Cory’s Insights – Tue 20 Feb, 2018

By Cory My Presentation From The Cambridge House Show Here is the recording of my presentation at the VRIC from late January. Please let me know what you all think. I am always looking to improve my talks. Feel free to comment or email me directly at Fleck@kereport.com. …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post Cory’s Insights – Tue 20 Feb, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Exclusive KE Report Commentary – Tue 20 Feb, 2018

By Cory Brien Lundin – The USD Continues To Drive The Gold Price Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter joins met today to share his thoughts on the gold market which continues to move based on what the US dollar is doing. We also discuss Skeena Resources and why Brien recently wrote this Company up in his newsletter. Download audio file (2018_02_20-Brien-Lundin.mp3) Click here to visit Brien’s Gold Newsletter website. …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post Exclusive KE Report Commentary – Tue 20 Feb, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Azincourt Energy (TSX-V: AAZ): Minerals for Clean Energy

By analyst Azincourt Energy Corp. (TSX-V: AAZ) is a Canadian junior exploration company that has been actively building their mining asset portfolio in anticipation of the future demand for minerals that will provide clean energy; from lithium to uranium to cobalt. … …read more Source:: PRNewswire-Mining and Metals The post Azincourt Energy (TSX-V: AAZ): Minerals for Clean Energy appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Cypress Development Keeps Hitting Mineralization; Maiden Resource Estimate Expected to Be ‘Significant’

Source: The Critical Investor for Streetwise Reports 02/20/2018 The Critical Investor looks in depth at this lithium explorer’s recent drill results. Dean claystone project; drilling Oct 2017 Cypress Development Corp. (CYP:TSX.V) seems to have a relatively easy job so far, as all completed drill holes returned thick mineralized intercepts, both on the Dean and Glory projects. Results for the Dean project consisted of two remaining assays: 106.7m @1134ppm Li for DCH-13, which is one of the best holes so far, and 75.7m @733ppm Li for DCH-14. The first hole also generated dark green to black ash-rich mudstone, starting at around 50m depth, just like a few other, earlier holes did in the 2017 program on Dean. On DCH-13, the lithium grade increased at depth. The grade increase happened to coincide with a so-called redox boundary, where material above the boundary is oxidized and light grey in color, and material below … Continue reading

Jack Chan’s Weekly Precious Metals Update

Source: Jack Chan for Streetwise Reports 02/20/2018 Technical analyst Jack Chan charts the latest movements in the gold and silver markets. Our proprietary cycle indicator is down. The gold sector is on a long-term buy signal. Long-term signals can last for months and years and are more suitable for investors holding for long term. The gold sector is on a short-term sell signal. Short-term signals can last for days and weeks, and are more suitable for traders. Speculation is in bull market values. This is a massive bottoming pattern four years in the making. Silver is on a long-term buy signal. SLV is on a short-term sell signal, and short-term signals can last for days to weeks, more suitable for traders. Data supports overall higher prices. SummaryThe precious metals sector is on a long-term buy signal. Short term is on sell signals; a pullback is in progress. The cycle is … Continue reading

New Low in Gold Stocks is a Strong Buy Signal

By Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA RENO, NV–(Marketwired – May 15, 2014) – Interactive Health Network (OTC Pink: IGRW) (PINKSHEETS: IGRW), a diversified holding company operating in the legal cannabis industry and advanced health supplements markets, today announced that it has completed the cancellation of One Billion Two Hundred Fifty Million (1,250,000,000) shares of common stock, which reduces the share structure by more than 23% as announced on February 11, 2014, and these shares have been returned to treasury. …read more Source: Market Wired Recent Headlines ‘ data-medium-file=”” data-large-file=”” src=”https://i2.wp.com/thedailygold.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/New-Low-in-Gold-Stocks-is-Strong-Buy-Signal03_opt2-1024×768.jpg?w=150&ssl=1″ alt=”” data-recalc-dims=”1″> Gold has been on the cusp of a major breakout but someone forgot to tell the gold stocks. Gold is right back at resistance levels yet the various gold stock indices are off their September 2017 highs by 11% to 16%. The relative weakness in the gold stocks (and Silver) is a signal that Gold is unlikely to breakout … Continue reading

Undersea mining’s bizarre origins – a CIA cold war plot

By analyst By Frik Els While the United Nations’ International Seabed Authority (ISA) in charge of issuing mineral exploration licences has granted 26 so far, Papua New Guinea remains the only country to have granted an operating permit for ocean floor mining. Canada’s Nautilus is on track to start operations at its Solwara gold, copper and silver project in the Bismarck sea off PNG in early 2019, making it the first undersea mine on the planet. A Russia K-129 submarine had sunk 1,500 miles north-west of Hawaii But modern-day seabed mining has a strange history. An extraordinary BBC report details how in 1974, US spies launched an operation to salvage a Soviet submarine carrying nuclear missiles under the guise of a Howard Hughes-financed seabed manganese mine. A Russia K-129 submarine had sunk 1,500 miles north-west of Hawaii and the CIA devised an elaborate plot dubbed Project Azorian to recover the … Continue reading

Mining M&A jumps to 4-year high – expect more in 2018

By analyst By Frik Els The value of global mining and metals deals hit a four-year high in 2017, according to accountancy firm EY, boosted by a jump in money raised on stock exchanges to a six-year high. Mining and metals deals totalled $51 billion last year, up 15% from 2016. Activity was dominated by coal and steel transactions. However, the volume of deals fell 6% as M&A focus in the sector started shifting from divestment to strategic acquisitions. “The focus for most of the sector in 2017 was consolidating balance sheet strength and maintaining capital discipline,” EY said in a quarterly report on the sector, published on Monday. Coal transactions surged 156 % to $8.5 billion as the world’s move to renewables prompted miners to shift away from thermal coal. With the buzz around new world critical minerals and battery technology, deals in lithium, copper and cobalt are expected … Continue reading

KER Commentary – Mon 19 Feb, 2018

By Cory Happy Presidents Day and Family Day With the markets closed today we are giving our awesome guests a day off ;)We hope you all enjoy this long week across Canada (expect for BC) and in the US. I also wanted to thank everyone again who sent in questions for Quinton and further followed up with after the interview. I love hearing from everyone and do my best to respond to you all! We will be back at it tomorrow! …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post KER Commentary – Mon 19 Feb, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Why You Should Know “The Indispensable Man”

By Alexander Green Editorial Note: Our offices are closed in observance of Presidents Day. We hope you enjoy this historical reflection from Chief Investment Strategist Alexander Green. As today is Presidents Day and the U.S. markets are closed, I’d like to take a break from the investment commentary and share a story about my favorite American president: George Washington. A portrait of him hangs over the fireplace in my living room. It’s a large oil-on-canvas replica of the famous 1851 painting by Emanuel Leutze that depicts him crossing the Delaware. It was Washington’s first move – you may recall – in his successful surprise attack against Hessian forces on Christmas Day, 1776. Although the original painting – like my replica – is striking, it is riddled with historical inaccuracies. For starters, the crossing took place in the dead of night. (But that wouldn’t have made a particularly inspiring work of … Continue reading