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108664I wanted to show that junior mining companies are starting to regain their grounManagement1st41 minutes ago
108663Yes, that's the million dollar question. Most mainstream economists are sayimindmeld3 hours ago
108662I remember when I bought GDXJ, SILJ and SLV 2-3 weeks back, the stocks proceededRarebird5 hours ago
108661GDXJ broke my first resistance at $34.Rarebird5 hours ago
108660Very happy for you.Rarebird5 hours ago
108659FCX is a gold stock, copper stock and energy stock. That is to say, it is a stocRarebird6 hours ago
108658What I see here is a late cycle bull where commodities lead the way. Ultimately,Rarebirdyesterday
108657I bought some GLD calls late in the session as I expect Gold to follow SilverRarebirdyesterday
108656My gold stock as now reached almost its level of november 2017 (in a 2 weeks ralManagement1styesterday
108655RB, picked up this tidbit from KWN. This year gold has held above $1300 the longstuffbugyesterday
108654Can you spell B-R-E-A-K O-U-T for Silver? Next target $17.65.Rarebirdyesterday
108652I feel like the $1365 barrier could come down soon, really soon. This is my feelManagement1stSunday
108651The second stock i am the most involved in which is a junior gold mining companyManagement1stSunday
108650I talked to a young man a few days ago, he is paying $1400 rent in Carson City, flashforward2009Sunday
108649The next 2 weeks are extremely bullish in regard to money flows, due to massive mindmeldSunday
108648Last week the Gold mining stocks outperformed the POG. The Mining stock ETFs hitRarebirdSunday
108647Rents have begun to skyrocket here in Clarke County, Nevada, over the past few wRarebirdSunday
108646Yes, we do have pockets of stagflation already. I agree. It's been awhile simindmeldlast Saturday
108645Most workers and fixed income people already are in stagflation. Rising cost offlashforward2009last Saturday
108644So we have all the following: * increasing interest rates * quantitative tightenmindmeldlast Friday Only when this metric hits somewhere close to 90%-ish will Real Manlast Friday
108642Exactly. I've said much the same on other threads. Iceland, which is a sociamindmeldlast Friday
108641Fair enough and I agree with you. Politics nowadays is a nasty business. Everyonmindmeldlast Friday
108640Trade to perfection. Bought SLV calls at close yesterdayThe Barracuda™last Friday
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