Headline Royalty stocks are trending down while a few lesser ones still look bullish I know that the Royalty/Streamers buy Huey’s gold after he pushes his cart out of the cave, but I just love that picture. Without Huey, no gold royalties. Which ones look bullish? Certainly not Royal Gold, heading down for a half a year now. Certainly not Franco Nevada, heading down for … Continue reading Which Royalties Are Royal?
I don’t think I’ve ever listened to Rick Rule, but I think I’ve been missing out. Oh and he happens to share my views about US politics (“Tweedle Dumb & Tweedle Dumber”). As for gold and investing, the guy knows his stuff. He has a confidence about him that I don’t consider arrogant, and I am really sensitive to arrogant people. I actually tend to … Continue reading “Your choice is Tweedle Dumb or Tweedle Dumber” – Rick Rule
I sold my final shares of small gold+ royalty company EMX yesterday (after an initial sale the day before). But I re-seeded into a couple junior/explorers and another small royalty company yesterday and today. They say sell the rips, which I do on some non-core items. This will eventually settle down. An end of summer 2020 price increase is coming. Subscribe to the value-priced NFTRH … Continue reading Sell the Rips?
Man stares at EMX chart, man sees overbought reading, precious metals getting hammered (as would be expected on market sentiment relief) and man remembers selling a 10% spike in GSV last week for fear of a newsletter pump (since confirmed by a subscriber) and fears the same about EMX. Regardless, man appreciates a 26.5% profit any time he is fortunate enough to have one. Sold. … Continue reading Man stares at EMX Royalty chart…
First the ugly. I hold a small position in this piece of crap bought in January for no chart reason whatsoever. And I hold a more sizable position in this one, which was bought for its chart at the intersection of the moving averages (and also a bit of favorable funda feedback from a trusted source). Thus ends our little stroll through the ‘.V’ patch … Continue reading Life in the ‘.V’ Mining Patch