Roger Lemaitre Of UEX: Uranium And Exploration Excellence

November 17th, 2014

uexlogoThe Energy Report:  After losing half of its value, the spot price of uranium has in recent weeks risen from less than $30 per pound to $42 per pound. Roger Lemaitre, President and CEO of UEX Corp., is pleased but not surprised, as a supply shortage looms, and sanctions against Russia are spooking utilities. In this interview with The Energy Report, Lemaitre explains how its substantial resources in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin have primed UEX to move forward when uranium prices rise to meet demand. Read more…

Commodities, Mining

Chris Vermeulen Talks Gold And Penny Stocks

November 17th, 2014

Stock TraderChris Vermeulen:  Last week I met with a local professional trader who specialized in trading only Canadian stocks. While he mainly trades the 75 large cap stocks on the TSX which have the liquidity requirements he needs, he also trades penny stocks on occasion. Read more…

Gold, Stocks

Rare Earth Elements (REE) Independence Needs Innovation

November 17th, 2014

Coal quarry engineerJT Long:  China’s geology, cost structure and disregard for environmental degradation have led to rare earth world domination. But the landscape is changing. In this interview with The Mining Report, industry expert Jack Lifton shares Read more…

Commodities, World News

Could A Short Squeeze On The Dollar Mean A Total Meltdown Of The Global Financial System

November 17th, 2014

dollarRick Ackerman:  With the U.S. dollar in the throes of a rally that has been rampaging since June, it’s time to revisit an idea that I first wrote about nearly twenty years ago – that a short-squeeze on the dollar could eventually cause a meltdown of the global financial system. Although doomsdayers have put forth many theories about how economic Armageddon might play out, Read more…


Local Police Buying Armored Vehicles: Justified By The “Increased” Threat To Police From Civilians

November 17th, 2014

police Armored VehiclesPaul Joseph Watson:  In an article for popular law enforcement website, Officer Steve Rabinovich writes that the controversial use of militarized vehicles in domestic law enforcement situations is necessary to deal with the threat posed by “anti-government groups.” Read more…

Government, World News

Municipal Bonds: The Party Is Coming To An End

November 17th, 2014

Federal Reserve buildingChad Shoop:  When the Fed dropped interest rates to record lows in December 2008, the uncontested trade to make was to short Treasury bills.

The idea was simple: The Fed couldn’t leave interest rates at zero forever, and when rates begin to rise Read more…

Earnings, Markets

Is the Islamic State’s Leader Al-Baghdadi Wounded Or Dead, No One Knows!

November 17th, 2014

Abu Omar al-BaghdadiKurt Nimmo:  The corporate media is rife today with reports the supposed leader of the Islamic State, Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, was critically wounded and an aide killed in a U.S. airstrike in Iraq.

The Pentagon, however, is not so sure. Read more…

Government, World News

Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber Admits “Lack Of Transparency” Was Key To Passing The Bill

November 16th, 2014

Obamacare 1Paul Joseph Watson:  In a newly uncovered video, Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber admits that a “lack of transparency” was key in getting the Affordable Care Act passed because “the stupidity of the American voter” would have otherwise killed the bill.

From 2009-2010 Gruber, a professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, served as a technical consultant to the Obama Administration during Read more…

Government, Healthcare

Immunologist Admits Baby Vaccines Are Worthless

November 16th, 2014

Vaccine babyPaul Joseph Watson:  A PhD immunologist and vaccine proponent admitted during a conference involving health professionals that babies are only given shots up to age one in order to ‘train the parents’ to get their children into the medical system and that the vaccines are completely worthless. Read more…


Red Flag For The Bull Market As Consumer Discretionary Is Underperforming?

November 14th, 2014

Bull 1Chris Ciovacco:  The chart below shows the performance of consumer discretionary stocks relative to consumer staples. For most of 2013, discretionary sectors were leading defensive sectors (ratio was rising in 2013). 2014 has been a different story with more conservative stocks, such as Proctor and Gamble (PG), taking on a leadership role. Read more…


FBI Facial Biometric Database Has “An Overwhelming Amount Of False Matches”

November 14th, 2014

Facial BiometricsSteve Watson:  A federal judge has ruled that the controversial new FBI biometric database must be subject to strict oversight, siding with a coalition of rights groups who revealed that the secretive technology could lead to an “overwhelming number” of wrong matches. Read more…

Government, Technology

Chines Investors Flood Hong Kong As Historical Agreement Is Announced

November 14th, 2014

shanghai-stock-exchangeJeff D. Opdyke:  You might not have seen this in the news last week, but Hong Kong and China agreed to a historic hook up. The two have linked the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges for the first time.

That represents a huge investment opportunity — albeit one that is under-appreciated, even unknown, here at home. Read more…

China, ETF, Markets, World News

Bush-era Neocons Are Coming Out Of The Woodwork After Republicans Take Control

November 13th, 2014

Condi RiceKurt Nimmo:  Now that the congressional game of musical chairs is over and Republicans have most of the chairs, it’s time for the Bush-era neocons to come out of the woodwork. Read more…


Interview With Frank Holmes: Talking Gold And Other Commodities

November 13th, 2014

InvestingJT Long:  Frank Holmes’ advice to investors? Chill. In his interview with The Gold Report, the veteran commodities investor shared some strategies that help him “sit back and stay balanced,” namely by diversifying and following the money. Find out about the indicators Holmes watches Read more…

Commodities, Gold, Investing Guide, Silver

Ferguson Police Gear Up For “All Worst Case Scenarios”

November 13th, 2014

Ferguson RiotsMac Slavo:  USA Today is pointing out the obvious – that anxiety over the grand jury’s yet-to-be released decision over the Ferguson shooting of Michael Brown is growing. A response is mounting to the potentially explosive news: Read more…

Government, World News

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