New Research Report Is Up

This one is my best ideas right now and it’s probably the best risk/return junior mining stock play I’ve seen in over 13 years of following the precious metals and mining stock sector.

It’s certainly, by far, the most mis-priced junior mining stock in the sector.  This is also my most comprehensive and thorough report, including a glossary of mining terms and a two-page technical analysis that Nick/Denali Guide prepared specifically for this report.

You can access this report here:   Research Reports

FYI:  CNBC just posted its lowest viewer ratings since Q2 1997.  Cramer’s show is absolutely cratering:   CNBC/Cramer Crashing  It’s outright embarrassing to have worse ratings than Charles Payne on Fox News, as he’s has to be one of the dumbest “market experts” I’ve ever seen.

I remember thinking back in the early 2000’s, when CNBC was at its zenith, that we would see the Fed’s money printing-fueled stock bubble persist until CNBC ratings tanked and that the start of a serious bear market would begin when CNBC’s viewership headed to zero.  Looks like we’re almost there, baby!

Anyone see the 2yr Treasury auction today?  It was a disaster .  The low demand/poor auction results is being credited with triggering the big drop in stocks today.

Seriously, it’s time to get out of mainstream stocks, unload your bond funds and move your money into the safety of physical gold and silver.  You leverage your gold/silver holdings by buying good quality junior mining shares, like the one featured in my latest report.


One thought on “New Research Report Is Up

  1. The economy shrank at an annualised rate of 2.9% in the first three months of the year, the third estimate from the US Commerce Department showed.

    This was worse than the previous estimate of a 1% contraction, and also worse than economists’ expectations.

    Trade was also a bigger drag on the economy than previously thought, with exports falling by 8.9% rather than a previously estimated 6%.

    The news media is still spinning the “bad weather” sitcom to deter from the fact that cracks are showing on the so-called reeeecovery. I mean, it’s -2.9% instead of -1%? That’s a big contraction – this can’t just be wriiten off so easily.

    expect worsening conditions as things go on. I expect our government to extend this exit fees on bonds to be expanded onto other things, forcing people to be “stuck” in investments with no way to get out when it comes crashing down. Basically, it shutting every exit door shut with cement.

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