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The Lunar Metal


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13262 Reads | 36 Comments | 12 People call this a favourite

Silver Articles, News, Market Drivers, Stocks, a bit of humour.


  • Revett Minerals: Copper, Silver, and ‘Green’


    350 Reads | 2 Comments | April 16, 2013

    This is a repost of an ealier work of mine. It was published by my editor the first time. I just wanted the record set straight. I took a tour of Revett last fall. Nice operation and crew. Open, friendly and good corporate citizens. http://bullionbullscanada.com/silver-commentary/26031-revett-minerals-copper-silver-and-green  


  • Silver’s Smoking Guns, Part III: Market Paradox


    239 Reads | 0 Comments | March 15, 2013

    The last of the silver trilogy by Jeff Nielson. In Part I and Part II of this series, readers were presented with two dimensions of the great Silver Paradox. Despite having the best investment fundamentals of any commodity today, and arguably the best fundamentals for any commodity in history; silver hasn’t been so under-produced since it was discovered in the New World nearly 600 years...


  • Silver’s Smoking Guns, Part II: Investment Paradox


    162 Reads | 0 Comments | February 13, 2013

    This is part II of Jeffs Silver Paradox Trilogy. The world of investing is ruled by a single principle: “buy low, sell high” – or at least it should be. In order to squeeze as much money as possible out of the Chumps (i.e. small retail investors); the predatory Corporate Media has turned these “investors” into momentum-chasing traders, and the principles of...


  • Silver’s Smoking Guns, Part I: Mining Paradox


    238 Reads | 0 Comments | January 14, 2013

    Article by Jeff Nielson.   When a reader (and fellow silver-mining investor) recently expressed his frustrations on our Forum regarding the absurd valuations which most of these miners currently exhibit, I decided it was once again time to try to shed some light (and sanity?) on this subject. When I began investing in these silver miners many years ago; one of the first anomalies to which...


  • Revett Minerals: Copper, Silver, and ‘Green’


    2167 Reads | 2 Comments | December 10, 2012

    As 2012 winds down and I look ahead to the investment climate in 2013, I’m troubled by increasing warnings of potential “hyperinflation” ahead. As an investor, one way I can deal with this potential threat is to look for producing mining companies with large, verified resource deposits, and the capacity to develop these resources. One Company which fits that description is...


  • Junior Silver Producer, for now


    2173 Reads | 0 Comments | November 11, 2012

      Aurcana is a modestly profitable silver company (at current silver prices) running its La Negra Operation in Mexico.  Recent exploration has increased their resource to well over 150 M Oz Ag from under 10M Oz.  They are continuing to increase this resource with surface and underground drilling.  The link below will outline the current production rates and efficiencies...


  • John Williams On Lies, Damned Lies And The 7.8% Unemployment Rate


    80 Reads | 0 Comments | October 12, 2012

    An intrview with John Wlliams.  Worth a read.  Shadowstats is worh boomarking. seekingalpha.com/article/915191-john-wil...-8-unemployment-rate


  • Precious Metals vs. Commodities


    90 Reads | 0 Comments | September 11, 2012

     This is by Jeff Nielson, so if your not a fan, move on. I work with him and think well of his views on the commodities market. His backgroung in economics and law give him a critical view of this sector.  He doesn't hold back. http://bullionbullscanada.com/silver-commentary/25682-precious-metals-vs-commodities