Sea Change in Gold Forthcoming

We’ve written on this topic before and I am compelled to make this point again, even more emphatically. While persistent deflationary conditions that last for years are certainly not bullish for gold, the threat of deflation IS actually bullish for gold. … Continued

It’s All About The Benjamins

The only story that matters across global financial markets right now is the parabolic ascent of the US dollar:   The implications of what ‘excessive’ US dollar strength could lead to across global financial markets has created a recent environment … Continued

Continental Remains Highly Undervalued Relative to Peers

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A couple of charts from Dundee Research highlight the relative cheapness of Continental Gold (CNL.TO) shares even after yesterday’s groundbreaking environmental permit approval announcement by its neighbor Red Eagle Mining (RD.V):   Continental’s Buriticá  project is high-grade and relatively good … Continued

Canamax Energy CEO Brad Gabel on what’s preventing M&A in the oilpatch

At the Subscriber Investment Summit in Toronto last week, Energy and Gold took in 15 presentations from leading junior mining and energy CEOs hand picked by three well known investment newsletter writers. One company, Canamax Energy (CAC.V), was introduced as the largest … Continued

Daily Commodity Chart Wrap

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Daily Commodity Chart Wrap 3/9/2015:   Copper Marginal Cost Percentiles The 90th percentile cost of producing copper is currently roughly $2.25/lb, it’s interesting that this level also coincides with the 200-month moving average (the same moving average where copper found … Continued

Nasdaq 5,000: 3 Reasons for Caution

Last week the Nasdaq Composite reached the big round number 5000 level which it hasn’t seen since the tech bubble days of early 2000. A few other interesting things happened last week that should serve to add caution to investors … Continued

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