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I now own 100 shares of a silver miner to go with my 100 shares of a uranium miner. Mebbe I'll just put the rest on FCX? I've always liked them, but am still not sold on their foray into fossil fuels.
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I now own 100 shares of a silver miner to go with my 100 shares of a uranium miner. Mebbe I'll just put the rest on FCX? I've always liked them, but am still not sold on their foray into fossil fuels.


Do you mind sharing the stocks? Nobody on RECF will accuse you of pumping up the stock.

We are all buddies here.

I want to add a silver mining stock to my watch list myself. But I need to do some research. Any input from the smartest people I know are always a great help. <g>

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Any input from the smartest people I know are always a great help.

Then why do you want help from me <g>?
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Seriously, here is a case for bullishness on uranium

http://dailyresourcehunter.com/great-year-uranium-investors-...


Basically, silver is both an industrial and monetary metal. Most silver is the by-product of mining for something else. There is no substitute for it.

The same dynamics that fuel gold's rise (fiat currency) also fuel silver's, but with silver you get the industrial kicker.

I chose two penny stocks (less than $5/share) that my newsletters plugged. My thought process being it won't take much of a bump to get an outsized gain. Don't worry, bwtn the two stocks I have $700 invested. This is my speculation investment funds.
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Silver is also considerably undervalued compared to gold's meteoric rise the past 13 years.

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Silver is also considerably undervalued compared to gold's meteoric rise the past 13 years

The other dynamic.
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"The same dynamics that fuel gold's rise (fiat currency) also fuel silver's, but with silver you get the industrial kicker."

One would think so, yet their price moves are totally in step with each other.

http://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html
and
http://www.kitco.com/charts/livesilver.html

~aj
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Something else to ponder about nuclear power

http://www.energyandcapital.com/report/nuclears-worldwide-ex...
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