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This is a late continuation of the predecessor thread titled: “Gold, Silver, and Hard Assets…FALL 2017”…from which, I quote: “Everyone makes mistakes and I make more than my share.”  Well, I nailed that one. In 2018, overall my picks were not successful.  Many of the mining speculations were duds. Plus the commodity price landscape was […]

The intro from today’s teaser ad sounds pretty similar to lots of other ads we’ve seen with a commodity or gold focus… “URGENT INVESTMENT ALERT: “Miss this chance to buy these resource stocks now, while they’re dirt cheap, and you’ll regret it for years… “Three ‘Bounce-Back Mining Belters’ to Buy NOW” But today the big […]

Christian DeHaemer was an eager evangelist for “blood in the streets” investing many years ago, when we first started covering his hyped-up hints about earthshaking discoveries and — but it’s not the the Rothschild “buy when there’s blood in the streets” dictum, it’s quite a bit more literal. He has long talked of buying stocks […]

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    What ever happened to $AXTI?...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Short answers? Not interested; Don't know the details of that MLP, but I think it's generally good when General Partner...

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    What do you think about MDRPF (Midas Gold) as an investment? Is Enlink going to make it? Whatever happened to that HIMAX...

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    I just wanted to say thank you for all you do....

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    I , like a dummy fell for Michael Robinsons promo, and bought AXTI at 7.76 per share because of analysis prediction of...

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  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Sounds very similar to an ad that Michael Robinson was running last Spring, he turned out to be teasing AXTI and you can...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    We covered that 'shape shifting smart metal' pitch when it ran the first time, back in May: https://www.stockgumshoe.com...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    There was some kind of shakeup a while back, with the founder coming back and re-taking the CEO job... maybe that was re...

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