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@Highheat Not much response from oil stocks to new high or much response from gold stocks to new low. Market is smart and knows BS when it smells it.
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anonymous 5 New Reasons Why MGX Minerals Will Succeed, by @50YearBeckFan @50YearBeckFan/5-new-reasons-why-mgx-minerals-will-succeed $XMG
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@Allan Wade Dawe has a weed deal, who says they don't ring the bell at the top. $CMM
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@MiningBookGuy An immediate note on the $THX news today: The raise was completed at 0.145 CAD with NO warrants today. As of now, 7k shares traded at 0.10 CAD. I am seeing just over 500k shares on the ASK at 0.10 CAD. I know people have issues with #Nigeria. But there are multiple assets, multiple drilling programs, and there are a ton of shares available this instant at a significant discount to the raise. Can anyone give me a good reason for this gap? Or is this one of those opportunities that is just laying out there, kind of like when I bought $THX shares as low as 0.025 CAD prior to the last NO warrants raise at 0.115 CAD? @marketwired/thor-announces-closing-of-new-private-placement-and
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@Allan Someone send a note to ZeroHedge, nothing notional about the paper market in gold, the gold bulls are so soft they let the paper bears push the price around with abandon. In the spot and futures market they have been able to push the bulls around for a few months. They may win these short term battles but the supply and demand story is so bullish, they can't hold it back. Hope your boots are filling with top quality gold stocks while things are cheap like borscht.
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@Allan Where gold goes, so goes the junior space.
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@nobshere @Allan Agree Allan but NOT YET !!
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@nobshere Weed the only game in town...until its not
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@Allan nobsy, the gold bull started in January of this year and it will be a multiple year bull market as the supply and demand story is very bullish. Quit wasting your time with that Socrates nonsense you've been calling for the past year and a half. Read the smoke signals, they are sitting right in front of you. :-) You better smarten up or the princess is going to start wondering.
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@nobshere :))
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@newstracker Citigroup Inc. has given a clarion call for commodity bulls, predicting that most raw materials are expected to perform strongly next year as global economic growth picks up, the oversupply that’s dogged markets finally dissipates and investors plow in more funds. http://business.financialpost.com/news/mining/commodities-no-longer-dysfunctional-citigroup-goes-from-bearish-to-bullish-on-metals-for-2017? #commodities #materials #metals
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@newstracker A Japanese trader heard that Vietnamese-origin aluminum billet is being offered to buyers in Australia, Taiwan and other Southeast Asian countries at $20/mt below market levels. In addition, Japan is being offered cheap Aluminum billet as well. http://www.platts.com/latest-news/metals/tokyo/vietnamese-aluminum-billet-expands-sales-channel-27723393 #aluminum
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@newstracker @brandon sorry for the error, was getting use to writing out $ in front of low numbers for financings
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@racker A Look Inside Wall Street's Innovation Labs Goldman Sachs Group Inc. CEO Lloyd Blankfein once quipped that his bank is a "technology firm." With the launch of Marcus, Goldman's online retail lender, the sell-side stalwart is one step closer to Silicon Valley. It's not alone. Across Wall Street, banks are pushing into technology, either by directly investing in startups such as internet lender OnDeck Capital, robo-advisor SigFig, and online financial planner LearnVest, or by boosting their in-house technology expertise. To do so, a number of firms are dedicating space both inside and outside of their main offices with the aim of fostering new ideas in a rapidly changing financial landscape. Here's a look at what the new generation of Wall Street’s "innovation labs" looks like. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/photo-essays/2016-12-05/a-look-inside-wall-street-s-innovation-labs #fintech
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@newstracker The Jiangsu Shagang Group, the largest ferrous scrap user in China, cut its buying price for heavy melting scrapping by $4/mt. The mill has now cut its buying price twice within a week, by a total of Yuan 60/mt. http://www.platts.com/latest-news/metals/shanghai/chinas-shagang-cuts-ferrous-scrap-buying-price-26612663 #China #scrap #iron
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@newstracker McDonald’s to revamp $4-billion McCafe brand as it lags Starbucks. The company plans to relaunch the coffee in 2017 as it gets more beans from sustainable sources to keep up with $SBUX 's sourcing practices. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/international-business/us-business/mcdonalds-revamps-4-billion-mccafe-brand-as-it-lags-starbucks/article33203729/ $MCD #coffee #restaurants
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@newstracker Random fact: On December 5, 1933, Prohibition was officially repealed in the United States. #history
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@newstracker Glencore $GLEN.L has acquired its Joint venture partners stake in the Newlands and Collinsville coal mines in Australia. The company also has plans to restart its Integra coal mine as well. It expects the mine to produce 1.3 million mt of high fluidity saleable metallurgical coal in 2017. #coal #Australia http://www.platts.com/latest-news/coal/sydney/glencore-acquires-full-control-of-newlands-collinsville-27723562
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@newswire Government of Canada Invests in Low-Carbon Transportation @newswire/government-of-canada-invests-in-low-carbon-transportation  The Government will help AddÉnergie, a Canadian company that develops electric vehicle recharging technology, install fast-charging stations for electric vehicles at 25 Canadian Tire locations throughout Ontario. The Government is providing almost half of the total $1.8-million investment for the stations.  
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@stateside Osisko hits on a 600 meter step out and the market yawns. Interest in the sector is back to December 2015 bear market low levels - http://www.osiskomining.com/_resources/maps/WIN-GEO-DES-FORAGE-20161203_Press_Release_DDH760.pdf $OSK
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@newstracker A boom in electric vehicles made by the likes of Tesla Motors Inc. could erode as much as 10 per cent of global gasoline demand by 2035, according to the oil industry consultant Wood Mackenzie Ltd. http://business.financialpost.com/news/energy/electric-cars-may-take-an-opec-sized-bite-from-oil-use-analyst-says? #energy $TSLA
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@Quantum As per story above about China reducing scrap prices 4/ton: Ferrous scrap in north America looking for a big increase this month. Montreal has come out at up 55/nt. Other markets should settle today/tomorrow but all are expected to be up in the 30-50/ton range. Further, buyers are anticipating the market will remain strong into January. #scrap #iron
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@Quantum While I'm at it, #copper mills have been increasing their spread vs. comex for copper scrap. Further, deliveries are far out and many mill buyers are sitting out the market. The implication is that demand for finished goods has not kept up with rise in comex/lme price. #scrap
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@racker The Permanent Portfolio http://theirrelevantinvestor.com/2016/12/02/the-permanent-portfolio/ For the last 35 years, the classic 60/40 portfolio returned 10.5% a year. #KISS
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@bullionaire Med weed finally looking like it may go into a corrective phase, one day does a trend not make. I expect the smaller cap companies to not perform as well as the larger caps going forward.
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@MiningBookGuy @Racker RE: The Permanent Portfolio: How convenient to not go back 10 or 15 years further! #PeakPermanentPortfolio
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@thenewswire Maverix Metals Inc. Doubles in Size with Acquisition of Royalty Portfolio from Gold Fields Limited & Pan American Silver Corp. Provides Financial Support with Early Exercise of Warrants @thenewswire/maverix-metals-inc-doubles-in-size-with-acquisition $MMX
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@racker Invest in the best of the best people and assets in the worst of times: Richard Arthur (Rick) Rule IV Rachel Lee: You yourself are a very successful man. What are your tips for the average investor at this time? Rick Rule: Simple, simple. Bad markets are great times to buy. Good markets are great times to sell. Always hang out with the best investors. The truth is there is an A team in mining that has been serially successful. When I look back if I had done a lot less work I would be richer, it’s odd. If I had never ever wasted any time at all with a B team manager or a C team manager or a B team deposit or a C management team, if I had just spent my time with the best of the best… and only in bad markets when nobody wanted to show them love, I would have done a lot better. Source: http://smallcappower.com/videos/expert-videos/rick-rule-talks-gold-copper-051216/ $SII @rickrule #mining GOOD STUFF!
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@bullionaire Good news or bad?? I believe nearly 40 percent of the youth in Italy are unemployed, maybe better numbers can be found?http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/04/renzi-battle-survival-italians-go-polls-vote-seen-referendum/
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@racker @miningbookguy the 60/40 portfolio is still smart for long term IMO, especially if you have a DRIP plan and buy a little more every year or every month... investors want 10% returns, will take 5% gladly.
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@racker Nota Bene!! Maverix Metals Inc. Doubles in Size with Acquisition of Royalty Portfolio from Gold Fields Limited & Pan American Silver Corp. Provides Financial Support with Early Exercise of Warrants @thenewswire/maverix-metals-inc-doubles-in-size-with-acquisition $MMX
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@Highheat I'm doing an arbitrage/cross where where I'm selling physical weed to cover my losses in buying gold stocks.
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@racker lol
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@lukejackson LOL
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@Allan @Highheat, you're not supposed to get high on your own supply according to Biggie, but in this case, I think it is a good idea.
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@MiningBookGuy @racker - too bad the real old timers are dead or not hanging out at ceo.ca. would love to get a rebuttal from people who were in their prime between roughly 1968-1982
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@racker just go to a billy joel concert
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@Allan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMz8hY7GUWo+ A little Biggie. #ceofm
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@bullionaire Some of the smaller cap companies going to be getting hungry for capital soon, as the market for money raising not so buoyant as it was in august... are there bargains to come?
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@racker count on it @bullionaire - always a new train leaving the station, and another in for repairs
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@FundamentalAnalysis @racker @MiningBookGuy Why does everyone always focus on the S&P 500 to show how well stocks have performed. Take a look at other established markets for example the FTSE100 a bench mark for most UK investors, that index is at the same level as it was in 1999. The S&P has clearly been propped up with cheap money, and if it adjusts back to real fundamentals we would see a downwards adjustment. #index
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@FundamentalAnalysis @MiningBookGuy @racker or take a lot at the NIKKEI 225, or even any of the European markets. Stocks have been rubbish for us. Most peoples pension valuations haven't performed well at all, especially after considering management fees. US Investors can talk about stocks but rest of the developed world not as much unless you were selective. #index
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@bullionaire Waiting for $HRC to perhaps do a rollback I believe was approved, and $KGL hope some paper come free at 10 cents or less, they are quite actively drilling now, but one never knows, especially at this time of the year.
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@bullionaire Biggest issue facing Trump, or at least the issue that must be looked at is, entitlements and pensions.. There is a situation in that regards in the USA I would believe.
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@nobshere The patrons of Bonnefooi, a cafe in the center of Brussels, last week received an inspector of the City to visit. Who asked them to pay the “tax dance.” Yes you read correctly. Brussels has a “dancing tax” written in the 50´s and as the government needs money, they have “revitalized” this tax since 2014. For every customer who dances in a bar the owner has to pay €0.40 per night. They sent incognito civil servants to uphold this law. There is an endless supply of old laws still on the books that have not been enforced, yet could be to raise money. In Florida, you are not allowed to have construction workers around on weekends. In some states, old laws required you to pull your car off the road if it frightened a horse. If the horse was still terrified, you were required to dissemble your car until the horse was calm. They tried outlawing condoms back in the 1950s. That went to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1965 under Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), where the Supreme Court ruled that a state’s ban on the use of contraceptives violated the right to marital privacy. The case concerned a Connecticut law that criminalized the encouragement or use of birth control. Since the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare as a tax, anything goes. They can put a special tax on condoms and get away with that one and rake in billions. Welcome to the world of collapsing socialism. This is where government get to rip us all off to survive. arm strong
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@MiningBookGuy @FundamentalAnalysis - Americans are incredibly biased towards the S&P 500. They've spread that message across much of the world. #The1990s was when this really took off, and many Americans started to pay attention to the stock market for the first time (both mom-and-pop and professionals starting in finance)...assuming that US stock markets were the ONLY ones to pay attention to.
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@MiningBookGuy @FundamentalAnalysis - good book I need to read again (maybe make a clip on it): Bull: A History of the Boom and Bust, 1982-2004 https://www.amazon.com/Bull-History-Boom-Bust-1982-2004/dp/0060564148 lots of insight related to this discussion. #books
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@lukejackson That Rick Rule quote sounds like he's ready to tout $GXU - given the Uranium market, the people involved and Sprott taking down 2/3rds of the financing. Just a guess and maybe thats just selective hearing.
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@RLGfan $rlg we should see the drilling news soon....maybe when gold is moving up again. Last just 18 cent
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