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The Euro/Dollar Dance

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. Albert Einstein […]

Mickey Fulp on Precious Metals after the "Decade of the Aughts"

Source: Interviewed by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report 1/22/2010 Itchy money made 2009 one of the best years on record for the junior resource sector, according to Mickey Fulp, the Mercenary Geologist. In […]

The Watched Pot…

Doubt that growth of the new creditor economies is the real driver for the metals market is waning ever more rapidly.  Not everyone will view that as a good thing, but most will now look […]

Roundup 2010: Mineral Deposits that Matter

A mineral deposit that matter is a deposit that helps you make money regardless of the economic cycle – has a long life and it has an impact on the global supply. Forecasts are that […]

Pressure on the Euro boosts the dollar and gold retreats

The last week was a lack-luster week for gold. Perhaps some of the steam was taken out of the gold market due to the introduction of the new platinum and palladium exchange traded funds. The […]

Silver, gold and uranium are Howard Ruff's picks to profit in inflationary times ahead

Howard Ruff, publisher of the Ruff Times, sees inflation ahead for the U.S. as it moves towards a more socialist style of government and picks gold, silver and uranium as investments sectors of interest. Interview with The Gold Report.

Howard Ruff: Reprising (and Preparing for) Rough Times

Source: Interviewed by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report 1/15/2010 Howard Ruff, who has observed the markets, the economy and government through three serious recessions and witnessed the rise and fall of the dot-com […]

Kingsgate may reopen Thai gold mine after recent drill results

KINGSGATE Consolidated said it may consider reopening the D pit at its Chatree mine in Thailand after recent drilling returned positive results…more at The Australian

Eldorado Gold to resume operations at White Mountain

The group says it expects the Chinese mine to ramp-up to full production quickly

Big rise in Zimbabwe gold output but still only fraction of peak levels

While a "remarkable recovery" the jump in production in the beleaguered country was capped by energy problems and a lack of skills

GOLD MINING: Lamaque mine to reopen, reach commercial output 2011

QUEBEC — Century Mining, a Canadian junior gold producer with its corporate office in Blaine, WA, is m... [Full Story]

Gold's stellar performance set to continue in 2010

As we enter the beginning of another year, and wonder what to expect for the year regarding the different markets, I for one am extremely bullish on gold. Last year was a great year for […]

Trey Wasser: Identifying Stars in the Mexican Precious Metals Universe (Part II)

Source: Interviewed by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report 01/11/2010 As we learned in Part I of Trey Wasser's interview, his Mexican Gold & Silver Explorers Model tracks junior explorers and producers as they […]

First gold exports from Centamin's 4 million tonne/year Sukari gold mine

Centamin has now announced initial gold exports from Egypt's first modern gold mining operation, with the plant operating at its design capacity of 4 million tonnes a year of ore.

Nevada still offers excellent potential for discovering and developing gold assets

Investment bankers Dahlman Rose say prospective Nevada exploration and mining projects--not belonging to Newmont or Barrick--also offer junior company investors high-return opportunities in a rising gold price environment.

Copper Correction

Copper has enjoyed a spectacular run higher.  In calendar 2009 as it emerged out of the stock-panic-induced commodities-price crash, it rocketed 153.2% higher!  Such performance is just staggeringly good, even by the high post-panic standards.  […]

New Mine Development on SupplyMine – Jabal Sayid

The copper and gold project is located in Saudi Arabia some 350 km north-east of Jeddah. A Definitive Feasibility Study was completed and results published in December 2009 – the study takes onto consideration underground […]

anarc Updates NI 43-101 Preliminary Economic Assessment Report, Improves Project Economics for the New Polaris Gold Mine Project, BC

Canarc Resource announced that an updated NI 43-101 preliminary economic assessment report on the New Polaris gold mine project, British Columbia, Canada, has improved the estimated project economics to an 80,000 oz per year gold […]

Bob Moriarty: 2010—The Year for Gold Shares

Source: Interviewed by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report 01/05/2010 321gold founder Bob Moriarty returns to The Gold Report for a lively exclusive interview about what he sees as the best investments for 2010. […]

As events around the world continue to change we should use gold to protect our wealth

After having the very fortunate opportunity of living in numerous major cities around the world, and while trying to assimilate with various different cultures, I realized that one's perception of the truth is a matter […]

The Dollar, Euro and Gold

Whenever a taboo is broken, something good happens, something vitalizing. Taboos after all are only hangovers, the product of diseased minds, you might say, of fearsome people who hadn't the courage to live and who […]

The rebound in the US dollar continues, putting some pressure on gold

It was not so long ago that I was writing about the weak US dollar and how it was one of the main reasons why the gold price was increasing. But, since around the middle […]

On The Dollar, Exchange Rates, And Gold

This is actually a continuation of the discussion of my last article, "Are The Fiat and Gold Standards Converging". I tried to make the case that the new interest in gold by individuals and central […]

Midlands Minerals Corp. – Analysis by J Taylor

Midlands Minerals Corp. (MMC) is, in my view, one of the most undervalued and unrecognized emerging gold mining companies in the world. I say that on the basis of its flagship property known as the […]

Gold’s Old Enemies: Allies in 2010

Central banks – the long-time nemesis of the gold sector – are doing an about-face to become its biggest supporters. And this quantum shift promises to gather momentum in 2010 with the prospect of a […]