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  • Mailbag: Silicon Valley Isn’t the Only Place to Find Startup Investments

    Mailbag: Silicon Valley Isn’t the Only Place to Find Startup Investments

    Q: Are all the good investments in Silicon Valley? A: No, not at all. Great startups can come from anywhere. But Silicon Valley produces more of them than anywhere else. And it’s no accident that the majority (20 out of 35) of the newest American unicorns (companies worth at least …Read More »
  • T. Boone Pickens’ Real Legacy Has Nothing to Do With Oil

    T. Boone Pickens’ Real Legacy Has Nothing to Do With Oil

    Success is not a straight line. Innovation has no end. No matter where you are in life, you can be successful if you have a plan for action. – T. Boone Pickens America has lost an icon. The news headlines will tell you that oil legend or oil tycoon T. …Read More »
  • Weekend Show Politics – Sat 14 Sep, 2019

    Weekend Show Politics – Sat 14 Sep, 2019

    Hour 2 – Politics Segment 1 – We discuss the dangers of social media with Dr. Frieda Burnbaum.Segment 2 – We talk with Carl Hetterle a PGA golf profession who is active in Folds of Honor helping soldiers to reestablish themselves and their families.Segment 3 – Big Al and Jim …Read More »
  • Weekend Show – Sat 14 Sep, 2019

    Weekend Show – Sat 14 Sep, 2019

    Hour 1 – Recapping The Beaver Creek Conference and Change In Investing Money Flows It was a busy week for me at the Beaver Creek conference. I had over 30 meetings which impeded me from recording daily editorials. I’ll be back to it next week with my full slate of …Read More »
  • Don’t Be Another Wall Street Chump

    Don’t Be Another Wall Street Chump

    The Future and the Past Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 156 requires financial institutions to advise investors to not be idiots. Hence, the disclosure pages of nearly every financial instrument in the U.S. are embedded with the following admission or variant thereof: “Past Performance Is Not Indicative of Future Results” “Buy …Read More »
  • 5 Financial Rules of Thumb You Need to Break

    5 Financial Rules of Thumb You Need to Break

    This post 5 Financial Rules of Thumb You Need to Break appeared first on Daily Reckoning. One of my favorite Seinfeld episodes is when Kramer storms into Jerry’s apartment and starts complaining about another golfer who picked up his ball in the middle of the fairway to clean it. Kramer …Read More »
  • How to Prepare for a Gold Pullback

    How to Prepare for a Gold Pullback

    A gold pullback is what we’ve been talking about in The War Room for weeks. After a massive run from the $1,300s to almost $1,550 over the summer, the recent pullback in gold prices is a welcome sight to those of us who know that runs don’t last forever. In …Read More »
  • Is AT&T’s Dividend Safe?

    Is AT&T’s Dividend Safe?

    Some of the world’s best investors stick to dividend portfolios. They know that a steady stream of income is a top wealth building strategy. And finding the best deals with the most reliable companies is vital. But what happens when a reliable company is saddled with debt? Today, we’re going …Read More »
  • Income and Net Worth: Why Unequal Is Not Unfair

    Income and Net Worth: Why Unequal Is Not Unfair

    Economic inequality is a hot topic right now – especially when some Americans have been able to achieve extensive income and wealth compared with others. Today, Alexander Green explains why there are good reasons for this disparity and what lagging individuals can do to catch up. Over the past few …Read More »
  • Solar Stocks Get Crushed As Interest Rates Find A Short Term Bottom

    Solar Stocks Get Crushed As Interest Rates Find A Short Term Bottom

    As I wrote last month, solar stocks have been on a tear. (HERE) Since early April project developers like Vivint (VSLR-NYSE) and SunPower (SPWR-NSDQ) are up 50% and 100% respectively.  Producers of solar inverters, such as Enphase (ENPH-NYSE) and SolarEdge (SEDG-NYSE), have performed even better. The moves in these names really …Read More »
  • Vale partially halts work at second-largest iron ore mine

    Vale partially halts work at second-largest iron ore mine

    Brazil’s mining authority has ordered Vale (NYSE:VALE) to halt operations at part of its Brucutu iron ore mine, the largest in Minas Gerais state and the company’s second biggest, behind Carajás.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); The National Mining Agency (ANM) said its decision was based on its understanding that the Rio de Janeiro-based …Read More »
  • Armadale confirms high grades  at graphite project in Tanzania

    Armadale confirms high grades at graphite project in Tanzania

    Armadale Capital (LON: ACP) reported this week that a final diamond drilling campaign at the Mahenge Liandu graphite project in Tanzania confirmed high-grade near surface mineralisation.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); In a press release, the company said the campaign yielded high-grade, near surface intercepts recorded as 5m @ 19.8% total graphite content from …Read More »
  • Kore expands land position in California by 360%

    Kore expands land position in California by 360%

    Kore Mining (TSXV: KORE) expanded its position in California by 360% with the acquisition of 1,005 new claims that total 20,602 acres around its Imperial project.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); In a press release, the Vancouver-based miner said that the newly staked claims extend from Equinox Gold’s (TSXV: EQX) operating Mesquite mine to …Read More »
  • PNG demands 40% of output from Newcrest-Harmony’s Wafi-Golpu project

    PNG demands 40% of output from Newcrest-Harmony’s Wafi-Golpu project

    Australia’s Newcrest Mining (ASX: NCM) and South Africa’s Harmony Gold (JSE: HAR) (NYSE: HMY) are facing fresh challenges in Papua New Guinea, as the administration is asking to keep 40% of gold extracted at the companies’ Wafi-Golpu project. googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); The joint venture partners had been hoping to secure a …Read More »
  • Canadian economy won’t feel impact of battery metal mining

    Canadian economy won’t feel impact of battery metal mining

    Hardly three years ago expectations of a demand boom for battery materials used in electric vehicles (EVs) and energy storage reignited interest in the mining sector as the China-induced supercycle in commodities demand started levelling off.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); Prices for lithium and cobalt soared (only to fall back again). Same for …Read More »
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