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@MiningBookGuy@Newton - #bookclub, nice tag! yeah, i'm up for reading more stuff simply because others at #CEO.CA are reading too! would be fun to discuss content, and see how people interpret/analyze in their own way.
@newsfileAlto Announces $700,000 Non-Brokered Private Placement @newsfile/alto-announces-700000-non-brokered-private-placement$ALVLF$ATV$CA0215502075 $700,000 through the issuance of a combination of flow through units and non-flow through units at a price of $0.05 per each FT Unit and NFT Unit. Proceeds to be used for drilling kimberlite targets on its Pikoo area diamond property in Sask., exploration of its Oxford Lake iron formation hosted gold project in Manitoba and upgrading the resource estimate at its Destiny gold project in Quebec.
@newstracker^^^I say that is accurate, at least I do that as much, joking
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@TheHolyBuyBullI do that when I get the call from microsoft saying I have a virus and let them walk me thru all the steps until we get to the credit card info to see how the scam works and then tell them I have a mac (which I don't)
@newsfileDeutsche Bank Settles Charges of Misleading Clients About Order Router @newsfile/deutsche-bank-settles-charges-of-misleading-clients Deutsche Bank has agreed to settle charges that it misled clients about the performance of a feature of its automated order router that primarily sent client orders to dark pools. The New York Attorney General’s office today announced a parallel action, and Deutsche Bank agreed to admit wrongdoing and pay $18.5 million penalties to the SEC and NYAG for a total of $37 million. $DB
@RocketRed2016-12-16 09:20 $GRZ News Release Gold Reserve to receive payment from Venezuela soon $300 mil US pay up $paw will be next in for big dollars
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@newstracker#Japan to create baseload power market to promote competition. The country's retail power market was fully liberalized in April, but most of the power generated from nuclear, coal or large hydro plants is still in the hands of former regional power monopolies, limiting opportunities for new entrants to acquire sufficient baseload to operate under Japan's current legislation. Baseload within an electrical grid refers to a minimum amount of demand over 24 hours, thus in order to provide power you have to produce a certain amount of electricity to meet the baseload requirements. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan-power-idUSKBN1451KR#energy
@EvenPrimeIf the NIRB were to accept the amended paperwork about the caribou depletion and what $SBB are going to do about it, does that mean the EA will go through? Or can they accept it and change their minds on a separate aspect of the report? As far as I can tell everything was approved except the caribou issue. Resolving the issue = EA green light and Im just looking for comformation
@rackerLithium Americas director and former Vice Chairman Franco Mignacco sold 142,000 $LAC shares at $0.747 Monday and 109,500 shares at $0.7553 Tuesday, according to SEDI:LAC. He still holds 5,639,564 shares. Mignacco is the President of LAC’s subsidiary Minera Exar S.A., a 50/50 Joint Venture with SQM.
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@rackerGorgeous Jordan Trimble buys 27,000 Skyharbour Resources $SYH shares at $0.3103 according to SEDI:SYH, following an $8 million uranium exploration farm out announced yesterday (See $SYH channel for news). Trimble one of the youngest CEOs on the TSXV.
@newstrackerMike Farmer "titular Lord and lord of the the copper market" did not mince words when he spoke of metals market and high frequency trading at the London Metals Exchange annual gala last month. He stated HFT "appears to have no other purpose than to make money from the trading of other participants by jumping ahead of them...be described as front running." However, column writer Andy Home claims that HFT does not work like front-running because typically front running is about a broker who has information he uses to take advantage of his client. I am sure the debate will still rage. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-lme-hft-ahome-idUSKBN1451HL#metals#HFT
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@mikeReuters Top News @Reuters 14m14 minutes ago
BREAKING: China's navy has seized an unmanned, underwater U.S. Navy vehicle in international waters of South China Sea.
@hunter@newstracker re HFT trading "As one LME broker summed it up, complaining about automated trading is like the man using the telegraph complaining that the man with the telephone gets his market information faster. "Just buy a phone!" whoa. yeah, just buy a phone, but this "phone" is a HFT laser guided algo driven monster that will set you back a few tens of millions to start with, let alone manage and staff with computer scientists to retain the front running advantage. Seems fair, huh? Looking out for the little guy, it's what they do.
@rackerFarrell’s 10 Market Rules to Remember:
1. Markets tend to return to the mean over time
2. Excesses in one direction will lead to an opposite excess in the other direction
3. There are no new eras — excesses are never permanent
4. Exponential rapidly rising or falling markets usually go further than you think, but they do not correct by going sideways
5. The public buys the most at the top and the least at the bottom
6. Fear and greed are stronger than long-term resolve
7. Markets are strongest when they are broad and weakest when they narrow to a handful of blue-chip names
8. Bear markets have three stages — sharp down, reflexive rebound and a drawn-out fundamental downtrend
9. When all the experts and forecasts agree — something else is going to happen
10. Bull markets are more fun than bear markets.
Bob Farrell is the former Chief Market Analyst at Merrill Lynch
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@Allanour old pal dirkdiggler would probably say that the gold shorts are taking profits because the traders don't want to go into weekend that short.
@newstrackerVanity Fair: Bob Dylan's "Hard Rain" was about fake news not nukes. "The hard rain’s gonna fall is in the last verse...That means all the lies, you know, that people get told on their radios and in newspapers. All you have to think for a minute, you know. Trying to take people’s brains away, you know. Which maybe has been done already. I hate to think it’s been done. All the lies, which I consider poison.” http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/12/bob-dylans-hard-rain-was-about-fake-news-not-nukes?