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@OnlyflawsThats boring @DullesB :) Thats why I bought some Argonaut $AR and Minco $MSV yesterday. Minco is interesting, although China is not so appealing but the deposit is great. They have cash 40m with mkt cap of 55m so I consider it as a good bet in the long term. Probably bought too early, but the ship has to turn at some point. Anyone have any insights on this company? @excelsior for sure. :)
@Excelsior@DullesB - another thought is to keep some irons in the Mining stocks, but then also keep some irons in the Energy sector. I play both sides of the resource sector, because often there is action with energy stocks in Oil, NatGas, Uranium, Lithium, and Renewables if the miners are weak and vice versa. I always keep some core positions in one side or the other, but tend to put more or less weighting in certain sectors at different periods of time due to the macro backdrop.
@DullesBThe best investing advice I got was from a stand up comedian... He said always look at the next best derivative. For instance when gold prices plumits; don't look at alternative currencies or even silver..Invest in rope!
@DullesB@poolman Yeah. It's strange it's almost like they each prioritize the benefit of their own party and or themselves instead of the people.. The same people who voted for them, pay their salaries, and keep the country moving forward
@DullesBThe CBC did a hidden camera review of investment advisors and specific money managers.. majority promised or at least verbally said they could offer up to 40 percent returns in the first year...
@DullesB@billionaire The whole point of a small business is to have smaller margins than the corporate counter parts. How is it fair to tax them more heavily when they start generating revenue above low income threshold?
@fringe_remnant@DullesB I've been smoking weed for fifty years and in that time I've witnessed repression of the culture incessant. Going to a pharmacy to buy my stuff will never happen. I suspect that the culture itself, borne of the soil, will never totally succumb to the forced marketing by oligarchies and their government stooges. However, I do applaud the efforts to bring quality to the product, a quality that will not survive legalization unfortunately. As Craft and Home Made Beer will never be replicated by Anheiser Busch, homegrown and locally dispensed weed, legal or otherwise, will never be crushed.
@nobshere@DullesB Yup Go into politics !! Gold and the stock market will take off when people realize that government is in trouble. When they lose confidence, that is when they will start to pour into tangible assets.