In November I discussed Rodinia Lithium and my belief that it is the next prize in the second leg of the lithium boom. Today I was re-checking the stats on this dynamic penny stock and something jumped out at me that I had not seen in some time. That is, in the insider trading reports supplied by TD Ameritrade, every single inside trade since June 2010 is a "buy"! There are "NO" sell trades.
In other words, the people who actually know what is occuring in the company, on a day to day basis, and those overseeing the company's development, are all so poositive about their prospects, that they have only bought more of the stock, and not sold "any" of their holdings. This information alone, tells us something valuable is going on at Rodinia.
Image by redgoober4life via FlickrCold weather is the bane of electric cars, or so I've heard from many naysayers (those that don't believe the EV is here to stay). You've heard the arguments! They range from range anxiety to cold weather performance to excessive recharge time etc. etc. These arguments are falling like dominos as the onslaught of electric car manufacturing spreads from California, to China, from Japan to Sweden. Now Volvo, known for making the safest cars in the world, has blasted the cold temperature argument of the naysayers.
Testing it's beautiful, brand new, all electric C30 in artic conditions, Volvo has already knocked down the biggest domino. After this everyone will know that electric cars will no longer be considered the domain of warmer climes. The Artic is a cruel teacher, as this writer can attest from his time spent in the north, but the students at Volvo have learned their lessons very well. 80 to 90 km distance in artic conditions, and that is just the first model.
If you owned 18 valuable properties consisting of gold, silver, copper, lithium and rare earths, in various locations in North America, South America and Europe, you might have a problem explaining to shareholders and potentioal shareholders, just how much value is stored up in those properties. Frustration could set in for both you, and your shareholders.
That is the position TNR Gold (TNR-v) finds itself at this writing. Management has spent the past few years acquiring some very promising properties, and is now struggling to release the value inherant in owning a fairly large number of various resource discoveries under only one banner.
What should I do with my nest egg? Where should I invest? How should I invest? Gold, Silver, Stocks, Bonds, Funds? Can you help me decide please?
These are some of the questions investors have when they seek financial help. Fund managers and bankers know these questions will be asked. They know, because they are quite familiar with the driving force behind those questions.
Bankers, fund managers and money managers often break down clients into two categories. Those who want to create wealth and those who want to preserve wealth. Now, ask yourself this simple question: Are you in either camp? If so I am sure you have your reasons. Some of you believe your portfolio, which may be fairly substantial or even just adaquate, should be protected and preserved for your retirement years. That, my friends, seems to make good common sense, Does it not?