How To Recycle A Lithium Battery – A Buy Recommendation TSXV:AMY

Almost daily we hear stories out of the automobile manufacturers, Ford, Volvo, General Motors, and of course, Telsa, giga-battery factories, etc. of the ongoing evolution of autos going to lithium ion batteries in the very near term. The advantages are many………. However, I see virtually nothing in the press about how all of these lithium ion batteries used in the autos will be recycled. Is everyone overlooking this critical issue? I know of only one company that is on the cutting edge of this recycling issue and can be bought for pennies. This company has presented at numerous investment events and has had attracted a lot of interests from some of the big players. Editor’s Note from Dudley Pierce Baker Founder and Editor of: http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com Before I give you the details on this company, I must tell you in full disclosure that I have a significant position in this … Continue reading

Do you really want $5,000 to $10,000 gold?

Dudley Pierce Baker Guadalajara/Ajijic, Mexico email: support@CommonStockWarrants.com website: www.CommonStockWarrants.com It’s Time to Buy Gold as Insurance. Investors in the resource sector are starting to lick their chops at the prospects of $5,000 to $10,000 gold within the next few years or perhaps sooner. Mining shares and especially the junior mining and exploration companies should soar in price with many 10 baggers, 20 baggers and more. However, do you really think gold is going to $5,000 just because? Will we really like what we see in the world? Probably not. This old world is getting pretty scary right now with the world political events, the North Korean situation, the U.S. Dollar declining, etc. Yes, I do believe that we will see $5,000 plus gold and yes, we should all make many, many dollars from our investments. Remember that most of the big boys, Frank Holmes, Rick Rule, Doug Casey and others always preach … Continue reading

For Wall Street, Mexico Is Great Again

July 24, 2017 by Kenneth Rapoza ,  CONTRIBUTOR Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker founder of http://JuniorMiningNews.com http://CommonStockWarrants.com I have lived in Ajijic, Mexico for over 18 years and have seen many positive changes. Many of my personal investments in the junior mining and oil and gas sectors are operating in Mexico. Some of these companies have long-term warrants trading and offer great opportunities. Two Canadian oil and gas companies are now operating in Mexico with incredible upside and all of my positions are available to my Gold Subscribers to see. In spite of President Trump’s campaign rhetoric to take a  hammer to NAFTA, Mexico quickly recovered from its lows right around Inauguration Day and is now the best market in the Americas. Even better than the U.S. and Canada. (Shutterstock) Mexico has a lot of well-known problems. Drugs. Poverty. Corruption. And on the corporate side, low-levels of production outside of … Continue reading

Resource Sector – Time to Sell or Double Down

Resource Sector – Time to Sell or Double Down? I believe most would agree that the resource sector presents the most challenging investment climate for investors. Timing is everything as you buy and sell and frankly, you better get it correct or at least very close to correct. Entering the market buying shares or stock warrants in mining companies too early sets one up for great disappointment and periods of depression. You might look up and see your positions down 10%, 20%, 50% or more. The seasoned investor knows this game and while we do not like it, it is sometimes part of the process of investing in this space. This is truly an art, so to speak, of picking your preferred companies and time the entry of your buying. Why do we continue to invest in this space is a frequent question. The answer is simple in that when … Continue reading

Global Inflation May Drive Gold to ‘$1400-$1500 This Year’

by Soren K. 29/03/2017 10:48 AM Global Inflation May Drive Gold to ‘$1400-$1500 This Year’ It is refreshing when a fund manager discusses their opinion before completely loading up. This speaks of confidence in their view, integrity in theri words, and a long view that is not worried about siggles i nthe day to day events. Incrementum AG’s MP Ron Stoeferle is such a person. We’re now seeing a pick-up in inflation all across the globe. Incrementum AG says that Gold ‘may be in the early stages of a [bigger] bull market’. The drivers behind this are negative real interest rates as a byproduct of inflation. Prices may climb to $1,400 to $1,500 an ounce this year, said Ronald-Peter Stoeferle, managing partner at the Liechtenstein-based company, which oversees 100 million Swiss francs ($101.5 million). Incrementum on What they Will Buy “For the short term, it’s in a bit of a technical no-man’s land, we … Continue reading

Intrepid Explorer – David Lowell – Can He Do It Again?

March 29, 2017 Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com I want to share with you a great book, Intrepid Explorer            (The Autobiography of the World’s Best Mine Finder) J. David Lowell David Lowell has had an amazing career and is now the center piece of a new company now being formed which maybe one of his greatest successes. JDL Gold (J. David Lowell) (JDL) as of March 24 has merged with Luna Gold. On March 31st, there will be a name and symbol change to Trek Mining, TSXV:TREK This new company will have approximately C$110 Million cash and no debt and a management team comprised of some of the biggest names in the business. In full disclosure, I have a nice position in the common shares of JDL Gold as well as the stock warrants which are trading with a remaining life of around 4.5 years. Time, … Continue reading

Silver Wheaton may soon be named Wheaton Precious Metals

March 22, 2017 Cecilia Jamasmie   In late 2015, Silver Wheaton acquired a portion of future silver output from Glencore’s (LON:GLEN) Antamina copper mine in Peru for $900 million cash. (Image courtesy of Antamina) Canada’s Silver Wheaton (TSX, NYSE:SLW) plans changing its name to Wheaton Precious Metals Corp as half its revenue now comes from gold, the firm said Tuesday while delivering its fourth quarter results. The company’s bullion production has steadily increased since 2013, to the point that its revenue was evenly split between silver and gold in the second half of 2016.The Vancouver-based precious metals streaming company said its bullion production has steadily increased since 2013, to the point that its revenue was evenly split between silver and gold in the second half last year. Streaming, something that Silver Wheaton pioneered in 2014, means that a firm typically provides a chunk of cash upfront to mining companies to secure a … Continue reading

A Corporate Debt Crisis Is Underway… And Nobody Cares

A Corporate Debt Crisis Is Underway… And Nobody Cares By Justin Spittler Investors no longer give a damn. That might sound harsh, but when things are this backwards, you have to tell it like it is. You see, I read something recently that disturbed me. I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. It was an article I recently stumbled upon in Bloomberg. In it, the author explained how U.S. companies are issuing debt at breakneck speed. You see, U.S. companies have already issued more than $360 billion worth of investment-grade bonds just this year. Corporate America is now on pace to issue the most investment-grade debt in the first quarter since 1999. I don’t have to remind you how that ended… But here’s the really crazy part… Investors are lining up around the block to buy these bonds. If you read yesterday’s Dispatch, you know where … Continue reading

Will FATCA be repealed?

Posted on 19 February, 2017 by Orlando Gotay Since I have been closely following the unfolding—and somewhat constantly shifting tax policy of the Trump administration and the 115th Congress, I get asked often what will happen, if anything, to FATCA, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. Recall FATCA has turned virtually every foreign country and bank into an agent of the IRS, reporting back to the US Treasury on the holdings of US “persons”. Along with a bunch of additional requirements, like the odious Foreign Bank Account Report, it presents a truly formidable fiscal challenge even for the ‘normal’ expat. Most countries folded and signed agreements with the US where they agree to share financial information of US persons, under clear threat of punishing withholding taxes of US sourced payments to people in those countries. Even Vatican City signed up. Some countries have taken their time, and there has been … Continue reading