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The Outlook is Good For Natural Resources Despite Recent Setbacks. The Outlook is Good For Natural Resources Despite Recent Setbacks.

Natural resource companies - especially in the mining sector-have taken a beating during the past few months. Their market value plummeted amidst scandal, panic and doubt. Investors have become fearful. This is unfortunate because it's nothing more than unwarranted fallout from the Bre-X debacle. Bre-X's massive find in Indonesia's Busang region was touted as the largest recoverable gold resource in history. Pundits everywhere praised Bre-X, newsletter writers recommended Bre-X stock, and gold mining giants were clamoring to merge with Bre-X.  In actuality, ... Read More

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Gold Gains on Geopolitical Unrest Gold Gains on Geopolitical Unrest

Prices edge higher as inflation concerns and continued unrest in the Middle East prompt investors to seek stability. By TheStreet Staff on Mon, Feb 28, 2011 2:00 PM Gold prices were moving higher Monday as unrest in the Middle East continued to make gold an attractive investment for stability-seeking investors.  Gold for April delivery was rising $2.20 at $1,411.50 an ounce at the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold has traded as high as $1,417 and as low as $1,407.90 during ... Read More

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MIKE DAVIS–Following the “Big Money” MIKE DAVIS–Following the “Big Money”

The unconventional market forecaster and Chairman of No Count Stay Out LLC talks with the Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about tracking Big Money to predict which way the market will go and why he uses his knowledge to help others. Mike Davis, by his own admission, is far from the typical broker or stock market analyst. “I am not your three-piece Armani suit,” he chuckles. “I have been a cowboy riding horses since I was three years old, and I ... Read More

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Corporate Close Up–Guerrero Exploration Inc. Corporate Close Up–Guerrero Exploration Inc.

An International Exploration Resource Company Guerrero Exploration Inc. engages in the identification, acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties, primarily in Mexico. It owns a 60% right, title, and interest in the Cerro Azul property, which comprise one exploration concession of 200 square kilometers located in the Sierra Madre region in the north-central part of Guerrero state, southwest of Mexico City. Based in Vancouver Canada, Guerro is focused on the high yielding Mexican copper, gold and silver mining areas known as the ... Read More

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Red Metal Resources Ltd. Interview (OTCQB: RMES) Red Metal Resources Ltd. Interview (OTCQB: RMES)

6-30-11 Audio Interview with Red Metal Resources Ltd. (OTCQB: RMES) Caitlin Jeffs, President and CEO of, Red Metal Resources Ltd. (OTCBB:RMES), called into SmallCapVoice.com to discuss how Red Metal Resources is a mineral exploration company focused on aggressive growth through acquiring, exploring and developing copper-gold assets in Chile. Our projects are located in the prolific Candelaria iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) belt of Chile’s coastal Cordillera, host to Freeport-McMoRan’s Candelaria Mine and Anglo American’s Mantoverde Mine. Red Metal is a fully reporting ... Read More

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Titans of Capitalism-James Clair Flood Titans of Capitalism-James Clair Flood

James Clair Flood (1826 – 1888) was born on Staten Island, N.Y. to Irish immigrant parents. He had an eighth grade education, and was then apprenticed to a New York carriage maker. In 1849 he sailed for San Francisco and the Gold Rush. After some success in the mines, he returned east to marry Mary Emma Leary of Wexford County, Ireland. They were back in San Francisco by 1854, and in 1857 he opened a saloon with partner William S. O'Brien. After ... Read More

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One Way Or Another One Way Or Another

By Michael O'Derrick As I sit listening to yet another news program depicting the fate of our economy, I realize that we have entered a new era of no compromise of significance from either party regardless of the consequences. Is it true that we are in transition from governing from within to governing by abstaining from compromise? This seemingly new, but hardly tested, politics from Washington, presents the American people with no real voice in our financial debacle, leaving us feeling pulled ... Read More

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Option Writer Series—Sell the Put…  by Warren Kaplan Option Writer Series—Sell the Put… by Warren Kaplan

Want to buy a stock at a lower price than it currently sells? Well, you can do it by selling a put. • I like Campbell Soup (CPB). The stock price today is $31.14. • I can sell the January 19, 2013, $30 put for $3.30. • Your cost, should you have to buy the stock, would be $26.70. • ... Read More

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Revolutionary Movements–The Battle of Blair Mountain Revolutionary Movements–The Battle of Blair Mountain

The Battle of Blair Mountain, -- is the largest insurrection in U.S. history since the Civil War. For about a week, nearing the end of August and early September 1921, in Logan County, West Virginia, between 10,000 and 15,000 coal miners challenged company-paid private detectives in an effort to unionize the southwestern West Virginia mine counties. Unionization had thrived elsewhere as part of a demographic boom which was triggered by the extension of the railroad and was characterized by unprecedented immigrant ... Read More

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Gold Price Rallies after Dip but Euro Optimism ‘May Fade’ Gold Price Rallies after Dip but Euro Optimism ‘May Fade’

The following is an excerpt from Ben Traynor | October 27, 2011 | resourceinvestor.com The gold price rose to $1,725 per ounce Thursday lunchtime in London – 5.1% above where it started the week – following a mid-morning dip. Silver prices continued to see-saw around $33.50 per ounce – 6.7% up for the week so far. Stock markets meantime surged throughout the morning following news of an agreement between euro-zone leaders at yesterday's crisis summit. Commodity prices also rallied strongly, while government bonds sold ... Read More

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