Based on historic indicators, last month’s precious metals performances gave us two reasons for optimism.
I’m combining these columns this month because there is an overlapping issue I wanted to address -- the new Interior Department “working group” on mining reform
We want to assure you that we took our time, looking for someone energetic and knowledgeable, and I think we found the perfect match.
Sure enough, after hiking a couple miles uphill and hacking through some brush, we found the place just as he had described it.
The question that most new people have is, “What do I detect?” Most people have a picture in their mind of what it takes to make what they are seeing a good place to detect. This is what I will try to sort out for you.
Once I started dredging with heated water pumped into my wetsuit, I never went back to not having heat except late in the summer when the water is very warm.
The problem is every other nugget hunter and drywash prospector had the same idea. As a result, you can spend days, weeks, and even months detecting these areas and not find a single nugget.
Over the years, I’ve proved to myself over and over again that I don’t have to wait many weeks after rains before I head out to the goldfields to do some gold digging.
This is yet another potential danger to the financial and social health of America—and one which the precious metals markets appear to be taking under consideration.
The critical metals are essential to the modern lives we lead. The prices of critical metals are moving up even faster than government published rates of inflation, with little sign of slowing down.
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