While the junior mining stock market is slow at the moment, I thought this would be a good time to review how to pick a quality junior mining stock. Many juniors at this point are greatly undervalued, while others don’t deserve the valuations they have.
Gene Hackman is a great actor. He played the lead in one of my favorite films from the 70s, “The Poseidon Adventure.”
Its the unforgettable story of a cruise ship that is struck and capsized by a massive tidal wave at midnight on New Years Eve.
Now I know I’ve gone on and on in my previous emails about how great the technology sector is, and about how much money we stand to make by investing in it. But I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t talk to you about the risks of investing in this sector as well. I’d be an irresponsible and reckless individual if I didn’t talk about the potential downside here.
Baltimore, Md.It may have taken a while and may have been long overdue, but it has finally happenedthe fat lady has sung at last. And in singing as she did, she unleashed a monumental downpour on the dreams of housing bulls everywhere.
As we have been patiently waiting over the summer months and into early fall for the next up wave to take hold, a few juniors have performed well. Why is this, when most other juniors have suffered due to lack of trading volume or interest in the market?
These days many investors look at world markets through one of two lenses: a telescope or a microscope. In the search for international opportunities, it is imperative not to gloss over the mid-range opportunities, and the overlooked locales in which many of those chances for growth are found.
If you need more proof that the Age of Oil is coming to an end, you need look no further than two sentences that were uttered last week. One was spoken by the Pentagon. The other, about two hours later by President Bush.
Wireless technology is literally creating a “wave” of change and profits that’s sweeping across the globe at lightning speed. It’s about to completely shift how we do everything, from communicating with one another to how we pay for our groceries. Let me tell you what I mean.