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Mickey Fulp, "The Mercenary Geologist", returns today for a fun-filled discussion of the metals, the miners and the information someone must correctly analyze when building a diversified portfolio of mining shares.

Again, you can find more information about Mickey and his terrific service by visiting his website: www.goldgeologist.com. Once there, be sure to sign up for the FREE weekly email newsletter. If we're correct in expecting higher precious metal prices in 2020, gaining as much information as possible regarding the mining shares is paramount to success.

For this call, Mickey and I primarily focus upon three main topics:

  • Mickey's macro forecast for 2020
  • What key information investors must analyze for senior producers, junior producers and the exploration companies
  • Three key names he's following closely in 2020

Thanks again to Mickey for his time today. Please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen.

TF

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NW VIEWAGXIIK
Jan 17, 2020 - 1:35pm

I'm still laughing AGXIIK, for you stated:

"Jim I can see you working as a Walmart greeter

"welcome to Walmart,now git yer shit and git out"

I think you'd be happier as security for the Freeattle Starbux.

"Welcome to Starbux. Now drink yer coffee and git out. We got standards here, not many, but we got'em. If you don't like them wait a few minutes. We'll have new ones

No sex while standing in line. No watching porn in line. No shooting up in line. No frottage in line. No snurting in line.

Coffee is for closers. The bathroom is for people buying coffee. No bathing in the bathroom. No shooting up in the loo. No loitering at the tables. No free WIFI for dead beats. No sex under the tables. No slurping your frappe. Caffeine jackers not welcome. The line forms to the left. Single file. You will obey me and you will enjoy this experience or else"!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I can see that you need to spend more time, pondering my comments. That is not for Starbux, but for degenerate divided religious systems, claiming to follow the Truth, but lost in the corrupted world, like the world. It is for the news media and the lives of the famous ones in Hollywood and Disney. It is for the Harvey's and those flying to sex island, while looking like the shining stars of the nation.

If I were POTUS, I would be shot the first week. I have a long list that would get me in trouble and even you would be shocked. Thanks again: Jim

AGXIIKBen Stackin
Jan 17, 2020 - 11:11am

Ben. I couldn't find the palladium trading symbol AYFKM

Where does it trade? It is a good time to BTFD or maybe just HODL?

WTFDIK. There's only one way for the precious metals to go

UP. I'm in.

There's only one person who still persists in saying that gold will go down

Hairy Bent

To Hairy I can only say

DILLIGAF

It's said that an army marches on its stomach.

Algos march on their QE

Jim I can see you working as a Walmart greeter

"welcome to Walmart,now git yer shit and git out"

I think you'd be happier as security for the Freeattle Starbux.

"Welcome to Starbux. Now drink yer coffee and git out. We got standards here, not many, but we got'em. If you don't like them wait a few minutes. We'll have new ones

No sex while standing in line. No watching porn in line. No shooting up in line. No frottage in line. No snurting in line.

Coffee is for closers. The bathroom is for people buying coffee. No bathing in the bathroom. No shooting up in the loo. No loitering at the tables. No free WIFI for dead beats. No sex under the tables. No slurping your frappe. Caffeine jackers not welcome. The line forms to the left. Single file. You will obey me and you will enjoy this experience or else

If you enjoyed your experience at beautiful downtown Freeattle Like Me on Facebook or eff off.

Libero
Jan 17, 2020 - 10:35am

CDE down 16% whaaaaa?

Sure there is a good reason

canary
Jan 17, 2020 - 10:32am

The Chinese keeps buying before their holiday...

Cartel does the opposite. Wonder, what will happen to AU/AG prices when Chinese market close (Jan 25)?

silversqueeze
Jan 17, 2020 - 10:15am

The miners are the only class down it seems

Kicking the crap out of AG. So tired of the manipulation

mavens
Jan 17, 2020 - 10:02am

Question

Maybe I missed it when the new site was rolled out last year, but is it possible for me to customize what I see on the Turdville TFMR Tracker? This thing:

I would like to add Palladium and Platinum, and, who knows, maybe some other stuff too if possible...

silverseeker
Jan 17, 2020 - 9:59am

Front running the Fed??

Observing the crazy short squeeze on Palladium and the now hillarious desperate paper capping of Gold and Silver evident on the Comex; I can only smile as I have another stack of fiat ready to convert into physical this weekend. Anyone on planet Earth cognizant of the present fraud should be laughing all the way to the bank. I sure am! Lol!!!!

TF
Jan 17, 2020 - 9:50am

the fish Eric mentioned

He wanted this included with today's podcast

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lakedweller2
Jan 17, 2020 - 9:43am

@Canary

Thanks for those drill results in Irving. I hope the market liked them. We have been waiting quite a while as they send samples on a boat to Australia to test. Hope we get a run up.

Edit: looks like we have to get through miner daily algo smash before we see where price goes today.

Jan 17, 2020 - 9:42am

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