In early June, Raymond James Ltd. added Calibre Mining Corp. (CXB-TSX; CXBMF – OTCQX) to their list of favored gold stocks. Their strong buy recommendation was based on a detailed analysis of the company that included these three central investment themes.
What happens when social media platforms get into politics? We take a look at what this means and how it will surely become a big 2020 election topic.
Racial inequality pits one group against another, whereas economic inequality pits citizens against the rulers of an empire. So what’s happening now and what does it mean for the stock market and our economy?
Here’s a brilliant article on how the debts of our past are coming back to haunt us and how it will continue to haunt us into the future.
Sometimes the noise gets so loud that it is impossible to think clear and reasoned thoughts. In this ever-changing landscape, how should one invest? Here is John Top’s thoughts on the market.
The truth is often hard to comprehend – especially when we are bombarded with such biased media influence. Here is evidence through our past writings that clearly show how what was once difficult to believe becomes reality.
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) is used to forecast the likelihood of future economic activity because it tracks the movement of bulk commodities by measuring the changes in shipping costs. So what is the BDI chart telling us now?
Evrim Resources Corp., EVM.V, a prospect generator, shows it can “bounce back” from a market set-back. Here’s a look at the chart for Evrim Resources.
While many companies are struggling to stay afloat with declining sales during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alkaline Water Company is thriving. Here’s a look at the opportunity in one of the fastest growing companies within its niche.
We made a good call on the S&P TSX Global Gold Index recently. Now we’re seeing a similar pattern emerge in the GDXJ, a junior gold miners ETF. Here’s our chart analysis and what to expect.
We are at a pivotal moment in time where our fate lies in government hands. What the government does will determine our future. And right now, the costs are extremely high. Is this the end of democracy?