By Nicholas – Published on October 28, 2017
Don't ever let anyone tell you that hard work doesn't pay off. When Marin Katusa first sat down with Rick Rule in 2004, it hadn't been long since left a job teaching calculus. Not to say that teachers aren't important, but the position he currently occupies is a far cry from that...
By Nicholas – Published on October 11, 2017
About a week ago a 5.4 magnitude earthquake shook the Antofagasta region of Chile, which is home to some of the world's most productive copper mines. The news was probably responsible for the pop in copper's price that we saw last week, but the rise we are seeing in the copper market now...
By Nicholas – Published on September 22, 2017
It is fair to suggest that the low and high for copper's recent rally are probably in place. Copper opened the month well above $3usd/pound, and as the week draws to a close, it has fallen below $2.90usd/pound. The red metal started its rise from below $2.50usd/pound, which is a pretty hefty...
By Nicholas – Published on September 9, 2017
Copper prices have been tearing higher lately. Over the last week the red metal traded over $7,000usd/tonne, which logged some of the highest prices in years. There has been a lot of speculation that the rise in prices isn't justified by market fundamentals. But over the medium term, there are...
Published on August 31, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2jI6Hx0wu0&feature=youtu.be&list=PLFDJWb6LJdV5FfXTHdJQmhSN9CUZrObbx 00:00:09 As the introductions that start up my name is Paul West-Sells. I'm the president CEO of Western Copper and Gold. Western Copper and Gold is that a very simple company...
By Nicholas – Published on August 25, 2017
Copper rose Monday, and came within a few pennies of the $3/pound mark in New York trading. This is the highest price for copper since 2014, and there appear to be a number of factors supporting its rally off June lows. Most of the other base metals have followed copper higher, and zinc is close to...
By Mickey – Published on August 13, 2017
00:00:09 I'm going to talk about copper as Ellis led you to know. Nice pun by the way. I'm the mercenary geologist basically geologist for hire. You can find me at mercenarygeologist.com. My Twitter feed is @mercenarygeo, 681,000 Twitter followers, about 6,500 subscribers to my...
Published on July 26, 2017
Copper prices have been on a tear over the last few months, and this week the red metal has posted some of the strongest prices in the last two years. While there is still a surplus in the market, it may not be enough to break the rally. Strong data from China has been cited as one of the...
By Thom – Published on May 21, 2012
Nation Prepares To Revel But hey, how about those prepagos? Thom @ Large In Antioquia By Thom Calandra www.babybulls.com MEDELLIN, Colombia – Underground treasure is surfacing in this nation of 50 million; in some cases, it is coming out of the gabinete. We’re talking gold....
By Thom – Published on March 20, 2012
By Thom Calandra @ Large www.babybulls.com SAN FRANCISCO -- A China-centric gold developer says China's consumer price inflation is understated and real estate developers will melt down if the nation's banks step away from largely vacant offices, subdivisions and warehouses. The informed...
By Thom – Published on March 1, 2012
By Thom Calandra OYADAO BORDER CAMP -- Cambodia explorer Angkor Gold is little known to travelers who visit this country to tick off Buddhist temples and irrawaddy fresh-water dolphins flipping in the Mekong River. [caption id="attachment_1356" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="They...
By Thom – Published on January 30, 2012
By Thom Calandra www.babybulls,com VANCOUVER, Canada -- Ordinary folks go to investment shows to advertise their fears. Not to buy. That's what I call fup-the-duck. This holds for most shows in most market moods: up, down, euphoria, despair. Insecurity. Torrents of sweat for those who don't...
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