Dave Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky joins me to share his thoughts on the trading pattern in GDX and the fundamental near term drivers he is watching for the overall gold sector. Still driven by politics and central banks the long term outlook is positive for gold but in the near term we could see some weakness.
Chris Taylor, President and CEO of Great Bear Resources joins me to address some of the questions that came in over the past couple weeks regarding the selloff in the stock. A large shareholder, McEwen Mining is going through a cash squeeze and was forced to sell its over 1million shares. We also discuss the work underway at the Dixie Project with a focus on the overall scale of the potential deposit. This ties into a couple comments on the M&A environment focused on majors.
Brien Leni joins me today to take a broad look at the junior gold sector. As the juniors still under perform there are some key fundamentals to note when looking at any company. We discuss what we look for and comment on the importance of a solid drill program.
With a Brexit deal now past the first step and trade talks sounding like they are going better (the jury is still out on that) it is interesting to see the safe assets still holding up nicely. Brien Lundin joins me to outline why he thinks gold is holding up well and what to watch for as the next major drivers.
Erik Wetterling, Founder of The Hedgeless Horseman joins me to discuss what he is looking forward to for Novo Resources. We are both shareholders of Novo, so we are overall bullish, but I do get Erik to balance out the potential positive drivers with any negatives that could prove the bears correct. Please let us know what you think by commenting or emailing me at Fleck@kereport.com.
Chris Vermeulen, founder of The Technical Traders kicks off today by looking at the recent downtrends in the safe haven assets. We look at the speed of the breakout and what the long term outlook is. To wrap it up Chris shares a trading strategy for natural gas.
Sean Brodrick joins me to recap the moves in cannabis stocks (up) and gold stocks (down). Driving cannabis was a good earnings report from Aphria which reported the positive earnings for the second quarter in a row. As for gold stocks they are closing in on a key short term support level as sentiment has shifted a little more back to risk on assets. We also discuss the long term drivers for risk off assets that are not going anywhere.
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David Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky joins me to outline some of the stocks he is invested in or just watching that are bucking the downtrend in the gold price. It all comes down to high grade and economics. These are only a couple stocks that have caught our eye. Please comment with the stocks that you see as drastically outperforming the market.
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Quinton Hennigh, President and Chairman of Novo Resources (TSX-V: NVO & OTCQX: NSRPF) joins me to recap the gold sorting results from last week. We discuss the overall grade and also look at the potential of fine grain gold, which we are waiting on those results. Quinton also shares some insights on the potential processing and mining techniques that the Company is testing for future larger scale production.
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We have talked a lot recently about the under-performance of precious metals but there are some examples of stocks with good news that are being sold off. John Kaiser joins me to share some of the companies he is watching that have sold off on news that he thinks is positive moving forward.