By Robert – Published on December 5, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Divergence With less than a month to go in 2014 investors are faced with the question, what gives? The relationship that exists between an expanding global economy and the demand for its natural resources from the emerging markets is absent. As we’ve...
By Robert – Published on November 30, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Swiss Votes…No In the wake of the Swiss referendum on whether the central bank should increase their allocation to gold, investors are tasked with the question, is the no vote yet another reason to be bearish on gold at present time. Voters clearly rejected...
By Sean – Published on November 28, 2014
Uranium stocks may soon be on the radar of investors again as the spot price of the underlying commodity surged to recent high US$44 a pound, up 28% from year-ago levels and about 57% since bottoming out at US$28 during the summer. The following five speculative stocks could get a big boost if...
By Sean – Published on November 21, 2014
CHF Capital Markets Executive Vice President Mark Lackey offers up his insight on the recent gold price decline, reveals some factors investors should consider before buying a junior resource stock, and mentions a small energy name he likes that’s set to begin production. WATCH THE INTERVIEW...
Published on November 19, 2014
The intelligent, entertaining and enlightening Grant Williams delivered a wonderful presentation at our recent Canvest Toronto Conference in September. He draws parallels to turn of the century wars and explains where he believes we are on the Kondratiev wave. Enjoy,
By Jeremy – Published on November 18, 2014
Jeremy here, Last week I had the opportunity to travel through Germany and Switzerland with 15 public companies. The trip was hosted by The Canadian Securities Exchange and Zimtu Capital Corp. Our good friend Chris Berry was a keynote speaker and acted as an MC during the presentations and...
By Robert – Published on November 16, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Geopolitics Plays Interference It seems that once again the direction or trend playing out in the markets has been interrupted by geopolitical tensions heating up between Russia, Ukraine, and the Western powers. Precious metals finished the week on higher...
By Sean – Published on November 14, 2014
Small cap fund manager Steven Palmer of AlphaNorth Asset Management spoke with Gravitas Financial’s Vikas Ranjan recently about October’s stock market sell off and why he believes the broader trend will continue. As well, he explains why he doesn’t have any sector biases and hints that he’s...
By Robert – Published on November 8, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Game Changer Friday was the best single day for gold in 14 months. This is as the markets seem to be playing a risk-on, risk-off tug of war with the US dollar. Despite the strong dollar trade dominating as we witnessed through the beginning of the week, it...
By Robert – Published on October 26, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here There Will Be Haircuts It’s puzzling why Europe is more an issue now than it was a few months ago. It seems the market has finally come to grips with the fact that their economy is stagnating, and hopes for growth are diminishing. Disinflation remains a...
By Sean – Published on October 24, 2014
Newsletter writer Thom Calandra attempts to explain the recent sell off in gold and why he believes hyperinflation isn’t required to move the price higher. He also outlines some of the warnings signs investors should be wary of before putting money into any of these names and mentions some of...
By Robert – Published on October 18, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Fed Free It’s a challenge to put a finger on what was the most significant event that took place in financial markets this past week. It might have been the price of crude oil further deteriorating to touch below 80 dollars a barrel for a brief instance on...
By Sean – Published on October 17, 2014
Newsletter writer John Kaiser, of Kaiserbottomfish.com, describes why he thinks the gold price has been selling off recently and why it could be stuck in a trading range for several years. He also weighs in on the underperformance of small cap stocks and reveals which type of junior miners he likes...
Published on October 16, 2014
Cambridge House: You were one of the originators of the Silver Summit. Tell us a bit about why the event began. Did it fill a need for the industry? David Morgan: At the time there was no silver focused event anywhere in the world.  With silver near the five dollar per ounce level and knowing...
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