By Ryan – Published on May 5, 2014
Equity financings in the mining sector have decreased significantly in April 2014 from the prior month. After a sharp sell off in March the S&P/TSX Capped Diversified Metals & Mining Index has steadily climbed to 870 points and observing the 3 month chart below shows a steady and...
By Robert – Published on May 3, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here Upbeat Economy, Beaten Down Markets Equity markets on Friday provided no indication that the April jobs report exhibited the best growth in payrolls since January of 2012, or second best since the US escaped recession in mid-2009. With payroll numbers as...
By Sean – Published on May 1, 2014
Osisko Mining Corporation’s (TSX: OSK) takeover fight appears to be over. On April 21, 2014, Goldcorp (NYSE: GG) bowed out of the bidding despite increasing its takeover offer to $7.65 a share. The bid, though, fell short of the $3.9 billion, or $8.15 per share, 50-50 joint offer from both Yamana...
By Keith – Published on April 29, 2014
Editors Note: Keith will be speaking at the Canadian Investor Conference June 1&2 -  Subscribe to him today. This stock is not an OGIB portfolio stock.   But I did enough research on it I didn't want to think those hours had gone to waste.... I want to tell you a story about two...
By Robert – Published on April 25, 2014
Visit Border Gold Here What Happened to the American Dream? A survey from Luxembourg Income Study Database (LIS) has made headlines this week from an article in the New York Times. The topic was on the lagging pace of income growth for the American middle class compared to the rest of...
By Sean – Published on April 25, 2014
Dynamic Funds Portfolio Manager Robert Cohen believes there are five factors that will be positive for the gold price in 2014. He discusses the significant role played by the ETFs and describes what happened in the late 1990s that triggered a bit of a collective “heart attack” throughout the...
By Ryan – Published on April 24, 2014
We are seeing continued momentum in the resource sector and are optimistic about the recovery of the Canadian equities. Financings in the mining sector have increased in both volume and capital raised in the last few months as companies are ramping up for exploration and development...
Published on April 17, 2014
By Henry Bonner (hbonner@sprottglobal.com) Read On Sprott > As metals prices boomed during the last decade, small explorers and big miners spent billions of shareholder dollars seeking new deposits. Investors wanted the high rewards of a discovery as metals soared in price. At $1,900 per...
Published on April 15, 2014
From our friends at Casey Research Watch the full movie here Official Trailer Russia tried to destroy US dollar with China - clip from Meltdown America documentary
Published on April 14, 2014
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By Robert – Published on April 14, 2014
  Visit Border Gold Here Does Greece returning to the sovereign debt markets indicate the worst of the euro crisis is now behind us? That question cannot be answered with any certainty. But does the fact that this country was unable to go to the public debt markets since 2010, and now...
Published on April 11, 2014
By Frank Holmes Read on usfunds.com here April 10, 2014 India has kicked off the world’s largest election this week, with its national elections that will run fromApril 7 through May 12. The second-most populous country, India is home to 1.2 billion people. The size of the voting...
By Keith – Published on April 11, 2014
There is a multi-billion dollar problem in the oil patch just looking for a solution—get oil to flow better along the horizontal leg of a well. A small Canadian company called Raise Production Inc. (RPC-TSXv; GLKFF-PINK) thinks it may have the answer. They have developed a way to place many...
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