Marlin Gold Mining – Analyst Coverage Initiated – BUY

Editors Note: We have followed Marlin Gold for several years and own shares therein. There is a lot of activity going on with Marlin and it is nice to see Noble Capital Markets initiate coverage of this company.   Noble Capital Markets Initiates Research Coverage on Marlin Gold Mining Ltd. On April 17, 2017 Noble Capital has issued a research report and buy recommendation on Marlin Gold Mining, TSXV:MLN and OTCQX: MLNGF Marlin Gold is an emerging precious metal mining company with assets in Mexico, Nicaragua and Arizona. Marlin owns 100% of two primary mines and receives payment streams and royalties from three other projects. The buy recommendation is from C$0.70 up to a target price of C$3.00. See Noble Capital’s Full Research Report HERE. … 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

Cameco explores sale of U.S. uranium mines as six-year slump drags on

Reuters | March 6, 2017 2:26 PM ET             Canada’s Cameco Corp, the world’s second-biggest uranium producer, is exploring the sale of its U.S. production facilities, its chief executive said on Monday, as a six-year slump in the industry drags on. Cameco, which has been cutting costs and curbing production, is in the early stages of evaluating the sale of its mines in Wyoming and Nebraska, but also wants clarity on U.S. President Donald Trump’s plans for nuclear power, Chief Executive Tim Gitzel said in a telephone interview. “We are in the process of looking at divesting those assets. We’re not very far into it, so I can’t say too much, but it’s something we’re looking at,” he said from the city of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan province, where Cameco is based. … Continue reading

The Passing Of Larry Edelson

March 6, 2017 Editor Note from Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com Today we learned of the passing of Larry Edelson at the young age of 61. While I never met Larry, he was a colleague of ours in the business and was an incredible talent of great knowledge. I was a subscriber of Larry’s and always looked forward to seeing his next comments on the big picture in the world’s markets and so much more. I am also particularly proud to say that Larry was a subscriber to my services for many years. Our sympathies and respect go out to Larry’s family, Martin Weiss and the entire Weiss Research organization. A life cut short and which we will greatly miss. Larry Edelson, a great man and dear friend of many years, has just passed away. All of us, including his wonderful family, my wife and I, plus his many devoted colleagues … Continue reading

American Manganese TSXV:AMY – WHERE WILL ALL THE ELECTRIC CARS GO WHEN THEY END THEIR SERVICE LIFE?

  March 2, 2017 Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker American Manganese is interesting company which we own and should be of interest to investors. http://JuniorMiningNews.com       WHERE WILL ALL THE ELECTRIC CARS GO WHEN THEY END THEIR SERVICE LIFE? “… Of all the hurdles that electric cars have had to overcome, one of the most annoying, and persistent, has been what to do with the batteries when the vehicles reach the end of their service life. he shell of an electric vehicle (EV) is much the same as that of any gas-powered automobile: a mix of metal, plastics and some fabric. Comprehensive recycling programs exist to deal with most of those components. But the batteries pose a different, and heretofore perplexing problem. Enter American Manganese Inc. (AMI), who say they have the answer to the world’s emerging EV market disposal problems….” READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE … Continue reading

Kootenay Silver’s, Jim McDonald interviewed by Katusa Research at the Cambridge Investment Conference

March 1, 2017 Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker We have know Jim McDonald for several years and are investor in KTN and KTN.WT. This interview with Katusa Research gives a great insight as to their possible growth and expansion of silver resources. For other exciting opportunities visit my website, http://CommonStockWarrants.com   Kootenay Silver Inc.   … Continue reading