Gammon Basks in the Glow of Silver and Gold
For a fresh look at Gammon Gold through a silvery lens, click here:
Also, my colleague Dan Dzombak has a thought-provoking piece out called The Secret to Commodities Investing:
I stated in a comment to his article:
Though I maintain there is still plenty of wealth-creation potential locked inside quality resource stocks across a broad swath of commodities, I certainly can not fault the logical conclusion that effectively every point of entry into longstanding producers from here forward is likely less ideal than an entry point nearer the beginning of the particular secular bull market in question.
And skypilot reminded me to spread the word about the exciting new press releases from Alexandria Minerals and NioGold regarding their joint venture for the Siscoe East property.
IAG posted a solid quarter, and as I discussed in a recent article the company is poised for some transformative strategic steps including the monetization of its niobium mine. The company announced a stoppage at Essakane yesterday due to labor unrest, and any significant weakness in the shares resulting therefrom could offer a compelling entry.
PCGold (PCGLF) looks dirt cheap at $0.71.
Thompson Creek Metals (TC), in my opinion, is a gift beneath $11.