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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
PostPosted: Mon Dec 07, 2009 3:04 pm 
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I thought to post this chart Inca Kola News here for those interested in silver stock performance within this class of miners:

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Having a devil of a time getting this image to a resolution where it can be better resolved... :FF_at_wits_end:

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 Post subject: Re: GOLD PRICE 16 November 2009
PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:09 pm 
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Sabina Gold & Silver Corporation <-- is picking up now silver is rising
Silver Standard Resources Inc. (US) <--- when silver rises it should go up..(big player)
Terrane Metals Corporation <-- actually my favorite
US Silver Corporation <-- bought them at 0.13,5 gradual rising.. though to trade in. (still very low, should pick up on silver rise)
TSX: Minera Andes Inc. <-- made quit some money out of this one, left it for a while.
TSX: Genco Resources Ltd <-- interesting to keep an eye on, they have some problems but the mine potential is super
AMX: Rubicon Minerals Corporation (US) <-- i am eyeing this one.

Hi Markz, what do you like at the moment?

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Hey Jaba, sorry, i missed this one indeed.

terrane is sinking now at 1,44 has been steady around 1,57 for the short term.

the silver mines i would prefer for going long. they wont budge all toghether.

i am in on terrane and us silver for the long haul.

its all a little iffy right now.

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 6:33 am 
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Yup, I hear you, certainly an iffy time - trying to decide whether these are good lows to buy on (many of the miners look like they're bottoming out on the technicals) or if too premature. I've been in on Terrane and US Silver, and like both so far. Have nibbled at GDX, SLW, SVM. Eyeing MNEA. Looking for some other ideas on small penny stocks, have seen Silver Quest on a few write-ups, maybe Sabina though it's around a buck.

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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terrane made a nice 5k profit leap to 1.71 :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Yup, some nice rallies on Friday. TRX was up something like 15%, Exeter Resource (XRA) up over 20%. Silver Quest (SQI) and Endeavour Silver (EXK) each up about 9%, among others.

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Stumbled across this little blurb on Alexco (AXU), which I believe is Tom Paul's favourite - nice sales growth forecast it seems (though I don't know how it compares to previous years):

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The market expects Alexco Resource Corporation (NYSE: AXU) to witness 1,200% sales growth in the next fiscal year. AXU’s market capitalization is $144.2 million. AXU is involved in the exploration and development (E&D) of mineral properties in Canada, primarily in the Yukon Territory.

http://www.benzinga.com/trading-ideas/long-ideas/61775/top-5-small-cap-stocks-with-highest-sales-growth-estimate-for-next-ye

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Looking at the premarket action today, it says 500 shares were traded at 26% over yesterday's close! I'm thinking someone got their numbers mixed up and inputed $4.36 instead of $3.46 which was yesterday's close.

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 Post subject: Re: Play List for Gold Stocks
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SILVER FIELDS RESOURCES...

Latest alert for Clive Maud.

The 1-year chart is almost useless technically, but does enable us to examine recent action in more detail. In addition to showing that the volume indicators are now trending higher in unison, as already mentioned, it shows that moving averages are not yet favorably aligned, although it wouldn't take much for that to change for the better. What this implies is that we might be a little early with this one - weeks or maybe a month or two at most, but given the potential volatility of this stock, it is considered much better to be early than late, as it could double almost in a heartbeat, and it is at a good price here.

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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The Metal Augmentor's free Silver Equities Report:

" http://www.mediafire.com/?jmzddynm2wz "

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Now China sources newly mined gold from the USA
The latest news from Coeur d'Alene Mines on its sale of gold concentrates on a long term contract to the Chinese has to be seen as yet another positive for the gold price.

Author: Lawrence Williams
Posted: Friday , 25 Jun 2010

FUNCHAL -

We are now used to China sourcing huge volumes of metals from external sources to drive its industrial machine forwards, but the latest announcement from Coeur d'Alene Mines on its deal to have its gold concentrates purchased and processed by China's largest gold producer suggests that precious metals are on China's vast shopping list too.

China is already the world's largest gold miner, and many analysts now assume - following the country's announcement last year that it had been building up its gold reserves for six years unknown to the West - that it is still expanding its gold holdings in a way that does not necessarily show the gold going into official reserves. And now it appears to be looking elsewhere to purchase supplies of the yellow metal without overtly impacting the market.

What is significant, perhaps, is that this suggests that China's commitment to gold is both ongoing - and likely to increase. The country, through its financial institutions and state television advertising, has been persuading its ever growing middle classes to purchase gold (and silver) as a good investment. There seems little doubt that the state is doing the same thing itself as a means of diversifying its huge reserves.

Coming back to the Coeur deal - as my colleague Dorothy Kosich noted in her article today on the company's new Kensington mine in Alaska (Coeur Mines' controversial Kensington Alaska gold mine now a reality), "The gold concentrates produced at Kensington will be processed by China's largest gold producer China National Gold through an agreement that is the first of its kind between a state-owned corporation of the People's Republic of China and a U.S. precious metals mine.........China Gold will be paying upfront, which means that in terms of timing, Coeur will get paid seven days after shipping vs. the typical two-three months that most concentrate producers must wait, while the metal is being processed at the smelter/refinery."

This is obviously a very attractive deal for Coeur, speeding up its cashflow, although it covers a relatively small amount of gold for the Chinese - but the very fact that this has been put into place suggests that other similar deals are likely to be negotiated with other new producers going forwards. It also means that China's appetite for gold just cannot be satisfied by its still growing domestic gold mine output - as we noted above already the world's largest.

If indeed it is China's plan to increase its gold holdings, but while maintaining an orderly market in the yellow metal, it is a smart move. The main reason, almost certainly, that China did not buy the IMF gold on offer - or even a large hunk of it - would be that to do so would have sent a very overt signal to the market and that the gold price would have skyrocketed as a result. Such a movement in the price might have been seen on global markets as a vote of no confidence in the dollar - and with China's huge dollar-related foreign exchange holdings this would not suit its long term economic policy either.

To buy newly-mined gold production at source is thus a clever ploy. It is not interfering with the gold market directly by being seen to buy, but picking up gold which is actually never reaching the market. It can then move the gold into some interim holding capacity which does not have it showing up in its official reserves until, and unless, it wishes to make this statement to the markets. The fact that, as a result, less gold is actually reaching the market has a substantially smaller impact on it than the overt purchasing of bullion itself.

The move has to be seen as long term bullish for the gold price and is yet another way of limiting downside risk for gold investors. GATA has for a long time been railing against what it sees as gold price suppression by the gold banks and governments, but probably none of this has the potential impact for control of the gold market which can be, and probably is being, exerted by the Chinese - but because this is broadly positive for gold it may not be in that organisation's interests to comment yet it is an equally manipulative policy if indeed it is in effect!

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:17 am 
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Haven't posted one of these in awhile, but here's the latest silver junior picks over at SunshineProfits.com:

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Here is a public spreadsheet on Google docs of silver data on miners.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ajym06WyPAdmdFRRUmlBc1B0alYtWWlIS0t1aEMyNVE&hl=en#gid=17

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 Post subject: Re: Play list for silver stocks
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Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. (NYSE/FSM)

Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. is currently trading near $3.85, has a market cap of roughly $500 million, and has no long-term debt. Most significantly, the company’s cash flow has been increasing. In 2013, it had $48.8 million in cash; at the end of 2014, Fortuna had $63.3 million in cash.

Few more http://www.profitconfidential.com/silver/top-3-silver-stocks-watch-2015/


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