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AGORACOM Best Of The Best Small Cap TV – August 29, 2014

Summer end selling season is now upon us and small cap investors have an opportunity to buy oversold companies at a bargain.

In this special episode of AGORACOM Best Of The Best Small Cap TV, George (Founder) and Allan (Chief Market Commentator) give their Top 5 Summer End Selling Candidates (+ 1 Bonus Pick) that are most likely to provide a pop to their portfolios by October 31, 2014.  There is a lot on the line in the wager between the two, with each providing completely different picks from the other and some great potential trades for viewers.

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Northern Persistence

posted on Mar 14, 12 06:18PM

Northern Persistence
Challenges Notwithstanding, Nunavut Explorers Persevere
By Greg Klein

See Part I of this story.

Nunavut’s mining future might have seemed grim indeed when Agnico-Eagle TSX:AEM applied a $644.9-million write-down to Meadowbank, the territory’s sole operating mine. Newmont’s TSX:NEM $1.61-billion write-down of its Hope Bay Gold Project would seem to validate pessimism. Yet Nunavut mining has flourished in the past, and rising commodity prices have brought renewed interest in past-producing operations. Meanwhile, a new strategic alliance offers hope for largely unexplored lands.

Undeterred by its Meadowbank disappointment, Agnico is pushing its Meliadine Gold Project towards 2017 production. But if Elgin Mining TSXV:ELG keeps to its timeline, it will re-open the Lupin Gold Mine by Spring 2014. Located 400 kilometres north of Yellowknife, the mine was shut down by Kinross TSX:K in 2005 after producing 3.34 million ounces. Production, however, was sporadic. The mine was opened October 1982, shut down January 1998, re-opened April 2000, shut down again August 2003, re-opened March 2004 and shut down yet again in February 2005.

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