Weekend Show – Markets and Metals – Attractive Post-Tax Loss Selling Resource Stocks and Macro Market, USD, and Gold Comments

December 18, 2021
Full Weekend Show

Welcome to the second to last KER Weekend Show of 2021! It’s been a wild year and for gold investors one that will be good to put behind them.


On this Weekend’s Show we start with Robert Sinn, AKA Goldfinder, sharing individual resource stocks he thinks have sold off too much into the end of the year. We then get Rick Bensignor’s thoughts on US markets, USD, gold, and Bitcoin.


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  • Segment 1 and 2 – Robert Sinn, AKA Goldfinger, kicks off the show by highlighting the resource juniors he likes post tax loss selling season. The stocks mentioned are: Elevation Gold Mining, AnGold Resources, Outback Goldfields, and Vanstar Mining Resources.
  • Segment 3 and 4 – Rick Bensignor, Founder of Bensignor Investment Strategies wraps up the show by sharing his outlook into next year for US Markets, credit spreads, the USD, Bitcoin and Gold.


Exclusive Company Updates This Week







Robert Sinn
Rick Bensignor
    Dec 18, 2021 18:26 AM

    Dollar Week : Post FOMC : Breakout Likely

    Dec 18, 2021 18:42 AM

    I just got up from a long wintery sleep and I noticed Goldfinger’s list of resource juniors he likes that have sold off after tax loss selling, really you could now throw a dart and make money, my favorite right now, “Drum Roll”, is Pure Gold Mining SYL-PGM. I noticed Motley Fool is also recommending them as a buy, I would really like to see The MOMO Meme traders pile into this one next week. LOL! DT

      Dec 18, 2021 18:34 AM

      DT – Like the dart idea and love the mention of Pure Gold. From your mouth to God’s ears! If Pure doesn’t start to move by the 2nd quarter of next year it will be time to put them on the house cleaning list. With so many things on sale it is hard to buy more of it.

        Dec 18, 2021 18:36 AM

        Mike, If Pure Gold doesn’t start moving soon, I will have to start calling them Poor Gold again. What about Novo Resources, this market is unbelievable. DT

          Dec 19, 2021 19:57 AM

          Agreed DT. We are still working on getting Pure Gold onto the show for a market update soon. Stay tuned…

            Dec 19, 2021 19:53 AM

            Ex – it seems that Pure has adopted a vow of silence since AngloGold showed up. Don’t hold your breath about getting them on the show.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:13 PM

            Yeah, I know Mike, but I think Cory finally connected with them. Fingers crossed.

    Dec 18, 2021 18:05 AM

    Another great week of interviews and information. I remain amazed at the volume and quality put out by Cory and Shad , as well as, all the other contributors on this site on a daily basis.
    Thank you all for the past and future contributions. . It has all proven very valuable during these difficult economic times.

      Dec 18, 2021 18:27 AM

      David, it’s a tale of two cities these days, yesterday was a beautiful sunny day as I walked down Bay Street where the Ferrari’s were peeling out, did anyone notice?, how could you not. DT

        Dec 18, 2021 18:43 AM

        I am not sure, but would have noticed the Ferrari’s…particularly the red ones. Any Lambos?

      Dec 18, 2021 18:34 AM

      Agreed. The show just keeps getting better with a wider and wider array of guest analysts and companies that bring real value to the site. Bravo Cory and Shad!!

      Dec 18, 2021 18:50 PM

      I second those comments Lakedweller2. Every day there is worthwhile content.

      Dec 19, 2021 19:08 AM

      Thanks Lakedweller2, Charles, and Blazesb, for the kind feedback. Cory & I enjoy producing all the content, talking with the different KE Report guests, and interacting with our great KER community here on the blog. Ever Upward!

    Dec 18, 2021 18:15 AM

    Hey Glen……… I have a another video…. for you on Pfizer…… Scam… effects you Canadians….
    I am in contact with Ebo…. which gave it to me….. I do not want to take his thunder on this one…
    catch you later…. Your pal…

      Dec 18, 2021 18:35 PM

      Here is the VID…….. (with permission from EBO)

      HEADS UP CANADIANS……… on your healthcare on Pfizer SCAM…….

        Dec 19, 2021 19:54 AM

        Hi OOTB. Can you please keep posts like this over on the politics thread instead of the economics thread? Thanks amigo.

          Dec 19, 2021 19:21 PM

          Sorry about that…….. BUT……….. THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT POST……… CONCERNING the HEALTH of anyone in Canada…… I seriously doubt anyone on this blog knows about it………

          Oh,….. I was posting this because Glen had some concerns and I did not want him to miss it…

            Dec 19, 2021 19:30 PM

            Understood OOTB and thanks for the heads up. However, it encouraged some nutty responses back by R.H. that had to be scrubbed where he attacked you and Big Al. If Glen has some thoughts back it would be appreciated if they could be migrated over to the political section moving forward. Cheers!

            Dec 19, 2021 19:26 PM

            Ok…….. understood……. cheers…..

            Was R H’s response on . Dec 18 .. this post?

            Dec 20, 2021 20:00 AM

            Yep. It was a personal attack and removed.

            Dec 20, 2021 20:01 AM

            otb Trump may now be planning a long term trip to s arabia to escape justice and civil cases my comments have been deleted from sat night but wacky otb his comments are still up Why???

            Dec 20, 2021 20:11 AM

            Russell, your posts were direct attacks against both OOTB and Big Al, which is against the site guidelines.
            They were meant to be ugly and combative and didn’t offer any value, and were garbage posts. If you want to chime in on your political views without attacking people here, that’s fine but take them over to the political section. This thread is for economics.

            Dec 20, 2021 20:46 AM

            Solution ……… MR. RUSSELL…………. come over to the political section…..
            and repost your comment.
            “wacky OOTB”……… will be glad to have a conversation with you………
            even though in the last several weeks , … I decided my time with you was a waste of time….

    Dec 18, 2021 18:33 AM

    Where else but precious metals can earning income to lead to greater exploration success thus keeping capital costs, need for greater debt and/or giveaway share dilution, down, be seen as a negative!!!!! Gotta love this management team!

    Dec 18, 2021 18:18 AM

    Merry Christmas you crusty mongrels….. HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAA enjoy.

    Dec 18, 2021 18:00 PM

    I just need to say it – I am deeply worried about Novo Resources. Instead of being a good steward for their shareholders they appear to be endlessly chasing this or that new opportunity instead of building a robust company that can use cash generated to expand at a later time. It appears to be the child in the candy store story – they can’t decide what they want so constantly talking and focusing on different things. I understand that a big holder of Novo stock has been selling off their position and hence there is lots of pressure on Novo’s share price now but isn’t that cause for Management to double down to get past first pour and build a solid revenue stream to expand from?

    Hopefully I am wrong on this but Novo isn’t looking good right now and all I read from them is happy talk about all the possibilities in front of them.

      Dec 18, 2021 18:23 PM

      I know what you mean by all the things you stated about Novo, I share your concerns. But Novo is in production now and their profit margins are 80%.
      I’m sitting on some shares of Novo, been in it for a long time now. Made bank on the runup a few years ago, but I took huge profits and the rest I’m sitting on is just gravy. The stock isn’t likely going to zero, I think the bias is to the upside now. If anything, it’s worth taking a gamble and picking up more shares under 1 dollar US.

        Dec 18, 2021 18:16 PM

        DJ: Thanks for the comments. I just find it stunning to see Novo at these levels.

      Dec 18, 2021 18:25 PM

      I wouldn’t worry about Novo at all, just think of all those shares they own of New Found Gold, this company is literally awash in cash. (recently $135 million in NFG shares). I think what they are doing is consolidating opportunities around their holdings in Australia ahead of the herd. I can see them at some point acquiring other companies, Quinton is always on the move, sit back and enjoy the ride. DT

        Dec 18, 2021 18:40 PM

        Boasting about owning shares in another mining company, especially one without a defined resource, is the wrong way to view Novo. They need to produce, bottom line. If they don’t start producing significant cash flow from mining then the company ceases to have any real value.
        It really bothers me that people thinking that having shares in another company is some sort of strategy for becoming a successful mining company. It shows that they are ignorant, delusional or a combination of both.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:09 PM

            Terry: Thanks, that interview was an eye opener. I have to ask why buy Novo when you could buy De Gray? Novo’s resource appears questionable while De Gray’s appears real.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:22 AM

            De Grey? They have 1.4 billion outstanding shares. Good luck with that, dilution on that virtually insures you will only make money trading the stock. Good thing with that is if you get a bump in the stock price you will be able to get out of your position with that amount of liquidity.
            Same reason why I won’t buy Wallbridge. If they did a share consolidation I’d get interested, but right now they just have way too many outstanding shares for my liking.
            On the opposite end of the spectrum you have Benchmark Metals. Very low volume, so getting out if bad new occurs will be hard. But they just got a ton of money in an upsized funding that Yamana got in on. Got my position at 80 cents and buying any amount I can under that until end of the year as the last of the tax loss sellers get washed out.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:55 PM

            DJ: Thanks for the thoughts on shares outstanding and De Grey and Benchmark.

            De Gray with 1.4 billion shares and Benchmark with less than 190 million. That is quite the contrast. That looks to be way more shares than Novo has outstanding. No doubt it will take a lot of good news to move the needle on De Gray. Is that just the way Aussie stocks roll?

            Dec 20, 2021 20:56 AM

            Good points gentlemen. I’ve been growing a position in Benchmark as well and see it growing into an economic deposit that will become a mine.

          Dec 18, 2021 18:08 PM

          DJ – Except for the last sentence I totally agree with you. One of my biggest losses was Energold Drilling and they held a huge chunk of Impact Silver. Energold starting doing deal after deal after deal and I always told myself that if it all went up in smoke there was still that huge chunk of Impact Silver to soften the blow. Well Energold is all gone now and Impact Silver is still here, I own a chunk of it myself, so I know from experience that a company holding a huge position in another one won’t protect me, an average stock holder, from squat. The banks and other creditors got Energold’s Impact Silver shares and the stockholders got squat. It was a double barrel teaching experience for me so when I see a company that is doing serial deals and their stock is dropping like a rock I have reason to worry.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:11 PM

            Right they can’t get a permit to go in with machines, looking for nuggets. Australian government only allows pick and shovel for fossicking. So they are kinda stuck with that big land package unless they can find a way around those regulations.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:33 PM

            Mike, I watched DEG until a few months ago when someone said they don’t understand the stock and didn’t know how to value it. It has come down alot since then and Kaiser sure thinks it has a big future.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:09 PM

            Terry: From listening to Kaiser it seems that both De Gray and Novo have been hit by the same puzzle and De Gray was the first to figure it out. From a 2021-11-04 Novo news release mentioning De Gray:

            – Novo has identified multiple discrete untested aeromagnetic anomalies with magnetic characteristics comparable to the “Hemi-style” gold-bearing sanukitoid intrusions being developed by De Grey Mining Ltd. (“De Grey”) (ASX: DEG).

            – Novo’s extensive Pilbara land package includes 216 km2 of highly prospective yet under-explored Mallina Basin geology across a significant NE trending mineralized corridor potentially extending to De Grey’s Hemi gold discovery (Figure 1).

            – Review of historical exploration has defined two large (> 1 km strike) coincident high-order Au-As-Sb soil anomalies along the structural corridor in the vicinity of the Becher epithermal system.

            – Reconnaissance drilling undertaken by another issuer in 1997 (20 x 200 m) within the Au-As-Sb anomalous zones intersected up to 4.38 g/t Au. This information has not been verified by Novo and is not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the Egina project.

            – Exploration planned for early 2022 includes high-resolution aeromagnetics, regolith and basement mapping, grid soil sampling and drilling to test these priority targets.

            Wonder if De Gray is due a finder’s fee?

            Think I may buy some De Gray instead of more Novo.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:47 PM

            Mike, look at the following point from the Novo news release you refer to. The language is vague and a little misleading for example…potentially extending to De Grey’s Hemi gold discovery….
            It seems DeGrey figured it out and Novo is trying to piggyback on that success.

            Novo’s extensive Pilbara land package includes 216 km2 of highly prospective yet under-explored Mallina Basin geology across a significant NE trending mineralized corridor potentially extending to De Grey’s Hemi gold discovery (Figure 1).

            Dec 19, 2021 19:39 AM

            Terry: I totally agree!

            I woke up this morning and it occurred to me that all of Novo’s deals and news releases are about finding a path forward for the company. Their inability to permit the flagship project has sent Management scurrying and while they fight the permitting issue they need a future. Let’s remember Novo is a Canadian Company and they are dealing with Australian regulators so there is no love lost there. Please don’t tell me if Novo was an Aussie Company they and the regulators wouldn’t have cut a deal by now!

            So, where are we today? Novo’s management is in a box and needs a win somewhere to fight another day and perhaps De Gray just gave them and us a road to that win. We as shareholders shouldn’t panic but honestly in this market where possibilities and potential aren’t valued at all $1 US a share for a small producing miner with an iffy resource is par for the course. If they find something following De Gray’s lead then a re-rate is possible. While I’m starting to feel that we are being played by Company Management I’m not going to sell right now. Novo really need to provide clarity on the permitting issue, take a breath and provide a roadmap for a future without that permit.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:45 PM

            All Aussie miners seem to have high share count. For example RED has 2B, SLR and RMS each have close to 1B shares out. So instead of buying 1000 shares of a $10 stock, you buy 10,000 shares of a $1 stock…no difference.

          Dec 18, 2021 18:56 PM

          Beaton’s Creek is a ‘coventional’ operation. According to Hedgeless Horseman they are deliberately working through the low grade before getting to the better grades.

          Beaton’s Creek is something of a sideshow. Real progress for Novo will come from working their Pilbarra sites one dry ore sorter at a time.

            Dec 18, 2021 18:12 PM

            blazesb: I’m sorry but don’t they have a permitting issue with the Pilbarra site? If they can’t do their huge bulk samples how do they develop a resource estimate? How do they get their permit? Or am I getting sites confused. With me senior moments are always possible!

            Dec 19, 2021 19:38 PM

            Hey Mike in Alb. I follow Novo from a distance these days. The rhetoric following Beaton’s Creek achieving production emphasized the pilbarra work being funded by Beatons Creek. We’ll see how that goes.

            From my distance i’ve assumed that the ore sorters issues were sorta being sorted out (sorry–sort of can’t resist bad puns). And i can’t claim to know which pilbarra location Novo will prioritize for development.

            So you’re ahead of me on the impediment that permitting represents for whatever locale. They’ve got what, 12000 square kilometers of Pilbarra?

            Its been odd to see the 2016 Novo story take a back seat to Quinten Henning’s becoming jr. mining’s hottest hired gun. I didn’t invest in any of those companies figuring lightning doesn’t strike twice. Turns out it can strike three or four times.

            And John Kaiser…back with something relevant about Novo to discuss? Interesting. I’ll have to get over to the Hedgeless Horseman’s site and get up to speed.

            Thanks for the comment.

        Dec 18, 2021 18:44 PM

        Agreed DT. There should be much more fireworks with Novo in 2022.

          Dec 18, 2021 18:02 PM

          John Kaiser wasn‘t that positive in the interview?

            Dec 19, 2021 19:11 AM

            Hi Thomas – Interesting interview with John Kaiser. I was not aware of the permitting issue which is a concern. I am not a huge Kaiser fan, and tend to believe Quinton will figure out how to mine it. Has the Hedgeless Horseman made any comments about the permitting issues?

            Dec 19, 2021 19:33 AM

            Thomas: You are correct – Kaiser’s view of Novo has “evolved” over the last few years and today it isn’t positive at all.

            Charles: Kaiser implied that the permit was tied up in a regulatory mess and that Aussie Regulators were literally saying you can only use picks and shovels in the area. Now that is stunning! I really wish that Quiton would lay out on the table what is happening re: the permit. Until then he risks loosing credibility.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:31 PM

            I agree Mike. It is not a good look that this has not been discussed by Quinton. Maybe Cory and Shad can bring Quinton on and discuss these permitting issues and get his take.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:17 PM

            Hey guys good discussion on Novo. We’ve been trying to get a Q&A set up with Quinton to address some of these questions/concerns, and I believe we make that happen in the next week, so stay tuned.

            Dec 19, 2021 19:14 PM

            Ex: Getting Quinton on the show would be great. I’d really like some clarity on the whole permit issue. Perhaps most importantly I’d like a read on the reason behind these rules and regulations and if they are a show stopper for the project. If they are a show stopper then where does Novo go from here?

        Dec 18, 2021 18:20 PM

        DT – thanks and I hope you are right. Right now, on average, I’m just a bit under water. If Novo were at $2 US I’d be singing a very different song.

    Dec 18, 2021 18:17 PM

    Politics are in political section

      Dec 19, 2021 19:59 AM

      Agreed Buzz. It’s a simple concept, so not sure why some struggle with it so much. There is a political thread for political comments, and this is the economics blog.

    Dec 19, 2021 19:04 AM

    Why 2022 Will Be A ‘More Challenging’ Year For Commodities Such As Oil And Gold
    Myra P. Saefong – Market Watch – December 16, 2021
    “It will be a more challenging year for commodities in 2022 because global central banks are tightening policy,” says Noel Dixon, global macro strategist for State Street.

    “Central banks reacting to supply-driven inflation,” which they cannot control, is “likely to result in a policy mistake that will adversely impact demand,” he says.

      Dec 19, 2021 19:15 PM

      I agree with this assessment.

    Dec 19, 2021 19:07 AM

    ‘Inflation Is A Choice’
    Jesse Felder – The Felder Report – 12/18/2021

      Dec 19, 2021 19:05 PM

      Liz Ann Sonders @LizAnnSonders – 6:58 AM · Dec 16, 2021 · Twitter
      “Latest Global Fund Manager Survey from ⁦@BankofAmerica shows 55% of respondents still believe current inflation is “transitory” … down from 61% in November but still a much larger share than the 36% who believe it’s “permanent”.

      Dec 20, 2021 20:29 AM

      Yes, inflation is a choice and the central bankers/planners will always choose it while publicly pretending to fight it or keep it at “acceptable” levels (no amount of inflation is morally acceptable since inflation is theft).

        Dec 20, 2021 20:03 AM

        Agreed Matthew.

          Dec 20, 2021 20:28 AM

          DOUBLE DITTO……………….. Fake Fed of 1913…….. really sad…. over 100 yrs. of stupidity……

        Dec 20, 2021 20:24 AM

        I’m not disagreeing with you but…aren’t there chance occasions where there is simply a need for more money? Who is gonna make that money when it’s needed?

          Dec 20, 2021 20:28 AM

          The central bankers and their ivory tower Keynesian economists would argue that there are of course times when there is a need for more money. However, what they won’t admit is that such needs are not organic, free market needs at all but necessities of their Ponzi scheme. Nor will they admit that what they emit and call money isn’t money at all but only currency and bad currency at that since it is no more than debt backed by nothing.
          When central banks (or your next door neighbor) counterfeit the currency, they don’t create value, they transfer it from its rightful owner arbitrarily to those they’ve selected to receive it. Not only is the act obviously immoral, it is (not surprisingly) also very destructive to the economy, markets and society as a whole. It is no accident that high school graduates are so uniformly uninformed and that college economics graduates are so uniformly misinformed. The scam is lucrative and enslaving beyond belief so you better believe that no effort has been spared in legitimizing it in the minds of the unsuspecting masses.

    Dec 19, 2021 19:13 AM

    Fed Actions Set Up Double Bottom Scenarios in Several Miner ETF’s
    David Erfle – December 17th, 2021
    “In August of this year, Gold Futures hit a spike low at $1675 during a thin holiday trading in the Asian markets, which is the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level of the four-year doubling of the gold price that marked a 20% correction from the high at $2089. This was the third such spike low at this critical level that produced a sharp intraday bounce created by eager dip buyers each time.”

    “As the selling in both the miners and silver increased into the FOMC statement on Wednesday, sharp upside reversals took place in many key precious metal’s indices during the subsequent press conference. The move higher reversed from the same late September levels reached in several closely followed miner ETF’s (GDX, GDXJ, SIL, SILJ), along with the Silver Futures price at exactly $21.41. And after a follow though surge higher saw bears rushing to cover gold short positions on Thursday, the precious metals mining complex appears to be in the process of forming a significant double bottom with more follow though buying into the weekend.”

    “By the close of today’s trading session, most big money traders and fund managers will have likely completed year-end book squaring before leaving their respective trading desks to go on holiday and not return until the first week of 2022. With the bulk of tax-loss selling completed, patient mining sector professionals have begun to scoop up extreme oversold quality juniors trading at deep discounts.”

      Dec 19, 2021 19:39 AM

      “This was the third such spike low at this critical level…”
      Longer term the first two lows are really one.
      A true third low will often break lower.

        Dec 19, 2021 19:42 AM

        Yes, from a longer time-frame perspective the $1673 and $1677 double-bottom in March could be seen as 1, and then the $1676 level in August could be seen as just the 2nd test, but on the daily or hourly charts it would still be seen as testing that level 3 times. To your point though, if that $1675ish level does get tested again (as Jordan and Doc and David Brady mentioned was a legitimate possibility) for a 4th/ longer-term 3rd time, then it has a higher likelihood of breaking lower. Personally, I’d prefer to see Gold stay above the more recent Sept low of $1721, and not even go down that low again, but we’ll see how things develop over the 1st quarter of 2022. Cheers!

    Dec 19, 2021 19:21 AM

    Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Cradle,

    Russia and China’s announcement of an independent financial trading platform will free nations under US sanctions from western intrusion into their commercial activities..

    Diplomatic sources, off the record, confirmed the structure may be announced by a joint summit before the end of 2022.

    In this interview J Rickards points out when gold should fly.

    Not being a “chart” person this info is exactly what I look for.

    Dec 19, 2021 19:23 AM

    Putin and Xi plot their SWIFT escape
    Russia and China’s announcement of an independent financial trading platform will free nations under US sanctions from western intrusion into their commercial activities

    By Pepe Escobar
    December 17 2021

    Dec 19, 2021 19:05 AM

    China & Russia are ready to end US dominance of global finance
    19 Dec, 2021 08:21 / Updated 9 hours ago

    Dec 19, 2021 19:09 PM

    Ira Epstein’s Metals Video (12/16/2021)
    #TechnicalAnalysis, #Gold #Silver #Copper #Platinum

    Dec 19, 2021 19:17 PM

    Explaining the pro rata part of the Great Bear-Kinross deal – the C$29 cash isn’t guaranteed
    Caesar’s Report – December 11, 2021
    “We heard some comments in the past week how ‘buying Great Bear at C$28.50 and selling to Kinross at C$29 in cash is the easiest C$0.50 they can make’. This is only partially correct. In our previous update, we mentioned both the cash payment and the share payment are subject to a pro rata provision which allows Kinross to limit both its cash outflow and the amount of shares it prints. Shareholders will only receive the C$29 in cash if less than 75% of the shareholders elect the cash option. So those who want the cash should actually hope less than 75% of the shareholders do…”

    Dec 19, 2021 19:15 PM

    I was going to take shares to hold to long turn gains as I had been flipping my Great Bear all along. I would have tried to make it until May, but there was no guarantee the shares would move higher in that time frame
    Whereas I could sell now and get US 22 to 23 and be getting 29 equivalent Canadian this last week. I elected to do that and try to make up the tax difference by putting it into Emerita which is waiting the news on Anznalcollar and a ton of drill results and project expansion. In other words bet that Emerita would out perform any other option in the next 6 months.

      Dec 19, 2021 19:25 PM

      Yeah, I elected to pull some Great Bear profits last week to rotate into other gold/silver miners that were beat down, and left 40% just in case Barrick decides to make a counter-offer.
      Good trading to you as we round out the year Lakedweller2.

        Dec 19, 2021 19:46 PM

        My original plan was to roll Great bear into my GBR royalties, but Schwab still hasn’t got my basis right on GBR Royalties despite giving them all the information they need. So…flow it through Emerita which they can handle the basis, and move it later or the entire account if they can’t.

    Dec 19, 2021 19:01 PM

    Looks like an algo Monday of a self fulfilling prophesy.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:51 AM

    Fortuna gets the EIA from Mexico. Nice payday for me.

      Dec 20, 2021 20:48 AM

      Great stuff….nice way to start you’re week. Congrats…..can move those earnings into uranium plays as they were down in Aussie land I see.😉

        Dec 20, 2021 20:21 AM

        I own some 1164:hk, which is not behaving well these days.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:46 AM

    Great shows as always gentlemen……put vox onto my buy list for new year……regarding future interviews…..would be interesting to get Claudia’s views as to why the share price hasn’t been reacting to what appear to be solid results…..perhaps the grades,despite being higher than adjacent mines, are still not high enough since they are at deeper depths????Keep up the great work..Cheers

      Dec 20, 2021 20:05 PM

      Thanks Wolfster. Yeah, we’ve actually asked that exact question of Claudia before over at Kodiak, and attributed it to the lower grades over long intercepts not interesting investors like the higher grade hits over shorter intercepts, (even if they were better overall total contained resources). They’re not alone in that sense, as there have been a number of nice long intercepts in a number of commodities that were shrugged off by investors as they weren’t ‘high-grade.” Then a few of the really long ones were so obvious that they were overly rewarded (like Solaris and Filo).
      My favorite drill intercepts and historical intercepts in review have actually been from Libero Copper lately. They have 4 projects but 1 of them is already a similar analog to the project Solaris has, and the other is already an analog to Filo’s project, and they are trading at a fraction of their market caps.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:58 AM

    From my lenses junior miners, small cap, exploration and tiny speculative vechicles are going to outperform the large and mid cap miners in the next 1-6 months imo. Not that the latter will not go up it will but not to the extent of the former. The small guys have plenty to catch up!

    I remain bullish and I have not changed my mindset. The most recent lows I purchased have remained the lows and I don’t see them being taken out. All indicators and timeline is pointing up and I think many will sadly miss the bus!


      Dec 20, 2021 20:30 AM

      Hey Glen……….. left you a post above……. concerning your health….

        Dec 20, 2021 20:44 PM

        Hey Jerry,

        Thanks for the video! It’s been a busy last week or two. Very informative and alarming.

        Thanks for sharing

          Dec 20, 2021 20:30 PM

          You are welcome Glen………… thanks for viewing………… Stay Safe……. and Merry Christmas…
          Oh, and pass it on………

      Dec 20, 2021 20:35 AM

      Glen, I agree with your outlook.

        Dec 20, 2021 20:45 PM

        Thanks Matthew!

    Dec 20, 2021 20:43 AM


    Dec 20, 2021 20:48 AM

    Drill results out for Dolly, Blackrock and Group Ten. Probably not the right day as it is an algo Monday.
    So far, Dolly hit hardest….

    Dec 20, 2021 20:53 AM

    Bought Santa Cruz, SCZ, and Athabasca Oil, ATH, on a dip. ATH has 3 cents / share profit at 33.5 P/E.

      Dec 20, 2021 20:01 PM

      Tried to buy SCZ couple of weeks ago for .31, no sellers. Tried to buy earlier today at .26, again no sellers. I have the same luck fishing. Drop a hook in the water, the fish always takes the other guy’s bait, sitting right beside me.

        Dec 20, 2021 20:07 PM

        How are you placing the orders Terry? Are you using limit orders? Sometimes you can move them up slightly above the stink bid price intraday and it just needs a fraction of a penny more to execute the order, versus going to someone else’s order flow. Just a thought.

        Dec 20, 2021 20:54 PM

        That’s my luck trading Defiance Silver, haha, I should just quit trying to trade that stock. I almost sold out of SCZ on Friday because I was so sure it was going to drop today.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:16 AM

    CNBC just blamed the market hits on Omicron. I guess they first started covering the Markets this morning. I would suggest they consider massive corruption where they can participate as a co-defendant… but that’s just me.

      Dec 20, 2021 20:34 AM

      Mass corruption……… who is going to arrest the DOJ, and Supreme Court….
      CFTC, …Fake Fed… lol
      MICC……………. basic fact…….. lol

        Dec 20, 2021 20:53 AM

        No answers, only complaints. I just find it irritating to correct the miners downward after they have had a correction downward. I am thinking maybe the Evil Doers will get so greedy they will destroy each other and we can deny them, Regulators, politicians and wild hogs access to Food Kitchens and other charity outlets. No church help, student projects or Little League fund raisers. Only a ride to a 3rd world country on a banana boat (US excluded: can’t stay here…got to take the boat).

          Dec 20, 2021 20:05 AM

          I agree Lakedweller2…….concerning the miners and some of the other thoughts…
          …… There are answers, but, most do not want to accept the potential hazards….
          Vote them out…. lol………… Dec. of Independence would be more of an answer…. but, few have the backbone…….. sheeple are in dream land…

            Dec 20, 2021 20:15 PM

            History tells us that revolution of a Democratic country ends in totalitarianism…It would be better to enforce the law while we still have them. There seems great reluctance to act against people criminally which only tells us corruption is widespread. I believe the Judges and Prosecutors are out there. It is the elected and appointed officials that are blocking. Although slow to do so, the States could share jurisdiction in a lot of the Federal issues because as long as someone is doing business in your state, there is joint jurisdiction. The State officials lack courage also or condone the criminality.
            Bottomline: the law is there and undermining it will in effect end any protections the people have. We are getting very far down the road of losing everything which is basically the protection of the Constitution. This is not political as it impacts daily market action when they are all intervened in. It is a physical reality.

            Dec 20, 2021 20:05 PM

            Laws are there……… sure are……… but the DOJ, Supreme Court is SHORT OF A FEW GOOD MEN…….’
            and CONGRESS….. is fully perverted……… as I said……. find 10 good men , I doubt you can….

    Dec 20, 2021 20:40 AM

    Looks like for now, Biden’s Puke Back Better bill bites the proverbial dust. How my heart bleeds for AOC: TAX UR WAX

      Dec 20, 2021 20:18 PM

      Wall Street cannot afford any future funds to go to anything but supporting their fraud. That is why Biden’s infrastructure bill is blocked. Simple.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:20 PM

    Just write off today as we will recover either soon or not long from now. Same game, same market action, same intervention… this too will pass.

    Dec 20, 2021 20:54 PM

    Outlook 2022
    Gold price to drop 16% to $1,500 in 2022, 2023 doesn’t look any better – ABN AMRO
    Neils Christensen Neils Christensen
    Monday December 20, 2021 11:33