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Big players dominate in SNL’s 2014 mineral exploration spend as juniors are squeezed out through shortage of funding.
Surging gold prices, among other things, suggest good things to come.
Rick Rule argues gold forestalled a capitulation sell-off in juniors, but that it's still likely to happen.
Gold stocks will move first, and bullion will follow, says Jeff Mosseri of Greystone Asset Management. A Gold Report interview.
Florian Siegfried believes the focus will be on companies that are making money at current gold prices. A Gold Report interview.
“We will help investors by providing better data on platinum,” says CEO Paul Wilson.
Thomas Drolet has found a sweet spot for gold in his basic portfolio and he shares a few of his favorites with The Gold Report.
The world is now a net buyer of gold and demand is beginning to overwhelm supply, says Nathan McDonald.
Avi Gilburt says the time to sell your metals was several years ago.
Fraser Murrell delves into the history of the Gold Standard and how a modern day version could be put in place.
In this Gold Report interview, Chen Lin discusses several companies that can survive $1,000/oz gold.
Thomas Schuster discusses a number of gold explorers whose rocks are starting to shine in this Gold Report interview.
‘Gold wars’ are intensifying with just 16 days left to polling day in the Swiss Gold Initiative.
Stability is perhaps the single most important consideration to doing business in any country, writes Henry Bonner.
Prices have fallen so far that shares are worth the same amount of gold as they were in 2008.
The commodities investor shares some strategies that help him "sit back and stay balanced.” A Gold Report Interview.
In this Gold Report interview, Alan Greenspan discusses the role of gold in a global monetary system.
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