One of the miracles of the free-market system is that when one person sells a share, there is another who is buying. Who are the current buyers when all are seemingly selling? (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘invest’
The original of this posting caused a stir. Rereading the posting, I can see why. So to any offended, I say sorry. In vino veritas. Nevertheless I edit, but stick to my original thesis: this is a rumination on investing, not engineering. So I write only about my investing thoughts, not about profound and difficult engineering isssues.
It is late Sunday night, I rode too many miles on my bike, ate too much fatty food at Granville Island, drank too much tea, watched too much opera, and drunk too much brandy to be a sound investment advisor. (more…)
Here is a link to a Wikipedia article I found while browsing the web searching for mining investment information. This article is called Largest Gold Companies. It includes the most comprehensive comparison of gold mining companies I have come across recently. And the references are extensive including some I have not hitherto seen. (more…)
Pebble Mine and hence Anglo American may not be a prudent investment at present. I have been wrong before in predicting the rise and fall of mine share prices, so please do not take the following as investment advice. See this for what it is: the ruminations of cantankerous old blogger. (more…)
Over the years on this blog and elsewhere I have written about mining investment. In particular, I wrote a course for EduMine called Mining Investment – Understanding the Risks. The course has proven to be popular, and now the folk at EduMine have persuaded me to give the course as a live webcast. The webcast is planned for the 27, 28, and 29th March. It will consist of three, three-hour long sessions each day. Details are available at this link. (more…)