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Revisiting a Breakthrough – The Original Gold Super Hero

With investors hurdling toward gold as our Government prints more money, I am reminded of a story that many gold enthusiasts may already know. It’s a story about a real life gold super hero whose deviance of conventional wisdom turned a failing corporation into one of the world’s largest gold producers.
Many of you who have been a part of Equedia Weekly for a long time will have alread…

A New Standard in Silver?

Sometimes things just can’t wait. This past week we caught wind of a news release that triggered an immediate interest from our staff signaling us to, once again, change our schedule for Equedia Weekly. But before we get into the details of our latest story, another news release caught our attention. The drilling has begun. Last week, we put out a very special edition on Trueclaim Expl…

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…

Taking the Next Step

There is a common misconception surrounding feasibility studies. We know they’re important but their significance is commonly misconstrued. Make one mistake or skip one step of the process and it can have detrimental effects on a mining project.
A mining feasibility study, in short, is an evaluation of a proposed mining project to determine if the mineral resource can be mined economically.…

Key Things You Should Know

Mining resources has been the hottest sector during this market upturn. Last week, we talked about Ivanhoe Mines running from $2 per share to $13 and Teck Resources soaring from $3 per share to over $32, both in less than a year.
There’s no doubt that investors are flocking towards the mining sector, especially Canadians. Sixty percent of all public mining companies are listed on the Ca…

A Lesson in the Making

The deal is done. In last week’s newsletter, we talked about the significance of October 6, 2009 – a date marking the final signing of an agreement that will begin the process of opening up one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper-gold resources.
Ivanhoe Mines and Rio Tinto has now officially signed with the Mongolian government to begin the Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold projec…

The Mongolia Advantage

With the world’s largest undeveloped copper and gold projects, you’d think by now Mongolia would be a mining household name. But this destitute country’s overzealous legal restrictions on mining, stemmed from its greed for an ever-greater share of mining profits have finally been broken.…

Obama’s Bank Stress Test: Government Plot or Apophenia?

Earlier this year, Tim Giethner presented a plan on how the administration is going to “fix” the banking system by subjecting the country’s 19 biggest banks to a series of dire what-if scenarios that assume ballooning unemployment and further GDP contraction: the Stress Test
The Treasury Department’s end game is to weed out banks that need more capital and to give Americans…

The Truth About Real Estate and Obama on Working Through the Mortgage Crisis

In my part of town, developers are scrambling and offering major discounts on pre-sale homes giving up homes for up to 40% off their original asking price. And many first time home buyers are jumping at the chance and lining up early for their spot at making a bid for these drastically reduced luxury condos.
If you consider the battles and bid wars that many home buyers had to endure in the previo…