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Tembo Gold

We would like to draw your attention to Tembo Gold (TEM.V), a new exploration company with an interesting project next to African Barrick’s (LON:ABG) Bulyanhulu mine in Tanzania. Tembo should start trading on the Venture exchange next Monday. The IPO-price has been set at C$1.00, giving it a market cap […]

Energizer Resources – Profit Taking‏

After an excellent update on the Vanadium-Graphite project in Madagascar where Energizer Resources (EGZ.TO) released an intercept of 61 meters of almost 7.5% Carbon, we are taking some profits off the table here. The company currently has a bid of C$0.29, and we are looking to sell 25% of our […]

Report: Mining Top 2012

Report: Mining Top 2012

The Caesars Report Mining Top for 2012 only contains mining stocks we believe will perform better than their peers this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.

Report: Mining Top 2011 – Roundup

Report: Mining Top 2011 – Roundup

2011 was an extremely disappointing year, as the Mining Top 25 closed with a return of -22.215%, underperforming the S&P by 18.89%, but outperforming the TSX Venture by 15.72%. We obviously expected a much better return, especially from our number 1-pick Empire Mining.

Timmins Gold Corp. - Ore from Primary Crusher Going to Secondary and Tertiary Crushers

Update

We are currently finalizing our roundup of the Mining Top 25 for 2011, which will be sent out later this week. The Mining Top 20 for 2012 should be released by the end of this month. Goldgroup Mining (GGA.TO) released an updated resource estimate on the San José de Gracia-project […]

Empire Mining – Update

Empire Mining (EPC.V) just announced they are placing the Bulqiza Chromite project on Care and Maintenance, after the newly issued exploration licenses contain material omissions regarding the size and coordinates of the project. It is possible this situation could be rectified quickly, but as Empire points out they experienced bureaucratic delays […]

American Manganese Inc.

American Manganese Inc.

Manganese is a critical metal to the steel industry, knowing that it has no satisfactory substitute in its major applications. Although rather unknown to the bigger public, manganese is the fourth most used metal after Iron, Aluminum and Copper, and has no domestic production in the USA.