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December 5, 2017

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1. Gold has traded between $1,266 and $1,277 so far today, touching a 5-week low…as of 7:00 am Pacific, the yellow metal is off $8 an ounce at $1,268…total known Gold ETF holdings continue to rise, up nearly 20% this year which significantly exceeds the increase in the Gold price…however, bullion is still on track for its best year since 2010 when it climbed 30%…Silver is down 15 cents at $16.14…Copper has slid 11 cents to $2.97, its lowest level in 2 months, while Nickel has fallen 21 cents to $4.94…Crude Oil is relatively flat at $57.42 while the U.S. Dollar Index has climbed one-quarter of a point to 93.33….

2. OPEC has shown strong compliance with the supply cut pledge with November output dropping by 300,000 bpd to its lowest since May, according to a Reuters‘ survey…however, rising U.S. Oil production presents a headwind for OPEC’s efforts and data last week showed U.S. Crude output increased to nearly 9.5 million bpd in September, approaching the high of 9.63 million bpd seen in 2015…drilling rig activity is also up recently…on a positive note, the latest U.S. inventory reports are likely to show a 3rd straight weekly drop in Crude stocks…analysts expect the reports from industry group American Petroleum Institute (API) and the government’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) to show Crude stocks fell by 3.5 million barrels…Oil prices are now lower than where they were prior to the confirmation of the OPEC deal, not surprising given the level of expectation that had built up ahead of last week’s meetings…speculative investors were also holding almost record-high net-long positions…however, the outlook for next year looks solid and Goldman Sachs this morning raised its Oil price forecasts for 2018 by about 5%…

3. Strong earnings growth is a key factor in propelling global equity prices higher…listed companies are at their most profitable on record after a bumper year of earnings growth…the earnings-per-share of a FactSet index of over 20,000 listed companies from around the world has now reached an average of $9.69, increasing nearly 19% in the last year…that is the fastest year-over-year rise since 2011, surpassing the late 2014 high of $9.55…while the FactSet data only stretches back to 2001, increased earnings in emerging markets like China, among other factors, mean that the per-share level has likely never been higher…meanwhile, the Citi Global Economic Surprise Index, which measures whether economic data are beating or missing analysts’ expectations, has seen its best run since 2010 this year in both emerging and developing markets…

4. There’s a growing pipeline of potential new discovery opportunities in the broader Eskay Camp…Pretium Resources (PVG, TSX) announced this morning that a comprehensive regional exploration program has resulted in the identification of 3 distinct areas that have the potential to host epithermal mineralization similar to the Valley of the Kings…several Gold and Silver epithermal targets have been identified in the American Creek zone located approximately 25 km southeast of the Brucejack mine…the American Creek valley is dominated by km-scale north-south structures and localized east-west stockworks, which host elevated Gold values of up to 62.5 g/t in rocks of the Lower Hazelton group, Unuk River formation, the same formation that hosts the Brucejack mine…geophysical conductors identified in the American Creek zone are supported by coincident pathfinder minerals and trace elements associated with epithermal mineralization…the Koopa zone, located approximately 30 km east-southeast of Brucejack, has returned high grades of Gold, Silver, Lead and Zinc in surface sampling with geochemical signatures similar to intrustion-related epithermal Gold deposits…finally, 15 km east of Brucejack, numerous high-grade boulders have been sampled at the Boulder zone…alteration, geochemistry and Upper Hazelton group rocks in the area do indicate the boulders are potentially VMS related…a final data analysis is under way to refine high-priority targets within these 3 areas for drilling in spring 2018

5. North American equity markets have generally opened slightly weaker this morning, though the NASDAQ is up on a rebound in tech stocks…the Dow is off 42 points as of 7:00 am Pacificin Toronto, the TSX has retreated 47 points while the Venture has eased off 2 points to 785…a strong support exists between 780 and 770…typically, the Index will find its low for December during the first half of the month and then begin a strong push higher immediately prior to Christmas…Cobalt prices are closing in on another new high, up 45 cents at $30.84, just 23 cents below the recent new decade high, and that’s helping to give the company with the only underground access in the northern Ontario Cobalt Camp another lift…Castle Silver Resources‘ (CSR, TSX-V) crews have been sampling on the first level of the Castle mine, targeting high-grade Cobalt veins as highlighted in news last Friday…more results are pending…

6. The Canadian Securities Exchange posted record trading results for the month of November with the turnover of 3.49 billion shares…this smashed the previous monthly record from November 2016 of 1.33 billion shares…on a year-to-date basis, the CSE has traded 13.03 billion shares of its listed companies, far exceeding last year’s record of 6.43 billion shares…meanwhile, the total value of all shares traded on the CSE so far this year is $4.74 billion, well ahead of the previous annual record of $1.55 billion traded in 2016….the CSE has also seen robust activity on the new listings and financings front.  “A number of industry sectors have clearly caught the attention of the trading and investing communities interested in entrepreneurial companies,” commented Richard Carleton, CEO of the CSE. “We are delighted to see that the hard work of our issuer companies and the CSE team is paying off to the degree that it has over the last several weeks. With a strong group of prospective issuers in its pipeline, we are confident that the CSE will continue to bring compelling investment opportunities to investors in the coming months.”

7. Cboe Global Markets is leaping ahead of CME in an effort to become the first to launch bitcoin futures…Cboe announced this morning that it’s launching futures trading in the cryptocurrency beginning Sunday, Dec. 10, making the Chicago-based exchange the first to give investors a new way to wager on, and against, the booming new market.  “Given the unprecedented interest in bitcoin, it’s vital we provide clients the trading tools to help them express their views and hedge their exposure,” stated Ed Tilly, Chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets

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June 19, 2017

BMR Morning Market Musings…

Gold has traded between $1,244 and $1,254 so far today…as of 11:15 am Pacific, bullion is down $8 an ounce at $1,245…Silver is off 17 cents at $16.52 (updated Silver charts in today’s Morning Musings)…base metals are firm…Copper has climbed 3 pennies to $2.58…Nickel has also added 3 cents to $4.06…Crude Oil has slipped 31 cents to $44.33 while the U.S. Dollar Index has rallied one-third of a point to 97.46

Weighing on Gold last week was a drop in holdings of physically-backed exchange traded funds to 55.231 million ounces from 55.654 million ounces when the Fed raised rates and pushed the Dollar Index to 2-week highs…however, the greenback’s rebound is merely a dead cat bounce given a deteriorating technical picture…very strong resistance begins at 98 on the Dollar Index…Gold, meanwhile, could drop a little more but support is powerful in the $1,230’s

A number of Federal Reserve officials this week will give their first public comments following the central bank’s decision to raise interest rates last Wednesday, and that began this morning with William Dudley who addressed business and community leaders in Plattsburg, New York…

Dudley aligned himself with Chair Janet Yellen in declaring his expectation that a tight labor market will eventually trigger a rebound in inflation data that has been unexpectedly weak in recent months.  “We’re pretty close to what we think is full employment.  Inflation is a little bit lower than what we would like, but we think if the labor market continues to tighten, wages will gradually pick up, and with that, we’ll see inflation get back to 2%.”

Of course, we’ve been hearing that same tune from the Fed on inflation for how many years now?…

Dudley also sounded a positive note on the U.S. economy overall, while saying the central bank wanted to tighten monetary policy “very judiciously” to avoid derailing the expansion that began in mid-2009

Traders have raised their outlook on a rate hike by the Fed’s Dec. 1213 policy meeting to 45% from 41% late on Friday, CME Group’s FedWatch tool showed…

Taking On Tesla

The electric car market continues to heat up with new entrants looking to take on the likes of Tesla and traditional automakers in the space…Chinese start-up CHJ Automotive is the latest player looking to come to market…the company is currently developing 2 vehicles – an “ultra-compact” electric car, and a hybrid SUV…co-Founder Kevin Shen did not reveal the names of the vehicles, hoping to keep them a surprise until later, but did reveal to CNBC that the company is aiming for a launch in March 2018 for the compact car…

$200 Million Cobalt Deal

Cobalt 27 Capital Corp. (KBLT, TSX-V) has priced its public offering of 22.2 million post-consolidated common shares at a price of $9 per share…the $200 million offering will consist of 10.9 million shares being sold for gross cash proceeds of $98,319,780, and 11.3 million shares being issued to acquire 1,205.6 tonnes of physical Cobalt for a total cost of $101,680,245…both the offering and the purchase of physical Cobalt under the Cobalt contracts are expected to close concurrently on or about June 23…the Venture Exchange has conditionally approved the listing of the shares being sold under the offering…

eCobalt (ECS, TSX) is trading at highs not seen since early April this morning while the still undervalued and top northern Ontario Cobalt play, Castle Silver Resources (CSR, TSX-V), has just raised another $1.2 million and is only a nickel shy of its multi-year high reached in mid-April…underground sampling continues at the Castle mine (1.8% Cobalt and 8.6% Nickel highlighted initial assays) while drilling starts shortly…CSR could soar on strong results from quartz-carbonate veins containing high-grade Cobalt and Nickel that were left untouched by previous operator Agnico Eagle (AEM, TSX) which focused on mining exceptionally high-grade Silver…

Venture Short-Term Chart

Last week, the Venture’s RSI(2) plunged to levels not seen since the bear market bottom in January 2016…we’ll see in the coming days if a reversal starts to gain traction, though it’s possible the Index may have to briefly push below its rising 300-day moving average (SMA) around 770 as it has done in every bull market going back the last 15 years…

The EMA(8) and EMA(20) are effective indicators for monitoring Venture short-term swings and reversals…note the short-term downtrend line from the April high of 838…a move above 800 would conquer the downtrend line…

Crude Oil Update

Oil prices are a little soft again today after a 4-week slide due to rising production in the United States, Libya and Nigeria…signs of faltering demand have also prompted weakening sentiment, dropping prices to levels not seen since before OPEC’s output cuts were first announced late last year…

Data on Friday showed a record 22nd consecutive week of increases in the number of U.S. Oil rigs, bringing the count to 747, the most since April 2015Goldman Sachs said if the rig count holds, U.S. Oil production would increase by 770,000 bpd between the 4th quarter of last year and the same quarter this year in the Permian, Eagle Ford, Bakken and Niobrara shale Oilfields…

CRB Index Update

Weakness in Oil has taken its toll on the CRB Index which has fallen below support around 177 which held for more than a year…it’s now reasonable to expect the CRB to test base support at 160 which should create conditions for a strong reversal at some point during Q3

The CRB is off 1 point at 172 as of 11:15 am Pacific

In today’s Morning Musings…

1. Cannabix Technologies (BLO, CSE) update…

2. iCo Therapeutics comes to life…

3. Daniel’s Den  how investors can profit from North America’s 4th largest Copper deposit…

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We also give first-time subscribers an industry-leading 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.  If you don’t believe BMR has helped you make money for your first 6-month subscription period, we’ll refund your subscription fee in full – no questions asked!

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June 12, 2017

BMR Morning Market Musings…

Gold has traded between $1,263 and $1,271 so far today…as of 11:00 am Pacific, bullion is flat at $1,267…Silver has retreated 23 cents to $16.94…Copper has eased off 2 pennies to $2.59…Nickel has slid 10 cents to $3.96 while Zinc is down 2 pennies at $1.11…Crude Oil, at $46.25, has added 42 cents while the U.S. Dollar Index is off one-fifth of a point at 97.06

Bitcoin hit $3,000 today for the first time ever…

Traders are bracing for active markets on Wednesday when data on U.S. consumer prices and retail sales early in the session is followed later in the day by a Federal Reserve monetary policy decision…the Fed is widely expected to hike rates for the 2nd time this year…the question is, will there be a 3rd or 4th rate hike in 2017?…the Bank of England also meets to set policy this week, just days after the U.K. election caused new political turmoil…

The Venture has responded well to all Fed rate hikes since late 2015

Palladium is up again today ($867) after soaring by more than 7% Friday to its highest level in more than 16 years as a surge in speculative demand forced industrial users to close out short positions, traders said, pushing the metal through long-term chart resistance…the backwardation in the market – a formation in the forward curve in which the price of metal for future delivery is below the spot price – can suggest a near-term shortage of metal and has recently steepened, prompting a wave of buying…Standard Chartered says “supply and demand dynamics suggest that the market is not only in deficit this year (minus 563,000 ounces) but – in the absence of Russian state stock releases and elevated auto-catalyst demand – is set to be undersupplied longer term.”

Update:  Gold vs. U.S. 10-Yr. Treasury Yield

Keep an eye on the trend with regard to the yield for U.S. 10-year Treasury notes which generally move inversely with the price of Gold…the yield in Q4 last year hit highs not seen since late 2014 before backing off modestly during the first half of 2017Gold, meanwhile, has travelled from $1,150 to nearly $1,300 during that time…

John’s 5-year monthly chart shows that Gold is in a favorable position at the moment relative to the 10-year Treasury yield unlike the situation in the middle of last year when bullion became very overbought vs. the 10-year yield…

Crude Oil Update

Crude Oil is trying to bounce back from a couple of rough weeks (down 4% last week)…there was sort of an anti-climatic feeling following meetings late last month when OPEC and certain non-OPEC producers agreed to extend their production cut by 9 months to the end of March 2018

WTI has a strong support band between $43 and $45 a barrel but physical markets remain bloated, especially from a relentless rise in U.S. drilling…8 Oil rigs were added in the week to June 9, bringing the total count to 741 which is the most since April 2015, according to energy services firm Baker Hughes

This drive to find new Oil has pushed up U.S. output by more than 10% since mid-2016 to 9.3 million barrels per day (bpd)…the Energy Information Administration says that figure will likely rise above 10 million bpd by next year, challenging top exporter Saudi Arabia…

Cobalt (And Silver) Country – Northern Ontario

One of the most interesting developments in Canadian exploration, one that offers investors compelling opportunities both short-term and longer-term, is the renewed focus on the prolific northern Ontario Silver-Cobalt district thanks to a doubling of Cobalt prices since last fall…this region was the birthplace of Canadian hard rock mining in the early 1900’s when an incredible Silver boom led to more than 100 mines and created enormous wealth…

Today we’re pleased to introduce Gino Chitaroni, the “King of Cobalt” in northern Ontario…in the days ahead, Gino will be sharing with BMR readers his wealth of knowledge regarding this district…he’s a lifelong resident of Cobalt, a respected entrepreneur, prospector and powerful advocate for mining and exploration in northern Ontario…he’s also President of Polymet Labs in Cobalt and knows every move that’s happening in the Greater Cobalt Camp…

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In today’s Morning Musings…

1. Updated charts for 2 northern Ontario Cobalt Camp plays…

2. GT Gold perks up as Saddle Zone drilling draws near…

3.  The Power of Pretium

4. Daniel’s Den the life of a successful trader!…

Did you know that for as little as just over $2 a day, you can be a BMR subscriber and tap into the best analysis and picks for the junior resource sector that you’ll find anywhere?  Last year’s BMRTop 50 List returned a whopping 118% and we are delivering market-trouncing returns again in 2017BMR was the first to call the new bull market in the Venture in early 2016, and our coverage of the commodities space gives you valuable daily insights into price movements and critical trends.  BMR is daily information that puts you ahead of the crowd!

We also give first-time subscribers an industry-leading 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.  If you don’t believe BMR has helped you make money for your first 6-month subscription period, we’ll refund your subscription fee in full – no questions asked!

Did you know that for as little as just over $2 a day, you can be a BMR subscriber and tap into the best analysis and picks for the junior resource sector that you’ll find anywhere?  Last year’s BMRTop 50 List returned a whopping 118% and we are delivering market-trouncing returns again in 2017BMR was the first to call the new bull market in the Venture in early 2016, and our coverage of the commodities space gives you valuable daily insights into price movements and critical trends.  BMR is daily information that puts you ahead of the crowd!

We also give first-time subscribers an industry-leading 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.  If you don’t believe BMR has helped you make money for your first 6-month subscription period, we’ll refund your subscription fee in full – no questions asked!

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June 7, 2017

BMR Morning Market Musings From Cobalt, Ontario…

Gold has traded between $1,286 and $1,295 so far today…as of 11:00 am Pacific, bullion is off $6 an ounce at $1,288…any dips will be met with strong buying support due to technical momentum and geopolitical concerns…Silver is off 11 cents at $17.57…Copper is flat at $2.55…Nickel has slipped 2 pennies to $3.97…Crude Oil is getting hit hard, down more than $2 a barrel to $45.91 thanks to an unexpected rise in U.S. inventories…the Dollar Index is unchanged at 96.61

An even weaker U.S. dollar during the 2nd half of the year could be one of the key triggers that confirms a bullish prediction by metals’ analyst Mike McGlone of Bloomberg Intelligence, based on unusually low volatility readings at the moment…

“With 60-day index volatility at 10% – the lowest since the 10-year bottom in 2014 at 9% – the stage could be set for the next breakout move in metals,” noted McGlone, Bloomberg Intelligence commodity analyst, in a report yesterday…

“A ho-hum May is pressuring volatility on the Bloomberg All Metals subindex to its lowest level in 3 years, just prior to the big dollar rally and metals collapse in 2014. Metals peaked as the dollar bottomed in 2011. They appear poised to continue to retrace that selloff, notably if the dollar has peaked.”

Yes, the greenback has peaked as we’ve shown in multiple charts though stubborn dollar bulls have not yet thrown in the towel – they will later this year in what is going to be one of 2017‘s Big Investment Themes…

Gold, stocks and bonds have all moved higher the last 3 months…using hedge fund quant tool Kensho, CNBC found 15 occasions during the last 20 years when stocks, bonds and Gold all advanced in a similar fashion over 3-month periods…during the next 3 months, the S&P 500 posted an average increase of 3%, moving into positive territory on 73% of the occasions, while Gold kept moving higher, too…bonds, however, declined, causing yields to back up slightly…

Seabridge Plunges Into Nevada “Snowstorm”

Interesting news from Seabridge Gold (SEA, TSX) this morning as the company has completed the acquisition of a 100% interest in the Snowstorm Project from PFR Gold Holdings LP (PFR)…Snowstorm consists of 31 sq. miles of landholdings strategically located at the projected intersection of 3 of the most important Gold trends in northern Nevada: Carlin trend, Getchell trend and Northern Nevada rift zone…

Seabridge completed the acquisition by purchasing all of the outstanding shares of the private company that owns a 100% interest in the Snowstorm Project in exchange for issuing PFR 700,000 Seabridge common shares ($~10 million) plus 500,000 common share purchase warrants exercisable for 4 years at $15.65 per share…in addition, Seabridge has agreed to pay PFR (i) a conditional cash payment of $2.5 million (U.S.) if exploration activities at Snowstorm result in defining a minimum of 5 million ounces of Gold resources compliant with National Instrument 43101; and (ii) a further cash payment of $5 million (U.S.) on the delineation of an additional 5 million ounces of Gold resources…

Snowstorm consists of 700 mining claims and 5,800 acres of fee lands carefully assembled in a private company over a 15-year period and explored over the past decade…Seabridge has staked an additional 260 claims totalling 5,200 acres that are contiguous to the claims purchased from PFR

Rudi Fronk, Seabridge Chairman and CEO, stated:  “For some time now, we have been looking for a large-scale asset in Nevada which remains one of the world’s best environments for finding large Gold deposits. The Snowstorm acquisition accomplishes this objective. This project has all the earmarks of an outstanding exploration play and we appreciate the opportunity to capitalize on its exceptional potential.”

Confidence In U.S. Economy Continues To Improve

U.S. corporate executives’ confidence has hit a 3-year high according to a just-released survey…the latest Business Roundtable CEO Economic Outlook Index has hit its highest level since the 2nd quarter of 2014 as belief grows that the pro-growth policies of the Trump administration will yield long-term benefits…that came even though the executives see GDP growth of just 2% in 2017, down from the 2.2% pace in March.  “The survey results reflect confidence from America’s leading employers in the prospects for tax reform, as well as the tangible economic benefits that tax reform will produce,” said Business Roundtable Chairman Jamie Dimon in a statement.  “CEOs are also responding to the administration’s commitment to creating a more favorable regulatory environment, protecting the safety and health of our citizens while also protecting jobs,” added Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank by assets in the U.S.

The discombobulated Clinton News Network, meanwhile, still very bitter over its stunning election loss last November, pays scant attention to the economy, the stock market, radical Islamic terrorism and agenda-driven illegal leaks within the government bureaucracy while it continues to focus on peddling a false narrative around Russia, the election and the Trump administration as if the average American worker in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin or Florida really cares…it’s just simply bizarre how these new liberal McCarthyites are exploring every imaginable “tie” to Russia (except the Clintons’ ties, of course)…

Venture Seasonality Chart

At first glance, this may not appear to be a positive chart as the Venture going back nearly 20 years shows a negative return in every month from April through November with June being the worst of all – an average decline of 1.9%…gains have occurred in June only one-third of the time…

When broken down into bull market and bear market years, however, the June to September period features some spectacular gains…keep in mind, also, that the chance of positive returns during August, September and October doubles from May and June…

Cobalt (And Silver) Country – Northern Ontario

One of the most remarkable individuals in Cobalt, Ontario, is lifelong resident Gino Chitaroni, President of PolyMet Labs who’s truly the “Cobalt King” – he knows everything about the Greater Cobalt Camp and of course is also extremely knowledgeable about the metal itself…

He’ll be sharing his fascinating insights with BMR readers in the coming days as our coverage of this district continues…

Gino Chitaroni predicts a move in Cobalt to least the $40 level.

In today’s Morning Musings…

1. Two low market cap Gold juniors that must be on your radar screen!…

2. Jaxon Minerals (JAX, TSX-V) starts ground program at Hazelton Property…

3. The coming surge in the TSX Gold Index…

4. Daniel’s Den  Southwest Newfoundland update (3 stocks)…

Did you know that for as little as just over $2 a day, you can be a BMR subscriber and tap into the best analysis and picks for the junior resource sector that you’ll find anywhere?  Last year’s BMR Top 50 List returned a whopping 118% and we are delivering market-trouncing returns again in 2017BMR was the first to call the new bull market in the Venture in early 2016, and our coverage of the commodities space gives you valuable daily insights into price movements and critical trends.  BMR is daily information that puts you ahead of the crowd!

We also give first-time subscribers an industry-leading 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.  If you don’t believe BMR has helped you make money for your first 6-month subscription period, we’ll refund your subscription fee in full – no questions asked!

Did you know that for as little as just over $2 a day, you can be a BMR subscriber and tap into the best analysis and picks for the junior resource sector that you’ll find anywhere?  Last year’s BMR Top 50 List returned a whopping 118% and we are delivering market-trouncing returns again in 2017BMR was the first to call the new bull market in the Venture in early 2016, and our coverage of the commodities space gives you valuable daily insights into price movements and critical trends.  BMR is daily information that puts you ahead of the crowd!

We also give first-time subscribers an industry-leading 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.  If you don’t believe BMR has helped you make money for your first 6-month subscription period, we’ll refund your subscription fee in full – no questions asked!

To read the rest of today’s Morning Musings, sign up NOW or login as a current subscriber with your username and password.

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