This week we discuss whether a bear market in the stock market would hurt the gold stocks. The relationship between gold stocks and the broader market is historically inconsistent. There are several examples of each scenario: both crash, both rise, gold stocks rise when the market is in a bear market. In the editorial we examine history and it clarifies what could lie ahead, if the broad market begins a bear market and the economy falls into recession.
Podcast & Sentiment Charts…
Yesterday we were interviewed by Kerry Lutz of the Financial Survival Network. We discuss Gold, its recent performance and what lies ahead.
Commissioning of the 200 tonne per day mill in Merritt is scheduled to begin on August 7, 2012. During the mill commissioning the tailings pond and civil works will be completed. All construction is scheduled to be substantially complete before the end of August….There are currently over 100 of engineers, contractors, management and employees working on the mill completion project.
Huldra Silver is on track to become a new Silver producer. Their long-term success will be dependent on exploration and expansion potential.
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