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Almaden Minerals (AAU) has always been sort of an enigma to me. On one hand, the company certainly doesn’t fly under the radar in the mining world, as the father-son tag team of Duane and Morgan Poliquin is well known and respected in the industry. On the other hand, because Almaden’s flagship Ixtaca project (located in Puebla State, Mexico) was continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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When it comes to investing/speculating, one of the first things that everyone learns is to never fall in love with an investment. That is a whole lot easier said than done, no question, but today, I tried to keep that principle in mind as I digested the most recent continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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I recently returned back from a vacation out to the Dominican Republic (a very beautiful place I might add), so I guess it’s safe to say that the DR has been on my mind a lot lately.

Having said that, my trip out to the Caribbean Islands coincided quite nicely with the market’s recent “boredom” with one of the more prospective and exciting junior gold companies continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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For anyone who is new to mining stocks, one of the first important lessons you learn is to not back up the truck and go all in with any single position in one fell swoop. Why not? Because regardless of what company it is that you are buying (and how amazing the fundamental story is), this breed of asset class if so off the charts crazy volatile that there really is nothing else out there that can compare to it. It’s easier said than continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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Outside of the cryptocurrencies, the performance of cobalt has to rank as one of the strongest performers so far in 2017. Since the beginning of the year, the spot price of cobalt has climbed from ~$15/lb to continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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Historically speaking, precious metals and the corresponding mining stocks tend to lag quite badly relative to their performance seen throughout the rest of the year. 2016 bucked the trend, as gold and silver looked to have broke out their 4-5 year brutal bear market, and the mining stocks in particular [click to continue…]

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Teranga Gold (OTC:TGCDF) is a mid-tier West African gold producer that has a foothold in three countries: Senegal, Burkina Faso, and continue reading at Seeking Alpha

 

 

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Klondex Mines (NYSEMKT:KLDX) is a mid-tier gold producer with four operating mines located in the safe jurisdictions of Nevada (Fire Creek, Midas, Hollister) and Manitoba (True North). KLDX is currently trading at continue reading at Seeking Alpha

 

 

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Franco-Nevada

When it comes to investing, as is often the case, many investors will have no interest in participating in a sector as long as the trend is sloping downwards. As it pertains to gold, a newfound buzz surrounding the precious metal has re-emerged since the spot price decided to go vertical, surging $170 to $1,220/oz since bottoming out in late December 2015 at $1,050/oz. With the change in market sentiment, demand for physical bullion, mining stocks, ETF products, etc. is starting to rapidly increase. If this most recent rally is indeed a sign of an impending new bull run to follow, we are most likely just entering into the very early stages of the upturn (1st inning, perhaps), so the “good news” is that investors who want in on the action still have time to position themselves accordingly before the tide turns for good.

Gold Stocks – Gold ETF (GLD)

For many investors, a most common and popular way to invest in gold is through liquid products such as continue reading at Seeking Alpha

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Newmarket Gold (OTCQX:NMKTF) has sure been in the news a lot lately. In early March, the company reported a strong Q4 and year, recording $76.5 million in operating cash flow, on top of 222,671 oz of gold produced in 2015, which exceeded the upper range of guidance.

Later in the month, Newmarket announced that mineral reserves at its flagship Fosterville mine have increased by 34%, to 244,000 oz due in large part to the discovery of the high-grade Eagle Fault Zone, which has also helped continue reading at Seeking Alpha

 

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