheaper. It had an amazing 2016. I bought it a few years back at 2.30, peaked at 12.0 last month (of course I sold at 8). Slight pull back now at 9.91. Not sure what their outlook for 2017, but I think it's pretty good. May get back in....

  • Just hand in there with Sandstorm. I think of it as a bank savings account. It will literally pay dividends one day and you will get ginormous capital appreciation. I am more comfortable having Sandstorm than I am having dollars. I realize this sounds extremist, but that is the way I feel about it. No bank or financial services company gives me more confidence in managing and investing my money...

  • A fault with the thumbs down concept is that unless someone tells you why they gave you a thumbs down, it can seem insulting. I liked that particular post and gave you a thumbs up, just for the record. Your comments dovetailed with my thinking, that after breaking above it's two month trading channel we could expect what we are now seeing, a parabolic rise in $ARTH. Smiles. My current trading str...

  • You are welcome. Hope we all make a lot of money....

  • Today was not a great day in the stock market, or even in the gold sector. But it was my single biggest daily increase ever, on account of my outsized positions in Ivanhoe Mines, Mariana Resources, and Arch Therapeutics. After the euphoria a super day, I looked at the action in various stocks and I think it confirms my suspicion that we are at the beginning of a secular bull market in the mi...

  • SoGiAm

    The Rain Song - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant HD [No Quarter 1994] https://youtu.be/BeDylD8dV7U Love, love, love this song! :-) Since I've Been Loving You - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant HD [No Quarter 1994] https://youtu.be/wZEwimJ3GZE What Is And What Should Never Be - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPgLY1o0wMo That's The Way - Jimmy Page & Rob...

  • $APTO linling88: thanks for the share, interesting day to reissue a buy rating. I wonder what they see in 806 vs 253. I was surprised actually be the recovery of PM -40% to -18%. Let's see what the rest of the week brings. GLTA!...

  • We can do it that way, but if that is the consensus, we should probably start over with our current holdings (keep the ticker headings, of course). Some of us have just been putting our holdings and changes in the first available space in a column, and Saturday a week ago I consolidated everything up to that point into line 1 to keep the sheet from getting out of hand. I am certainly in favor of e...

  • I think, in M. Fools organization left hand doesn't know what right hand is doing. Very recently I read on article from M. Fools stating that he prefers AMD compare to NVDA right now. We know that AMD is moving up. As far as NVDA is concerned it has been overbought. It is currently moving between $101 and $107 range. I guess this will continue for a while until they come up with quarterly results ...

  • I, too, have been intrigued by $NVDA in the past six months, but kept thinking it was too pricey and I would wait for a significant pull back (but it basically keeps going up). Names like $NVDA and $TSLA just don't seem to play by the rules of normal investing. Even though I tend to love "green" plays, I wont touch TSLA at it 's current sky high price as Musk continues to bleed money on the back...

  • Production is up, its true, but it is not going up as fast as battery useage. Tse's presentation has some very interesting data on demand growth in lithium, and demand growth is way ahead of supply growth. And I agree on Galaxy's recent move up, we are not bottom fishing on this one now. I just hit 50 cents but fell back and the dip got me interested. Galaxy seems to be a pretty solid pick as f...

  • Yes, perhaps some may want to reconsider the two thumbs down I got for saying that things look to be brewing last week when the share price broke out of its three month doldrums and broke .64....

  • I too owned NVDA and made some good return B4 I sold and now hate myself. But I am the one who just told you all the 94% accuracy touted Zenith Trading who picked all 100% losers and put big financial hurt on me. His last recommendation was to execute a $70 Jan. 18 put on NVDA. No way, Not me!...

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