Silver Mining News

Silver is a MUCH Better Buy Than Gold

While it is never too late to buy gold one look at the current gold:silver ratio clearly suggests that silver and/or the stocks and warrants of quality gold and silver miners and royalty companies are […]

Growing Silver Squeeze Means +$100/oz. Price by End of Decade

Right now, with the ratio of silver prices to gold abnormally low, there is a lot of room for silver to move up sharply – which it will when people realize that economic growth and […]

We Have a New Gold Standard: Marc Faber

We Have a New Gold Standard: Marc Faber I wouldn't read a thing into yesterdays price action in gold.  It spent the entire day range-bound between $1,120 and $1,130.  The highs and lows aren't worth […]

Volatility ahead, but precious metals rally to remain intact

Greetings investors. Price predictions are a sucker's game, but it's fun to make them from time to time, even though it's absolute guesswork. The nature of the guessing game is changing though. Consider this two-tier […]

The CFTC Says 'NO' to Silver Analyst Ted Butler

After not doing much of anything during most of the Far East trading session on Wednesday, gold spiked up to around $1,032 spot at 4:00 p.m. in Hong Kong… just 30 minutes before London opened for […]

Gold Bullion: The Best and Safest Investment on Earth

“If you’re holding paper currency, you have to have some kind of trust that the country that issued it is not just going to print its way out of its problems. That’s a real concern […]

28 Day Sector Rotation, Commodity & Index Update

Earlier this week I noticed a pattern in the market throughout an entire trading session that has inspired me to write a short piece on sector rotation. On Tuesday March 16th, my quote screen was […]

28 Day Sector Rotation, Commodity & Index Update

Earlier this week I noticed a pattern in the market throughout an entire trading session that has inspired me to write a short piece on sector rotation. On Tuesday March 16th, my quote screen was […]

Gold Bullion: The Best and Safest Investment on Earth

“If you’re holding paper currency, you have to have some kind of trust that the country that issued it is not just going to print its way out of its problems. That’s a real concern […]

Gold Bullion: The Best and Safest Investment on Earth

“If you’re holding paper currency, you have to have some kind of trust that the country that issued it is not just going to print its way out of its problems. That’s a real concern […]

28 Day Sector Rotation, Commodity & Index Update

Earlier this week I noticed a pattern in the market throughout an entire trading session that has inspired me to write a short piece on sector rotation. On Tuesday March 16th, my quote screen was […]

28 Day Sector Rotation, Commodity & Index Update

Earlier this week I noticed a pattern in the market throughout an entire trading session that has inspired me to write a short piece on sector rotation. On Tuesday March 16th, my quote screen was […]

Global Gold Hedge Book Down to 236 Tonnes

As I mentioned when I filed my Tuesday commentary in the wee hours of yesterday morning, there was nothing much going on in either the Far East or early London trading that was worth mentioning.  Gold […]

The Devalue or Die era is picking up steam

It is a wise person that adapts themselves to all contingencies; it's the fool who always struggles like a swimmer against the current. – Source Unknown – The US and criticizes China over is reluctance […]

Euro Woes Part II

It is a painful thing to look at your own trouble and know that you yourself and no one else has made it. -Sophocles – The EU is poised to reach agreement on a potential […]

John Kaiser: PDAC-Too Much of a Good Thing?

Source: Interviewed by Sally Lowder, The Gold Report 3/15/10 http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/5831 Perhaps something akin to prospectors rushing from around the world in the grips of gold fever to California in the middle the 19th century, thousands […]

Pool Accounts: Why You Should 'Get Physical' Instead

I wouldn't read a thing into Thursday's trading activity in the gold market anywhere on planet earth yesterday.  The high of the day, if you wish to dignify it with that name, occurred shortly before 10:00 […]

Avino Silver Asks, “You Like Mining?”

By Claire O'Connor and James West MidasLetter.com Friday, March 12, 2010 You can come away from a cocktail party with many things; the bartenders’ cigarette lighter, a telephone number smudged hastily in lipstick, maybe even […]

MST wins first installation in South America with Buenaventura

Buenaventura is investing in its operations to ensure they are as safe and productive as possible. After an extensive technology review, it chose Mine Site Technologies’ ImPact Underground Digital Network as the backbone for a tracking system at its Orcopampa gold and silver mine in Peru. The scalability of the network was what appealed most [...]

Another Gold Analyst Strives to Miss the Point

Another Gold Analyst Strives to Miss the Point Gold didn't do much in Far East trading on Tuesday but, like Monday, began to turn down at 4:00 p.m. in Hong Kong trading.  The price was […]

GATA Appeals to CFTC to Act Against Manipulative Shorts

Gold did absolutely nothing in either Far East or European trading… but at 9:40 a.m. in New York, the bullion banks hit the 'sell gold/buy dollar' button… and that was that.  By the time the […]

Silver Lake opens up new gold hopes in Murchison

The successful mid-tier, high-grade gold producer near Kalgoorlie, Silver Lake Resources, has found a new lead in an old mining camp in the Murchison goldfield in the mid north of Western Australia.

All's Quiet on the Eastern Front

Thursday was another day when the precious metals basically followed the dollar's lead.  Trading in Hong Kong was quiet up until 4:00 p.m. in their afternoon when the dollar began a gentle decline while gold […]

Up, Up and Away?

Up, Up and Away? Gold did virtually nothing in Far East trading on Tuesday, with its low price of the day, around $1,115 spot, coming during the Hong Kong lunch hour.  But the real action didn't […]

Jim Rogers: British Pound Could Collapse Within Weeks

Gold didn't do much of anything in either Far East or early London trading… and was pretty much unchanged from it's Thursday close by the time New York opened for business yesterday morning. From that […]