How the Slowdown in Gold Discoveries Should Push Prices Up

I’m in Nevada visiting a gold miner that is making new discoveries. Finding new gold deposits is increasingly rare despite the rising price of gold, and this trend will squeeze the gold market in the years to come.

For your trading profits,

Sean

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Your thoughts on “How the Slowdown in Gold Discoveries Should Push Prices Up”

  1. Sean,
    I know that is a reference to supply and demand and that should make sense. However, until we get a trading market that is not being munipulated by the existng criminal kingpins it is going to be played only to their advantage no matter what small investors do. Do you think the Saudis are not into gold? How about oil and the Bakken project and the moves Washington is making to eliminate competition and jobs and control the actual expenses involved in extraction. Also the poor “luck,” companies are having in the industry where they have no longer a finanial interest. I’m still not sure the BP Gulf spill was not terrorism. I mean we are under a complete and total Fascist state at this time.
    Steve H

  2. After watching Larry Edelson’s presentation 2 days ago, Iam still in the dark about “smart metals” by Olivier Garret. No references were given to their website (which smartmetals.com is apparently not) for gleaning further information on how one could transact thru smart metals, what the true advantages would be etc. So is there such information available? Not much was said during the presentation to provide assurance that this indeed would be a safe place to put your money, other than a mere claim that it is so.

    Thank you!

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Sean travels far and wide to seek out small-cap values in the natural resource sector. His journey started in New England. As a youth he worked on Mt. Washington, on the cog railroad that runs to the summit.