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  • Komatsu’s Frontrunner automated trucks haul a record 2B tonnes

    Komatsu’s Frontrunner automated trucks haul a record 2B tonnes

    ILLINOIS – Komatsu America announced on Nov. 15 that the FrontRunner autonomous haulage system (AHS) has achieved the unprecedented milestone of more than 2.0 billion tonnes of material moved autonomously. Since its first commercial deployment in 2008 at Codelco’s Gabriela Mistral (Gaby) copper mine in Chile, the FrontRunner AHS has …Read More »
  • Nighthawk still finding strong grades at Colomac

    Nighthawk still finding strong grades at Colomac

    NORTHWEST TERRITORIES – Toronto-based Nighthawk Gold completed almost 16,000 metres of drilling this summer at its Colomac gold project 220 km northwest of Yellowknife in the Indin Lake greenstone belt. The company says it continues to intersect broad zones of mineralization with higher grade centres. This year rather than focus …Read More »
  • ATAC grows Osiris zone at Rackla with high grade

    ATAC grows Osiris zone at Rackla with high grade

    YUKON – ATAC Resources of Vancouver continues to drill on that part of the Rackla gold project not optioned to Barrick, and has made high grade gold discovery at surface at the Osiris property. Two rotary air blast (RAB) holes 1,000 metres southwest of the Conrad zone and 800 metres …Read More »
  • Golden Predator find new style mineralization at 3 Aces

    Golden Predator find new style mineralization at 3 Aces

    YUKON – Vancouver-based Golden Predator Mining reports that it has discovered an important new style of disseminated gold mineralization in the Sprogge area of its 3 Aces project. This is a potentially large gold bearing intrusive system not previous known at 3 Aces. A total of 27 shallow diamond drill …Read More »
  • Rick Ackerman’s Technical Forecasts – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Rick Ackerman’s Technical Forecasts – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Rick Is Back – Updating His Thoughts On US Markets, Treasuries, and PMsRick Ackerman is back and has a lot to update us on. We discuss the breakdown in US markets and how the high flyers are leading the charge down. Next up is the treasury market and a higher …Read More »
  • Company Updates From Management – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Company Updates From Management – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Maple Gold Mines – Exploration Work Continues To Develop New Greenfield TargetsMatthew Horner, President and CEO of Maple Gold Mines joins me to recap the recent news on the development of new exploration targets at the Douay Project in Quebec. The project is large and with an already defined resource …Read More »
  • Ryan Wilday – Cryptrocurrency Technician – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Ryan Wilday – Cryptrocurrency Technician – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Update On The Breakdown In BitcoinWith Bitcoin breaking down over the past week and now approaching the $5,000 level I wanted to bring Ryan Wilday back on the show. Ryan is the Bitcoin analysts over at Avi Gilburt’s Elliott Wave Trader Website. While there could be a bottom in place …Read More »
  • Copper output to spike in world’s top producer Chile

    Copper output to spike in world’s top producer Chile

    Copper output in Chile, the world’s top producer of the metal, is expected to increase 2% by the end of the year and continue to grow steadily during 2019 due to stronger performance from major mines, upgrades to existing operations, and lower risk of labour strikes. According to the latest …Read More »
  • KER Politics – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    KER Politics – Mon 19 Nov, 2018

    Charlotte Cuthbertson reports on Sunday’s events in Tijuana where the Mexican people seem to agree with the U.S. actionDownload audio file (Charlotte-Monday-AM-use.mp3) ...read moreRead More »
  • Why Some Investors Lose (And How Not to)

    Why Some Investors Lose (And How Not to)

    This post Why Some Investors Lose (And How Not to) appeared first on Daily Reckoning. At the end of The Rich Dad Radio Show there’s a segment called “Ask Robert.” Listeners submit their various investing questions and I’ll answer them. “Am I diversified?” is a question that I get more …Read More »
  • Expect Holiday Spending Boom, 2020 Bust, Says Moody’s Ryan Sweet

    Expect Holiday Spending Boom, 2020 Bust, Says Moody’s Ryan Sweet

    By FS Staff Financial Sense Newshour spoke with Ryan Sweet, director of real-time economics at Moody’s Analytics, to discuss his forecast for a holiday spending boom and 2020 bust. Ryan is considered one of the most accurate high-frequency forecasters of the US economy, according to MarketWatch. Here’s what he told …Read More »
  • Freezing Temperatures Could Heat Up Natural Gas Prices

    Freezing Temperatures Could Heat Up Natural Gas Prices

    click to enlarge Freezing temperatures increase demand for heating, much of which is provided by natural gas. In January of this year, when temperatures fell below the average in many parts of the U.S., demand reached a single-day record of 150.7 billion cubic feet, according to the EIA. I can't …Read More »
  • Kootenay Silver to buy high-grade silver project in Mexico

    Kootenay Silver to buy high-grade silver project in Mexico

    Kootenay Silver (TSXV: KTN) announced that its wholly-owned Mexican subsidiary entered into an option agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the Columba silver project, which hosts a past-producing mine and is located in the northwestern state of Chihuahua, Mexico. Under the terms of the agreement, Kootenay Silver can acquire …Read More »
  • Tasca continues to expand in BC

    Tasca continues to expand in BC

    Vancouver-based Tasca Resources (TSX.V:TAC) expanded its New Princeton Gold discovery area in British Columbia to 14,650 hectares by completing a staking program of 10,637 hectares surrounding the project. In a media statement, the company said the expansion made sense following a recent gold discovery from the bedrock trenching. Tasca explained …Read More »
  • BHP to pay $390m to settle tax bill dispute over Singapore business

    BHP to pay $390m to settle tax bill dispute over Singapore business

    World’s largest miner BHP (ASX, NYSE: BHP) (LON:BLT) said Monday it had settled its long-running tax battle with Australia's tax authorities concerning its marketing operations in Singapore. As part of the settlement reached with the Australian Tax Office (ATO), BHP is paying about A$529 million ($386.43 million) in additional taxes …Read More »
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