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@MiningBookGuy awesome @hunter! gotta run for a bit, but i hope at least a few people at ceo.ca consider picking up #TheMandibles. could be a great book to discuss in #mbgtrends!
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@TomWallace Hey guys, any book recommendations along the lines of the big score? Stories about success in the sector, big mining investors etc?
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@MiningBookGuy hey @TomWallace! You're down under, right? Have you ever read #TheMoneyMiners? If not, absolutely check that one out! here's the US amazon link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Money-Miners-Australian-Mining/dp/1863738444 should be easier to find in Australia or New Zealand if you're down there. And here's a post I did on it a while ago for more details: https://ceo.ca/poseidon?90255fadca5e #Poseidon #books
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@LucTenHave @MiningBookGuy recommended numerous good #books here. I did buy and read some of them. I listed a number of must see #video's if you havent seen them already: http://www.reratestocks.com/media
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@MiningBookGuy RE: http://www.reratestocks.com/media - awesome list @LucTenHave! I just finished watching the Friedland roundtable at the bottom of your list. as @tommy mentioned, definitely worth checking out immediately in case it's taken down! makes for good potential discussion as well--many fascinating answers, though i don't agree with many from Friedland. I generally liked Harquail's answers. Also, the Paul Van Eeden one is really good too...gives you an idea of what things were like in the sector in 2004-2005
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@LucTenHave Thanks MiningBookGuy.. any other video recommendations=
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@MiningBookGuy @LucTenHave - The McLeod's in Stewart! @RobMcLeod Mining history of Stewart BC with Ian McLeod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLJbuR0JJz8+
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@MiningBookGuy @LucTenHave - will tag you if i can think of more later
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@LucTenHave Thanks / added to the website
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@FundamentalAnalysis I would highly recommend this as wider reading for the PGM market.
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@FundamentalAnalysis Johnson Matthey site - as some more up to date ones also .....https://www.platinuminvestment.com/supply-and-demand/platinum-quarterly
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@leafs Hey @MiningBookGuy regarding the podcast from Northern Miner you mentioned, I used to listen to their podcasts awhile back and but has since stopped because I find their childish chirping annoying...any good info they may give gets overwhelmed by their useleSs and annoying chirping...but that is just my take....i much prefer the style conveyed by Stateside...
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@MiningBookGuy @leafs - did you listen to the ~10 minutes from Lesley in the middle? I just thought that was excellent. I skipped over other parts of it. Like any podcast, I just pick and choose the best parts if I can (there are plenty of Northern Miner podcasts I skip over). I personally have trouble listening all the way through any long podcast. For others, here's the original link for the context: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?9d1df20f8ec3
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@Alan Here is a good video on how we can test our behaviour for investing. See how many you get right....it may surprise you https://youtu.be/JprcU2FixGk+
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@MiningBookGuy @zartceps - i'm glad you asked! I forgot I included the ISBN's on my favorite 'bubble' books (another ceo.ca contributor asked me to do this a while ago). I highly recommend any of these books: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9yQ56nZo3I+ Specifically for ""Extraordinary Popular Delusions and The Madness of Crowds", the ISBN I have is: 0-517-541238 , a copy from 1980. I believe it's a 'complete' version. But it's hefty, and not easy to take with you. Anyway, you can find ISBNs to all the other 'bubble' books in the notes below the youtube video. #books #bubblebooks (*EDIT - tagging to #mbgtrends in case others are interested)
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@TomWallace @MiningBookGuy thanks for the rec, love your youtube channel as well! Yep in NZ, moving back to Aus soon though.
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@Tim_Oliver @TomWallace - what happened to the move to South America? We haven't communicated in a while. I lost track of your movements.
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@MiningBookGuy @TomWallace - cool, & glad you enjoy my channel! :)
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@MiningBookGuy @TomWallace - oh, another one i should have posted for you: #Hemlo of course! #Hemlo / #GoldenGiant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeTzt8gw2LI+ Not as good as #TheBigScore, but you can watch the documentary and/or the book. fun story. #books
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@TomWallace Thanks @miningbookguy I'll check it out!
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@SFtrader Hi @miningBookGuy, first post here on #mbgtrends. Great video series on $ORG, a lot of good info there! I also enjoyed what you put together for $SWA, are you still bullish on that stock as well?
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@TomWallace I watched the Hemlo vid on youtube. Really enjoyable, thanks @miningBookGuy. Those guys epitomize persistence.
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@bullmarketmove Hey @MiningBookGuy just watched your video on Hemlo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeTzt8gw2LI+ definitly going to try and get the book.
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@bullmarketmove @MiningBookGuy we should do another inverview soon, i finished reading the beanie baby bubble book and would love to talk about that.For anyone who missed my interview with @MiningBookGuy it was posted here https://www.ceo.ca/@bullmarketmove/the-next-bull-market-move-interview-nick-the-mining-book-guy and also on my site here http://thenextbullmarketmove.tumblr.com/post/154629380210/the-next-bull-market-move-interview-nick-the #TheNextBullMarketMove
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@MiningBookGuy welcome to #mbgtrends @SFtrader! thanks for the kind words...and yes, absolutely bullish on $SWA ...working on something new for that one this week, hold tight ;)
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@MiningBookGuy @TomWallace - glad you enjoyed! the video was really well done, very consistent with the content of the #Hemlo book (just a different way to digest similar content). btw, I'll repost @luctenhave's great 'media' link in case people want to browse more great videos: http://www.reratestocks.com/media
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@MiningBookGuy @bullmarketmove - awesome! on both #Hemlo and #BeanieBabyBubble book. thanks for reposting the interview. i need to check out those 2 recent #uranium posts from Justin at #TheNextBigTrade and the #DavidCates #PalisadeRadio interview: http://thenextbullmarketmove.tumblr.com/ yeah, hopefully we can catch up soon--i'd love to talk more about the beanie baby stuff! :) #TheNextBullMarketMove
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@MiningBookGuy @Alan RE: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?c656b1eff3a0 - I was going to respond yesterday, but got distracted by the inauguration. in any case, thanks for sharing! for the record, i got 1 of the first 3 questions wrong. but i got everything correct on the 'redemption test'. this is the direct link to the video for others: https://youtu.be/JprcU2FixGk+ when i started the video, i thought it was corny...but i was 'satisfied' by the time i finished, and i do like what this guy is doing. i subscribed, and even i checked out a video he recommended on another channel, that was also pretty cool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKA4w2O61Xo&list=PL16649CCE7EFA8B2F+ one additional comment from me: i don't think investors/speculators need to be 'good' at all of this stuff. but it does help to 'think outside of the box', and at the very least, NOT be too confident in what you know. 'being comfortable with uncertainty' is very helpful for me in this sector. i'd be happy to discuss further if other people check out the video and have their own thoughts!
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@MiningBookGuy i still have a lot more to catch up on in #mbgtrends, but will stick with this for tonight. thanks again everyone for great contributions. for anyone new to the room: simply scroll up and up and up, and you'll find plenty of great content! and feel free to introduce yourself and ask ANY questions :)
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@Excelsior For investors that want to take a deep dive into many of the key note speakers, the companies, and #CorporatePresentations on $VIDEO, from the prior #MIF (Metals Investor Forum) event…… then take a look at this YouTube page: #Gold #Silver #Zinc #Copper #Uranium #mbgtrends #newbies #drillplays ______________________________________________________________________ Beneath The Surface https://www.youtube.com/user/BeneathTheSurfaceBTS/videos
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@Alan @miningbookguy- Yeah I got two wrong but my wife got them all right. She would make a great speculator and not just because of getting the answers right. I agree with your comments about you don't have to be good at it to be a good speculator. I just enjoy challenging my mind as I realise how easy it is to be tricked. Watched the video you sent. I got that one pretty quick. Might be because I have read #blackswan.
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@Onlyflaws @Alan @MiningBookGuy I got the three first wrong, but that is why my handle is what it is. Did not do the other ones because I knew the results already. Anyway, always fun to do this kind of excercises.
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@bullmarketmove thanks for sharing that @Excelsior a lot of those presentations are very good and always useful for research in a company, Beneath The Surface https://www.youtube.com/user/BeneathTheSurfaceBTS/videos
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@bullmarketmove @MiningBookGuy thanks for that. The latest video from Justin at #TheNextBigTrade is a really good one. Talks about #uranium and market sentiment. Feel free to check it out http://thenextbullmarketmove.tumblr.com/post/156169081620/i-always-learn-something-from-justins-analysis-at @Alan @Jayfire @Excelsior #TheNextBullMarketMove
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@Excelsior @bullmarketmove Thanks for that video. It was a good review of sentiment dropping in #Uranium last year (and yes I remember that Energy Fuels press release being a wet blanket for a while). In addition, it was nice to see Justin's technical analysis on the Uranium Miners hitting "Stage 2" and signalling that they are in a new bull market. I agree with him that holding onto core positions that will be winners in the Uranium spector is a great strategy over the next few years. --- Much appreciated.
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@bullmarketmove Thanks @Excelsior I'm sure there will be some huge pull backs along the way, but sitting tight and being right (Jessie Livermore style) will work in the end. Has anyone read that book on Jessie Livermore? The title has something to do with a stock operator, might reread it, fantastic info on how to trade and on how to do nothing. @MiningBookGuy must have read it I'm sure :) #mbgtrends
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@SFtrader @bullmarketmove The book is called "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator" and is the the single greatest book on trading ever written. I heavily emphasize that this is a must read for any trader or investor.
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@MiningBookGuy @alan @onlyflaws - thanks for your thoughts on the video(s)! @alan - yeah, maybe convince your wife to start posting at ceo.ca --sounds like a natural speculator! :P
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@MiningBookGuy @bullmarketmove - yes, @SFtrader got it. but i will add that there's a 'special' copy of the book that not everyone is aware of...i mentioned this to @jameskwantes last year, i'll see if i can dig up that post... oh wow, it was from 2015, but i can't see the full message, here's what i got: [ @WoM - yes, and I highly recommend the newer version. it's huge, with great pictures, additional historical facts, and even a foreward by Paul Tudor Jones, well worth the extra money: http://www.amazon.com/Reminiscences-Stock-Operator-Commentary-Livermore/dp/0470481595/ ] Anyway, that's like the "deluxe" version of #ReminiscencesOfAStockOperator. It's bulky, but it provides some EXCELLENT context... I really should read it again! :) #books #JesseLivermore
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@MiningBookGuy @Sarb - i don't pay for any newsletters right now. of course it's great to ride any wave...but my main focus is getting on board BEFORE newsletters do. i think of it more like 'icing on the cake'...find solid companies that can thrive regardless of newsletter support...and CEO.CA is the place to find them! :) #mbgtrends
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@Excelsior @MiningBookGuy - Agreed.
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@MiningBookGuy @TheDailyGold RE: https://ceo.ca/index?9fa1f74e3684 - great interview of #JoeMazumdar @JoeMazumdar at #MIF. some stuff i haven't heard him talk about before. thanks for sharing! :) #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy @Highheat - thanks for the tip! huge list as i scroll down here :) http://www.myrmikan.com/port/ #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy ^^ great article list on #DanielOliver above. i just subscribed too, good recommendation from @highheat
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@bullmarketmove Thanks @MiningBookGuy and @SFtrader totally agree that this book is essential reading. It's probably more useful for resource investors as the 'hold and sit tight' approach is needed to play out an entire cycle. Any other good books that are in the same vain? #books #JesseLivermore
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@MiningBookGuy actually @PamplonaTrader, you bring up a critical point: do people REALLY think they should just buy a stock because @PamplonaTrader or @ocotilloredux (or a far lesser contributor like myself) gives it the 'thumbs-up'? maybe i'm being idealistic. but this is the antithesis of what CEO.CA means to me. endorsements are incredibly important. but they are a STARTING point for DD. i feel really strongly about that. and so when i see companies constantly pumped/discussed WITHOUT much DD (especially on the #index), it irks me. in this particular case, i wanted to hold back because i know i don't own $CEM (and i'm not the type to pretend i own or don't own stuff for conversation). i know when i'm feeling the 'sour grapes'...and this is NOT case here. but people tend to say things like that when you're honest about having recently sold a company, and then saying something that's construed as negative. ok, rambling a bit here. but again, CEO.CA is great because you can IMMEDIATELY continue your DD after you get an idea for a new stock...NOT because you get an idea and buy on impulse. But that's just my opinion, and i hope at least some people here share it with me. #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy thanks for the kind words @HRA-Coffin! and to your point: @PamplonaTrader had an excellent post in #mbgtrends related to a great topic point suggested by @JT, discussing how we do our DD. this did make the 'popular' room, but I'll repost the link here to show how thorough @PamplonaTrader's own DD is: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?f8101301bb59 @PamplonaTrader - I apologize if you felt I was disrespecting your DD process in the above posts. That was not at all my intention.
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