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@HRA-CoffinI think they did have the presentation audio going in the bathrooms @theDailyGold - which was a bit freaky. Not sure how the hotel pulled that off. Of course the bathroom videos will only be available on a separate pay-per-view channel...#MIF
Joe Mazumdar's Update on Junior Mining at #MIFhttps://thedailygold.com/joe-mazumdars-update-on-junior-mining-at-metals-investor-forum/@JMNorthShore@TheDailyGold
Good interview. I was especially interested in Jordan's question about ASX and AIM stocks. Unless I heard wrong, I at least somewhat disagree with Joe on quarterly financials for ASX. Not only do I think #ASX-Stocks are pretty well regulated (at least the mining stocks relative to TSXV), I PREFER the way they present quarterlies to the TSXV. So I guess you don't get all the financial statements in the same way. But you DO get cash flow breakdowns, and usually an estimated spend for the following quarter.
I think it's far easier to see the 'essential' aspects of juniors via ASX filings than TSXV. But on top of that, I think it's generally easier to search ASX than TSXV.
Now AIM is a whole different story...it plain sucks compared to ASX and TSXV in terms of filing requirements and what can be searched. You can still find value with #AIM-Stocks, but it's a lot tougher to work out all the components.
But I wanted to emphasize there are clear advantages of #ASX-Stocks, and it has very rapidly become my #1 spot for value in #exploration#juniors (and this aspect very few other North American based newsletters are on this...but #ExplorationInsights certainly is).
Anyway, that's my very specific rant, and listen to the podcast for a lot more than just that! #TheDailyGold#ASX-Stocks#AIM-Stocks#mbgtrends
@TheDailyGold@HRA-Coffin I've talked to Mark a handful of times and he's a total straight shooter...no ego...gives an honest answer to every question...as you know Eric, he's put in years on this project doing the hard work that the market doesn't care about
wannabeinvestorI am a subscriber of @thedailygold and whilst I agree that gold and silver miners have been dramatically underperforming the metals, I am starting to think that the main cause of this negative divergence of late is the upcoming GDXJ rebalancing. I don't think that miners always need to lead the metal. I am sure that there are numerous examples in past bull markets where metals lead the miners, at least periodically. This GDXJ rebalancing is likely the reason for outflows from key ETFS in this space. Also, why is it expected that miners necessarily become way oversold in a bull market? The December lows were directly impacted by the Trump reflation trade, but that's history now.I agree that both US$ and rates may be due for a bounce soon, and that could send gold lower, but isn't that scenario already priced in?
@TheDailyGold@allan Depends how long it would take someone to fix your site. I work with a few offshore dev's who are very good and cheap...you could get a great site for $1500-$2000, maybe less if you find the right person
@TheDailyGold@MiningBookGuy I disagree a bit. Rogers' comments get taken out of context a lot. The guy is a billionaire and one of the greatest traders ever tho he never talks about it. Rickards has actually made some good calls on politics/geo. However, regarding markets and timing things he's been completely wrong.
@MiningBookGuy@TheDailyGold - I highly doubt Jim Rogers is a billionaire (not that this is especially relevant), and he's a very poor trader (he says this all the time). He's an excellent analyst.
Rickards has had some key calls related to interest rates, Trump winning, etc. I can't think of a single thing I've learned from Jim Rogers in the last 5 years that was useful. His agriculture/farmland call has been an absolute disaster IMO. But most of his books are still classics. And actually, his recent book was 'pretty good', and that was within the last 5 years. So I'll give him credit for that!