“Billion-Dollar Mountain of Silver Trading for Under $1!” (McCoach)

Sniffing out "The Most Explosive Junior Silver Stock of 2012" teased by Greg McCoach's Mining Speculator

When it comes to resource stocks, the way to get people excited is by saying that you can buy a massive stockpile of X (oil, silver, gold, lead, whatever) for a fraction of its real value. If you can make that kind of promise, you’ll get at least some investors excited … even if the market is uneasy or even if commodity-related stocks are getting clobbered (as most of them are now).

So that’s what’s happening here in today’s tease from Greg McCoach. McCoach was fairly early to what is now a crowded marketplace of mining stock newsletters with his relatively low-cost Mining Speculator, which launched right around the time of the tech bubble’s burst a dozen years ago and therefore caught on to at least some of the excitement of gold’s almost constant rise over the past decade. He’s picked and teased some stinkers and poor performers, to be sure, including stocks like Canadian Zinc that illustrate the potential difficulty of permitting and building mines even in mining-friendly countries where a deposit has already been identified, or MetalCORP, which is one of the many metals explorers that never recovered from the 2008 crash … but he has also teased a few stocks that did very well (at least in the short term) and one or two longer-term winners.

Frankly, mining is a terrible business, particularly at the bottom of the pyramid where the tiny startup companies are operating — rife with failure, delays, cost overruns and funding challenges and filled with companies run by pathological optimists … but, of course, it’s also one of the few sectors that offers investors the possibility of short-term returns of several hundred percent or more, with the bonus that commodity explorers are also generally leveraged to positive moves in commodity prices. So junior mining speculators take the good with the bad, research obsessively as they scan the latest core samples or drilling results or water rights disputes, and hope that they’re smart enough or lucky enough to sift out the winners … or, at least, that they’ll have enough winners to make up for the fact that they’re destined to choose some stocks that don’t find valuable resources, can’t produce those resources or can’t produce them at a low enough cost, or turn out to be scams.

So after that cheery intro, how do you feel about finding out who Greg McCoach’s new silver favorite is? We’ve come this far, might as well actually reveal the deep, dark secrets.

The underlying promise, shared in the emails that link to McCoach’s ad as well as by McCoach himself, is that silver is going to go up … and probably go up a lot … even more than gold, which every mining newsletter also believes will eventually resume its rise. That’s based on the fact that silver went up more dramatically than gold over the last couple years, and on the historical gold/silver ratio that is still out of whack because of Gold’s much more dramatic rise over the long term.

I don’t know whether silver will return to the historic price of roughly 1/16th the price of gold (and I mean really historic, based on some pretty sketchy numbers going back centuries), partly because it’s the ultimate in supply-side thinking and doesn’t take into account the wildly varying demand for gold and silver in the “post-real-money” era (meaning, ever since gold and silver stopped being widely used as money — which is roughly the last 50-80 years, depending on where you draw the line). You could also argue that silver, as the more useful metal, is the one that’s priced more rationally, which would mean gold would have to come down dramatically to return that ratio to historic norms. I don’t know that we should rely that much on a ratio that has wavered from 10 to 100 over the last 100 years, but there are plenty of people who do put a lot of stake in it as the “real” ratio because it reflects the roughly 10 or 20-1 ratio between silver and gold in the earth’s crust, and the similar ratio in the numbers of ounces of in-ground reserves that have been identified by miners.

I do own some gold and silver personally, and I’m not arguing that they should go up or down right now, or that it’s impossible for silver go to to $100 in the near future … I’m just throwing a little bit of sand in the works to slow down the gears enough that you can think it over. Nothing is as easy or as predictable as the enticing price projections and charts that most newsletter ads use.

But anyway, that’s the short argument: Silver has gone up more, and it will go up more, says McCoach (in his words, “junior silver stocks are poised to skyrocket even higher than junior gold stocks”). And silver has certainly been far more volatile and exciting than gold. So what’s this silver miner that he thinks you should buy?

Well, he tosses out a lovely supply of clues:

“An Opportunity SO Rare, Most Investors Will Only Have This One Chance to Cash In…

“Billion-Dollar Mountain of Silver Trading for Under $1! ….

“Major buzz is starting to filter its way through the mining community…

“Just 15 miles southwest of a huge $5 BILLION silver deposit in mining-friendly Peru, one tiny exploration company has hit the precious metals jackpot…

“Having staked 46 claims in a site that spans 25,291 acres, they’ve quietly uncovered what could be a huge mountain of silver.

“It’s a massive 35 million ounce silver discovery currently valued at an impressive $1.1 BILLION — and growing quickly.

“In fact, I think this mountain could hold several hundred millions of ounces of silver.

“Even better, you can scoop up shares of this explosive stock right now for under $1 a share…”

Rare, explosive and under a buck? Well, who can resist?

Some more details about this company that we can toss into the ol’ Thinkolator:

“… not only does this company have exclusive 100% rights to what could be one of the world’s largest remaining untapped deposits of silver… but it’s also one of the richest silver finds on the planet….

“… small company with a market cap just shy of $35 million…. You could see gains of 2,496% once investors catch wind of this fast-moving small cap situation, turning every $5,000 into $124,800 …

“… all 15 holes they drilled except for one came up with high-grade silver. So we may have a conservative estimate here….

“It’s one of the richest silver belts on the planet… and it’s home to several world-class silver mines.

“In fact, to the southwest of this company’s site is Cerro de Pasco, Peru’s fourth largest silver mine and one of the biggest in all of South America.

“Plus this company’s site is mere miles from a massive $5 billion silver deposit that’s currently being exploited by Buenaventura Mining, a ‘senior’ gold and silver producer. So this is an area that’s absolutely teeming with mining activity.

“Currently, our tiny silver company is exploring two separate mineral zones at its vast site.

“The first zone contains the massive 35 million ounce deposit of silver, which, as I said earlier, is just the tip of the iceberg.

“The company’s CEO says mineralization has a width of 100 meters near the surface and extends as far down as a whopping 200 meters.”

So … that ought to be enough clues and enticement, right? What’s the company?

Well, in the clues go — the Thinkolator is humming along nicely, not too long now … and there, our answer comes spitting out: this is Tinka Resources (TK in Canada, TKRFF on the pink sheets).

And yes, as teased, it is teensy, with a market cap now of about $36 million and a share price just over 50 cents — so if you decide you love it, be careful. Over the last three months this stock has traded less than $100,000 worth of shares most days (and far less than that on the pink sheets), so it wouldn’t take too many Gumshoe readers, who are undoubtedly at least as wealthy as they are witty and good looking, to move the stock price if they decided to buy the shares. I don’t know when McCoach first mentioned this one to his subscribers, but we’re right in the middle of the 30-70 cent range it has bounced around in for the first half of this year and volume picked up considerably in February and March (which also coincided, to be fair, with some a bunch of news — mostly drilling results).

The big silver project that McCoach is teasing is the Colquipucro project in Peru, which is a potential silver, zinc and lead mine — and the basic info that McCoach teases is an exact match for how they describe themselves on the website — 15 drill holes, all but one finding pay dirt (or pay rock, I guess); 46 claims over 25,291 acres (though the company uses hectares as their measure, so it’s the equivalent 10,234.85 ha — seems McCoach’s copywriter was trying to throw us off the scent by converting units of measurement, a common tactic); and the general descriptions of the rich veins of silver mineralization found. So I’m quite sure the Thinkolator’s answer is correct this time around.

Though it’s worth noting, the company itself so far claims only about 20 million ounces of inferred resources in their official NI 43-101 filints (which themselves are four or five years old) — though I have seen vague commentary that they think there’s at least enough possible resource to bump that first site up into the 30-35 million ounce area, so I suspect that’s what McCoach is using as his source for the 35 million ounces.

We know, of course, that silver spread throughout rock under a couple hundred feet of dirt isn’t as valuable as silver that’s been turned into a coin or a lovely piece of flatware, so it’s absurd to go straight to the 35 million “possible” ounces of silver in the ground and say that number should be multiplied by the price of silver, about $30, to say the company is worth a billion dollars. Absurd … but also, of course, the kind of lust-inducing verbiage that pretty much all the mining newsletters use. All explorers are worth a small fraction of the theoretical value of the metal (or whatever) in the ground, and always will be (why? Uncertainty about what’s really there, the cost of extraction, the long time it takes to get permits and build infrastructure and build a mine, the cost of processing ore, the uncertainty about what prices will be in ten years when they actually produce metal, the fact that almost all miners dilute like crazy to raise money for development, etc. etc.).

But that doesn’t mean the company isn’t worth checking out — it just means that the idea that there’s a “real” value of a billion dollars hiding in this explorer is ridiculous (and yes, if the share price rose by the teased possible 2,496% noted above, it would be right up around a billion dollars in market capitalization … assuming they hadn’t also sold more shares along the way, which they almost certainly will). So that’s not going to happen … but is the stock worthwhile?

Well, it’s early days and I’m no mining expert — but they are in a big silver mining district and they do have a large area to explore with some good drilling results so far. That doesn’t make them unique, but there is some “there” there — whether it’s worth $35 million right now, or more or less, is your choice to make (it’s your money, after all — and many of you know a lot more about mining than I do). If you want an optimistic snippet the Gold Report folks have summarized a few of the pundit commentaries on Tinka here (including McCoach’s), and the company itself is very self-delighted (as they all are) in their presentation here.

Personally, I’ve recognized that I don’t want to learn enough about geology to become a junior mining stock expert or ride in helicopters to stare meaningfully at core samples (that’s largely why I tend to invest in the more diversified financiers, prospect generators and royalty companies instead — so with silver I’d probably look first at Silver Wheaton (SLW), though I don’t now own it) … so I’ll just ID the stocks for you that the mining letters are teasing, and open up the floor for comments. Anyone think Tinka looks good? Bad? Don’t be shy now …

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Marc P
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June 6, 2012 4:05 pm

There is a fellow named Dan who has established quite a good blog called The Fundamental View who got me interested in Tinka several months back (at higher prices, I may add) and he is still calling it the silver story of 2012. I’ve been stopped out for months now but have just taken a small position recently, as I think we have seen a bottom (actually double bottom confirmed) in silver – not that it can’t go lower, of course!
His most recent update on Tinka Resources can be found here:
http://thefundamentalview.blogspot.ca/search/label/Tinka%20Resources

Alan Coburn
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March 25, 2013 8:37 pm

Peru is not pretty open sewer all over lima. No middle class/the very rich would never
let Tinka export large stock profits. Mccoach is known as a dart thrower not what he says like
i go and visit the sites.the guy been at his computer in his little apartment story telling.

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wb
June 6, 2012 6:22 pm

If this is such a great company, why are the insiders selling?

http://www.canadianinsider.com/node/7?menu_tickersearch=Tinka+Resources+Limited+%7C+TK

Marc P
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Marc P
June 6, 2012 7:00 pm

Looking at your Canadian Insider website it appears that there is considerably more insider buying (green numbers) than selling (red numbers), buy a large multiple, both in volume and transactions

Dave
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Dave
June 6, 2012 11:17 pm

Those aren’t insider buys, but option grants. So they are giving themselves stock and cashing out, not a very positive sign.

Adrien
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Adrien
June 12, 2012 2:46 pm

The green are the granting of Stock Options…. not a BUY.
The RED are actual SELLS.

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magmahombre
July 26, 2012 4:07 pm
Insiders in junior companies sell for a variety of reason unrelated to the company’s fundamentals. These include 1) diversification if they have too much of their assets in the stock, 2) generate additional income to cover expenses since they often do not get sufficient billable work to generate the income they need , 3) pay back loans used to buy options even if the options were at a lower price since sellingthe stock acquired from exercising options all at once would likely be more than the market could absorb since these stocks are typically not highly liquid. Diversification sells are… Read more »
Aaron Molina
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Aaron Molina
October 12, 2013 10:52 pm

Kenneth;
I have an large epithermal deposit in Chihuahua state in the Sierra Madre Occidental, very similar to El Sausal with FeOx & Argillic alteration iside of the mining claim (18,590 hectares) I see your CUCHARAS report, too very similar at this deposit.
very truly yours,
Aaron Molina

Saabman
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Saabman
June 6, 2012 7:33 pm

I have subscribed to McCoach for aprox 3 years and, Nothing, absolutely nothing he has recommended has gone anywhere. I would call it a Disaster……Just seems strange… Shortly after his recommendations the stock falls…..Are we buying when he is selling!!???

aoibhneas
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June 6, 2012 11:33 pm
I agree with Travis’ comment about looking at SLW. Seems risk/reward would be far better than the stock under $1 highlighted here., especially with rising PM prices. Holding EXK , AUNFF and AGQ and aunff has held up well. Would be tempted to bite at PAAS if they weren’t exposed in Argentina. I don’t trust Argentina not to nationalize more foreign investment. On another note, it is amusing that “customer service” for Private Wealth Advisory complains about unfair newsletter reviews here and right away we see a plethora of highly flattering reviews about the service. Makes me want to sign… Read more »
McCoach is a liar
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McCoach is a liar
March 4, 2013 2:19 pm

Agreed Saabman. Not only is he over rated, he also does not deliver on his promises like the one he made that said he would reimburse subscriptions if targets were ot reached. In the big chew of 2008 Greg refused to reply to my emails asking where my refund was. Crook!

kenned marck
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kenned marck
August 15, 2014 11:14 pm

ugent supplier needed

Myron Martin
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October 6, 2013 8:10 am
My first experience with McCoach was identifying his earlier tease EXPLOR Resources and it may well be that more people lost money on that stock than made money as I did. While in total the stock may have been a disappointment, buying low and selling high WAS possible, I am still holding my free trading shares even after getting my money off the table with a small profit too boot. What I think happens is that “johnny come latelys” jump in AFTER the price has already risen substantially on the euphoria of a discovery expecting the price to continue rising,… Read more »
Larry
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Larry
June 7, 2012 1:18 am

I bought Mining Speculator a few weeks ago and the story on Dolly Varden silver seemed good. In a few days I was down 50%, so I asked for and received full refund for the subscription.

Stu
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June 7, 2012 3:12 pm
Dolly Varden may yet pay off. I ran into an old acquaintance who is the camp boss at the site. He was loading up supplies to stock the site and mentioned that DV was where I should put some money. He has been working in mining camps around the world for years and has given me some good tips before. I was lucky and bought in the teens so am stilling sitting even. I was surprised when the M Spec started to pump them and there was a corresponding bounce. But until news comes out I think it will languish… Read more »
Len
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Len
August 5, 2012 11:58 pm

Stu–
can you tell us any more about Dolly Varden–looks interesting

Thanks

Myron Martin
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October 6, 2013 8:26 am

I will profile it in upcoming column for irregulars when I am personally satisfied that it is a at a good buy point.

Myron Martin
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October 6, 2013 8:23 am
Stu: I have just recently had Dolly Varden come up on my radar and I concur that buying at current prices might just pay off as the market turns positive again. Juniors ARE Volatile and a 50% swing is not unprecedented, the question is whether Larry did his own “due diligence” and considered where the price had been in the past to determine whether he was actually able to BUY LOW or he tried to climb on a moving train and got thrown off. I have had more than one junior drop 50% after I bought it in my early… Read more »
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October 21, 2012 1:51 pm

The only real way to invest in silver is to hold the product in your hand. It’s had its ups and downs as gold has . But when the true financials come out of the fed you can bet Peru will nationalize it’s mining operations it will not be in favor of U.S. stock holders.

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Michael Hullevad
June 7, 2012 4:06 am

There are a lot of pump and dump in the junior mining stocks! I would never invest a penny in a miner that has not over come the upstart phase to become self financing.
I think Aurcana (AUR) is a good investment, they can finance their expansion them selves. (triple production in 2012-13, fully funded)
One company that is seriously undervalued in the resource juniors is australian Silver Mines.
They have proven silver in the ground (JORC) in a more or less mining friendly spot. Expect some action when (if) aus. premier Gilard gets kicked out of office by the voters.

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tin ear
June 7, 2012 5:20 pm

The news from Aurcana (AUNFF) is too good to be true (gold in the dore bars). A geologist friend thinks something is very fishy; Lenic may be trying to ramp up interest and sales to fund another project. Salting the mine is not nice. Tired of six months of yo-yoing, I sold all of
it yesterday.

lowpickr
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lowpickr
August 14, 2012 5:19 pm

Any idea what a dore bar is? Let me help you:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dor%C3%A9_bar

Lori
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Lori
September 13, 2012 10:01 am

Thank you.

Yehti
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Yehti
June 7, 2012 5:49 am

Yes Travis, I am as wealthy as I am witty and good looking, unfortunately.

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1paglee
June 7, 2012 1:37 pm

I believe I have seen indications that Peru is not the most friendly country for mining companies.

Myron Martin
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June 7, 2012 1:55 pm
Marc P. the first commenter made a valuable contribution by providing a link to a website that has been following Tinka since it was @ .15 and is STILL quite positive about the companies steady progress. Since this is a new one for me, (after all there are thousands of juniors out there) and nobody can follow them all, I can only comment on stocks I have followed and invested in myself over the past 3 years with several that have similarities. I will just comment that I find Dan’s analysis reasonable, and while I did not read every word… Read more »
Chris S.
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Chris S.
June 8, 2012 3:31 am
I am only holding physical gold & silver now. A couple of months back I traded 4 oz. of American Eagles for 174 oz. of silver (94 {1oz.} Austrian Philharmonics & 16 {5 oz.} America the Beautiful commemoratives. What aggravates me about the metals market is the way the big banks are allowed to illegally collude to short silver and/or gold by using paper dirivatives that represent more of the metals than actually exists above ground. Anyway, just had to get that gripe off of my chest. I am extremely interested in starting very small but buying into silver stocks… Read more »
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June 8, 2012 10:51 am
Bill, Tinka is my QMM. This Mc Coach piece ( i meet him and had a couple long conversations, and am now in touch with him on a regular basis) has beengoing on now for 3 months. Tinka has discovered, mined, made indian trinkets and done the whole nine yards. Their stock went from .30 to .70 and is now at .52, rifht where I bought it 3 years ago. Not sure what it will take to go to $3.00, (hellow Porsha). I have palsy in my fingers from keeping them crossed for so long. In any event,the purpose of… Read more »
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Fritz Autenrieth
June 9, 2012 4:29 am
Thank you Stock-Gumshoe for your great contributions and excellent support for the learning process of investors! And thank you Myron Martin for your excellent, differenciated blog contribution above, that proves matured exterience. Before torturing ourselves with too many doubts beyond normal due dilligence and carefulness, I think we should not forget the terrible context in that the brave, hard working miners, explorers and risktaking investors operate. The context is organised crime on Wallstreet, in London and the Investmentbanking worldwide. Lets not forget what the greedy predator-apes have done to the finance markets and how they betray with their ever-leverage-hunting paper… Read more »
KJ
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June 10, 2012 3:56 pm

I think these Jr. miners are interesting but can’t get over the feeling that investing in Jr miners isn’t much different than buying a lotto ticket. If you think silver is going up why not just invest in SLV?

Bill M
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June 12, 2012 11:06 pm

SLV is not backed with physical silver. PSLV is backed, but both are subject to shorting !!!
Cant win

Jim
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Jim
June 13, 2012 11:16 am

six little words

Timothy Brannan
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Timothy Brannan
July 16, 2012 1:38 am
I bought a “junior gold miner” stock that I had tracked for some time. I watched it fall to a level which I considered to be a buying opportunity. The stock was even being pumped on CNBC after I purchhased it. Subsequently, I was smart enough to write the covered call. It held it’s ground for a while and the buyout rumors even supported it. However, when it tanked, it dove like a submarine under attack. Also, I bought PAAS at a low point not realizing the Argentina implications. It fell some more too. My take: Buy a quality company… Read more »
Jack Russell
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Jack Russell
January 20, 2013 6:33 pm

Three safety deposit boxes full corresponds to my personal level of confidence in precious metals, but the use of safety deposit boxes does NOT. For all the same reasons that I have a great deal of my personal worth invested in physical silver and gold, the idea of having it behind the locked doors of an institution that the government can liquidate and have control over all contents as security against the debt keeps me much more dedicated to finding more clever and readily available methods of storage of much of what I have invested in.

Ispy
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Ispy
May 25, 2013 12:06 pm

Based on what’s going on w.r.t. banks and safety deposit boxes are you still comfortable having anything of value in them? Fwiw, I wouldn’t be.

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magmahombre
July 26, 2012 4:29 pm
TK is probably failrly valued right now. Junior exploration stock prices move on three things 1) overall upward momentum in Au and Ag prices, 2) good drilling results that imply the potential for significant expansion in measureed and indicated resources which prompts speculation on further resource expansion, and 3) anticipation of buy out bids. Most junior explorers are in the business of developing an asset and selling it to a producing company. So the question is, “Is the resource TK has developed large enough to generate a take-out offer or JV with a producer?” In my opinion, not yet. A… Read more »
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July 30, 2012 7:03 am
“The news from Aurcana (AUNFF) is too good to be true (gold in the dore bars). A geologist friend thinks something is very fishy; Lenic may be trying to ramp up interest and sales to fund another project. Salting the mine is not nice. Tired of six months of yo-yoing, I sold all of it yesterday”. Tin Ear The gold mineralization at the Presidio mine site is an historic fact so it is not surprising that Shafter would have gold present in some of their ore. Lenic has sold his shareholders off to institutions when all he had to do… Read more »
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Shaun Haskins
August 21, 2012 4:17 pm

There is a miner in southern Peru named Bearcreek, BCEKF, that appears to be sitting on a LARGE mountain of silver. Possibly worth checking out. Go to bearcreekmining.com. Appears viable. I get fliers in the mail pushing small oil companies for usually under $ 2.00 a share and when you wait 2 months to check on the price it is anywhere from 7 to 30 cents a share. Hype it up. We hav to watch this touting. Rarely pans out.

Myron Martin
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August 21, 2012 5:17 pm
Having proven resources as Bearcreek does is not of an by itself proof that the company is a good investment. While I haven’t followed the company lately enough to express an opinion as to its current viability anyone contemplating buying this stock needs to do some very in-depth due diligence and certainly not rely one any one hyped promotion based on partial facts. The simplified perspective that it has fallen so far it MUST be a bargain is a TRAP that many unsophisticated investors fall into with a little push from unscrupulous promoters. It matters not how many millions of… Read more »
Neil M Campbell
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Neil M Campbell
August 21, 2012 5:56 pm

This isn’t Vegas! Patience is the key gentlemen. The gld/slv charts are coiled like a snake ready to strike.
Wait for market confirmation. Sept. and early Oct. should provide market insight. If the Germans refuse to bail southern Europe put on your life jackets.

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October 5, 2013 3:07 pm
You do realise that the USA and Britain PRINT trillions of worthless paper Dollars and Pounds? You do realise that Britain’s debt is greater than the combined Debt of the Southern Europe Countries you refer to? What the Southern European Countries can NOT do is PRINT worthless PAPER Euros. If they could, maybe some would. I can talk for Italy only. The people voted in a Referendum to pay MORE taxes to enable their Country to be in the 1st Phase of the Nations Joining the Euro. Wasn’t it FIAT (ITALIAN) that saved GM and Chrysler? The whole idea of… Read more »
Myron Martin
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October 6, 2013 9:03 am
Always interesting to get views from outside America, so welcome aboard. You said: “What the Southern European Countries can NOT do is PRINT worthless PAPER Euros.” and my response would be, but they can certainly spend them irresponsibly! The simple fact is the whole experiment with “fiat currency” since Nixon took us of the gold standard in 1971 has proven to be a colossal failure because there is no longer any checks or balances to keep politicians and bankers colluding to create currency out of thin air. I say currency because I do not want to dignify their irresponsibility by… Read more »
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Kojak
September 6, 2012 10:38 am

Bear Creek Mining fell drastically because the Peruvian government withdrew the licence Bear Creek had obtained (people 250 miles south of their new mine barricaded roads, etc because they believed the mine would poison the environment. BC are taking legal action against the Peruvian government. Who knows ….

Slick Rick
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Slick Rick
September 18, 2012 4:13 pm

Six magic words ” Fool and his Money soon parted”
If ya want a good BIO Pharma on the NASDAQ and not some PUMPED crap OTCBB , Pink or Canadian LOOK into ANTH …… BIG MONEY can be made with this one …..not some pipe dream crap! Do your own research on ANTH!

Brother Jim
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Brother Jim
June 1, 2013 12:11 pm

Meanwhile, seven months later, ANTH has lost about half its value. Just sayin’.

Cathy
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October 3, 2012 8:53 am
Speculating to me is like fishing, the thrill the bite ,the sweet words fish on, your senses go to a new level, the words call over to you don’t let him turn keep the line taught and everyone who has used that word has a different meaning then you hear get the net easy he’s seen us he’s making a run keep the line taught new meaning now ,new senses also don’t let him got the net right here, turn good job you got him boy it’s a big one how can you tell the water is so dark cause… Read more »
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dutchess
November 27, 2012 2:30 pm

Travis, this is a thank you for your insights. You have actually saved me hundreds of dollars. You give me “the other side of the story”. I tend to get caught up in a well-written , rosy view newsletter teaser. I need the voice of reason and you provide that for me. Thank you so much. Alison

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healthscare
December 8, 2012 10:14 pm
Everyone will have noticed the gold buying establishments that are sprouting up all over the place and funny enough in every country. When you quiz them as to how much they are paying for your bent or broken gold its a fraction of what the current at the time price for gold is, everyone should be concerned about this as the poor working class are being stiffed monumentally on this scam, and come the 1st of January 2013 all will be revealed to that unsuspecting general public. We are going back to the gold standard, all banks and governments will… Read more »
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Andy Smailes
January 4, 2013 6:14 am

McCoach is seriously out in his melodramatic calls for silver to go higher. When it approached $50 dollars a year or so ago he was shrieking for it to double in a month. I question what his own holdings are.

Jack Russell
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Jack Russell
January 20, 2013 7:16 pm

He was early. But time will tell how prescient he is. Of course, you don’t have to be a seer to figure out that gold and silver have quite a run ahead of them. All you have to do is look around and see if anyone is printing ‘money’ out of thin air.

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McCoach is a liar
March 4, 2013 2:22 pm

true but there is timing then theres timing. We all ultimately know the price will rise with time but a broken clock is right twice a day. He needs to qualify a timeframe

REUEL NAIDOO
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REUEL NAIDOO
March 2, 2013 11:02 am

interested in buying silver stock shares,what do i do next…thank you.

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REUEL NAIDOO
March 2, 2013 12:48 pm

good day,please advise me on how do i go about purchaseing silver stocks as an investment.

Ispy
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Ispy
May 25, 2013 12:09 pm

CAREFULLY with lots of DD!!!

WILLIAM
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March 24, 2013 1:03 pm
BUY PHYSICAL ON DIPS. I feel relatively certain that holding an ounce in your hand is much better than buying a stock in a country that could nationalize reserves in the ground and leave you with nothing. The added costs in smelting will also weigh heavy on the miners as we go forward. Inflation, which is what is needed to advance precious metals, will also cause energy cost to advance increasing the production costs that limit the profit margins on even the most efficient miners. Of all the paper mining investments I would only choose one with a royalty program… Read more »
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April 23, 2013 1:32 pm

Thanks for saving me 50 dollars on the MS news letter.

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Ispy
May 25, 2013 12:14 pm

Hey Travis – Someone on the Tinka Resources (TKRFF) says you’re touting Tinka as a way of selling your newsletter. Is this true?

http://finance.yahoo.com/mb/TKRFF/

Jan
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June 1, 2013 10:23 am

Just had to say “Thank you” once again for saving me from jumping into a subscription that was useless (have many of them) Keep up the good work .

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Bosko
June 27, 2013 9:51 am

Great site guys. I have a pretty good junior mining stock pick myself. I have gone the whole 9 yards on this little baby. TAG OIL. They have hit Black Gold in New Zealand. They have 11 wells and counting. I certainly think this small mining company is going places. All the best of luck to all you Savy investers. Lol From OZ

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June 27, 2013 10:15 am

Nice to get confirmation from a local re TAG OIL, see my article coming out to-morrow for the irregulars re N. Zealand black gold. Not to be outdone, will be profiling a great Canadian pick with natural gas holdings that are highly profitable even if price retreats to $3. range.

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Dave
September 30, 2013 10:48 am

The Tinka story—it’s baaaaaack.
http://www.angelnexus.com/o/web/50522
The price of TKRFF has subsided to about 50 cents after hitting ~1.20 back in April.
http://chart.finance.yahoo.com/z?s=TKRFF&t=2y&l=off&q=l&z=m&p=%2Cm100&a=&c=

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October 1, 2013 5:41 pm
TINKA is not back, it never left. The promo from McCoach has been running for years with very little change. I agree with an earlier commenter that McCoach needs to quantify his timing, but in fairness, the last 18 months are unprecedented as a market experience. The KEY is separating company fundamentals from market sentiment. Junior miners have to be assessed very differently from the way establishment analysts rate regular stocks. McCoach is very good at identifying early stage stocks, but it takes a lot of patience and sometimes nimble trading to realize profits when the market is as fickle… Read more »
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Bosko
October 1, 2013 2:34 am

Beware of the Wolf in Sheeps Clothing. Always do your own research & be very careful of any pump & dump stocks. Beware of any patterns in any newsletters that seem to pump these stocks. Those who read more know more. Knoledge is priceless$$$$$

Myron Martin
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October 1, 2013 5:50 pm

I think the most important thing you said was; “Those who read more know more.” but having recommended TAG OIL myself 6 weeks or so ago, the fact remains that any stock in the junior field in particular can make a U turn in either direction and frequently do so!
Any stock you want to talk about, somebody will be cursing an analyst because their TIMING was not perfect, even though the stock itself may pay off big IF it is bought at the right price and also SOLD at a profit when available instead of hanging on indefinitely.

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Bosko
October 2, 2013 5:40 am

That’s very true. Tag Oil first got my attention when it was at just $2.73. I think their is alot potentional in this little baby.

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October 5, 2013 10:39 am

just got back from peru again amazon jungle. you people do a wonderful service but there’s always a but. why would you promote a person like mc coach he belongs in prison for the people he’s misled.
ps i even looked for him in mirsflores the only real safe place outside of lima. i should have gone to the markets to see if anybody was in trying to sharpen darts
sincerely.
al coburn
ps i have a couple of sreen doors for sale for submarines call me after you try them if they don’t work i’ll even pick up the shipping

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October 6, 2013 1:59 am

First of all. Who the hell is mc? & i dont need any submarines screen doors. But a millon dollars would be nice. I do my own research on these stocks & i believe that Tag Oil is on the right track but dont take my word for it. People should always do their own research. I have been watching this stock for well over 6 months. Like the old saying goes. Its not all gold that shines. One thing i got taught was never trust politions & ceos large coperations.

Myron Martin
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October 6, 2013 7:54 am
I don’t disagree with anything you have said, McCoach is largely irrelevant, it is really the fundamentals of the company that actually count, and those who have done their homework are probably the ones who found a good entry point and have made money with Tinka. The disgruntled analyst bashers are probably the ones who invested blindly on a glowing report that failed to evaluate market sentiment at the time, or they did not have the patience to hold until the thesis was proven up. As for screen doors for submarines, there is a product on the market than you… Read more »
Myron Martin
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October 13, 2013 4:41 pm
Have done a little further research given all the comments on McCoach and Tinka: There has been quite a bit of chatter on the website about Greg McCoach and his Tinka recommendation and I see a tendency to focus in with a very narrow and short term view while ignoring the BIG PICTURE. I have been stressing that investors need to separate company fundamentals from current market sentiment, while holding a long term view! In hockey terms, Wayne Gretzky’s perspective of skating to where the play is going rather than where it is, and by analogy that is what we… Read more »
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