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The BIS-Network Dupes the Gold Mining Industry

The BIS-network keeps a lid on the dollar gold price. Since 2013 the dollar gold price per ounce gold is lower than the all-in company costs per ounce gold. The question is how long this can go on. Because of the sharp increase in gold mining costs the dollar gold price needed to reach $ 3,000 an ounce in 2017 for the industry to stay profitable and stay in business.

Are You sure there will be Enough Gold to match the Exploding Demand?

Cracks are now visible in the central banks’ wall of deceit. Trillions of dollars of bonds now trade at negative yields. Helicopter money is in the cards. People the world over now sense the jig is up. So one important question hangs in the air: Will there be enough gold to match exploding demand? Supplies are drying up. So… Has the world reached peak gold? And what does it spell for gold prices?

Stop The Panic Selling In Gold Mining Stocks

Why did gold mining shares crash at the end of 2015? Fear. The selling in gold mining stocks was driven by pure emotion — in other words, panic selling. People watched gold prices tumble, panicked and unloaded their shares of mining stocks out of fear rather than due to any logic or reason. The bear market in gold mining stocks took these companies to ridiculous levels.

Why the Rush into Canadian Gold Mines May Continue

In the last bull market, many big mining companies went after gold mines in higher-risk jurisdictions around the world. Today, investors are retrenching towards areas that are perceived as ‘safe’. Investor preference for safe jurisdiction, coupled with a weak Canadian dollar, make Canadian mining assets especially appealing.

Interview: CEO of Goldcorp - World's Largest Gold Miner, "Chuck Jeannes"

Goldcorp recently faced off against Yamana Gold & Agnico Eagle to take over Osisko. It looks like Yamana & Agnico Eagle have taken the prize with a larger bid. Are big miners changing their strategy to take over producing mining companies instead of raw deposits? Are they becoming purely mine operators instead of mine builders?

Have Gold Miners Turned the Corner?

As majors become healthier, merger & acquisition activity also increases. For investors in the sector, recent acquisition activity could be a sign that major gold mining firms are loosening up capital for development, which should benefit the entire sector, especially small exploration firms. How should you invest?

Will India see a Resurgence of the Love Trade for Gold?

How much of an effect could the pent-up demand from India have on the gold price if the Modi government eliminates the current disincentives? I have a suspicion that gold can easily jump 30% over the next 12 months, and if we have that rise, then the gold stocks could rally 60% from here.

The Battle for Osisko Mining: A Good Sign for the Gold Mining Sector?

When the mining sector is growing, companies become more aggressive, expand their production by acquiring new mines and deposits, signaling the start of a rebound from a bear market. We are seeing signs that majors are on the search for mergers and acquisitions once again.

Gold Equities, Manipulators and Significant Earning Potential

According to Eric Sprott, gold stocks are reacting very positively to what seems to be a shift in people’s willingness to commit to the precious metals area. Momentum seemed to pick up a little bit in Jan and in Feb some of that has carried on. Investor sentiment surely seems to have shifted a little.

Some Gold Mining Stocks May Outperform Gold Itself

Gold mining equities have become attractive to investors once more, after spending years out of fashion as respectable investments, given corporate governance problems and ballooning capital budgets. It makes sense to look at assets that were “absolutely punished and massively sold” in the past

Mexico Silver Production Down a Stunning 10%

If Silver Prices remain below $20, it is highly likely that more primary silver miners will be forced to put their high cost Silver Production mines on care & maintenance until prices recover

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