Investment Manager Warns about Investing in Uranium Initiatives

Though the junior mining sector started crumbling in Might, savvy investor Mike Halvorson, president of Halcorp Capital, still ended up possessing a really busy summer time. Welcome to the world of a significant investor in mining stocks, who gets in early and then enjoys sizeable earnings as, one particular by one particular, his businesses grow to be takeover targets. Ive been fortunate, the humble Halvorson advised us, Ive gotten associated with top explorationists, the folks who do know a top quality project. And due to the fact they have credibility, good quality projects come to these geologists. Halvorson claims his wealth-building approach comes from investing in the tasks of these credible geologists.

On May 3rd, Glamis Gold acquired Western Silver. I acknowledged the task and the primary geologist behind it, Tom Patton, Halvorson explained. I was a director of Western Silver. I didnt remain related for the whole run, but I was there for the very best element of it. August has been his busiest month. As a director of NovaGold, Barrick Gold just lately announced a hostile takeover of this business, and which is now getting disputed. In mid August, Yamana Gold produced a bid to consider above the shares of Viceroy Exploration, which has established and probable gold reserves in excess of 7 million ounces in Argentina.

So how does somebody emulate Mike Halvorsons accomplishment in choosing major winners in the mining sector? The regular investor is going to have a tough time, he commiserated in the course of our phone conversation. If I were an regular investor, I would rely on some type of advisory service, or two or a few, to aid me pick my stocks. We both agreed some of the uranium tasks werent going to make it. So several of these uranium initiatives will never see a shovel to the ground, they will in no way see something near to production, he cautioned.

But numerous advisory solutions seem out for themselves first, then their subscribers, perhaps if at all. He advised us to stay away from the self-serving ones. I have a extended record with a couple of guys that are trustworthy and have excellent talents, Halvorson explained. He subscribes to Bob Bishops Gold Mining Stock Report. I like Bob, Halvorson advised us. He covers folks. He understands a good deal of people in the business. 1 of the presents, a guy like Bishop has, is he doesnt try out to fit the very same model more than each and every company, like a good deal of analysts do. He just tries to figure out no matter whether the stock is going up. What can make Bob Bishop greater at selecting stocks than most of the guys is that he doesnt stroll close to with a model. He walks close to with instincts and the potential to judge the folks concerned. He has a wonderful network to check out information out with.

I guess for the typical man or woman, if they dont depend on an advisory services, they ought to go to the (source) conferences, Halvorson encouraged. This kind of conferences arise through the yr. One source conference requires place this week in Las Vegas. An additional popular source display will be held later on in September in Toronto.

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3 Responses to “Investment Manager Warns about Investing in Uranium Initiatives”

  1. Dawn 2 April 2013 at 3:06 pm Permalink

    Alabama’s second congressional district, Bobby Vibrant (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Martha Roby

    Arizona’s first congressional district, Ann Kirkpatrick (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Paul Gosar

    Arizona’s fifth congressional district, Harry Mitchell (chosen in 2006) was defeated by David Schweikert

    Colorado’s 3rd congressional district, John Salazar (chosen in 2004) was defeated by Scott Tipton

    Colorado’s fourth congressional district, Betsy Markey (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Cory Gardner

    Florida’s second congressional district, Allen Boyd (chosen in 1996) was defeated by Steve Southerland

    Florida’s eighth congressional district, Alan Grayson (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Daniel Webster

    Florida’s 22nd congressional district, Ron Klein (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Allen West

    Florida’s 24th congressional district, Suzanne Kosmas (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Sandy Adams

    Georgia’s eighth congressional district, Jim Marshall (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Austin Scott

    Idaho’s first congressional district, Wally Minnick (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Raúl Labrador

    Illinois’s eighth congressional district, Melissa Bean (chosen in 2004) was defeated by Joe Walsh

    Illinois’s eleventh congressional district, Darlene Halvorson (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Adam Kinzinger

    Illinois’s 14th congressional district, Bill Promote (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Randy Hultgren

    Illinois’s 17th congressional district, Phil Hare (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Bobby Schilling

    Indiana’s ninth congressional district, Baron Hill (initially chosen in 1998) was defeated by Todd Youthful

    Maryland’s first congressional district, Frank Kratovil (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Andrew P. Harris

    Michigan’s seventh congressional district, Mark Schauer (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Tim Walberg

    Minnesota’s eighth congressional district, James Oberstar (chosen in 1974) was defeated by Nick Cravaack

    Mississippi’s first congressional district, Travis Childers (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Alan Nunnelee

    Mississippi’s fourth congressional district, Gene Taylor (chosen in 1989) was defeated by Steven Palazzo

    Missouri’s fourth congressional district, Ove Skelton (chosen in 1976) was defeated by Vicky Hartzler

    Nevada’s 3rd congressional district, Dina Titus (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Joe Heck

    New Hampshire’s first congressional district, Carol Shea-Porter (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Frank Guinta

    New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district, John Adler (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Jon Runyan

    New Mexico’s second congressional district, Harry Teague (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Steve Pearce

    New York’s thirteenth congressional district, Michael McMahon (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Michael Grimm

    New York’s 19th congressional district, John Hall (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Nan Hayworth

    New York’s 20th congressional district, Scott Murphy (chosen in ’09) was defeated by Chris Gibson

    New York’s 24th congressional district, Mike Arcuri (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Richard L. Hanna

    New York’s 25th congressional district, Serta Maffei (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Ann Marie Buerkle

    North Carolina’s second congressional district, Bob Etheridge (chosen in 1996) was defeated by Renee Ellmers

    North Dakota’s At-large congressional district, Earl Pomeroy (chosen in 1992) was defeated by Ron Berg

    Ohio’s first congressional district, Steve Driehaus (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Steve Chabot

    Ohio’s sixth congressional district, Charlie Wilson (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Bill Manley

    Ohio’s 15th congressional district, Mary Jo Kilroy (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Steve Stivers

    Ohio’s 16th congressional district, John Boccieri (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Jim Renacci

    Ohio’s 18th congressional district, Zack Space (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Bob Gibbs

    Pennsylvania’s 3rd congressional district, Kathy Dahlkemper (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Mike Kelly

    Pennsylvania’s eighth congressional district, Patrick Murphy (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Mike Fitzpatrick

    Pennsylvania’s tenth congressional district, Chris Carney (chosen in 2006) was defeated by Tom Marino

    Pennsylvania’s eleventh congressional district, Paul E. Kanjorski (chosen back in 1984) was defeated by Lou Barletta

    South Carolina’s fifth congressional district, John M. Spratt, Junior. (chosen in 1982) was defeated by Mick Mulvaney

    South Dakota’s At-large congressional district, Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (chosen in 2004) was defeated by Kristi Noem

    Tennessee’s fourth congressional district, Lincoln subsequently Davis (chosen in 2002) was defeated by Scott DesJarlais

    Texas’s 17th congressional district, Chet Edwards (chosen in 1990) was defeated by Bill Flores

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    Virginia’s second congressional district, Glenn Nye (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Scott Rigell

    Virginia’s fifth congressional district, Tom Perriello (chosen in 2008) was defeated by Robert Hurt

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  2. Ernesto 2 April 2013 at 10:23 pm Permalink

    This list signifies the 70 districts the Republicans are focusing on this year. The number of of those would you they’ll get?

    AL-02 Repetition. Bobby Vibrant NM-01 Repetition. Martin Heinrich

    AL-05 Repetition. Parker Griffith NM-02 Repetition. Harry Teague

    AR-01 Repetition. Marion Berry NV-03 Repetition. Dina Titus

    AR-02 Repetition. Vic Snyder NY-01 Repetition. Tim Bishop

    AR-04 Repetition. Mike Ross NY-13 Repetition. Mike McMahon

    AZ-01 Repetition. Ann Kirkpatrick NY-19 Repetition. John Hall

    AZ-05 Repetition. Harry Mitchell NY-20 Scott Murphy

    CA-11 Repetition. Jerry McNerney NY-24 Repetition. Mike Arcuri

    CA-47 Repetition. Sanchez, Lo. NY-25 Repetition. Serta Maffei

    CO-04 Repetition. Betsy Markey NY-29 Repetition. Eric Massa

    CT-04 Repetition. Jim Himes OH-01 Repetition. Steve Driehaus

    FL-08 Repetition. Alan Grayson OH-15 Repetition. Mary Jo Kilroy

    FL-22 Repetition. Ron Klein OH-16 Repetition. John Boccieri

    FL-24 Repetition. Suzanne Kosmas OH-18 Repetition. Zack Space

    GA-12 Repetition. John Barrow OK-02 Repetition. Serta Boren

    HI-01 Repetition. Abercrombie OR-01 Repetition. David Wu

    IA-03 Repetition. Leonard Boswell OR-04 Repetition. Peter DeFazio

    ID-01 Repetition. Wally Minnick OR-05 Repetition. Kurt Schrader

    IL-11 Repetition. Darlene Halvorson PA-03 Repetition. Kathy Dahlkemper

    IL-14 Repetition. Bill Promote PA-04 Repetition. Jason Altmire

    IN-08 Repetition. Kaira Ellsworth PA-07 Repetition. Joe Sestak

    IN-09 Repetition. Baron Hill PA-10 Repetition. Chris Carney

    KS-03 Repetition. Dennis Moore PA-11 Repetition. Paul Kanjorski

    KY-06 Repetition. Ben Chandler PA-12 Repetition. Jack Murtha

    LA-03 Repetition. Charlie Melancon SD-AL Repetition. Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin

    MD-01 Repetition. Frank Kratovil Texas-17 Repetition. Chet Ewards

    MI-07 Repetition. Mark Schauer UT-02 Repetition. Jim Matheson

    MI-09 Repetition. Gary Peters Veterans administration-02 Repetition. Glenn Nye

    MO-04 Repetition. Ove Skelton Veterans administration-05 Repetition. Tom Perriello

    MS-01 Repetition. Travis Childers Veterans administration-09 Repetition. Ron Boucher

    NC-08 Repetition. Ray Kissell Veterans administration-11 Repetition. Gerry Connolly

    ND-AL Repetition. Earl Pomeroy WI-03 Repetition. Ron Kind

    NH-01 Shea-Porter WI-07 Repetition. Dork Obey

    NH-02 Repetition. Paul Hodes WI-08 Repetition. Steve Kagen

    NJ-03 Repetition. John Adler WV-01 Repetition. Alan Mollahan

  3. Precious 2 May 2013 at 10:03 am Permalink

    Monsanto Contributions to Federal Candidates

    House

    Total to Dems: $108,499

    Total to Republicans: $91,500

    Akin, Todd (R-MO)$5,000

    Barrow, John (D-GA)$5,000

    Berg, Richard A (R-ND)$3,000

    Berry, Marion (D-AR)$4,500

    Blackburn, Marsha (R-TN)$2,500

    Boehner, John (R-OH)$5,500

    Boswell, Leonard L (D-IA)$3,000

    Boyd, Allen (D-FL)$4,500

    Braley, Bruce (D-IA)$3,000

    Vibrant, Bobby (D-AL)$5,000

    Bruun, Scott (R-OR)$3,000

    Camping, Dork (R-MI)$3,000

    Cantor, Eric (R-Veterans administration)$6,000

    Cardoza, Dennis (D-CA)$1,000

    Carnahan, Russ (D-MO)$10,000

    Causey, Chad (D-AR)$2,500

    Chabot, Steve (R-OH)$1,000

    Childers, Travis W (D-MS)$2,000

    Clay, William L Junior (D-MO)$5,000

    Cleaver, Emanuel (D-MO)$1,000

    Conyers, John Junior (D-MI)$1,000

    Courtney, Joe (D-CT)$2,000

    Donnelly, Joe (D-IN)$1,000

    Etheridge, Bob (D-NC)$1,000

    Fincher, Steve (R-TN)$2,000

    Promote, Bill (D-IL)$2,000

    Gardner, Cory (R-CO)$1,000

    Graves, Mike (R-MO)$5,000

    Halvorson, Deborah (D-IL)$2,000

    Hanabusa, Colleen (D-HI)$1,000

    Hare, Phil (D-IL)$5,000

    Herger, Wally (R-CA)$2,000

    Herseth Sandlin, Stephanie (D-SD)$2,000

    Hirono, Mazie K (D-HI)$5,000

    Huelskamp, Tim (R-KS)$1,000

    Jenkins, Lynn (R-KS)$1,000

    King, Steven A (R-IA)$2,000

    Kingston, Jack (R-GA)$2,500

    Kissell, Ray (D-NC)$2,000

    Landry, Jeffrey M (R-LA)$2,500

    Latham, Tom (R-IA)$5,000

    Loebsack, David (D-IA)$5,000

    Lengthy, Billy (R-MO)$2,000

    Lucas, Frank D (R-OK)$10,000

    Luetkemeyer, Blaine (R-MO)$5,000

    McIntyre, Mike (D-NC)$3,000

    Michaud, Mike (D-ME)$1,000

    Minnick, Wally (D-ID)$5,000

    Murphy, Scott (D-NY)$1,000

    Nunes, Devin Gerald (R-CA)$1,000

    Billings, Collin C (D-MN)$9,999

    Rogers, Hal (R-KY)$1,000

    Ross, Mike (D-AR)$2,500

    Ryan, Paul (R-WI)$2,000

    Salazar, John (D-CO)$2,000

    Schock, Aaron (R-IL)$2,000

    Sensenbrenner, F James Junior (R-WI)$1,000

    Shimkus, John M (R-IL)$1,500

    Simpson, Mike (R-ID)$5,000

    Skelton, Ove (D-MO)$2,500

    Cruz, Adrian (R-NE)$5,000

    Stutzman, Marlin A (R-IN)$2,000

    Tanner, John (D-TN)$1,000

    Thompson, Bennie G (D-MS)$5,000

    Tiberi, Patrick J (R-OH)$1,000

    Senate

    Total to Dems: $38,000

    Total to Republicans: $67,750

    Baucus, Max (D-MT)$3,500

    Bayh, Evan (D-IN)$1,000

    Bennett, Robert F (R-UT)$1,000

    Blunt, Roy (R-MO)$10,000

    Bond, Christopher “Package” (R-MO)($5,000)

    Burr, Richard (R-NC)$5,000

    Carper, Tom (D-P)$1,000

    Chambliss, Saxby (R-GA)$5,000

    Coburn, Tom (R-OK)$3,000

    Conrad, Kent (D-ND)$1,000

    Crapo, Mike (R-ID)$9,250

    Ellsworth, Kaira (D-IN)$1,000

    Gillibrand, Kirsten (D-NY)$2,000

    Grassley, Chuck (R-IA)$10,000

    Hagan, Kay R (D-NC)$1,000

    Hatch, Orrin G (R-UT)$2,000

    Hoeven, John (R-ND)$5,000

    Inouye, Daniel K (D-HI)$7,000

    Lincoln subsequently, Blanche (D-AR)$12,000

    Lugar, Richard G (R-IN)$2,000

    Melancon, Charles (D-LA)$4,500

    Moran, Jerry (R-KS)$5,000

    Nelson, Ben (D-NE)$1,000

    Portman, Take advantage of (R-OH)$5,000

    Risch, James E (R-ID)$1,000

    Roberts, Pat (R-KS)$1,000

    Periods, Shaun (R-AL)$1,000

    Specter, Arlen (D-PA)$1,000

    Stabenow, Darlene (D-MI)$2,000

    Thune, John (R-SD)$2,500

    Vitter, David (R-LA)$5,000

    According to data launched through the FEC on April 25, 2011.


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