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This is just a quick note to let you know that I sold my holdings in Rayonier (RYN) after the earnings release this morning. I did so with some reluctance, since their strategic changes are going to make Rayonier a better company going forward… but I also think they will make it a worse investment […]

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    #no ticker....DRC politics...reading the link provided by Cowboy, I have confidence that Ivanhoe and the Chinese can pro...

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    When he mentioned Ted Turner, I know that he has made a huge investment in timber, which is a major investment for the w...

  • arch1

    Travis Thank you for this.. Mining, as also other extractive industry producing commodities always seems to have small p...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Congratulations, Myron. I believe wholeheartedly in diversification, because no one is going to be right for very long ...

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    I live in Eastern Oregon and we have plenty of uncontrolled fires.And we have virtually no effort made to salvage any of...

  • DrKSSMDPhD

    Hi geoff: $AKAO's grants (non-dilutive) have been from BARDA. I don't think we'll see similar action for $SCYX because t...

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    jking In reply to question; controlled burning in conifer forests is a very good practice when done right in the Pacif...

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    Not to hype or "de-hype" any of these related stocks...but deforestation is an old-wives-tale in much of the world. Yes...

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    In any event....there are seemingly millions of timber framed houses in the US. I remember seeing a family called the Wa...

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    Weather note for states East of Oregon, it gets here first. Snowing for the third time since daybreak. Awoke to about an...

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    When the Vikings were exploring for new lands, (a mini population explosion in their home country ) , they quickly found...

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    I do try to stay out of it. No gentle pushes from me! One of the retired founders of a large group of internists is a pa...

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    About three weeks ago, i was bothered by Rayonier's performance, sold it and bought PLUM CREEK TIMBER CO in its place. ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I generally like Leucadia, but it's baffling and very time consuming to analyze. Looks like their "rescue" of Jefferies...

  • Jim Skelton

    Frank: Want to know why and how MJ was criminalized. Use your research skills and do this: Google William Randolph Hur...

  • takeprofits

    Hardly surprising, that is precisely what plants (and tree's do) and that is WHY organic foods are so superior, they pro...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Nope, I haven't read that -- I have read a few of his articles over the years and generally like his ideas for diversify...

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    I am in total agreement Von. The problem here is that if you examine virtually everything you own, it is very hard to fi...

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    A reader just noted -- and he's right -- that I should have also mentioned the other ETF, ticker WOOD, which is mor...

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    Are trees a resource? There are more trees in this country now than in the 1900's because of improved ability to fi...

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    I am self employed in the timber industry ( consulting forester and log broker) and can testify there will be no recover...

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    Deltic timber is sitting on a lot of shale- it's also a possible nat gas play- but not in the immediate future....

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    The investing pundits seem to think the commodity moves in general are all still China-driven -- positive now, negative ...

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    Today that drunk on the park bench is probably a former Wall Street trader, so buyer beware! And yes, I tend to menti...

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    Newshide,,,,,,I believe the report that Mr. Mining Man is referring to is Old News. We are all waiting for the report w...

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    Good point, Ponce. I like timber, too, particularly as a hedge (I've held Rayonier for years in the "timber" portion of...

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    Timber is a good hedge against fast changing economies. If it does not sell during housing crisis it just keep on growin...

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    According to Chris Meyer in his "Capital & Cisis" newsletter, BAM is set to spin off it's infrastructure division somet...

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