KER Politics – Mon 4 Sep, 2017

By Big Al We discuss the implications of the North Korean hydrogen bomb test. Interesting that the warhead limit on South Korean missiles was scrapped earlier today. Listen to our opinions on the current situation that is certainly grabbing all of the headlines on this Labor Day. Download audio file (MKinney-Edtorial.mp3) …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post KER Politics – Mon 4 Sep, 2017 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Indian uranium mine becomes dark matter lab

By analyst By Valentina Ruiz Leotaud India’s very first uranium mine, the Jaduguda mine located in the state of Jharkhand, now hosts a laboratory for conducting experiments in fundamental physics. The Jaduguda Underground Science Laboratory 550, built in a 37-square-meter cavern buried 905 metres and formerly used for storage, will focus on the search for dark matter. It was built by the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics and it is expected to gather the country’s brightest experimental scientists interested in cutting-edge research. Repurposing the cave in the 50-year-old mine managed by the Uranium Corporation of India required an initial investment of $32,000. Scientists considered this to be the best place to install a low-temperature cesium iodide detector because its depth would shield the device from other particles. The site’s uranium deposits, which produce 25 per cent of the raw materials needed to fuel India’s nuclear reactors, are located some 300 … Continue reading

Is Novo Resources onto a Massive Discovery?

By Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA This is my first interview with Dr. Quinton Hennigh, the founder and chairman of Novo Resources. The company has generated much buzz with the sterling results of its first bulk sample. Contact information is below: Novo Resources Website Novo Resources Email: Novo Resources Phone: (416) 543-3120 …read more Source:: The Daily Gold The post Is Novo Resources onto a Massive Discovery? appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Major copper producers lose record output

By analyst By Editor The world’s major copper producers have lost a record amount of copper output due to strikes, power outages and low ore grades, according to research from Metal Bulletin. The metal commodity site reported on Friday that the majors have failed to produce an estimated 1.85 million tonnes of copper so far this year. The lower volumes in the first half have prompted several of them to reduce full-year output guidance, according to Metal Bulletin: Rio Tinto, Imperial Metals and Nevsun produced less than 40% of their annual targets in the first six months of this year while first-half output from BHP, Freeport-McMoran, Glencore, Vale and MMG was below half of their full-year guidance. Fiscal year ran from July 2016 to June 2017. Rio Tinto produced 35% of the 525,000-665,000 tonnes of copper it had targeted at the start of the year. The company’s mined copper … Continue reading

Canadian government to spend $247M on roads to support Yukon mines

By analyst By Valentina Ruiz Leotaud Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will inject $247 million into the Yukon’s highway network, through the Yukon Resource Gateway Project. The idea is to support resource development in the mineral-rich area. During a meeting in Whitehorse with the territory’s Premier Sandy Silver, Trudeau said that the local administration will also do its part by pitching in $113 million for upgrading more than 650 kilometres of roads, and build or upgrade a number of bridges for highways leading into the Dawson Range and the Nahanni Range. “Modern infrastructure is key to developing and properly managing the incredible natural resources we have at our fingertips” : Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Among the mines that stand to benefit from new roadways are Goldcorp’s (TSX:G) Coffee gold project, acquired in 2016 through the Kaminak Gold takeover, and Western Copper and Gold’s (TSX:WRN) Casino … Continue reading

Forward Guidance: Andy Snyder on the Future of American Infrastructure

By Samuel Taube Transcript: ST: Joining us today again is Andy Snyder. He is the former Editorial Director of The Oxford Club and the founder of Manward Press. And today we’re talking about the future of America’s infrastructure – and the investment opportunities associated with it. Andy, thanks for joining us. AS: Hey, thanks for having me, Sam. I’ve got a bit of a cold today, but I’ll do what I can. I’m glad to be here. ST: That’s alright, I don’t think anyone will hear it. So, from what I understand, Manward Letter focuses on helping men attain Liberty, Know-How and Connections – this “Triad” of yours. But lately, I’ve noticed that you guys have been writing a lot about the new federal infrastructure policy. What’s the connection between those topics? AS: Sure, that’s a great question. The idea of infrastructure is absolutely right in our wheelhouse when it … Continue reading

TheDailyGold Premium Update #533

By Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA The 40-page premium update has been published, uploaded to the website and emailed out to subscribers. The update contains an updated report on our favorite, must-own junior (which is trading at an attractive entry point) as well as numerous charts which consists of a few new charts. …read more Source:: The Daily Gold The post TheDailyGold Premium Update #533 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Technical Analysis: Gold Breakout & Upside Targets

By analyst Gold cleared $1300 early in the week and padded its gains on Friday even amid a bullish weekly reversal in the US Dollar. Gold’s breakout was validated by a strong monthly close on Thursday and then a strong… …read more Source:: PRNewswire-Mining and Metals The post Technical Analysis: Gold Breakout & Upside Targets appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

The Donald’s Seinfeld Tax Plan – A Big Show About Nothing

By David Stockman This post The Donald’s Seinfeld Tax Plan – A Big Show About Nothing appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Someone should remind the Donald that he actually is President and that it’s high time he accomplished something. Anything. Back on April 21st, for example, he promised that a core feature of his platform — a sweeping, pro-jobs tax reduction — would be soon unveiled. Trump said the tax reform package will be introduced on “Wednesday or shortly thereafter,” just before his 100th day in office. While the president would not reveal details about the tax plan, he did say that the cuts will be “bigger I believe than any tax cut ever.” Well, we’ve passed the eighteenth Wednesday since that promise. What was actually delivered back then, of course, was a one-page statement of vague principles, fond aspirations and apple pie. So in Springfield, Missouri this week, the … Continue reading