Melman on Gold & Silver
January 2009 by Leonard MelmanPutting it all together, I believe 2009 could be the year for a major move upward in both gold and silver, the two monetary precious metals. However, given the potential for an abrupt abridgement of any economic recovery, I am less optimistic for platinum, our third precious metal. Therefore, I offer the following predictions, both for time and price...
Getting started in prospecting often requires the purchase of some equipment, but one can spend as little as $10 and be finding gold or spend thousands and also be finding gold—yet you will probably have many more opportunities and possibilities with more and better equipment.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruling last April in a Newmont Mining Corp. gold mine case was erased by a high court panel.
What type of sluice box for my trommel?
House Resources Chairman Don Young is asking the White House and Agriculture Department for records related to President Clinton's decision to place 40 million acres of remote, federal forest land off-limits for development.
Q: Does gold get stuck in the crucible?
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• Expensive voice mail, mate
• What next—the “straight” bomb?
• Orville Redenbacher banned from Seattle Justice Center?
• Can you hear me now?
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