When I write about Pure Global (PURE.V), people get confused because a) they’re always down, and b) they’re not a client company.
According to executives, production is set to rise markedly in 2019 for GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V), and investors appear to be climbing on board.
Wealth Destruction: There’s a concept for ya. Sadly, it’s one many of us are intimately familiar with here in the junior exploration arena – the potential for high reward comes with that elevated risk. I searched for a proper definition online and wasn’t satisfied with any of the offerings. Perhaps it’s best described with a visual – try this…
I’m in China now, out in the mountain in Yunnan Province – where I recently wrote about my experiences in Chinese hospitals – which do not conform to western media coverage.
[UPDATE]: The article below is one that we have stood behind from the day we posted it, and do to this day. What it shows is how a young company, one without the oversight of a more mature outfit, can make rash decisions and overpromise in a way that they hope will allow them to make a splash, without realizing that splash could fly in the wrong direction.
Over the last 120 years, South Africa has produced half the gold ever mined on earth. But all good things must come to an end. The majority of South Africa’s gold mines are sub-economic at USD $1,300/ounce gold.
This Aphria (APHA.T) story just keeps getting richer, and the unbelievable lack of respect this company is giving the market and regulators is a sight to behold.
E3 Metals (ETMC.V) charged its batteries with some necessary capital today when the Alberta-based petro-lithium company closed its recently announced non-brokered private placement.