Canadian Mining Focuses on Becoming Canada’s Leading Zeolite Supplier

November 18, 2014 By Dudley Pierce Baker Disclosure: I personally own shares in Canadian Mining Company TSXV:CNG, OTC:CNGCF I have not been paid to disseminate this press release but I like the story and encourage investors to take a serious look at CNG as a way to diversify outside of the metals markets via Zeolite and its many uses. It is your money and your responsibility to perform your own research and/or consult with your investment advisor before making and decisions. PRESS RELEASE Canadian Mining Focuses on Becoming Canada’s Leading Zeolite Supplier Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian Mining Company Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX.V:CNG) Ray Paquette President and CEO reports: It is with great pleasure that I update you on the developments of Canadian Mining in 2014. We made significant progress in establishing the Company’s zeolite initiatives and completed several key objectives. 2014 Highlights Established relationship with large highly-respected Canadian company for … Continue reading

INFOGRAPHIC: where do the world’s millionaires live?

Visual Capitalist | November 17, 2014 There are 34,837,000 millionaires scattered across the globe. Ever wonder where all of these people reside? The Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report is here to help. The following three infographics show: Millionaires by country, millionaires by density (per city), and developing countries with the biggest concentration of millionaires. The United States comes in first place by a wide margin, with 41% of the world’s millionaires. Amazingly, 10,000 of Monaco’s 37,000 residents are millionaires. Monaco is a tiny principality next to the French Riviera that is famous for its beaches. Monaco and Zurich have the two highest concentrations of millionaires per city. China is on pace to have just short of 2 million millionaires by 2017.   ________________________________________________________________________________________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 … Continue reading

Chen Lin Says Gold Miners Need to Produce at $1,000/oz or Less to Survive

Source: Kevin Michael Grace of The Gold Report  (11/17/14) How low can gold go? Chen Lin expects a probable near-term low of $1,000/ounce. The author of the What is Chen Buying? What is Chen Selling? newsletter says that at that price we can expect a bloodbath of companies, both large and small. Gold cannot be kept down forever, however, and once the bottom is in, those miners that have survived will be in an enviable position, able to buy lucrative assets at bargain prices. In this interview with The Gold Report, Lin identifies several producers and one near-term project uniquely positioned for the next bull market. The Gold Report: You’ve discussed in your newsletter Goldman Sachs’ plan to “push gold [down] to $1,000/ounce” ($1,000/oz). How do you know such a plan exists? Chen Lin: I am not a big fan of conspiracy theories, but Goldman published a report in early September calling for $1,000/oz gold by the end … Continue reading

What If Silicon Valley Moved to Puerto Rico?

By Gerald Nowotny   The tax benefits of Puerto Rican residency gained some attention and notoriety when hedge fund billionaire John Paulson went to Puerto Rico to “kick the tires.” He did not become a Puerto Rican resident (not yet, at least), but ended up buying a resort there instead. My theory is that John Paulson can’t move anywhere without attracting adverse media attention. The media would declare that Paulson’s purchase of a Big Gulp at Seven Eleven as tax motivated. Puerto Rico has long used corporate tax incentives to attract many large American multinational companies. Both Apple and Microsoft can attribute a great deal of their tax benefits and success to Puerto Rico. Many pharmaceutical companies have Puerto Rican operations. The Puerto Rican government—not lacking in creativity—passed a series of tax bills in 2012 to create economic incentives for Americans to move and start businesses in Puerto Rico. Namely, … Continue reading

The Colder War is Heating Up as Putin Tightens His Grip on the Global Energy Trade

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist   Vladimir Putin is stronger than ever and judgement day for the petrodollar is here says Marin Katusa, author of the bestselling book, The Colder War, in a new interview with Bloomberg Radio. Marin warns that America cannot achieve energy independence and that downward pressure on the price of oil will remain a near-term threat. He also reveals where he thinks the next big discoveries in oil will occur. Hint: It’s not America. And gives his insights on the deals happening between Russia and China and what’s in store for the future of OPEC and US oil exports. For the full story on The Colder War and how it will directly affect you, click here to get your copy of Marin’s new book. The article The Colder War is Heating Up as Putin Tightens His Grip on the Global Energy Trade was originally published at caseyresearch.com. ________________________________________________________________________________________Advertisement: Join us at CommonStockWarrants.com for … Continue reading

The Looming Uranium Crisis: Strategic Implications for the Colder War

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist   In the wake of one singular event—the disaster at Fukushima in March 2011, the effects of which are still being felt today across the planet—nuclear power has seemingly fallen into utter disrepute, at least in the popular mind. But this is largely an illusion. It’s true that Japan took all 52 of its nuclear plants offline after Fukushima and sold much of its uranium inventory. South Korea followed with shutdowns of its own. Germany permanently mothballed eight of its 17 reactors and pledged to close the rest by the end of 2022. Austria and Spain have enacted laws to cease construction on new nuclear power stations. Switzerland is phasing them out. A majority of the other European nations is also opposed. All of this has resulted in a large decrease in demand for uranium, a glut of the fuel on the market, … Continue reading

Outside the Box: The Return of the Dollar

By John Mauldin Two years ago, my friend Mohamed El-Erian and I were on the stage at my Strategic Investment Conference. Naturally we were discussing currencies in the global economy, and I asked him about currency wars. He smiled and said to me, “John, we don’t talk about currency wars in polite circles. More like currency disagreements” (or some word to that effect).This week I note that he actually uses the words currency war in an essay he wrote for Project Syndicate:Yet the benefits of the dollar’s rally are far from guaranteed, for both economic and financial reasons. While the US economy is more resilient and agile than its developed counterparts, it is not yet robust enough to be able to adjust smoothly to a significant shift in external demand to other countries. There is also the risk that, given the role of the ECB and the Bank of Japan in shaping … Continue reading

Canadian Venture Index – Gold & Penny Stocks

Thursday November 13, 2014 14:28 Chris Vermeulen Last week I met with a local professional trader who specialized in trading only Canadian stocks. While he mainly trades the 75 large cap stocks on the TSX which have the liquidity requirements he needs, he also trade penny stocks on occasion. When he pulled up the TSX Venture index and reviewed our outlooks, we both came to a similar conclusion on what to expect moving forward. We all know what happens to boats when the tide goes down… This index shows very clearly why most penny stocks have been losing value the last three years. Money has and continues to flow out of these equities and if fighting this major trend it will likely cause you frustration and financial pain. See my gold forecast and charts from a year ago: Click Here Overall gold and silver mining stocks are now entering a key … Continue reading

The 10th Man: Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back

By Jared Dillian I have been a gold bull, unrelentingly, since 2005. It has been quite an adventure.Nine years ago, I was 31—still pretty young. I hadn’t read enough Austrian economics to even understand why I should like gold, but I did nonetheless. Besides, it was going up. And coincidentally, the folks at State Street had just come out with GLD, the SPDR Gold Shares ETF, and I was a market maker in it. Without GLD to invest in, I wonder if I would have had the inclination to learn about investing in gold futures or physical gold.I also noticed that politics were starting to move left, deficits were getting larger, and the Fed had committed a policy error post-tech bubble in leaving rates at 1% for so long. 2005 was late enough to recognize that we were blowing a big housing bubble and monetary policy had certainly played a … Continue reading

World Premiere Video: America’s Tax-Free Zone

Dear Fellow Investor, I’m writing you today to invite you to watch the powerful new documentary, America’s Tax-Free Zone , put together by our colleagues over at Casey Research. In this free world premiere video, you’ll learn from top financial experts Doug Casey, Nicholas Prouty, Peter Schiff, and serious investors like hedge fund manager John Paulson about the current US tax situation that’s driving record numbers of Americans to renounce their citizenship and move elsewhere. But fortunately there is now a solution that gives enormous tax-saving benefits and does not require you to give up your US citizenship or leave the US. That solution is America’s Tax-Free Zone. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I can assure you that it is absolutely 100% real and legal. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity that could save you many thousands… even hundreds of thousands… of dollars or more in taxes each year. … Continue reading