By Thom – Published on January 13, 2012
Thom @ Large: Bull Market Boosts Donations By Thom Calandra BAMAKO, Mali — I am seeing more and more metals companies discover that "giving in the field" is compatible with their goals. The "greater giving" comes as a bull market continues, albeit with a bit of bull bucking &...
Published on January 6, 2012
[caption id="attachment_1122" align="alignright" width="112" caption="Taylor MacDonald"][/caption] "Well-structured deals, quality assets and high-octane management teams with "enough cash to get through the next year or two" are what Pathfinder Asset Management Limited's Associate Portfolio...
By Jeremy – Published on January 4, 2012
Our friends at Stock New Now have become quite the regulars at Cambridge House Conferences helping spread the word while building the quality and character of the shows. Shelly Kraft, CEO of Stock News Now, is always enthusiastic to get face to face with the speakers, exhibitors and Cambridge...
Published on January 1, 2012
[caption id="attachment_1102" align="alignright" width="296" caption="Refineries in Deer Park, Texas. (David J. Phillip/AP)"][/caption] Fuel is now the top U.S. export. The Associated Press reports that America is on pace to ship out more gasoline, diesel and jet fuel than anything else in 2011....
Published on December 31, 2011
China has become the $5.88 trillion question in the world financial equation for 2012. In an attempt to gauge the direction of this economic elephant, Cambridge House International is asking two China experts to debate the health of the second-largest economy at the Vancouver Resource Investment...
Published on December 31, 2011
"With near panic in the gold and silver markets, today King World News interviewed John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist of the $10 billion strong Sprott Asset Management to get his take on where he sees gold, silver and the mining shares headed. When asked about the action in gold, Embry said,...
Published on December 31, 2011
Jeff Berwick, founder and editor of the Dollar Vigilante newsletter, and undoubtedly our most controversial speaker, looks ahead to 2012 in this wide ranging interview with Phil Mackesy of HoweStreet.com. Watch:
Published on December 30, 2011
Just a note to congratulate Joe Weisenthal, deputy editor at Business Insider, on being named 'Business Journalist Of The Year' by Talking Biz News. Check out the tribute piece Joe's boss Henry Blodget wrote over at Business Insider. You also gotta follow Joe on Twitter: @TheStalwart. We...
Published on December 29, 2011
"A year of tragedy, a year of conflict, a year of reflection, and for some, a year of hope."
Published on December 29, 2011
According to Jim Letourneau, author of the Big Picture Speculator, oil and gas aren't going away any time soon. Indeed, new technologies offer the industry and investors profitable opportunities. Read more about why Letourneau considers shale gas, shale oil and enhanced oil recovery "game...
Published on December 29, 2011
James West isn't interested in timing the precious metals market—that's a good way to end up butchering perfectly good investments. As the editor of The Midas Letter and portfolio advisor of the Midas Letter Opportunity Fund, West doesn't even check the daily trading of the stocks he's following....
Published on December 28, 2011
Tyler Bollhorn, featured speaker at our upcoming 2012 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, shares some tips on simple ways to manage risk in volatile stocks. See Tyler speak within the Cambridge Investor College at 11:00am, January 22 and 23, 2012 at the Vancouver Resource Investment...
By Thom – Published on December 27, 2011
By Thom Calandra www.babybulls.com MOSCOW -- Just back from Russia, where I was researching what might be a diamond in the rough. More on that early next year after some double-D. I returned from Moscow on Saturday, when 100,000 or so Russians demonstrated peacefully amidst slush, ice and...
Published on December 26, 2011
By David Morgan In days gone by Silver was not an investment it was money, in fact silver passed through more hands in everyday commerce than any other real money including gold. I state real money to distinguish silver money from modern paper money, which has flooded the world “money”...
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