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Your Stock Our Take - Ten Peaks Coffee Company Inc. (TPK:TSX)

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Posted by Ryan Irvine - Key

on Tuesday, 05 September 2017 10:21

n our Your Stock, Our Take segment we take a question from a listener about, Ten Peaks Coffee Company Inc. (TPK:TSX), a unique BC-based small-cap which uses its proprietary process to decaffeinate premium green coffee – the company reported a strong second quarter this week, is it a BUY, SELL or HOLD?

 

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Gold Market Update - Very Bullish Indeed

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Posted by Clive Maund

on Tuesday, 05 September 2017 09:00

Price and volume action in gold in recent weeks has been very bullish indeed, as it moves towards completion of its giant 4-year long Head-and-Shoulders base pattern. We can see this to advantage on gold’s 10-year chart shown below. The volume pattern and volume indicators give the game away, and confirm that this is a genuine base pattern that will lead to a major new bullmarket in gold. Observe the volume build on the strong rise out of the lows of the “Head” of the pattern early last year, and how its even stronger on the rise this year out of the Right Shoulder low, and especially on the rally of recent weeks – the Accumulation - Distribution line has already reached its bullmarket highs of 2011, which is clearly a very positive sign. The new bullmarket hasn’t officially started yet of course and won’t until the price breaks out of the base pattern by breaking above the 1st band of resistance shown on the chart. That means that the days left to accumulate investments in this sector at good prices are numbered. 

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About a week ago it looked like gold was going to roll over again and play dead as it had arrived at an important zone of resistance at its April and June peaks as we can see on its year-to-date chart, with the risk of its doing so being increased by the potential for a dollar rebound, which we will come to later, but it didn’t – instead it broke above this resistance to advance on strong volume, which drove volume indicators sharply higher, a bullish development. This has given gold a buffer to buttress it in the event of a near-term dollar bounce. 



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Jim Rogers August 2017: A Fathers Lessons For Life & Investing

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Posted by Jim Rogers via Follow The Money

on Thursday, 24 August 2017 06:03

 

Screen Shot 2017-08-24 at 6.05.33 AMSegment 1: But Trump, you promised…
Segment begins at 04:20

Host asks Jim about the mounting difficulties in the Trump Administration. 

Highlights include:

- Is Trump’s pro-business agenda in peril?
- The cold reality of the investigation into Russia
- The importance of staying sharp in this market

Segment 2: A Father's Lessons for Life and Investing With Jim Rogers
Segment begins at 6:32

In this segment, highly successful global investor and author Jim Rogers shares his reason for writing a book to his daughters, as well as his experiences in traveling the entire world - twice. Topics include:

- A boy, his dreams, and the power of visualizing success
- Where are President Trump's trade wars?
- Investing in "hated" Russia
- Why the world looks different close to the ground
- Where is America headed?
- Common sense and uncommon wisdom from Jim

 



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Exclusive Interview (Part II): Alex Green on the Biggest Threat We Face

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Posted by Frank Holmes - US Global Investors

on Wednesday, 23 August 2017 06:25

alex-green-pt2Below is the second and final part of my exclusive interview with distinguished financial writer Alex Green of the Oxford Club and Investment U. You can read the first part by clicking here.

Do you look at cycles? 

The thing about cycles is they’re so obvious when you’re looking in the rearview mirror. “This cycle peaked here, this one peaked there.” It’s difficult, though, when you’re looking forward. There’s nothing but a blank slate ahead of you to know when these cycles are going to start and when they’re going to end. So I’m not a great analyzer of cycles—I’ve never really met anybody who is—but you can learn a lot by looking back at them.

People think we’re just going to have this Goldilocks economy and rising share prices as far as the eye can see, but history shows that it’s going to end at some point. Every bull market’s followed by a bear market. That’s okay because every bear market’s followed by another bull market. I think predicting when this might happen, though, is a mug’s game.

The quant world has really shaken up the stock market. Quant traders tend to be highly leveraged, and when they pick stocks, they might be looking out only four or five days.



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How Alex Green Beat the Market 16 Years Straight

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Posted by Frank Holmes - US Global Investors

on Tuesday, 22 August 2017 07:56

COMM-alex-green-oxford-club-investment-u-08182017For more than a decade and a half, my friend Alexander Green has been educating and entertaining investors as editor of numerous popular newsletters, many of which I’ve cited in my own writing.

For those of you subscribed to one or more of his services through the Oxford Club or Investment U, I’m sure you’ll agree that Alex is among the finest financial writers working today. His articles are brimming with intelligence, wisdom, humor and candor—all of which he brings to his public appearances at investment conferences.

Last week it was my pleasure to speak one-on-one with Alex, and together we touched on subjects ranging from our favorite books on investing to the secret lives of millionaires to business moats.

Below are highlights from the interview, but this is only the first of two parts. I’ll conclude it next week in a Frank Talk, which you can subscribe to here.

Enjoy!

You didn’t go into politics or medicine or law. What triggered you to go into the investment world?

At the time, I was living in Orlando. I got a copy of the Orlando Sentinel, and on the front page of the business section was a headline that read: “The average stockbroker in the U.S. makes $187,000 a year.” This was in 1985. Thirty years later, that’s still a substantial amount of money. I remember thinking: “If the average stockbroker makes $187,000, what do the good ones make?”



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