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Gold Miners: Two Very Different Kinds Of Hype

Written by Gerardo Del Real
Posted October 23, 2017

Outsider Club gold expert Gerardo Del Real compares Mawson Resources (TSX-V: MAW) and Novo Resources (TSXV: NVO) and offers investors a little bit of perspective...

Ignore the Earnings Cave-In At Your Own Peril

Written by Dennis Slothower
Posted October 21, 2017

Investors really have no idea what’s coming, being totally optimistic and ignoring earnings, which continue to get lowered as a result of the hurricanes...

904 Sick, 671 Hospitalized, 34 Deaths

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted October 20, 2017

That’s 904 sick, 671 hospitalized, and 34 dead. And that’s just in San Diego and Southern Michigan, as the U.S. bears helpless witness to one the worst Hepatitis A outbreaks of the past 20 years.

The Big Play No One’s Talking About

Written by Outsider Club
Posted October 19, 2017

Copper prices surged more than 9% in the third quarter, hitting nearly $7,000 per tonne last month. It’s been driven higher by a weak dollar and strong demand from China. It’s a big leap, considering copper was trading at less than $5,000 per tonne a year ago.

Copper, Craft Spirits, & Nuclear Annihilation

Written by Outsider Club
Posted October 19, 2017

Following the boom in micro-breweries and craft beer, craft distillers have been reaping rewards of their own. In 2003, there were 60 craft distillers in the United States. Today, there’s more than 1,280 of them.

Nick Hodge and Rick Rule Unleashed on Gold and Bitcoin

Written by Nick Hodge
Posted October 18, 2017

Last week I was asked to be a part of an “emergency conference call on gold” with industry legends Rick Rule, Doug Casey, and Brien Lundin. Here are some excerpts you might find intriguing...

The 117-Year-Old Theory Blowing Up Biotech Today

Written by Adam English
Posted October 17, 2017

A whole new breed of immunotherapies has become possible because cutting-edge laboratories are creating custom-built antibodies. The next revolution, worth hundreds of billions a year, and trillions over time, is finally emerging.

The Best Undeveloped Asset of Any Commodity in the World

Written by Gerardo Del Real
Posted October 16, 2017

It’s our belief that a major bull market in uranium is not far off, and that well-positioned junior companies will rise by many multiples of where their stocks now trade. Fission Uranium (TSX: FCU)(OTC: FCUUF) is one of them.

Stocks Will Sell This Earnings Season

Written by Dennis Slothower
Posted October 14, 2017

Earnings season is underway, and given the buildup of this season, the market is expecting nothing short of strong results...

Breaking: What Really Killed Hugh Hefner

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted October 13, 2017

On September 27, publisher and sexual icon Hugh Hefner died of cardiac arrest. Technically. But details that emerged from his autopsy have now shown exactly what led to that.

Back Up the Truck...

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted October 12, 2017

If you had the choice between an $18,000 profit or $30,000, which would you choose? I think we can all agree that is a no-brainer, but here's how to actually do it...

The Long-Term View Is Terrifying

Written by Adam English
Posted October 10, 2017

Finding ways to boost returns on core investments is absolutely essential for every adult alive today. Here is how you can achieve those type of returns...

Critical Metals Go Mainstream

Written by Gerardo Del Real
Posted October 9, 2017

As the motor industry becomes more and more electric, a certain metal will become increasingly mainstream. The time to position yourself early is closing...

Market Sharks & Debt Traps

Written by Dennis Slothower
Posted October 7, 2017

This is no time to be speculating and ignoring extreme overvaluations just when the Fed is planning on taking the punch bowl away...

Nuclear Renaissance to Reward Uranium Investors

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted October 6, 2017

When I started in this business 10 years ago, uranium was all the rage. That was 2007, when the metal was trading at an all-time high of $138 per pound. Of course, the good times didn’t last long.