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I saw today tucked into a post that Jeff Clark is leaving the Casey team. I wonder if having to sell his positions was a deal breaker. He was an interesting writer to follow. Anyone know what he may be up to? Also, I noticed the various portfolios have been renamed as well.

Any thoughts on this? This opened at .90 and went over $8 then back down. Sprott and someone in the Soros clan is involved. The concept is intriguing but they are avoiding a US exposure for now. They are focusing on Asia and Europe but domiciled in Cananda. Might be interesting to follow.

I would love to hear anyone’s thoughts on this. I subscribe to a few of Casey’s newsletters. I fear that he might bring more hype to these letters. I am comfortable taking some speculative risks for longer term gain which is why I got into these letters. I am long FNV, SLW, FSM, and RBY […]

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On Microblog: Cash Rebate?

Thanks! I knew someone saw that BS.[...]

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On Add on buy in gold

Not sure this can be considered a Junior, but I like Lundin Gold and the Fruta del Norte deposit they are developing. I have read a lot about the Lundins and respect their work. I am a long term holder. This will be a wild ride up and down. Hang on! I[...]

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On June Idea of the Month: Silly Little Banks

heavy trading recently. any thoughts on waiting for a pullback or jumping in at almost 50 cent Canadian?[...]

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On Microblog: Crisis Speculator article

He has been talking about Columbia recently. Maybe he has some stock ideas instead of just real estate development. I wish I had the money for a second home there but I am not quite in that bracket yet. Maybe an index fund? I am curious as to what othe[...]

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On Microblog: Casey Research editors no longer allowed to own stocks they research.

I see that they eliminated the Energy newsletters and Ed Steer's gold market commentary too. Too bad I am not wealthy enough just to join Katusa's hedge fund. I bet he makes a killing in the next decade. He is a very smart and successful guy.[...]

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On Microblog: Casey Research editors no longer allowed to own stocks they research.

I am sure that is why Katusa left. He had massive positions in some of those recommendations.[...]

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On Microblog: Casey Research editors no longer allowed to own stocks they research.

I don't plan on selling anything because of this. I am still long a number of these gold mining and royalty company stocks. And I plan to keep adding as funds allow. My family probably thinks I am nuts, but the leverage these stocks give will be obvious[...]

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On Microblog: Jim Rickards` Impact System

Yes. Thanks for your input. And I agree that it wouldn't be fair to blab all the trades for any service. That is unfair to paying subscribers. More simply, I have been curious which services people are happy with (i.e. making money!). And cheers to Tr[...]

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On Microblog: Jim Rickards` Impact System

tomt Was that 50% gain a buy / sell signal from the Impact service? Still toying with allocating a smallish dollar amount to such speculation. Maybe $5000 or so total. Then splitting up into 10 bets and hopefully rolling the winners forward.[...]

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On Microblog: Jim Rickards` Impact System

Good points. And yes, they are trying to sell a service of course. This service seems to be options on either stocks or maybe indexes of some sort as he mentions "built in leverage." Options can be lucrative occasionally but as someone questioned "how m[...]

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On Microblog: Jim Rickards` Impact System

My guess is that this is an options trading service. Even if they have good ideas, won't the opportunities get diminished by too many people chasing too few options chains? Also, I seem to remember reading about some traders betting against the recommend[...]

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On Microblog: Jim Rickards` Impact System

Anyone have recent experience with this trading service? I am curious but it is pricey.[...]

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