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Death of QE, Birth of Cashless Society

Nov 2nd, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,How much cash is in your wallet?Probably not too much, if any. And that's exactly what the Fed, governments and other central bankers around the world want. Let me explain...After six years, the Federal Reserve put an end to its quantitative easing program (QE) this past week. Aside from sending the US markets to all-time highs, by and ... [more]



Which Canadian Small-Caps are Fundable?

Okt 12th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member, Once again, the mineral exploration sector is rapidly contracting. And it has been dragging the Venture Exchange down with it.The TSX Venture has lost nearly 20% of its value since the start of September. Given that roughly 60% of all companies which trade on the TSXV are in the mining sector, it's obvious why this index has been ... [more]



The US Dollar is Backed by Hard Assets

Aug 19th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

There is a long debated argument that the US dollar is suffering because it is no longer backed by gold, a hard asset with the ability to maintain its value over long periods of time. I dispute that claim however. In fact, the US dollar is still backed by hard assets consisting of a basket of ... [more]



The World’s Next China

Aug 16th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,In a Weekly Volume earlier in the year, I explained how tensions between the US and China were escalating as both superpowers accumulated African natural resources (click here to read my report titled The World's Next Battle Ground).By quietly deploying private military contractors, navies and government troops, both nations have been building up their presence on, ... [more]



The World’s Next China‏

Aug 11th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,In a Weekly Volume earlier in the year, I explained how tensions between the US and China were escalating as both superpowers accumulated African natural resources (click here to read my report titled The World's Next Battle Ground).By quietly deploying private military contractors, navies and government troops, both nations have been building up their presence on, ... [more]



Canadian Oil Stocks Looking Better Than Ever

Jun 15th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,Dozens of beheadings and executions took place this past week in Iraq as ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) and the ISIL, offshoot groups from Al-Qaida, have managed to seize the northern cities Tikrit and Mosul in a matter of days. These are cities which took the US military years to establish control of.Additionally, ... [more]



Advanced Notice on Potential TSX Venture Upswing

Mai 10th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,For more than a decade the best time of year to buy juniors which trade on the TSX Venture has been around December 22nd, give or take a day.Buying the TSX Venture index on the 22nd, for the past eleven years, has been virtually the perfect moment as you would have had the opportunity to make ... [more]



The World’s Next Battleground – Junior Miners Get Out

Mrz 29th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member, From rare earths to the world's highest grade copper deposits to untapped oil fields Africa is ripe with opportunity in the natural resource sector. Over 50% of the world's platinum and palladium production comes from the continent (primarily South Africa) and roughly one-third of the world's gold production. Unfortunately, aside from a handful of nations within the continent, this is no place for North American junior resource companies to operate. For the ... [more]



The Next Dot-Com Bubble?

Mrz 15th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Dear member,First off, let's look at a few stock charts:All of these stock charts belong to companies operating within the same sector, and all are Canadian listed. With variances in price, they all pretty much follow the same projection, ... [more]



Bitcoin and Gold – A Powerful Partnership

Feb 19th, 2014 | By brinvest | Category: AaronsBlog

Friday's unexpected dip in January's U.S. manufacturing output signals two things. First, there is structural weakness in the U.S. economy; second, the Greenback will be the victim of the Federal Reserve's subsequent action to slow recent bond-buying. The Dollar is already at six-week lows - Dollar index of 80.114.On Feb 18 at 0400 GMT the Dollar ... [more]