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The Risks Of Mine Nationalization

I do not think there is much risk of mine nationalization. There may be in some countries where there is internal political… READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE ON THE NEW WEBSITE: JIM ROGERS TALKS MARKETS 

Top 4 Gold Miners Average Yield Declines… Even With High-Grading

srsroccoreport.com / Steve St. Angelo / June 3, 2014 In order to survive in a manipulated low-price environment, the gold producers resorted to “High-grading” some of their mines.  By high-grading, the mining companies target higher ore grades in their operations to produce more metal while lowering costs. Unfortunately, this short-term band-aid comes at a cost.  When the […]

Gold Miners & Explorers Wake Up

uncommonwisdomdaily.com / By Sean Brodrick on October 31, 2012 Gold miners are starting to outperform again. As Bloomberg News says: “Barrick Gold Corp (ABX: 40.50 +1.32 +3.37%) and other bullion producers are climbing from 28-year lows relative to the metal as they tame costs, raise cash flow and beat profit estimates.” It’s noticeable in the […]

Gold Miners & Explorers Wake Up

uncommonwisdomdaily.com / By Sean Brodrick on October 31, 2012 Gold miners are starting to outperform again. As Bloomberg News says: “Barrick Gold Corp (ABX: 40.50 +1.32 +3.37%) and other bullion producers are climbing from 28-year lows relative to the metal as they tame costs, raise cash flow and beat profit estimates.” It’s noticeable in the […]

What Is Volume Telling Us about Gold Stocks?

24hgold.com / by Jeff Clark / May 22nd, 2012 I’ve read articles from more than one analyst claiming that gold stocks are down on low volume, implying there’s a lack of interest in precious metals. While on the surface that seems like an obvious statement, their point is that most of the recent volume has […]