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Eike Batista insider trading trial a landmark for Brazil
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POSTED ON November 17, 2014 BY Shannon Nelson

Three years ago 48 year old stock broker John Nelson had had enough.  It was 2:30 pm on a Friday, and his back, long a source of pain during his workdays and weekly rounds of golf was killing him. Nelson, a 24 year Vancouver Investment Advisor with Scotia McLeod and the father of a young… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 17, 2014 BY James Fraser

Osisko Gold Royalties (OR.T) and Virginia Mines (VGQ.T) have joined forces to create a leading intermediate gold royalty company. The combined market capitalization of ~$1.3 billion will rank the merged company fourth when it comes to precious metals royalty companies behind Franco Nevada, Silver Wheaton and Royal Gold. The newly merged company will hold royalties… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 17, 2014 BY CEO Technician

During the past 18 months we have seen a massive shift in holders of gold. The following 3 charts tell the story quite well: Click to enlarge Retail investors and portfolio managers have dumped more than 1,000 tonnes of gold from gold exchange traded funds during the last two years. Meanwhile central banks have purchased… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 15, 2014 BY CEO Technician

Last weekend we pointed out the importance of the week ahead for gold. After a tumultuous start to the week gold found its footing in a big way on Friday and closed the week in impressive fashion: Click to enlarge After posting a series of higher lows gold surged above previous support at $1180 on… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2014 BY Haywood Mining Team

Friday Precious Metals Rally Bucks Downward Trend – Equities Take Note Gold and silver were relatively flat during the week up until Friday, where both metals surged to monthly highs. Gold and silver rose 3% and 5% respectively from Friday morning before finishing at US$1,190 and US$16.30 per ounce respectively. The sudden rise in gold… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2014 BY James Fraser

B2Gold (BTO.T) has been extremely busy over the last several years acquiring companies and growing production. And management at the company is known in the industry for bringing mines into production on time and on budget. However, quarterly results for B2Gold were reported today and reactions were mixed as the company moves into a big growth… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

In a shocking move, the world’s largest producer of thermal coal, Glencore (GLEN.LON), announced yesterday that it will shut down its Australian coal operations for three weeks starting in mid-December. An estimated 5 million tonnes of output (roughly 6% of Glencore’s annual Australian coal output) will be cut from the markets as a result. Seaborne thermal-coal prices remain at… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2014 BY CEO Technician

The monthly chart  of USD/JPY (US dollar in Japanese yen terms or ¥ per $) illustrates a massive bear market (bull market in yen) which began in 1998 and ended during the 2nd half of 2011: Click to enlarge Given that USD/JPY is referring to the Japanese yen price of the US dollar, rises in USD/JPY mean… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2014 BY James Fraser

Investors have sent shares of Mart Resources (MMT.T) tumbling to a 2 year low of 85 cents this week. Two reasons for the sell-off are the delays on the Umugini pipeline and the recent decline in oil prices. Mart has been operating the Umusadege field in the in Delta State, Nigeria with partners Midwestern Oil and Gas Plc… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 13, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

The Fraser Institute rated the Canadian province of Quebec number one in 2011 for mining companies to operate in.  Since then, la belle province has fallen out of the top 10 to rank at 11 last year due to regulation changes which caused certain mining projects to come under scrutiny.  Most of the projects that were scrutinized were… Continue Reading

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