Junior Mining News Agrees With Hedge Fund – Paulson & Co.

        Nicole Mordant #COMMODITIES SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 / 1:40 PM Hedge fund Paulson & Co declares war on poor gold mining returns (Reuters) – New York-based Paulson & Co, led by longtime gold bull John Paulson, called on Tuesday for the world’s biggest investors in gold-mining stocks to form a coalition to tackle miners’ “dreadful” performance. Speaking at the Denver Gold Forum, the industry’s top annual event, Paulson & Co partner Marcelo Kim launched the blistering attack on the sector, saying the hedge fund was looking for fellow founding members for a body to speak out on issues including high executive pay, cozy board appointments and value-destroying mergers and acquisitions. “If we don’t do anything to change, then as investors we will continually be disappointed with shareholder returns and the industry will slowly dig itself into a hole of irrelevance and oblivion,” Kim told a packed room … Continue reading

Iron ore price hits 2.5-year high

February 10, 2017 Frik Els One of Vale’s giant iron carrier docks at Brazilian company’s transhipment facility in Malaysia The Northern China import price of 62% Fe content ore jumped 4.6% on Friday, reaching $87 per dry metric tonne level after data showed imports by China, top consumer of the steelmaking raw material, continued to strengthen in 2017 after hitting an all-time high last year. It was the highest level since August 2014 and the iron ore price has more than doubled in value over the past year following near-decade lows of $37 a tonne in December last year according to data supplied by The Steel Index. Trade figures released overnight showed China imported 92 million tonnes of iron ore in January, up 12% or just less than 10 million tonnes compared to a year ago. Shipments for January were the second highest on record valued around $7 billion. The all-time record … Continue reading

Organigram Holdings – Stock Warrants on Fire

October 11, 2016 By MarijuanaSpeculator.com         The common shares of Organigram Holdings, TSXV:OGI and OGRMF have performed very well recently closing today at C$2.46, a new closing high. The shares have now gained 1,161% from the low of C$0.195 in early October 2015. However, few investors are aware that there are stock warrants trading on Organigram (TSXV:OGI.WT) and today they closed at C$1.06, again a closing high for the year and a gain of 1414% from the low in early October 2015. Organigram products are 100% organic with the belief that medical cannabis should be accessible to everyone. If the company can continue to execute with its growth plans the shares could possibly go substantially higher. The question now for investors is should you buy the common shares OR the stock warrants? Terms of the warrants Exercise price – C$1.40 Expiry date – December 02, 2017 With … Continue reading

Turning New Geological Ideas Into Big Discoveries

Casey Explorers League Today featuring Dr. Mark O’dea Mark O’dea On Turning New Geological Ideas Into Big Discoveries Enjoy the read and visit us at http://CommonStockWarrants.com for many interesting opportunities.   … Continue reading

Gold Is The Trade Of The Century – Marc Faber

video.cnbc.comJANUARY 21, 2015 [In @ 3:00] –  Marc Faber – People will wake up finally that if they could short Central Banks that would be The Trade Of The Century by Buying Gold. Central Banks Will Be  Exposed for What Fraud they Commit. The Banks Have Produced the Biggest Financial Crisis since the Depression… Advertisement: Join us at CommonStockWarrants.com for the only listing and details on all stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada. All industries and sectors are represented and many opportunites for investors. Don’t overlook this unique opportunity. Visit our website now.   … Continue reading

Gold Mining Companies Selling for Pennies on the Dollar

By Michael Lombardi, MBA The fundamentals for higher gold bullion prices continue to impress. The table below illustrates the output from U.S. mines in the first six months of 2014 compared to the first six months of 2013. In the below chart, we quickly see that since March of 2014, production of the precious metal has been quickly declining. Meanwhile, on the demand side of the equation, we see increased demand for gold bullion from the East—especially from China. China recently launched a gold bullion market on the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) for international investors. The goal of this exchange is to gain more control over the price of the precious metal in yuan (the official currency of China). China wants to have price control over gold bullion, just like the West does with their daily settings in New York and London. ___________________________________________________ U.S. Gold Mine Output, First Six Months … Continue reading