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Chris Martenson
  Russia Did It!
This past week saw an enormous outpouring of respect and admiration for Stephen Hawking upon his passing. In contrast to his frail health in life, his contributions to our understanding of the universe were prodigious and robust. Hawking's elevation of rational and intellectual truth above all else, even his failing body, inspired a generation of science lovers. Perhaps, too, he represented something in desperately short supply in today's world: intellectual integrity. Our lives are now fraught
Friday, March 16, 2018
Jan Nieuwenhuijs - Bullion Star
China Gold Import Jan-Sep 777t. Who’s Supplying
While the gold price is slowly crawling upward in the shadow of the current cryptocurrency boom, China continues to import huge tonnages of the yellow metal. As usual, Chinese investors bought on the price dips in the past quarters, steadfastly accumulating for a rainy day. The Chinese appear to be price sensitive regarding gold, as was mentioned in the most recent World Gold Council Demand Trends report, and can also be observed by Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) premiums – going up when the gold
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Gold – crossing the Rubicon
Gold is challenging the $1300 level for the third time this year. If it breaks upwards out of this consolidation phase convincingly, it could be an important event, signalling a dollar that will continue to weaken.The factors driving the dollar lower are several and disparate. The US economy is sluggish relative to the rest of the world, the rise of Asia from which America is excluded is unstoppable, geopolitics are shifting away from US global dominance, and the end is in sight for monopolistic
Sunday, August 27, 2017
24hGold - Publicnow
Preliminary announcement of audited results for the year ended 31 December 2015
7461e164-dc60-409b-bf7c-21be9db88139.pdf Chaarat Gold Holdings Limited ("Chaarat" or "the Company") PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2015 Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands (21 June 2016) Chaarat (AIM - CGH), the AIM quoted exploration and development company with assets in the Kyrgyz Republic, today publishes its preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2015. Highlights for the year Optimised Definitive Feas
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
24hGold - Noodls
Otis Establishes Advisory Board; Appoints Mr. Eric Klepfer as First Member
October 15, 2015 Vancouver, B.C. - Otis Gold Corp. (or 'Otis') is pleased to announce the establishment of an Advisory Board whose mandate is to provide guidance and technical advice to the management team and board of directors as the Company continues advancing the Kilgore Gold Project through to an eventual production decision. The first member to be appointed to this Advisory Board is Mr. Eric Klepfer of Klepfer Mining Services LLC., whose specific area of expertise is mine permitting and r
Thursday, October 15, 2015
24hGold - Noodls
Half Yearly Report
OXUS GOLD plc ('Oxus' or the 'Company' or the 'Group') Interim Results for the six months ended 30 June 2015 The Group reports a loss for the period of $1.12 million including costs of the arbitration process (see below) of $0.15 million and interest charges of $0.44 million. Other than the ongoing arbitration proceedings by which the Group is seeking compensation in respect of the loss of the Amantaytau Goldfields (AGF) and Khandiza mining assets, there are no other operating activities
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Jeffrey Lewis
No FED Bets From the BIS
It is becoming harder and harder to ignore the fact that central banking policy isn’t exactly working out for the real economy. More wealth has been funneled toward an increasingly small and concentrated pool of unproductive paper wealth. But low and behold, it looks like the political-monetary landscape is being groomed in preparation for the next leg of this ongoing train wreck. Now the Bank for International Settlement (BIS), the central bank bank of central banks, is throwing the Fed under t
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
24hGold - MarketWired
Great Quest Clarifies Its Technical Disclosure, and Northern Peace Agreement
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - March 02, 2015) - Great Quest Fertilizer Ltd (TSX VENTURE: GQ) (GQM.F) ("the Company) reports that, as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities Commission (the "BCSC") of the Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") the Company filed on SEDAR on January 30, 2015, the Company is issuing the following news release to clarify its technical disclosure. Given the conflict in Northern Mali and the volatile security situation, the Company has not completed re
Monday, March 2, 2015
24hGold - MarketWired
Great Quest Files Updated PEA for Multi-Phased Phosphate Production
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - February 03, 2015) - Great Quest Fertilizer Ltd ("the Company") (TSX VENTURE: GQ) (GQM.F)  is pleased to report the filing of an updated Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") of its Tilemsi Phosphate project in Mali, West Africa. The PEA, originally filed on February 17, 2013, has been updated to include the pilot plant phase of operation announced on December 18, 2014 (See Release for details). The newly combined multi-phased production plan is now available on S
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Golden Dragons Grand Strategy 
Zheng Bijian, a leading Chinese intellectual and reformer said: “The most important strategic choice the Chinese made  was to embrace globalization.” China has made a new most important strategic choice – Asian Regionalization. “In the past few years, both Chinese and foreign analysts began to reach the conclusion that China has developed a fairly consistent and coherent grand strategy… Because economic development is taken as the only way for tackling all the pressing challenges that Chi
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
China’s gold strategy 
China first delegated the management of gold policy to the Peoples Bank by regulations in 1983. This development was central to China's emergence as a free-market economy following the post-Mao reforms in 1979/82. At that time the west was doing its best to suppress gold to enhance confidence in paper currencies, releasing large quantities of bullion for others to buy. This is why the timing is important: it was an opportunity for China, a one-billion population country in the throes of rapid ec
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Chris Powell - GATA
Big nations snub Beijing bank launch after US lobbying BEIJING -- China will officially launch a new $50 billion Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank on Friday as it steps up its challenge to global financial institutions like the World Bank that it feels are dominated by America and its allies. But only 20 mostly small economies, many of them effectively client states of China, will become founding members of the bank at Friday's ceremony in Beijing after Washington lobbied fur
Thursday, October 23, 2014
The Energy Report
Angelos Damaskos: The Best Way to Profit from Peak Oil
The Energy Report: You are the principal advisor of the Junior Oils Trust. What are the advantages of junior oil companies?Angelos Damaskos: When we set up the Junior Oils Trust in 2004, we believed in the development of a supercycle in energy. China was in the early stages of industrialization and urbanization, and would thus require increasing volumes of oil. At the time, new discoveries of oil were scarce and much smaller. We wanted exposure to what we believed would be rising oil prices, and
Friday, May 2, 2014
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Why I Made My Latest Book Available For Free 
Books cost money to buy because they cost money to make. Everything flows from this. Or, it used to. Now, everything is different. The book publishing world is radically changed from even three years ago. My first book, Gold: the Once and Future Money (2007), was picked up by a major business publisher, John Wiley, and eventually was translated into four foreign languages, also by major foreign book publishers. It sold well for a book of its type, and is now
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Climate Change, Polar Vortex’s and Nuclear Energy
What does nuclear energy have to do with a polar vortex, record cold/snow and climate change? Read on to find out… From the World Nuclear Association (WNA) we take the following numbers as updated January 3rd, 2014. An important point to remember is I’m only going to use demand numbers from ‘future reactors envisaged in specific plans and proposals and expected to be operating by 2030.’ Facts: Currently there are 435 reactors operating worldwide producing 375,264MWe. Operable already means c
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Scott Wright - Zealllc
Global Gold-Mining Trends 3
In 2012 more gold was extracted from the Earth than ever before in history.And even with 2013?s anomalous gold panic devastating the mining industry, production is expected to rise for the fifth year in a row.The latest exploration cycle is no doubt bearing its fruit.And it?s fascinating to see the geographical trends of this harvest.Gold?s 2000s bull market has prompted the miners to scour the world over in search the Ancient Metal of Kings.And over the course of this bull, they?ve indeed reach
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Scott Wright - Zealllc
Junior Gold Exploration 3
Gold?s price multiplying by over fivefold since 2001 has unleashed an onslaught of exploration all over the globe.Countless mining companies, both old and new, have sought to get their piece of one of the hottest commodities of the 21st century.Many of these miners have gravitated towards jurisdictions known to have rich gold-mining histories.But gold?s unprecedented secular bull run has been impetus for them to stretch the boundaries of where they?re spinning their drills. And some have found t
Friday, September 27, 2013
Columbus Gold

Thursday, September 12, 2013
24hgold - MarketWire
Forms French Advisory Board

Thursday, September 12, 2013
Casey Research
The New Cold War: The “Putinization” of Uranium
By the Casey Research Energy Team Like the United States, the European Union relies heavily on Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) for its uranium, as shown in the chart below: Russia is projected to produce 64 million pounds per year by 2020. The majority – 40 million pounds – will come from Russia itself, and the remainder from its foreign projects in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Mongolia. But there's an often forgotten subsector of uranium production: the
Friday, May 17, 2013