Thursday, April 3, 2014

Looking for 1,000% Gains? Resource Investor Oliver Gross Has Some Junior Mining Names for You

by Kevin Michael Grace
The Gold Report

The bottom is in, declares Oliver Gross of Der Rohstoff-Anleger (The Resource Investor), and the bulls are ready to charge. In this interview with The Gold Report, Gross says that the woefully undervalued juniors will exploit their leverage advantage, with best-in-class companies gaining as much as 500% to 1,000%—or more. And he lists more than a dozen gold, silver and copper companies most likely to soar.
The Gold Report: Gold has fallen in the second half of March. Why?
Oliver Gross: I think it’s a correction after the strong rally since December. And the situation in Ukraine has quieted down. We’ve also seen a strong uptrend since the beginning of 2014 and now it feels like a healthy consolidation.
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Mickey Fulp – March Major Market Report

from Financial Survival Network

Mickey Fulp’s March Major Market Report
  • Stock markets static with TSX up TSX.V up
  • Gold and Silver Platinum down Palladium up, Copper down
  • Energy down
  • Dollar and Euro static, yield on 10yr up slightly
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McAlvany Weekly Commentary

What’s in Your Wallet?

About this week’s show:
Treating gold & silver as cash.
-Buffet over pays by 300%!
-How do you recognize value?
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Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A)

Agilent Technologies, Inc. provides bio-analytical and electronic measurement solutions and services to the life sciences, chemical analysis, diagnostics and genomics, communications, and electronics industries worldwide. Agilent Technologies, Inc. sells its products through direct sales; and distributors, resellers, manufacturer’s representatives, telesales, and electronic commerce.
To review Agilent’s stock, please take a look at the 1-year chart of A (Agilent Technologies, Inc.) below with my added notations:
1-year chart of A (Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
A has formed a key price level at $55.00 (black) over the last (5) months. In addition, the stock created a down trending resistance starting from the middle of January (red). These two lines combined have A stuck trading within a common chart pattern known as a descending triangle. At some point, the stock had to break support or break its string of lower highs, and last week the stock broke support.

The Tale of the Tape: A formed a descending triangle pattern. A short trade could be made on a rally up to $55.00 with a stop placed above that level. A break back through $55.00 would set up a potential long trade, and another long could be made on a break through the downtrending resistance.
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Why are platinum and palladium not meeting analyst expectations?

The impact of the 10-week old strike which has halted production at a number of South Africa’s platinum mines so far seems to have had little impact on PGM prices. Why?

While every now and again some analyst or other comments that perhaps palladium is outperforming gold, or platinum is, on the year to date both the pgms have moved up pretty well pari passu with gold overall. All three metals are around 7-8% up since the beginning of the year. Indeed gold moved up substantially further during the height of the Ukraine crisis and while the pgms followed they did not quite do so to the same extent. As gold has fallen back though, the pgms have caught up again.  (more)

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Does Tesla TSLA Really Need a $5 Billion Battery?

In a project that is befuddling industry experts and competitors, Tesla Motors Inc. is looking for possible sites for a giant electric-car battery factory in four Southwestern states.

The plant, dubbed a "gigafactory" by Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk, would be the world's largest factory by a long shot. Mr. Musk has outlined a proposal to spend $5 billion on it, hiring up to 6,500 workers and creating thousands of ancillary jobs. He compares the undertaking to auto-industry pioneer Henry Ford's early 20th century Rouge complex. It took in iron ore and other raw materials at one end and rolled out completed Model Ts at the other, aiming to control and cut costs at every stage of production. (more)

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