What Is Stressing These People Out?

A five-storey mesh dancer, a giant game of fire Tetris and — if rumours are to be believed — a hacked Boeing 747 are just a few of the oversized artworks on show at Burning Man (August 30 to September 7). Microsoft’s newest wearable is called Microsoft Band, the same name as last year’s activity-tracker. The new one looks sleeker than last …

E-cigarette Trend Growing

E-cigarette Trend Growing: Maggie Lake talks to Nik Modi from UBS Investment Research about the growing trend. [youtube height=”326″ width=”580″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8e-Y7k3W_5w[/youtube]…

Don’t Wait Too Long

On February 28, 2010, we published an edition titled, “The Crash of 2010.” During that time, the markets were strong and stocks were flying higher and higher. Many didn’t take the report seriously.
On May 6, 2010, the Dow plunged 998 points – in less than 5 minutes. The biggest intraday drop in stock market history. Sure there were speculations that it was a computer glitch…

A Sneak Preview

Since March of last year, when all hell broke loose and the markets were at its lowest point, we were talking up precious metals stocks (see Playing Ball With Resources).
Now things have not only turned a complete 180, but are continuing to push with “rock” solid momentum.
As mentioned in our last edition (see The Tip of the Iceberg), even our most recently featured silver junior climb…

The Truth About the Bubble

There’s nothing more exciting than picking up shares of a mining junior on the brink of a discovery or en route to building a mine for production.
There are also many different ways to play these occurrences. Some investors buy on the hype and sell on the news. Others buy on the up and down swings of news releases and money flows. Big money investors, however, sit and hold until a discovery …

Nothing We Can Do

Sometimes, things just keep getting bigger. But bigger is not always better…
Over this past year, we have done a lot of trash talking regarding Obama’s reckless abandon of his loose monetary policy. We knew this spending would continue and that the effects of his actions were going to be dramatic, yet hidden under the radar using word play and hidden agendas.
This past week, the nonpa…

Facts on Gold You Need to Know and a Change in Schedule

Last week, we skipped our discussions on mining feasibilities because I wanted to bring your immediate attention to the incredible opportunity that was slowly, yet rapidly, beginning to show itself: the falling of the US dollar and the rise in gold prices.
The urgency in the release of last week’s newsletter could not have come at a better time for our readers:
Gold hit an all-time h…