Erik Wetterling joins me today to share his thoughts on the recent news out of Novo Resources regarding the finer grain gold results. We discuss the ore sorting progress and how this could be a game changer for the overall project economics. Erik and I are both shareholders of Novo but we are just sharing our thoughts on the recent developments that have been driving the stock higher.
IsoEnergy (TSX.V:ISO & OTCQX:ISENF) had a busy year drilling at the Hurricane zone at the Larocque East Property. Recently the Company closed a bought deal private placement and is about to close a hard dollar component that will bring in around $6.5 million to continue exploring through next year.
Craig Parry, President and CEO of IsoEnergy joins me to update us on the private placement and exploration planned for next year. We recap the developments this year where the Company started with one hole into the Hurricane Zone and now has 26 holes that include many high grade intercepts and a new high grade target to the East.
Also click here to read over the Company presentation and note the work that is drawing the upcoming drill program to focus on the new Eastern target.
James Gorrie, writer for the Epoch Times and a political consultant joins me to share his thoughts on the intricacies of the US/China trade war. More than just about trade can we even expect a full deal to be signed in the next 5 years? We also discuss the likelihood of a fractured world in terms of trade moving forward.
Lobo Tiggre, Editor of The Independent Speculator joins me to share his thoughts on how gold has been playing its roll as a safe haven, or risk off investment. When the markets have sold off gold has benefited and throughout this year when the Fed was cutting rates gold was also moving up. So for the investor that thinks things are not all good in the US or around the world gold should still have a place in a portfolio.
We wrap up the cal by revisiting a recent article Lobo wrote focused on the investment narrative for Mexico. We look at the recent gang violence and assess what areas of Mexico can still be considered safe.
Rick Ackerman is kicking off today by updating us on some of the trades he has been doing in both gold and the S&P. These two markets are very inversely correlated right now and after last week when Rick was playing the short side of the S&P, the drop early this week now has Rick watching some higher levels that if reached will impact gold as well.
Dave Erfle joins me today to outline some of the more encouraging signs for the precious metals sector. We have been talking about silver and silver stocks leading the sector, which is continuing, and now we are seeing M&A pickup in the past 2 weeks, plus the junior stocks are starting to get some attention as well.
Sean Brodrick joins me to chat about the stability of the US markets after the recent 2+ month run. Off to a bad start in December it won’t take long for investors to focus on the Fed and ask about the next round of easing. The question is, does the Fed have enough tools to save the markets from any significant decline.
Ed Moya joins me today to recap some of the negative trade developments that are pushing markets lower for the second day in a row. As trade worries are back on the table after some comments made by Trump we are seeing safe assets get another bid. December could be a very important month if the markets continue this slide.
Walter Coles, President and CEO of Skeena Resources (TSX-V:SKE & OTCQX:SKREF) joins me for a comprehensive update on the drill program that is underway at the Eskay Creek Property. 4 drill rigs are now on site with a focus on infill drilling with also an exploration component. The increase in exploration drilling is a new development since the Company reported some good results in new areas. We also touch on the drill program at Snipp which is completed and assay results are pending.
Chris Temple wraps up today with his thoughts on what caused the markets, bonds, and US Dollar to move down. There was a lot of data released today as well as some comments regarding the Fed and trade that all played their rolls.