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Goud en Zilvermijnen

Post by Indiana Jones » 13 Oct 2011, 00:54

Is een topic wat ik nog miste hier.

Mijn mijntjes doen het al een tijdje niet zo goed. De boel staat flink onder druk in de mijnsector.
Op de edelmetaal website hebben ze een competitie daarin en die volg ik ook.
Zou zelf zeker niet in de top 10 daar belanden.
http://www.edelmetaal-info.nl/competitie/

En wie weet, gaat Gwyde hier ook nog eens posten ... ik hoop het.
http://gwyde.blogspot.com/

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Goeroes zijn het erover eens:

Post by Gwyde » 22 Oct 2011, 13:28

Goeroe's zijn het erover eens: "Cheap gold stocks"

Adam Hamilton exploreert opnieuw de HUI/Gold ratio. Hij vervoegt daarbij illustere andere goeroes als John Doody, Doug Casey, Rick Rule, Brent Cook ...

Oordeel zelf: http://www.zealllc.com/2011/cheaphuipf.htm

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John Doody on Gold Stocks: Undervalued and Underloved

Post by Gwyde » 11 Nov 2011, 00:01

http://www.financialsense.com/financial ... underloved

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Rick Rule: Gold Equities Set to Outperform

Post by Gwyde » 14 Nov 2011, 10:12

Rick Rule: Gold Equities Set to Outperform—All Fundamentals Now in Alignment
Large Caps will be the first to move

http://www.financialsense.com/financial ... -alignment

Rick Rule, founder of Global Resource Investments Ltd. joins Jim Puplava this week on Financial Sense Newshour and sees great opportunity in the precious metals equities, especially with the large caps.
Rick has dedicated his entire life to all aspects of the natural resource industry. His contacts and knowledge of this market are unmatched. At Global he leads a team that features professionals trained in resource related disciplines, such as geology and engineering, who work together to evaluate investment opportunities. Founder of Global Resource Investments, Ltd. Rick began his career in the securities business in 1974, and has been principally involved in natural resource security investments ever since. He is a leading American retail broker specializing in mining, energy, water utilities, forest products and agriculture. His research and brokerage capabilities are frequently recommended by distinguished financial newsletter writers such as Bob Bishop, Jim Blanchard, Doug Casey, Adrian Day, Richard Maybury, Paul van Eeden, Mark Skousen, Jack Pugsley and others.

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A rocky ride

Post by Gwyde » 16 Nov 2011, 23:48

European markets ended mixed, with minor losses (UK, Germany) not quite compensated by similar gains (F, NL). Wall Street however sold off heavily into the close, posting a loss of 1.66% on the S&P.

Precious metals had a hard time as well, with gold down 1% to $1763.6 by 4:40 and silver down almost a buck to $33.66 (-2.8%). A rocky ride as well as gold went through multiple intraday swoons and recovery attempts. For the third day in a row, we had an unusually weak start of the trading day on Asian markets.

Nothing but headwinds for our miners and we face losses outnumbering gains 7:2 on the “GoldMinerPulse list”. The gold miners index is down 0.99%, in line with the yellow metal. The silver miners index sheds 1.85%, ending off less bad than the white metal. The equal weight index limits its loss to 0.95% as we have quite a few countertrend double digit gains:
1. Revett Minerals Inc. (up 27% after a favourable court decision on the environmental impact of Rock Creek)
2. NovaGold Resources Inc. (Up 25%: Spin off of NovaCopper & Billionaire Kaplan named Chairman by new CEO Greg Lang(ex-Barrick). http://www.forbes.com/sites/steveschaef ... r=yahootix
3. SilverCrest Mines Inc.
4. Rye Patch Gold Corp.
5. Pacific Rim Mining Corp.
6. Laurion Mineral Exploration
7. Lincoln Mining Corporation
8. Tyhee Development Corp.
You were off worse with Esperanza Silver Corporation which got a 16% haircut...

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Natural Gold Ores and Minerals

Post by doubleyou » 22 Nov 2011, 19:29

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Niet over een specifieke mijn, maar wel enkele interessante weetjes en afbeeldingen van wat en in welke vorm men goud bovenhaalt.

http://nevada-outback-gems.com/prospect ... d_ores.htm

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Re: Natural Gold Ores and Minerals

Post by Rasta » 22 Nov 2011, 20:37

doubleyou wrote:.
Niet over een specifieke mijn, maar wel enkele interessante weetjes en afbeeldingen van wat en in welke vorm men goud bovenhaalt.

http://nevada-outback-gems.com/prospect ... d_ores.htm

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Re: Goud en Zilvermijnen

Post by doubleyou » 25 Nov 2011, 10:52

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Good juniors struggle as investors 'hit tank button'
Juniors are having a tough time making gains as gloomy markets slide and investors sell their positions even on good news.

Author: Kip Keen
Posted: Friday , 25 Nov 2011

http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/view/min ... &pid=92730

Mijne kleine teen - en die niet alleen - zegt dat het nu en de komende weken is dat wel eens hét nieuwe, goede instapmoment is voor producerende, winstgevende mijnen.
Want allemaal hebben ze ofwel de stijgende goudprijs van de voorbije jaren niet gevolgd, ofwel een correctie ondergaan. En de dip in de goudprijs kan dan nog wel even aanhouden misschien, maar dit is van voorbijgaande aard. Die zal zich vrij snel opnieuw stijgend bewegen.
En het sentiment dat helemaal op apegapen ligt, zal ook wel eens omslaan.
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Canadian gold and silver miner performance

Post by Gwyde » 25 Nov 2011, 11:39

Valuation data for a representative list of Canadian gold and silver miners and explorers are maintained on the http://www.goldminerpulse.com/ site (GMP). On the dedicated ‘Gold Miner Pulse’ page of my blog the performance of the HUI unhedged gold miners index is shown relative to gold bullion. It doesn't look nice: nor over the short term nor over two years, even since the aftermath of the secular financial crisis.
In another graph the performance disparity is illustrated among the gold and silver miners of the GMP database. Some lucky picks have been outperforming silver or gold by an impressive margin. Few laggards have lost tremendously despite gold and silver up considerably over the year. A disappointing majority of 61 precious metal miners are in the red since Nov 19 last year. Little individual miner information can be conveyed in one such graph. Therefore, I 'm going into detail to give an idea which miners were good picks and what are the investor's nightmares.

Complete posting at:

http://gwyde.blogspot.com/2011/11/canad ... er_24.html

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