sep 4 JMU

Juniors PGEN Marines Update (JMU).

(Pronounced “JAYMEW”)


Sep 4, 2015


Junior PGEN Marines Update


  1. While goldland mumbles, “these stocks will never rise”…
  2. I’ll ask you to instead to… please click here now! Look at the action on this beautiful gold explorers ETF daily chart!
  3. GLDX is blasting higher. Tony the Stochastics Tiger is flashing his traditional post-jobs report buy signal, and volume is in bull action mode!
  4. The explorers have marched higher for a week, while GDX has looked like a rancid Oscar Mayer wiener!
  5. Please click here now: That’s the daily chart for Golden Monsters Portfolio component Northern Dynasty(NAK).
  6. While I’m not a big fan of getting things done with lawsuits, it is what it is, and I do side generally with NAK’s story of what happened at the Pebble “ranch”.
  7. Pebble is the largest gold and copper deposit in the world. It dwarfs everything else. The NAK crew argues that the US EPA conspired to destroy the Pebble project before it even got off the ground.
  8. Quite frankly, I’m surprised NAK is even alive, let along showing 100{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} rallies on the stock chart, while the rest of gold land gets smoked.
  9. The PGEN to zero is the ONLY approach to all junior resource stocks that bears any resemblance to sanity. All other approaches are doomed to fail.
  10. I like a big GDXJ shorting component to manage the wild individual junior stock action even more, but that’s a personal choice.
  11. I’ve long suspected that the Hunter Dickenson group of companies has some serious bankster backing. Whether the front end of the operation knows that or not is debatable.
  12. It’s certainly a little bit coincidental that the Rothschild family built and arguably still controls Rio Tinto, and has apparent ties to Hunter Dickenson, which runs the Northern Dynasty show.
  13. Tinto “gifted” their 20{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} holding in NAK to Alaskan charities, but was that after they did massive ground work on the Pebble property that went unreported?
  14. I’ve noticed that many of the world’s largest gold and base metal mines are bounced around between various bankster families and bankster corporate entities for many decades, before “suddenly” getting developed.
  15. Please read here now: “Northern Dynasty has lost roughly 80 percent of its market value over the past two years… We believe the reputational risks the investment poses to Rio Tinto now outweigh its market valuation. We therefore request that Rio Tinto divest from the project,” - John Chiang and John Liu, controllers for California state and New York City, Dec 2013.
  16. The bolding is mine, and that’s one of the most bizarre statements ever made in the history of mining. Why would the fact that a junior exploration stock has declined in price expose “reputational risk” to mega miner Rio Tinto?
  17. Anglo American, which was founded with Rothschild money, sunk $700 million into Pebble, and Mitsubishi has been involved. This is the norm for mega projects; they bounce around in bankster land, and suddenly when it all seems over… they get built.
  18. Pebble has 70 million ounces of gold in the measured & indicated category, and over 50 billion tons of copper. It could be argued that total resources exceed 200 million ounces of gold.
  19. Would I make NAK a big holding? No. It’s like an option. Hold some, not none, but don’t bet large on it. I will say I’m impressed with how the NAK entity has held onto the asset. It likely gets sold to a major down the road.
  20. Goldlion reports that Pretium now has its own permitting in place. Please click here now: Note Goldlion’s comments at the bottom of the news release.
  21. Please click here now: That’s GDXJ. It’s added a bunch of intermediate companies to it, and while I like a number of them, are they really junior stocks?
  22. From a price perspective… Kinross is now a junior!
  23. But, the reality is that some individual junior gold/silver stocks are DESTROYING GDX and GDXJ in the performance category since Dec 2014.
  24. Gridtime! I had hoped it would be the whole gold stocks sector that destroyed bullion in 2015, but it was only some of the individual names that made it to the winner’s circle. Still, that’s a start, and now the entire gold explorer’s ETF is starting to join in. Let’s hit pgen to zero gridlines now. I’ll see you exploring there!!


Kirk Jr. on the gold explorers bridge, out!




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