Hunting Season:

From the HRA Journal Issue 257,
September 6, 2016

Ok, Happy now?

All you traders that were wringing your hands and calling tops for the sector since PDAC finally got a correction to call your own.  It wasn’t much of one.  I don’t think I’d get it framed or bronzed, but it’s yours.  You can all relax now in the knowledge that you won’t be the one buying the top. That top, at least.



Bait and Switch:

From the HRA Journal Issue 258,
September 28, 2016​

We didn’t have nearly the excitement I was hoping for during September. A few companies got big reactions to their drill results but they were negative more often than positive. Reporting also wasn't as quick as I’d hoped in many cases. The silver lining there is that we are still holding a number of lottery tickets and waiting to see if our numbers will come up.



Legends of the Fall

From the HRA Journal Issue 256,
August 16, 2016

New highs for New York and even more new highs across the junior resource space.  We haven't gotten to September yet and we already seem to be staring the Autumn lift off.  It’s nice to be in the sector the rest of the market is jealous of for a change.



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