Gold Miners Wait for the September Rush

Gold Miners Wait for the September Rush

August 24, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal.com—At one point, the gold stocks better start shooting up. At least, this is the sentiment of many a frustrated investor, who are tired of hearing stories of the meteoric gold rise, while swearing at their low-performing stocks. The blame-game goes around and around: some say margins, some say fear, others say rising costs. Margins [...]

Gold is Still the Standard: US Celebrates 40 Years of Fiat

Gold is Still the Standard: US Celebrates 40 Years of Fiat

August 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal.com—Have you ever  broken up with someone and years later saw how good he or she was doing, only to feel like the world’s biggest idiot? Well, this is probably how US bankers should feel, if it wasn’t for the fact that they have made a fortune plundering the US economy through a debt-based monetary [...]

Gold Defies Gravity: Drags TSX from Freefall

Gold Defies Gravity: Drags TSX from Freefall

August 11, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal.com—The last couple weeks have been a sickening rollercoaster ride for investors, who are vomiting cash after a relentless series of free-falls forced even the hardiest of stomachs to give in to the fear that the world economy is, quite possibly, screwed. The occasional relief from the Debtocalypse, as seen in yesterday’s gains, seems more [...]

Well-Financed Miners Will Survive

Well-Financed Miners Will Survive

August 8, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal.com—In the current marketplace, a constant fear of recession has caused unprecedented strain on most companies, many of which are still recovering from the last crash. Yet the possibility of Recession 2 (or, really, the “re-discovery” of Recession 1) has prompted many of the dime-a-dozen juniors to make haste with a plausible business model. Without [...]

Debt-Terrorism and Gold Records: Just Another Day

Debt-Terrorism and Gold Records: Just Another Day

August 4, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY–ProspectingJournal–Whether an illusion or not, a bubble or a parabolic paradigm shift, gold puts a smile on my face every time I hear it in the news or read about it among the vast sea of opinions. Forget the so-called economists and anti-gold philosophers: when gold goes up it does so in contrast to fear, [...]

This is not about gold cresting at $2,000 . . . Individual Prosperity remains the focus

This is not about gold cresting at $2,000 . . . Individual Prosperity remains the focus

August 3, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

The Bad News: There is no place to hide! GUEST COMMENTARY–LarryMylesReports.com–Over the last three years has anyone noticed the (not too) subtle shift in the timbre of the national dialogue? During 2009, the entire western world had to suffer through a brash and overconfident Washington regime blathering on about how government would lead the way [...]

Bullion, Bitcoin and Bucks: Will the Real “Fake” Money Please Step Forward?

Bullion, Bitcoin and Bucks: Will the Real “Fake” Money Please Step Forward?

July 28, 2011 by · 12 Comments 

COMMENTARY – ProspectingJournal.com – The choice between taking payment through precious metals in physical bullion, online decentralized currency in Bitcoins, or fiat central bank notes may be not be as clear-cut in the near future. While the logical decisions made by merchants and consumers in the marketplace are often flawed and lacking the total information [...]

“Do You Think Gold is Money?”: Metals Surge As Ron Paul Smacks Bernanke

“Do You Think Gold is Money?”: Metals Surge As Ron Paul Smacks Bernanke

July 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY–ProspectingJournal.com–A short while ago, we issued an article on the gold boom in Nicaragua and the bright future this precious metal faces as a result of the global economic turmoil. Highlighted in the article were companies we thought worth following, given their placement on Nicaragua’s soon-to-explode Gold Belt, such as Golden Reign Resources (TSXV: GRR), [...]

Mortgage Mayhem: Just Around the Corner?

Mortgage Mayhem: Just Around the Corner?

July 6, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal—If China’s recent interest rate hikes, Greece’s debt fiasco, America’s upcoming double dip, and Portugal’s acclaimed “junk” rating should teach the average Canadian one thing, it’s that perhaps now is not a good time to take out a large mortgage for that waterfront condo. There’s enough financial armageddon stories out there to attract even those [...]

The Return to 1970’s Stagflation . . . a word very few understand

The Return to 1970’s Stagflation . . . a word very few understand

July 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

GUEST COMMENTARY–LarryMylesReports.com–What happens when tough love does not take the first time around? Apparently, for America’s leadership, it means another humbling trek to the woodshed. As tempting as it may be to gain example and similarity between the Carter and Obama administrations, let us avoid the insipid and silly and opt for the high road. [...]

Miners, Bankers and Investors Eye Silver–the Versatile PM

Miners, Bankers and Investors Eye Silver–the Versatile PM

June 21, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY—ProspectingJournal.com—2011 has been a rollercoaster for silver, the once “Poor Man’s Gold.” Indeed, silver fans are beaming with optimism these days (though slightly shaken), as the precious metal still has a ways to go if it wants to sit at its historical price ratio with gold . . . If manipulation doesn’t keep bashing it down. [...]

ProspectingFM – Ep 1: Jeff Nielson (BullionBullsCanada.com)

May 5, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

April 29, 2011 – Episode 1: In this episode we interview precious metals analyst Jeff Nielson of BullionBullsCanada.com, where we focus on our favourite topic: silver. We cover the lack of objectivity in the main stream media regarding silver’s prices, the alleged manipulation of prices by both JPMorgan and HSBC through the actions witnessed on [...]

GOLD BREAKS $1500: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCH BULLISHNESS

April 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

COMMENTARY – ProspectingJournal.com – While the bears are out there circling and declaring the precious metals market to be yet another bubble waiting to be burst like the infamous tulip-bulb market, the price of gold broke through a major psychological barrier today. Intraday prices flirted with and finally broke the $1500/oz price point yesterday, while [...]

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