Melman on Gold & Silver
February 2009 by Leonard MelmanIt was difficult to find any cohesive set of figures that indicated a pattern of genuine economic strength. However, one area that did, in fact, escape the aura of negativity was our world of mining shares as buyers began to pour into virtually every major mining share as well as some of the juniors, with several on our lists showing gains of over 200% during the past month.
One would think that the “science” of economics could lend itself to areas of high agreement between professionals, but that has hardly been the case throughout history—and it is not the case today.
On November 30, 2015, the Galice Mining District (with the support of the Waldo Mining District), along with several Oregon mining associations and individuals, filed a Motion for Summary Judgment against the State of Oregon and SB 838...
Robert Gannicott speaks in almost spiritual tones about the position his small Canadian diamond company holds and the forces—both natural and economic—that put it there.
• ESA changes for the better
Let’s set up a thought experiment: Suppose you had some material that ran one ounce per ton gold, which is generally considered high grade to fantastic grade depending on the circumstances.
The problem is that extracting gold from hard rock is often a lot more difficult than processing placer gravels. Still, there is some very high-grade ore out there in many old mining areas.
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