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 Thom – Published on September 10, 2012
The Calandra Report Gold: Almost All You Need Know | (Subscribe Here) September 10, 2012 • Shows, Shows & More Darn Shows • Redemption ... & A Mamma-Tibi/Abba Mia TCR Question: How do you know whether the executives and geos you follow are attending the correct...
By Thom – Published on August 30, 2012
The Calandra Report Gold: All You Need Know  REPUBLIC OF POP -- I am not one for coined phrases, mottos and slogans. In this case: I cave. Wave the white flag Timing rules. I am back with the classic newsletter that coined the phrase “Melt-Up” for metals equities … and the same one...
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 4, 2012
By Thom Calandra www.babybulls.com PHNOM PENH -- There is some harmony in my visit to Cambodia, a nation of 14 million and neighbour to Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. [caption id="attachment_1394" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Tuk-tuks can outpace taxis in Phnom...
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 February 11, 2012
By Thom Calandra @ Large www.babybulls.com CAPE TOWN -- A large Russian gold project, kissing cousin to Kinross' Kupol Mine in Chukotka, this week made its deal-flow debut. Geologist Andy Smith and negotiator and Sharprock Resources CEO Harp Sangha "put it out there" to minerals bankers...
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...
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 &...
By Joe – Published on November 1, 2011
[caption id="attachment_502" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Day 4 and the team is all smiles!"][/caption] There is something magical happening on the 2011 Zimtu Road Trip through several European cities. The trip started in Hamburg with ten companies presenting to investment bankers....
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