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WAGMI in Japan is back on the menu edition

Commodities include
>Precious metals
Gold, Silver, Platinum group metals
Oil, Natural Gas, Uranium, Coal
>Base Metals
Copper, Iron ore, Nickel, Lithium, Cobalt, Zinc, Lead
Water, Agricultural, Salt

More information for each commodity
Calculators for DD
Steer Clear List
News Sources

>Youtube channels to follow
Palisade Gold Radio, Mining Stocks Education, Sprott Money, Goldsilver pros (Rob Kientz), Finding Value Finance, Gregory Mannarino, Peter Schiff, Macro Voices, Crux Investor
>Canadian junior press releases

>What is Austrian economics?
>Austrian economics books
What has government done to our money (Rothbard), The mystery of banking (Rothbard), and Profit & Loss (Mises)

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This is how it's done boys. Look at that wedge and how straight that cut is, with just the right pitch on the backcut to make it leap off the stump.
$300/ cord. 6 cords per day.
And unwaxxed

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thank you baker!

>> No.52374566

what exactly is this shit and is it lucrative?

>> No.52374665

Fire wood before winter is very lucrative but you'll need alot of gear to get started. Saws, a truck, a log splitter. None of which are cheap if they're worth a shit. But 10+ hours of work is about $1800, which is just enough to spend in California and avoid the poor faggot tax these God forsaken commies have as a barrier to entry for physical precious metals purchases.
Plus it's really good exercise

Speaking of God forsaken commies
From the article
>If all corporate lenders applied ESG to their loan practices, all individuals and businesses would have to adopt leftist social ideologies and dubious environmental claims in order to have access to credit. ESG is a monetary incentive created by corporate elites to keep all other businesses in line. If it continues, ESG could wipe out political opposition to globalism in the span of a single generation

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>> No.52374852

Cool gig but it's not for me. It sucks you live in Cali though.

Based Lew Rockwell reader.

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*In the voice of Boss Hog*
>What we do is, we become the 51st state
>Set up borders immediately, guarded by our best men, voluntary of course
>Absolutely no Fed's allowed in the state, ever, for any reason, you hear?
>We're gonna sell water to the flatlanders, after we piss in it real good
>Cackles like a man possessed
>A goo goo goo goo goo

>> No.52375798

>knows the jarhead bday
>presumably a former fed
>hates feds
dhd or els?
not a jarhead
you drop out of basic in hollywood?
get tossed out?

>> No.52375908

els is my guess
happy veterans day though. Thank you for your cervix. I was drinkin with you but you didn't know it. You're still a fed even if you dropped out. That dd214 is permanent

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To be old and wise one must first be young and stupid. Being in the military isn't being a federal agent Jamal. Having a federal firearms license isn't the same as being a federal agent either. Neither does working for federal express.
Kek. I'm Parris island. What's it to you anyways niglet? You a fucking fed?

>> No.52375986

>I was drinkin with you
Wut? I'm fucking 6 million light years from anywhere that serves. It's about 40 minutes one way to get to the road that takes you to the highway.

>> No.52376021

did you drink the water at camp lejeune? kek

Yes I'm bob. I'm a marine and I work for the feds. Not a federal agent, just a former marine and a contractor for the gov. You're as much a fed as I am which is funny to me.

>> No.52376133

did you request parris island or did you live on the east side of the country way back then?

just curious, If I want to pull your FBI file I can. Just making conversation.

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That was before 1988 I thought. No matter. I was exposed to fuck tons of shit cancer couldn't live inside me, other things would butt fuck it to death
>former marine
Semper Fi
>Govt contractor
Did you ever have to swear an oath to protect the constitution, from all enemies, foreign and domestic, to obtain a government contract, Bob?

Cheers, Bob. I hope you'll appreciate my macro when the fed pivots. I really mean that, despite the fact that I never take anyone's opinions to heart, I do hear them and understand them

>> No.52376244

Born east of Mississippi. Ran away at 16, long story, boo hoo. Joined at 17, turned 18 on the island, did my contract minus medical whatever that got me out maybe 8 months early. Thought I would never see that bitch again and got stationed down the road from PI.
My initial hate for the govt came from taking on an officers billet to run a hazmat program as a PFC. I saved us tons of money (5 figures of a 100+ million dollar program so not shit really)
They frowned on me saving us money, as commies tend to do. This alerted the attention of an officer who gave me a book, the creature from Jekyll island.
The rest is history

>> No.52376272

it was after 93 when they started finding benzene in the wells.

semper fi lassen. I don't know if the fed will pivot but they dropped rates a couple days ago according to my loan guy.

>> No.52376304

lots of feds hate the feds. It's sorta a theme with government workers.

thanks for your story, I'm always curious what people did.

>> No.52376366

and happy veterans day. I hope you had a good one. 3 day weekend with pay for me. Always nice.

>> No.52376450

>Did you ever have to swear an oath to protect the constitution, from all enemies, foreign and domestic, to obtain a government contract, Bob?
nope, I swore that oath in much the same sort of place you had to.

neither of us swore to uphold our interpretation of the constitution. Just whatever interpretation the POTUS and SCOTUS decide on.
Like it or not.

>> No.52376470

my wife had to swear though to get a contract.

because she never took that oath before.

so yeah. Contractors do have to take the oath if they're not prior service military. Any civie that goes into gov work has to.

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Why the fuck do you advocate for government intrusion and central planning man? You know they are inept. You've seen it. I've watching landing gear pile up and pilots eject because they didn't calculate the payload correctly. We killed a bunch of spectators when one of the wing pilots dropped that bomb in Puerto Rico and took out the observation tower. I've been in a hydraulic and structures pow wow and nobody in the room but me, including o6s and wo5s that didn't understand that pressure and volume have no correlation. They are all retarded. And you are simply content watching the meritorious system be replaced with a culture that worships victimhood.

And that's all I have to say, about that

>> No.52376490

This is the worst cmmg ever, nothing in this thread has been talk about commodities at all and right at the start of a major upturn shame on you shame on you all

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>neither of us swore to uphold our interpretation of the constitution
That's where you're wrong, Bob.

>> No.52376521

because I'm a contractor that works with multibillion dollar corporations as often as government and I can safely say they're both equally incompetent.

22 years in the mining biz and I've seen people killed and and millions of dollars worth of property destroyed, just like in government. It happens. People aren't perfect.

government intrusion protects small biz. I am small biz. I like gov intrusion.

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>back on track

>> No.52376542

well we took different oaths then.

I joined during a war and leaving MCRD we saw war protestors burning a flag. Our DI said we had to protect those protestors, not hate them. That's when I learned.

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Nigger it's the wkend. I posted an article earlier. I'm digging thru the latest shit that was dropped last thread. Fuck you baka-chan. You don't know shit about commodities, mining, or macro. Otherwise you would contribute something more than bumps
You want moar spoon-feeding?
You gonna teach either me or bob about mining? Fucking kek

>> No.52376806

If you want a glimpse of the future, imagine a boot stomping on a human face forever.

Anybody who wants to know about macro, global currency, and more, should read up on SDRs. They're so old they're about to be replaced by cbdc. But you guys are smart enough to figure it out. /pmg/ is very into physical so they don't need to hear it as much, so I preach it to you dummies all the time.
I'm probably the most hated person on this board, which puts me in the running for most hated person on this site, which is at least an honorable mention as most hated person on earth, but I'm not wrong
I'm early

>> No.52376876

>You gonna teach either me or bob about mining? Fucking kek
true facts

My employees get the same lecture any mining company gives though. Don't put all your retirement into one sector, even if it's one you believe in. Some money into mining, some into index funds, some into bonds. you guys know way more about markets than I do. Most of the boomers I work with got rich off ETF's and their house. I got rich off my house and business. Whatever works is where people need to be.

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>This is the worst cmmg ever,
you are right. Let's shit on Bayhorse and get this thread back on track...

>> No.52377018

lol BHS amirite?

seriously though, those guys did disappoint

>> No.52377083

Can’t believe graham diluted again, I paid for him to fuck Thai prostitutes

>> No.52377123

>those guys did disappoint
If it was ever a legitimate business that actually had qualified capable people and and actually tried, then yes they disappointed trying to restart a mine that has no ore left that is worth mining. But it was and is a total scam. It was pointed out early on the technical report was bullshit and the shit "technical drawings" created by actual retards and posted here to claim independent analysis were total garbage. So in that sense Bayborse delivered just was it was supposed to - taking investor money for Gram's ladyboy lifestyle. Who the fuck would ever do a private placement in that piece of shit.

>> No.52377157

>I paid for him to fuck Thai prostitutes
Gram is mining those ladyboys as we laugh at him now. He is dedicated about that for sure. so you money was well spent on the ladyboy investments

>> No.52377191

eh I never bought in. But it looked decent right up until he gave up on it.

desu we need to do the same
I own a couple former silver mines that are probably just as worthless if we want to start a corporation.

>> No.52377325

>I own a couple former silver mines
Sell them to Gram. Seriously. Gram is not looking for a real mine to mine, he is only mining investors.

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we can do the same thing

a former silver mine that produced billions of dollars costs a couple thousand where I live

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Mining is hard work. Too hard for me and I fucking work hard. If nigdonkey ever had a chance it would be literally a few anons from here with money and knowledge to do it. Pan man as CEO/director of the board, bob as our k Street rep and operations manager, red as our CFO and tinder representative, prep the BHLL anon can be our Treasurer and secretary (luv that guy no homo), the Buddhist Mexican can oversee our advertising and social media, and I'll be the drunk security guard.
Top flight security of the world. Of the world.
It's movie night with the missus. We're watching Schindler's list. Not fucking kidding you.

Love you fellas. Keep it in the green

>> No.52377540

Hmmm this is perfect. I don't have to dig tunnels to build a bunker, just buy an abandoned mine.

>> No.52377556

Is that between Chaffey county and gunnison going up the monarch pass? Looks familiar

>> No.52377592

>We're watching Schindler's list. Not fucking kidding you.
good fucking lord

You know I told you before.
I'm not a jew but my family was Jehovah's witnesses. So Hitler rounded them up and killed about half the JW's because JW is pretty close to jew names for god.

so I was raised with the nazi stories including the full on stephen king style torture stuff. Always fascinated since.

I have a job already, it pays more than most here will ever make. You're relatively wealthy as well. If we go into mining it's just because we're bored.
Mining investors sounds pretty sweet though. No work, get gram to sell our shares.

>> No.52377612

that's idaho springs, very close. Gold mine, and a famous one. Probably one of the richest in the US in its day

I live on one of the richest gold mines in the US myself.

>> No.52377657

How's copx? thinking of buying some calls on it

>> No.52377711

>I'll be the drunk security guard.
>Top flight security of the world. Of the world.
pays better than mining, I know.
still gotta get your MSHA tho

>> No.52378022

I own property we used to grow on that's over one of the richest discoveries ever made in California. Deadwood across the divide towards Lewiston. Weed doesn't have any value now and it's impossible to mine in California....legally that is

>> No.52378156

yeah I've looked into your canyon before

not to dox myself but my wife's family used to own land in your area.
A couple places there are named for her family. They got rich off that gold.

Me and my uncle used to pan and sluice there. not legally

>> No.52378297

Shes a Van Ness

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Ninja everyone here knows who you are, where you are, and what your family looks like. Meanwhile, that fucking ass clown scam artist that took so many unsuspecting retards for a ride to soften his blow spent untold hours trying to dogkz me.

And somehow I'm the fucking bad guy? I'm the bad guy in the room? Not the two bit hustler pushing his shit coin everywhere, not the buzzards that prey on the flailing corpses of the weak with reverse mortgages, not the dine and dash hedge fund managers or their pimps on k Street.
I'm the bad guy. For warning people about guys like you, Bob. For warning people about guys like them. Those people who would trade their liberty for security, who deserve neither, and will lose both

>> No.52378780

I never told anyone to buy BHS.
you mistake me for your enemy. I don't have enemies. I have employees and I have clients. That's it.

>> No.52378869

well it's still better than talking about fucking nft, that shit just reminds me how retarded I was and that I'm now forced to use zoodao to at least get rid of them

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I never said you did. You know better than that. I honestly don't think that kind of evil is in you. You wouldn't lawlessly and willfully commit evil or transgress or trespass, Bob. But you would knowingly profit from the demise of your own children's world, because you have and you will

>> No.52378944

>you would knowingly profit from the demise of your own children's world, because you have and you will
that world is doomed whether I profit or not

and if I profit my children profit when I die.

chaotic neutral. You and me aren't much different really.

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>chaotic neutral
This is why I would kill you in the most merciless manner, Bob. Your acquiescence is more shameful to me than an lawful evil. Lawful evil knows it is evil, yet disguises itself under the color of law, to circumvent the "lawfulness" from the "duty"
We're not burying the hatchet here tonight Bob. We're simply admiring the line in the sand that, somehow, you've forgotten
We aren't the same, you and I, because I never wanted anything but my own personal freedom.
Freedom to think, speak, choose. Your kind limits these things. Oils gonna run out bob. Two moar weeks. We need the govt bob otherwise we would all have to do some work to survive

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So bob you never said if she was a van ness. I knew Richard well. He's the only liberal I would incarcerate instead of hang. I cut that wood on a cousin of a van ness property not 12 miles north of the old mine. Basically papoose, if you're familiar with that area. East south east of the landing at Trinity center. Good fishing on that arm

>> No.52379324

Welcome newfriend. Lurk moar instead of bitching and you'll know what to expect and probably learn what you're looking for

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horsies get the rope. Even my commie miners don't dilute.

>> No.52379359

>This is why I would kill you in the most merciless manner, Bob.
worth a try anyways. I shoot better than you lassen, and I've killed more men than you. You can't kill me and I don't want to kill you.

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>Shoot better
So, on the 500 yard prone, we have ten shots. The e first shot is at an outline a silhouette of a man at 500. I hit the spotting dowel that is used as the placeholder to mark the entry point for the shot twice in the next 9 shots. It's called bullet stacking and I did it with iron sights
Really makes you wonder who they hire to keep up the narrative these days. It's really curious, to me, how they find people to do their dirty work

>> No.52379589

a marine is a rifleman first

you might shoot better than me but that makes us both deadly at a mile out or more.

>> No.52379635

Look at your young men fighting
Look at your women crying
Look at your young men dying
The way they've always done before
Look at the hate we're breeding
Look at the fear we're feeding
Look at the lives we're leading
The way we've always done before
My hands are tied
The billions shift from side to side
And the wars go on with brainwashed pride
For the love of God and our human rights
And all these things are swept aside
By bloody hands time can't deny
And are washed away by your genocide
And history hides the lies of our civil wars
D'you wear a black armband
When they shot the man
Who said "peace could last forever"
And in my first memories
They shot Kennedy
I went numb when I learned to see
So I never fell for Vietnam
We got the wall of D.C. to remind us all
That you can't trust freedom
When it's not in your hands
When everybody's fightin'
For their promised land
I don't need your civil war
It feeds the rich while it buries the poor
Your power hungry sellin' soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain't that fresh
I don't need your civil war
Ow, oh no, no, no, no, no
Look at the shoes you're filling
Look at the blood we're spilling
Look at the world we're killing
The way we've always done before
Look in the doubt we've wallowed
Look at the leaders we've followed
Look at the lies we've swallowed
And I don't want to hear no more
My hands are tied
For all I've seen has changed my mind
But still the wars go on as the years go by
With no love of God or human rights
'Cause all these dreams are swept aside
By bloody hands of the hypnotized
Who carry the cross of homicide
And history bears the scars of our civil wars
I don't need your civil war
It feeds the rich while it buries the poor
Your power hungry sellin' soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain't that fresh
I don't need your civil war

>> No.52379684

underneath your hate of the superficial
underneath the superficial you hate
is truth

and the truth is neither your truth nor the superficial is true. We're just monkeys telling each other bullshit stories. and none of them matter.

>> No.52379697

Hoo rah bob. A part of me that hates you also loves you. Or maybe a part of me that loves you also hates you. I wish I could beat some sense into you.
Physically not metaphorically

>> No.52379737

You're me 20 years ago. I don't want to beat any sense into you, you'll get here eventually.

it's not turning into something evil, it's just realizing the bullshit you hold close now is no better than the bullshit you had drilled into your head before. It's all bullshit. Enjoy your life as you already are. I think that's all that matters, but maybe that'll turn out to be bullshit too.

>> No.52379760

>We're just monkeys telling each other bullshit stories. and none of them matter.
Well history tells them what to believe and here we fucking are m8. You gonna nut up or shut up?
>Inb4 you won't do shit
My entire life is one unceasing, everpresent march towards shit. It will be done. Nature demands bifurcation

>> No.52379786

>You gonna nut up or shut up?
neither really

I'm going to speak truth and see what happens
because a marine doesn't lie.

>> No.52379819

>It's all bullshit. Enjoy your life as you already are
Sigh. Yes, commisar. You are entirely correct. There's nothing anyone can do to improve the conditions of their life, nor others.
But, seriously, you can't just live as though you are powerless and just cog in the wheel. What amount of gains will break this! How much money to free yourself of this! When can you finally be free?

Don't answer. I don't care. Lurkers will see and find their way
I just wanna grill ffs

>> No.52379873

you poachin the ducks

I used to poach the ducks.

I get it. If you've got a genius IQ and way too much time on your hands you'll be me one day. I asked, If I'm so smart why aren't I rich? Then I got rich.

you might understand this already. But once you get rich you see that doesn't matter either. But you will outgrow your anger if the world goes on long enough. I doubt it will, but it might. Get rich, get laid, get over petty shit like US economics and US politics and worry about what's actually going on. This is the singularity, we're so fucking close. What's being done? Not shit. We're almost extinct and nothing you or me says or does will delay that for an instant.

buy meta I guess

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>Wealth is not about having alot of money but having alot of options
You aren't wrong. I don't admire you, Bob, but I do respect you

>> No.52379978

3 5 darkhorse you filthy fuck.

have a good day. Our day.

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Didn't mean to green text there. Clearly bob didn't say that nor imply it. I reformatted my post and failed to omit the >
I'm going to commit harry cary now in my disgrace and shame

>> No.52380027

Checkerboards soaked with sorrows? Are we too late? Balderdash, for we have just begun to fight!

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Talk amongst yourselves
I'll give you a topic: Indian usurpation of the physical silver market.
No! Not the Bitcoin Indians! The street shitters!

>> No.52380179

/cmmg/ is going to become the most powerful thread on /biz/ over the next few years. Crypto nerds will seethe.

>> No.52380191

It's the weekend, time to unwind. Relax, pull up a chair and grab a drink.

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Cheers to that m8

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I'll drink with you lad. I'll share a drink with you, and recount the days forgotten. I'll raise a glass to those beyond forgotten, those that are forlorned. I'll raise a glass to those who never had a chance to be remembered, because history never knew their name. Aye. Where would we be without those countless, unmarked graves that brought us tirelessly into the warn bosom of today, and all of today's children that are bastards of our tomorrows, are they to be forgotten before they are born?

>> No.52380501

>government intrusion protects small biz

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Anon, questioning the commisar is a punishable offense. You will be extracting your comment now, offering a full apology in exchange for restoration of your fedcoin account. Will you comply?
*Type Y for Yes and N for no*

>> No.52380744

oi, put your dick up

>> No.52380786

Truth is this place was dead before it ever had a chance to live. What's left for hope, when hope has been sacrificed for certainty? Certainty, but at what costs? Are we to allow ourselves to be star struck by fleeting nuance, outlandish rumors, and unsubstantiated poppycock?
My brothers and sisters I dare not even tread upon the likelihood of those misfortunated happenstances of those lacking in the the faith of the almighty

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Brother, our sick is up. Our sick is the most uppity dick that flesh could arrive at to acquire itself a true navigational north.
Now I must ask you, my brother in the Lord Christ almighty, deliverance is his name; do you, my brother in Christ, denounce the Talmud and all of its works?

>> No.52380969

I burnt the tip of my cock on the right side galavanting around like a niggardly woman when I should have been just been burning my dick for fun

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>consuming the sugar jew in the year 2023-50days
Shameful. The bourbon is clean and based though.

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>government intrusion protects small biz.
*taxes you to death*
*helps large corporations to outcompete you*

>> No.52383203

A multibillion corporation can (and do) have a whole floor of employees solely dedicated to complying with gov regulation. Small businesses cannot. Regulation is lobbied for by big business to maintain monopolies.

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Good morning frens

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Anons your participation needed, post opinions and habbenings

Global Hyperinflation General /GHG/ >>>/pol/404097573

>> No.52384496

>tfw no niggers nor subhuman vermin shitskins...

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>studying civil engineering
>wants to be an expert in a mining/investing company for mining operations
is it over?

>> No.52388159


Morning all!
The price of iron is about to spike!

>> No.52388194

not at all friend! there are loads of jobs out there for engineers in mining right now, it just depends on how far your willing to go. The industry in Canada is desperate for young employees, and is having horrible retention issues, so if your willing to deal with the bullshit your basically set.

>> No.52388334

Don't say I didn't warn you

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Bullish for dreams

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why isnt it green in your post

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The dawn of a golden age...

>> No.52391353

I am playing with the idea of buying miners again but my portfolio is already 40% juniors
Now seems like a good time though...

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Do it, don't be a pussy bro.

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>> No.52393072

But I am more interested in the technical or finance side, as compared to the project management side. I don't want to spend my future at mines in a shitty weather, although that's fine for the start of the career.

What are the prospects in the industry if I am mostly interested in finance related and in other consultant/expert positions?

>> No.52393400

I am honestly not sure about that most places want you to have at least some sort of in the field experience. Call around and ask companies / contractors and see what their wanting, this is what I did / do when trying to figure out job prospects.

>> No.52393423

So, VALE? They still have a nice divvy.
Is COPX still worth it?

>> No.52393535

Its been hot all week, I had hoped it would move over a 3 year span. Not sure what made it move so much in the short term.

>> No.52393749

the way these types of businesses work is
>highly paid grunts
>very highly paid exec
>avg pay college professionals who dont have to wash their hands or shirts

dont get into mudlogging, just be a laborer. or in your case, find a more relaxing office job

>> No.52393805

i am not sure about ETFs but copper isnt going down seriously in value for a while.
Vale would be a good bet for sure with how Iron is going too but iron ore prices are swinging a lot, might be wiser to wait and see if things stabilize.

>> No.52394874

>red as our CFO and tinder representative
I died.

>> No.52394896

Copper should be a good investment over the next ten years.

>> No.52394916

I'm glad I'm only the second craziest person in the thread.

>> No.52396314

This was dropped last thread, can't recall just now, maybe the one before that. So Mexico is now on the list of countries nationalizing mining. Lithium recently. The more I want to DCA in just now I'm kinda torn on jurisdictional issues like this.
Pan Man as always is a cornucopia of knowledge and for that I am grateful, however political tides changing have nothing to do with knowledge base or experience. As surely as regime changes come with new drapes, politicians come with new minions and agendas.
This ESG thing is going to be the way they shoehorn communism into any and every culture, by forcing every company in every country and every sector.
So my question is where is the safest country to buy into miners going into 2023?

>> No.52396433

it is interesting to see the blow back in Mexico's general population to their latest socialist government. Its more focused towards how weak they appear in relation to the Cartels but nationalization isnt totally popular either. Its seen as yet another way to give corrupt friends of politicians a free job / income.

>> No.52396628

Canada (especially eastern), Australia (especially western) and certain states in the US like Nevada are the best jurisdictions right now imo. Also Finland is top but they dont have that much mining.
I wouldn't buy oroco because that guy who shills it on youtube seems kinda retarded lol.
Mexico is not a good jurisdiction, they actually have rather high taxes and sometimes you have to share profits with workers too so they dont cause problems. Then you have all the blockades etc.

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Normies are starting to get the message from corporate media. Fox follows ESG guidelines while parading this narrative. Pure theatre lads

>> No.52398140

Based Saturday night /cmmg/. I'm putting together a precious metals mining portfolio. Please rate my portfolio:
>10% Impact Silver
>20% Guanajuato silver
>20% Discovery SIlver
.>10% COPX Calls, long dated
>10% VALE calls, long dated
>10% DBA Calls, Long dated
>20% cash
RATE. Please /cmmg/ bros.. I've been here since 2019

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That's alot of metal. Energy will be a good sector to risk a little exposure desu. Agriculture as well. You should have a solid nest of precious metals for a rainy day. Physical of course

>> No.52399067

So weird that Andy has all of a sudden become bullish on bitcoin

>> No.52399337

He probably bought a bag when it fell and is now trying to convince everyone and himself that it's a good deal.
Considering all of the stuff that's going on in the crypto world, you'd have to be absolutely insane to touch it at the moment.

>> No.52399354

But he always said it was total hot garbage and he had no idea how to price it

>> No.52399380

Oh yeah, COPX calls that's a good way to do it. I wanted a position myself.

They have a hella dividend, I'm tempted to get raw shares.

>20% cash
If that's dry powder strictly for investing, I'd recommend parking it in a ladder GIC or ibond

>> No.52399439

And I agree with that take, but like I said he probably got a bag and now thinks it's a good deal and will go up simply because it's down so much.
The vibe I get from Andy is that he's at the same time a great long term planner and is able to see possibilities, but simultaneously he's a scatterbrained moon boy who gets super excited about the prospects of things going up if there's one day of green in the daily charts and this clouds his judgement hard.
Haven't watched his stuff in a while aside from some of the interviews. His daily take on the markets is pretty much pointless due to how much he lives in the moment with those market updates.

>> No.52399643

In the US we set aside a huge chunk of the budget for government purchases from small biz only. They also run the SBA which promotes small businesses and gives some really nice loans to small biz only. And they run the 8a program which has the sole aim of growing small businesses to large ones by funneling gov contracts to them until they're huge.
On a larger scale they also sometimes tear apart monopolies but that hasn't been happening much since the GOP loves monopolies and dislikes small business.
>Small businesses cannot.
sure we can. Almost half of what my business charges goes directly to compliance and safety.

>> No.52399946

also since nobody here really knows how this works I'll share some experience. Generally as a contractor for a major miner, they're going to tell you what you need as far as compliance goes, and how to get it.

For example I might be doing some work for Newmont and they tell me I need MSHA certification for all workers, monthly drug testing, and verification of employment status for all employees and subs.

If I don't know how to do all that shit I meet with their compliance and safety guys and they tell me for example what labs to use for drug testing, and how to get MSHA training etc.
It's easy enough if you're not a retard, but most people are retards. Which is why businesses make the big bucks. Most people can't figure out how to navigate compliance, and lots of very smart people are scared to try. Business owners just do it. It's part of the job. If you got the balls to go out and get the work, you got the balls to do the compliance stuff too.

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If you want to be able to hold the portfolio for months and months without it bleeding out of the ass instantly. do this:

Drop juniors completely and calls. Increase cash position bigly. Only buy shares of VALE/DBA/(((COPX)))

DXY is not done yet.

>> No.52400355

Aside from learning compliance as we go, and also building up a body of compliance over time, you're also right about monopolies.

but it's often small businesses that hold those monopolies, not large ones.

for example there are a couple types of HAZMAT work on industrial mining sites where I am the ONLY business in the world qualified to do the job. I am a small business, I have a couple compliance monopolies that have made me millions. Not huge monopolies, but every mining company in the US has hired me at some point, as have almost every government agency in the US. The work we do is weird enough that mining companies don't maintain the required certifications and insurance, it's cheaper to hire me. And that's what I'm here for. That's why I maintain those credentials.

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BHLL anon owes me an explanation of why he had me buying at .40

this bhll has been prepped for too damn long.

>> No.52400455

Not sure if BHHL will make it at current prices, but it's probably the most promising US silver project that's been shilled here.
Not that that's saying much, but they're probably a lot closer to going huge than say bayhorse or aurcana.

>> No.52400468

Why is COPX getting echoed?

>> No.52400551

The final fact is that about 80% of US tax, accounting, employment, and fair dealing regs simply don't apply to small businesses at all.

so yeah, huge companies might push regulation to cripple other huge competitors, but that goes right over the heads of small business. We don't play by almost any of those laws. We don't have to. By the time we're big enough to be hit with those regulations, we can afford whole floors of lawyers and accountants too.

>> No.52400752

all of that doesn't change the fact that taxes and regulations contribute to the death of about 2/3 of small businesses in the US every year.

but people that start businesses are mostly libertarians and we love to blame the government when we fuck up. The reality is if taxes and regulations killed your business, YOU SUCK AT RUNNING A BUSINESS.
There's no shame in that. Libertarians are also usually diy guys and we have to learn to hire people that can do the work we're not capable of doing. I suck at sales and I'm a mediocre manager so I hire other people to do that work. I love the work, I'm just not great at it. So I hire people that trained to do it or were born with the talent to do it.

and that's a huge part of dealing with government regulations. Hire someone that knows how to do it, or go bankrupt and bitch about the government instead of your own unwillingness to pass the work to someone better at it.
Most business owners fail on that point alone.

>> No.52402086

Sunday morning bump

>> No.52402539

You can do it without field experience but run the risk of being asked for a long weight etc.
If you can get in and get good exposure sure, but there's a lot to be learned from time on site.

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I wonder how many times you can bump in a row here

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I think everyone either sold the bottom and kysd themselves after the pump or celebrated over the weekend and drank themselves to death.

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The Al Gore rhythm prioritizes new IDs so diminishing priority afterwards otherwise a thread would be on page one in the scatalog when it's just me calling bob a nigger over and over

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Lovely day outside gents. Bumping before I go cut some firewood

>> No.52408928

Should I buy BHLL now? Will they take off if gold/silver goes up?
What's the chance they go bankrupt?

>> No.52409058

Bunker hill is a pretty good bet for an up and coming miner but every one of these projects are hyper risky.

Their bunker hill project has a lot going for it though that others might not, like having a massive existing archive of data on their ore body and the US federal government helping them sort out clean up for the past mine.

Their primarily focused on the zinc and lead with silver acting as a credit at smelters, so their hoping that those two commodities keep climbing in value, but if there is a major price crash they could be hooped.

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Buy all so we can all exit at our entry points bud.

Thanks for your sacrifice :^)

>> No.52409232

thanks you are always very helpful

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Anyone remember molten battery stuff? I think I found a decent stock for it, last time we checked I think we were looking directly at gold miners like PPTA who had byproducts of antimony.. This is a much more riskier junior MOLT:CSE.

Also seems like theres a similar figure to Amir Adani of Uranium, but for Antimony: Donald Sadoway. He's on the board of MOLT and is the founder of Ambri company making these batteries.

I think use case of the batteries is good, but nothing mind blowing or a massive step up from lithium-ion batteries already + they have a bunch of risks and initial energy input with them needing to be molten all the time. Not too sure of this stock being a multi-bagger unless China stops exporting antimony or other REEs honestly.

>> No.52411686

i havent followed news on molten battery tech for a few years, the tech sounded promising but molten metals / salts being too corrosive to make the tech viable made me loose interest. I ll have a read on a couple of these thanks!

>> No.52412634

Bump before bed

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Yeah probably. We have had a good run without a thread dying though. Couple months back we couldn't even keep the thread alive during the weekend and sometimes workdays.

>> No.52412927

Nice, thank you for this. Ive previously listened to Sadoway in the power hungry podcast, recommend it, will check this out.

>> No.52413720

That was a good movie.

>> No.52413992

>otherwise a thread would be on page one in the scatalog when it's just me calling bob a nigger over and over
that's pretty much how we kept the thing alive the last couple years. Junior miners are a terrible investment most of the time, if you want a thread about them you about gotta have stupid arguments and rambling discussions of mining technology and markets.

If you check archives you'll find the thread usually dies the swift death of an aborted fetus when I'm busy with work and not posting. Or if Pan Man takes some time away. Or if you go hunting and distributing free pistols in the wild.

>> No.52414352

I haven't bought any and I don't plan to. I don't know if they'll make it or not. I just figure for a US silver project they're fairly promising. But silver mines in the US don't usually make money at current prices I don't think. Silver needs to be somewhere in the $30-$50 range for most mines I know of to make a profit. It's not like miner's salaries are going down.

>> No.52414415

Then why are you here if you think discussing the very topic this general is made for is just "stupid arguments and rambling discussions"?
You're the one who keeps rambling about off topic stuff.

>> No.52414518

same reason Pan Man and Lassen and probably Red are here.

there is no dedicated mining and geology thread on 4chan so you get to be graced with our dubious expertise whether it makes you money or not.
Usually it won't.

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>> No.52415075

i try to be as helpful as possible but unfortunately my background isnt in high finance, its in on the ground "day to day" type work on exploration and mining projects.
This modern market space also makes no god dam sense in general. Even deep insiders cant make heads or tails it seems.

>> No.52415097

Boy howdy, I wish.

>> No.52415393

>Even deep insiders cant make heads or tails it seems.
I can but I use a simple formula. When mining companies are hiring me, they're bullish. When the feds are hiring me, mining is bearish. I watch my ratio of corporate contracts vs fed contracts and see about where mining's at right now.

but that says nothing about the future. Just tells me what's happening right now, right here. You know how it is. Mining booms and busts on metal prices and nobody knows exactly where those are headed. Locally at least moly and copper mines are going strong while silver, gold, lead and zinc still struggle. That could all change in an instant but I don't know if it will. Well, I KNOW it'll change, but I don't know when and I don't know which direction or for how long. It's a crap shoot. Always was, always will be.

>> No.52415520

the exploration sector is really odd right now too, it feels like its in a down turn again but in reality all the shit coin tier projects from two years ago have failed and now only the best that survived are getting work done. Drilling contractors are seeing openings in their schedule for the first time in two years, and already i am hearing grumbling from guys in the field about looking for new work. Its nowhere near a fullscale down turn though, not yet anyway.

>> No.52415591

I think it could go either way but long term prices are going to go up. They always do. Whether or not they'll go up enough I don't know. But you guys have some amazing ground out there so if prices go up you're all set to boom again.

We had a lot of local interest in silver and gold last year or two but it's all died down again with prices going low. Still have that heap leach project down the street from me moving forward but I think they've shrunk their plans a bit.

>> No.52415663

The project I was working on has died down unfortunately. Corporate blew way too much money and add on the current price of diesel fuel its too expensive to do any further work until prices correct. Its a real shame, 85 people out of work and probably another 140 laid off in the region.

>> No.52415739

Yeah diesel is a problem. I'm sorry to hear they're cutting staff. Somebody is always working, but the miners I've met along the way usually have to move around the country or around the world to find constant work. I know Freeport is paying top dollar to get some miners on their moly projects, but CO is a hell of a long ways from BC.

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>CO is a hell of a long ways from BC.
to be honest though, I've met a pile of leaf miners over the years, all from BC. Those guys do pretty much run US mining.

>> No.52415921

CMAC's crew from Quebec were top notch but yes there are some fantastic BC based contractors too, I only wish the training program I was involved with had better results. It didnt work out nearly as well as we had hoped. Maybe in a few years we will get another crack at it.

All the high ups i ve met were Yugo or Quebec lately, all the new blood in mining is coming from BC and Alberta. Were going to need them and so many more for the dozens of new underground projects this province has planned. KSM on its own is going to need 500-1000 staffers with underground training.

>> No.52416200

I mentioned it before but I worked under contract for Thyssen for 6 years out of Saskatchewan. They were incredible. But most of the guys I worked with were from BC. They still have a huge presence here, I see their trucks all the time. UG miners are rare here but still around for the odd project that requires the skills. I keep my UG licensing even if I don't use it every year. Sometimes I need it.

>> No.52416282

>I see their trucks all the time.
also see them every year at MSHA training. Half the class or more is usually leafs

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>> No.52417064

What's a good way for someone with no experience to get a mining career? Where would one start?

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look for career / training programs through the major mining companies. Universities and trades schools often partner with major miners to do training programs, like the one i was working on. Its not easy work at all, the in class room material is dry and the physical training is extremely demanding. You will hurt, you will be beaten down into a clay like state. Not everyone can work underground. I honestly only recommend UG for people who are built a bit different then most. You need to be able to function in a high stress, low visibility environment with a large crew of people who will be assholes. Its difficult, it was horrible for me starting out young, but if you can do it you have a sweet career that will take you all over the globe. two guys who we taught are off to Tanzania to work on a gold project for example.
Also another angle to look at, try finding major mining contractors to work under. Its a bit of a bitch though to get your foot in the door though now with many elderly guys trying to keep their grand kids around instead of hiring outside the "family" if you know what i mean.

>> No.52417542

Has MSHA changed a bit in recent years? We were trying to train our apprentices to be MSHA and Canadian reg compliant as both are top notch and excepted world wide. It didnt seem nearly as dry as the Canadian material we were using in class.

>> No.52417745

>many elderly guys trying to keep their grand kids around instead of hiring outside the "family" if you know what i mean.
Not sure, our MSHA guy is this 80 year old former mine rescue guy. He has stories from mines all over the US. I think he worked on the Sunshine Mine disaster and a large number of smaller accidents and rescues. So our classes are always interesting.

the one time I had to do an online refresher it was dry and boring as hell. I think it depends on the instructor. I'm worried about when our guy retires, but he's retired and we begged him and bribed him to come back every year. Love that guy's classes.
Also he combines OSHA and MSHA which I love because I need both every year.

>> No.52417860

fuck, its hard to describe to people outside the know how bad that was. Same goes for Westray if you remember.

Also yes it really depends on the instructor. We had a guy who was mill manager for one of the largest copper open pit mines in BC teaching safety and i swear half the class wanted to shoot themselves from how dry the material was at times.

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Yeah at the time of the Sunshine fire Leadville was booming with maybe 40 underground operations running full swing. So our instructor guy headed up the Colorado Mine Rescue team and was based here in town because of all the work going on. The way he tells it MSHA hadn't been invented yet, and it was started partly because of the Sunshine Disaster. He says he worked with the feds writing up the safety regulations. Like he literally wrote the book for MSHA. Not sure how true that is because he loves to exaggerate and brag like we all do. But it's probably at least part of the truth, he was definitely there for that fire and wrote a couple papers about what went wrong and what could be improved.

coal scares the crap out of me, and that's part of the reason. Those guys don't get paid nearly enough for the hazards they face every day. Just insane.

My guys had the same deal with an instructor in Denver. Some kid with less time mining than his students, teaching right out of the textbook with quizzes and tests. Just worthless.

>> No.52418243

you will never get me below ground in a coal mine because of Westray and a few other accidents. Its just to dangerous for my liking.

I dont know why gov thinks getting guys green as grass to teach guys how to do what we do but thats how things are.

>> No.52418434

>Its just to dangerous for my liking.
here in the US the UG coal guys get half what the hardrock miners do because their unions suck and the corporate guys have so much power. Just not worth it in my eyes. I'll mine hardrock any day but I don't touch coal.

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should add, I'm not union because I own the company, but my guys are all union and I'm pro union so far as it lets people make a decent living doing a dangerous and necessary job.

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Nickel batteries are what the military uses. I assume these will get cheaper and better. Been looking into battery materials and manufacturing myself. I'll put together some things off my work laptop when I get a chance. I'm no chemist so some of this shit is literally Greek to me.
But, as I've mentioned previously, these materials could be jeopardized by jurisdiction and politicsz which is definitely worthy of consideration.
Boys over in the Carolina's just now taking white tail down. Might have to fly over and see about it myself

>> No.52419058

Being pro union shouldnt be a bad thing, its only that a lot of unions are so corrupt or inept now that there isnt a point in being involved with them anymore. BC Steelworkers is still pretty good but its leadership are deeply corrupt.

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I'll withhold further comment

>> No.52419955

whats worse is that Westray should never have happened to start with. The mine was a crew of corrupt asshats slush fund plan that went horribly wrong.

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>distributing free pistols in the wild.
It hurts Bob. It hurts bad. I'm gonna go find that fucking thing.
Sadly, this. I studied commodities and finance in college. I'm a mining historian as a hobby, and I learned the Austrian theories decades ago. /Cmmg/ is what /pmg/ could have never been. If furchinz makes a geology board I'll fuck right the fuck off. Until then, you assholes are stuck with me shitting up the place.
However, you won't find a moar knowledgeable person that's fluent in all these fields like I am. It simply won't happen. It's a super specific skill set across a wide array of fields that don't have the most interdisciplinary cross over.
I'll tell you fellas the truth tho; commodities are coming into a super cycle that cannot be avoided or delayed, mining will be at the heart of all of this, so you guys are right about investing into this leg up.
Ive never invested in anything but physical until I ran into you crop of autists here on /cmmg/. So I set aside dry powder and did my macro to find the bottom. We're there

>> No.52420943

When the crypto collapse starts the contagion surely a lot of institutions will be forced to take positions with good cash flow in order to prevent redemptions, no?

>> No.52420998

Brother, you don't really believe that government regulations keep us safe? Or that government funding is beneficial?
Westray was the trifecta of government ineptitude; funding, oversight, and regulation.
I dont wanna run circles in argument about the fucking gov because you all know where I stand on that issue. So I'll refrain from stating what I am certain is a glaringly obvious, unavoidable, and unacceptable fact

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no no, I dont believe government regulation would have done anything. In that specific case, the entire project was built around the idea of building and than funding a mine (that wasnt meant to work) using public funds. The company behind Westray had the regional government by the balls, they promised jobs but the government would pay for them.

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>government regulation would have done anything
It did do something. It killed dozens of men

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For those of you lurking, who dont know, I'll simply say this; if you're here for profits, then may the pasture always be greener on your side, if you're here to learn about any of this random ass shit, may the sun always be to your face and the wind to your back. The government is not your friend. Westray was literally what happens when you don't send a canary down the coal mine. You boys ever hear that phrase turned? Yeah. The government is that stupid.

I ain't gonna work on Maggie's farm no more

>> No.52421614

>corporations lobby to remove government regulations because they cost $$$
>government removes regulations
>workers die
>lassen blames the government
You've been brainwashed.
The government isn't some magnificent savior, but 1800's ideas of workplace safety filled thousands of graveyards with young, dead miners.

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This is why I didn't wanna get into it about this shit
Did you guys know there was a second disc to shinglers list. Is there a third disc ?
Goo goo goo goo goo

>> No.52421749

Not trying to argue on this but filling in details for others if their interested.
Westray mine was the perfect storm of greed, both government and corporate were responsible.

Several government ministers (and possibly the Provincial premier) were in the pocket of the company Curragh Resources. Curragh Resources pumped huge amounts of money into provincial elections, bought out safety regulators and even third party monitors.
The government knew the idea of a coal mine at Westray was a bad idea (gas and poor ground stability was a well known problem) but that was ignored so corrupt officials could make money. The owners of the mine knew gas infiltration was going to be a major hazard but didnt do anything to properly mitigate it. The entire project was meant to only operate for a few months, drain some cash out of public coffers into private and officials pockets, then get shut down. Instead it went on and caused one of the greatest mine disasters in western history.

>> No.52421796

I know you know mining history so you should know when miners went to war with the feds over and over again it was for MORE regulation of mining companies, not less. After a hundred years of losing they actually got their way for the most part.

>> No.52421846

Canada is a mining conglomerate larping as a nation. America is a military dictatorship larping as a democracy.

Should I continue? Everyone knows the truth, because the truth is self evident

>> No.52421880

I agree with you on both counts.

I just doubt working miners want safety regs relaxed or criminal penalties for mine owners that ignore regulation removed.

on the other hand, miners and management probably both agree that tax and employment regulations are too broad. People tend to argue for their own interests, as they should.

>> No.52423193


quick bump with some news, protestors keep getting more brazen in Peru.

>> No.52423613

I like cmmg. It's perfect and everything I've been looking for.

>> No.52423679

For the time being production is unaffected by the stupidity of the locals.

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lmao Silver Anon must be rolling in his proverbial grave. What a time to be alive

>> No.52424356

>try finding major mining contractors to work under.
This is a bit of a problem for us smaller contractors. You can't actually get MSHA UG certification without doing what, 8 hours on a working face? So I partner with my clients to get my crew trained up on their property. I don't have an underground mine of my own to train people in, but I have to have access to one to get part 48 UG certifications.

sounds like your training program is exactly what we need in the US. We don't have training mines where I live and we need them if we're going to get more miners. Currently every mining company wants MSHA trained hands, but you can't get the training until you get hired.

>> No.52425732

morning bump

>> No.52427204


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Jap bump

>> No.52427559

For copper plays should is it fine if I just double down on Pacific Ridge

Or should I look into COPX?

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What a boring fucking Monday morning so far. I kind of expected some fireworks with bitcoin under $15k and gold up bigly

>> No.52427877

>Trillion is pleased to announce that gas sales have commenced from its first new well (South Akcakoca)
trillion sirs, we are redeeming the gas

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Based trillion bro.

Please let our Jewish overlords tamp Gold for another a few weeks so I can rotate profits from my insanely oversized Trillion position into miners.

>> No.52428234

Can anyone familiar with the Uranium space comment on Encore. Finding it hard to hold myself back after that drop.
I know it's a great company, wondering if there is anything that warrants this drop.

>> No.52428306

From what I gather they bought some crappy property in Texas and people aren't too happy about it.

>> No.52428483

please help me understand why you would pay 170 million for a company that has about 20 million in book value and is diluting the shit out of shareholders to remain profitable
just how much aggregate boepd will they be pumping up next quarter?

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Did Rana find a nugget? Up 11%

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found the answer, 3 million cubic feet of gas is 500 boe
that'll net you $4 million over the quarter, not a good investment

>> No.52428924

Any other natgas tickers worth doing research into?

>> No.52428952

absolutely, I'm pulling a 3x at minimum in 1 year
10x at best over several more years (~5-10)

>> No.52428994

C-care to share senpai? I've only seen Trillion shilled here.

>> No.52429068

good deals should be kept quiet to maximize profits : - )
they're not very complicated, just look at places institutions would never bother with

>> No.52429202

wtf encore bros

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>> No.52429507

Encore fucked over the whole uranium space

>> No.52429550

>This is the worst cmmg ever, nothing in this thread has been talk about commodities at all and right at the start of a major upturn shame on you shame on you all

you're an idiot. this is not a new bull market for commodities. we are just beginning a recession

>> No.52429579

elaborate? I thought they just bought some land that people weren't happy with.

>> No.52429580

Infrastructure is being added to the book value next quarter.
There is no more dilution, entire drill program is funded and earning money as of a few days ago. Will be earning 14 mill per month just from the first part of their drill program, and that's something like 80-90% profit.

>> No.52429598

and who the fuck are they exactly? the only bull market that might be forming is Gold right now, everything else is still bearish

>> No.52429811

Then why are all my gold mining stocks pumping every week?

>> No.52429965

The dilutions were the right move. I'd rather them dilute than not get off the ground to begin with.

Now we're producing right when we're beginning historical shortages of natural gas

>> No.52430006

Never trust someone who shits on one stock but in the same breath refuses to give examples of their own because they want to keep the price down. It's admitting to wanting gains at your expense, no different to fudding you out of a good stock so they can get in lower. Why wouldn't they? They're not your friend, they're here to maximize profits by admission.

People like that are at best spiritual kikes, just another serpent in the garden. Many more to come as commodities get more attention. The comfy days of the /cmmg/ brotherhood are coming to an end.
It's been an honour, lads. I'll miss it deeply, but the gains will ease the pain at least.

>> No.52430145

>Then why are all my gold mining stocks pumping every week?

see >>52429598
>the only bull market that might be forming is Gold right now, everything else is still bearish

gold is the exception, it might actually be a bottom for gold

>> No.52430520

>who the fuck are they exactly?
Welcome, newfriend

>> No.52430823

US is stepping in to take over Canadian mining from Chinese investment firms. Canadian mining companies told they qualify for funding under Defense Production Act


>> No.52431237

there are already over 70 near term projects that could be eligible for funding, but i am seriously interested to see how much funding Greenfield exploration gets. The US gov funded Uranium exploration work in the 1950s, i could totally see them doing the same with smaller companies and individual prospectors.

I would much rather take US defense money than Chinese cash any day!

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Oh really? Prepare for us to liberate the shit out of you Pan Man

>> No.52431922

What's with the caps on those tu--oh. Would silver make for a shitty baffle?

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I confirm, GV told us Gary savage is calling big numbers. Care to tell us exactly what Gary said ?

>> No.52432307

Most important is the volume, thats not a retard trying to bait and sell his bags.

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>Canada is a mining conglomerate larping as a nation. America is a military dictatorship larping as a democracy.

That's right, now hand over the copper canuck.


>> No.52432447

Probably since it's very soft. Would be an excellent heat sink tho

>> No.52432515

Gary is probably at lunch but when he gets back to the thread he'll tell you what you need to know lad. He always shills his channel here he can't resist

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I have purchased things today

>> No.52433094

Why GLD instead of HGU.TO?

>> No.52433471

One of the gold etfs had no volume and I also dont like levered etfs

>> No.52434839

Are the chinese locking down again. Why do they keep blueballing me?

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Lion one sisters...

>> No.52434863

There was some geological survey taking place in the Athabasca region recently. They're looking for more Uranium probably.

>> No.52435467

Wow, massive hits by i-80.


>> No.52435512

I should've just posted the big hit instead of a link:
60.2 g/t Gold, 908.7 g/t Silver, over 10 meters.

>> No.52436606

Nice hit, they have hit a lot of juicy ones. But the story is a bit hard to wrap my head around with all their different assets and then some are refractory too.

>> No.52437599


Red Cloud released a lot of new presentations over the last few days. Many different metals represented. Scottie is there too.

>> No.52438020

So this is a good basic primer for those of you interested in nickel. I've not gotten to my laptop yet but I haven't forgotten you guys.
Following up from above post. Busy today

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>> No.52439646

Based Metal bros. I have question. I'm currently in Copper and Cobalt. Decent miners are usually around the same price. Do you guys just pick 1 metal (not gold or silver) and just go all in? or do you diversify? Wondering if I should just all into copper.

>> No.52439762

Gold > copper. We're going into a grim recession.

>> No.52439942

Considering the upcoming EV craze that's increasingly being pushed as we near 2030, all of these metals are going to run hot.
I've been eyeing FPX Nickel.
They have some kind of a novel extraction method and seem to be in a pretty good position regarding battery metal production and this ESG stuff with their extremely low environmental footprint.
Worth checking out.

I agree, copper is going to do extremely well in the longer run but what we have going on at the moment is a big bear market rally which is pumping the prices.
Copper has long ways to fall from here and even the PMs might fall like a rock when the general markets take the next big leg down.
If we time this right we can rotate profits from PMs into other metals.
I'll get into copper myself but I'll wait for the next lower low and see how far there is to fall and what companies are even going to be standing after a while, especially if oil prices start going up.

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>Base Metal bros
>Not gold or silver
>Shills gold

Why do you do this to me anon.

>> No.52440341

A lot of miners are like .30c-50c. Are you waiting for those to fall or you waiting for something like COPX to drop?

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Except you didn't write base metal bros

>> No.52440459

It was a pun that only based metal bros would get and I specifically said not gold so...

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Buy gold

>> No.52440762


I'm just waiting to see how far they actually drop and to see which ones are standing after we have properly tanked.
This market move we're currently in is totally hopium driven and I have absolutely zero faith in the markets properly reversing at this point. These metals will fall further when the markets take another leg down.
And to be completely honest I'm not yet sure what I'll even get, but I won't be going with the bigger ones since the multipliers just aren't there.

>> No.52441006

I have a few small bags of metal in case the fake bull market actually has legs to stand on, but I have significant downside protection as well, I guess. I expect further pain into next summer, but we might have a Santa rally

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>> No.52444725

Good morning bump

>> No.52444824

Kek good post thanks for the laugh

>> No.52444877

Dilution is always terrible for shareholders kek
Yes congratulations at these ATH gas prices you are producing 4 million usd a quarter while you paid 170 million for 20 million of cash
I wonder what happens when gas prices go back to normal after winter

>> No.52445631

It's coming

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Nickel across one week

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This ones for any hydrogen skeptics that don't think it's going to work or be successful. Amazon and FedEx are buying them for delivery vans. Why wouldn't they want to take advantage of green hydrogen tax credits?

>400-600km range on a single fueling compared to the 115km range of the battery electric van running at the same maximum speed
>battery EVs btfo

Got platinum?

>> No.52446596

Diversify, there's no telling what will run the hardest first. Right now it's looking like gold and silver. You can rotate your gains from one metal into the others.

Aye, FPX Nickel came across my radar as well. Might be picking some up soon.

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Snowline hits looooooonnnnggggg BONANZA


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DXY just fell off a cliff, maybe $1800 gold today, with a little luck

>> No.52447757

Well just a good thing that trillion is profitable at gas prices 1/3 of where they are today then

>> No.52447779

That's not a fucking bonanza and I'm tired of this company.

>> No.52447819

Looking for $1840 this cycle, then retest back down in $1700 range early next month going before back above $1850 by EOY.

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Did you fail math? Have fun watching the up 10%-20% day.

>> No.52448430


If the choice was dilution vs not having enough money to buy supplies right before you start drilling, during a global supply chain shortage, I'll take dilution

>> No.52448761

It's only been 30 minutes, but I'm beginning to think that all of the fucking assholes (big banks and investment funds) got caught off guard by China relaxing its covid measures, and they're desperately fighting to keep gold and silver from going any higher until options expiry on November 22nd. There's no way DXY drops off a cliff like that and gold and silver just trend down.

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I have 120oz silver. I'm actually on the fence about getting rid of it to rotate into others metals because I don't know if this whole comex silver squeeze is a nothing burger or not. But thanks for the advice. I'll probably be joining the other anons in FPX nickel.

>> No.52449227

Considering how China is playing economic warfare with the US, I'm sure they're doing this on purpose.
>Oh you're trying to control PMs? Let's say we're opening the economy a bit and see how you deal with it.
This is the best opportunity for China to seriously fuck with the US and they're going to use it to their fullest.
I have a feeling that they'll wait until we're at the very bottom and with all metal supplies low as they can be, then they'll open everything full blast and cause massive price hikes and supply shortages in the West.

>> No.52449373

This is the dumbest shit I've ever read
>Selling the bottom

>> No.52449447

If you already have 120oz of physical, just hold on to it for the long haul. Selling it now will probably be a loss for you unless you bought it a long time ago like back when silver was $12-14 and there wasn't much of a premium. Instead, use your income to DCA into other assets. Diversify that way.

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You don't even know what price I bought at you stupid fuck. silver was 16-17$ and its about to break $22.

Yeah that's what I've been doing. I just trying to figure out if I'd have a faster ror if I rotated out but I'll probably rotate out of crypto before I drop my physical. Just feel like I'm not building strong positions fast enough.

>> No.52449726

Oh shit you need to sell it then before it runs up to the moon

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New email

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Forgot pic

>> No.52449838

I'm personally not selling my physical silver until the GSR goes to like 1:40 at least. If I were you I'd just build up a list of companies I like in different commodity sectors and DCA into what's cheap. If you miss the on the gold and silver miners, there's always copper, nickel and certain rare earths, uranium, platinum, etc.

>> No.52449839

Bro I'm not saying that silver won't go up I'm simply stated the notion that I could potentially get higher return if I rotated into something else. Notice how I still have the fucking silver.

>> No.52449900

Yeah, I'm trying to find space for URNM. I'm already a trillion bro but it'd be nice to have to solid energy and the rest metals. FPX and URNM next.

>> No.52451917
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Page 9 during trading hours? It really is a slow commodity market.
On another note Atlas don't you dare to revisit 1.5 or lower. If you do I'm forced to buy even more instead of building a different commodity bag.

>> No.52451986

Ah I got you know. Why did you buy physical as an investment instead of buying it as a store of wealth?

>> No.52452041

It's just keeps falling I'm gonna have to keep trickling in in case it keeps falling. Thought $1.4 would be the bottom.

>> No.52452181


It might just be doing a retest of the bottom before it goes back up or hell maybe it decides to break lower.
Thankfully it's one of those things that I'm 100% fine averaging down on, because it's one of the lowest risk plays out there.
Part of me actually hopes it would just tank hard to $1 to allow us to get some real cheap stuff.

>> No.52452376
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FED REPO rates and the 10-YR Treasury have inverted. An "official crash" is likely imminent (within a few months).


https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/RRPONTSYAWARD < REPO awards at 3.83%.

https://www.cnbc.com/quotes/US10Y < 10-YR Treasury 24HR low is 3.7%..

>> No.52452427


Add George Gammon and Rebel Capitalist to the list of YouTube channels OP.

>> No.52452733

Thanks Gary. Tell ira I said hello when you see him.
Somebody out there is making purchases like I do
Wasn't me but I buy just like this
Until the dip levels off

>> No.52452824
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BHLL is turn tables looks like they're doing a 360°

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Uranium fags, lol

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Damn. I don't follow uranium but is this one company that much of the uranium space that it btfo all investors in that sector?
Or is it just mouth breathing by one retarded niglet?

>> No.52453362

>Thinks he's going to make a profit making $5 per ounce of silver
>Won't be able to even get spot at most stores.
You sound like you're 12. The amount of money you think you're going to make isn't even worth the hassle of selling it. Just hold, you don't have enough silver for it to make much of a difference in your life either way. The one thing it could do for you is to get you through a black swan event, say a sudden currency collapse.

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There were some bros here that paid the $100 to Rick for his uranium boot camp. They should take Rick up on his guarantee and ask for a refund

>> No.52453718

>they're doing a 360°
And then Moonwalking to the moon?

>> No.52453947 [DELETED] 

It's fucking happening!!!!!!!!!!!!

Black swam incoming bois

>> No.52454028


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>Long thought that the time for gold would be when crypto scandals merge into contagion.


>> No.52454724

Dude seriously, how much of a stupid fuck are you? I know its not that much I was just proving your statement of "selling the bottom" wrong. I literally said I was thinking about rotating out of silver into other metals for a greater return. You just stated my original point you dipshit.

>> No.52454755

one retarded niglet. If you wanna see the sentiment of the Uranium space follow URNM

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Burry deleted the tweet already. I guess he didn't want to be connected with crypto crashing harder and didn't want to irritate the banksters if gold mooned

>> No.52455563

We have IDs here for each poster.
Can you even into greentext?
>Sarcasm: what is it?

>> No.52455719

Not addressing the fact I dismantled your 'argument'. Thanks for letting me know you don't have shit to stay. Move along.

>> No.52456129
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Opawica Explorations Sisters....
What happened?

>> No.52456640

I agree you should sell your physical silver since it's not a good investment and you won't see the kind of returns you would if you had stonks or crypto. You absolutely demolished my point about investments vs stores of wealth
How on earth will I ever recover?

>> No.52456801

They released the saddest drill result highlights in a PR today. Told y'all to stay away.

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These results aren't that bad, at least they drill and have a shot at a big discovery hole. A lot of explorers just sit on their asses. The market has been treating almost every explorer's results like dusters lately.

>> No.52457574

welp I guess I'm bagholding for a while

That tv special documentary thing with Dennis Quaid is coming out next month. Will that boost the stock price?

Should I continue to hold?

>> No.52457586

Bro, those are awful. If you're looking at the 18.7 g/t intercept you have to note that it's only over 0.35m, that's the equivalent of 3 g/t over 2 meter, which is generally the lowest mining width I see. Unless you're talking really cheap labor in a 3rd world country going in with handheld machines.
I agree it's good that they are doing something, but what now? their market cap is C$2M. They would have to issue 50% of their shares outstanding (with full warrants prob), just for a new tiny drill program. And probably 20%+ per year just to pay for overhead.
They say they want to do another phase of drilling on this target, but I don't even know if it's worth it.

>> No.52457728

>Should I continue to hold?
I would just get out tbqh. Problem is they don't really have anything.

>> No.52457811

okay what the fuck do I invest in? I'm stupid and desperate and looking for a low mcap silver/gold miner before the bullrun.
Help a brainlet out....

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Maybe next season they'll drill their property next to Sokoman.

>> No.52458290

Maybe. No idea how attractive that target is, but probably not great since they didn't prioritize it.
My favorite microcap is Canagold, they have a 1.1Moz high grade resource in BC and new mgmt that wants to push it forward aggresively. They are raising money right now for a FS so you might want to wait a bit to get in. They are doing a rights offering for existing shareholders, to buy shares at 17.5c (I'm exersizing my rights fully). So I would expect the stock to drop a bit between now and Dec 11. or whenever it's done.
I like this new mgmt, this way of raising money seems more fair as all shareholders can participate. Not something you see often though, I think it's a bit more popular in Australia. Normally companies just raise money at a discount and with free warrants too, and then on top pay 6% fee to the bankers.
They intend to drill all the way through to FS, which is expected to show around 100koz for 10 years.

>> No.52458322

Forgot to say that buying shares today is too late to get in on the rights offering.

>> No.52458371

Cool but their market cap is 21 million while OPW is 2 million.

>> No.52458452

You can try Argonaut gold. They are a really beat down miner which dipped even more today because they news released an accident. Should do better over the next few quarters, especially if gold pumps Pretty sure canagold isn't actually mining, if you did care about the distinction.

>> No.52458468

Well yeah because they actually have something good. You are not going to find a $2M mkt cap company with anything good.

>> No.52458488

Opawica is going to remain in that low range because it's a scam. If you want the smallest cap possible then you could also try Damara gold. They have no cash, have been silent for almost a year, but do have a decent property with some great results, and users on the ceo board believe that they'll be starting up again this winter.

>> No.52458522

>Pretty sure canagold isn't actually mining, if you did care about the distinction.
He was invested in a company that doesn't even have a discovery yet so I'm guessing in production isn't a requirement.
I agree that Argonaut is very interesting here, I've added it to my shortlist myself just recently. It's a great leverage play on gold price, but Magino is probably going to be higher AISC than some people hope for. And they have a lot of debt, so they kinda need higher gold price to really do well.

>> No.52458602

Actually, cancel Damara. I checked back in on them to confirm and their previous drills weren't as great as I recalled.

>> No.52458656
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Canagold is exploring New Polaris for the potential for a fast restart to mining. The site has a lot of existing infrastructure and underground development already in place. I recently got my hands on a ton of old photos funny enough of the original New Polaris / Taku River Mine site from the 50s. It was a serious operation back in the day.

>> No.52458779

>It was a serious operation back in the day.
Yeah it does look bigger than I expected. But I suppose they did produce 230koz, which wasn't small potatoes back then.

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Taku / Tulsequah / New Polaris also served as a major hub for about 9 other mines on the Taku River, it was the first major air strip north of Terrace BC for example. Its a very interesting piece of territory the more i look into it, but very little of it exists as documented material, most of it is hearsay from people who lived and worked at the mines.

>> No.52458861

Interesting tidbits, looks like they had a comfy time.

New thread >>52458835

>> No.52458922

This is the issue with small caps, which makes them a gamble. I have no comment on the results myself, because you never know what's down there until you have it out. Small caps can't always withstand the strain that mining blue chips can when precious metals are down relative to the costs of operating. Things like water, roads, diesel, are outside of their hands in the sense that any single issue that could suddenly arise is significantly harder to mitigate as a small cap junior explorer.
However, they could be a few dozen pokes away from a mother load.
>Next thing you know old Jed's a millionaire

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>> No.52459005

Sure you can always get lucky, but I think one would be better off at the roulette table than in OPW.

>> No.52459216

Yes. Even then the road could wash out and that could take months or years to clear. Small caps can't handle strains like this. Everyone here knows my stance on most mining projects like this are a scam as mentioned here >>52458488
Once you've they done enough work to realize they are not going to get what they thought they keep the thing going any way they can to find some poor sap to sell that barren earth to and pass the bag along. It's commonplace, institutionalized even. So even if a company has the best intentions and not trying to fuck investors, small caps still have less resources to help carry the burden of issues that arise.
I just want anons to think about this when looking at mining operations. That's all
Scams exist. Accidents happen. Lots of that shit in mining in fact

>> No.52459475

what about when the price of gold/silver increases

doesnt this allow small caps to raise more money and save them from going under?

>> No.52459984

>Posts chart of shitty bandwagon stock going back to its intrinsic value