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POSTED ON July 30, 2014 BY CEO Technician

A tour de force post from Lance Roberts on the end of QE: “The End of QE: Some Common Misunderstandings” After delving into the history and shortcomings of the Federal Reserve’s 5+ year QE program, Mr. Roberts concludes with the following: “The point here is simple. The ending of the current QE program is an effective… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 30, 2014 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Sample & Subscribe Today is our daughter’s birthday, 15 years, and here I thought I’d have a Michigan portfolio parcel at her door. I just spoke with Mike Carr at Bitterroot Resources. Deviation is a bad thing in exploration drilling. It ends with no birthday present from Michigan. The meta-sediments at Bitteroot… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 30, 2014 BY CEO Technician

Mega gold producer Newmont Mining (NEM) reported 2nd quarter results today which narrowly surpassed consensus estimates while raising 2014 production guidance. From our perch the most interesting part of the report came in the form of slide #9 from NEM’s earnings release presentation: Click to enlarge This is an important slide because it shows that Newmont… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 30, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

Avanti Mining (AVT:TSX) has been a dog for the better part of four years with the share price collapsing from a high in 2010 of $0.37 to a low in April of $0.04 per share. After securing their mining permit and signing off with the First Nations groups in the area this past June, the company announced today… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

After the markets closed today, Mason Graphite (LLG:TSXV), the company that is developing the Lac Gueret graphite project in Quebec announced the results of recent drilling and they are impressive. In hole LG-491 the company intersected 98 metres of 29.8% carbon as graphite (Cg) including an interval of 56 metres of 36.2% Cg with mineralization starting from surface.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

As we have mentioned in numerous articles on CEO.CA, the Canadian diamond exploration sector is piquing the interest of investors for the first time in many years. Today, Canadian business billionaire and legend James (Jimmy) Pattison of The Pattison Group ($8.1 billion in sales last year; everything from car dealerships to billboards to forest products) announced… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY CEO Technician

The vast majority of gold miner charts share a familiar chart pattern that has been forming during the last year, the head & shoulders bottom: Click to enlarge GDX Weekly This pattern is now at a crucial inflection point which could be resolved within the next week. In addition to the bullish seasonal period we are… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

After Asanko Gold (AKG:TSX) recently announced that its Board of Directors approved the Phase I build of their gold mine in Ghana, the company released better than expected metallurgical test results from the satellite, Dynamite Hill, deposit. On July 17, Asanko announced that they got the green light to build Phase I of their Asanko Gold Project which… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Roughly $70 million in market capitalization has been wiped off Petromanas Energy over the past two weeks, as shares in the Albanian focused oil and gas explorer have tumbled from $0.335 per share July 16th, 2014 to $0.235 at press time, despite no news over the same period. The company is currently drilling the Molisht-1… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

It’s the end of an era on Vancouver’s Howe Street, the on-again off-again junior mining capital of the world, with the resignation of J. Francis “Frank” Callaghan as CEO of Barkerville Gold Mines, a role he had occupied since 1991. Mining engineer and current Barkerville Chairman Norman Anderson has been appointed temporary CEO of the BC explorer… Continue Reading