The Caesars Report Mining Top 25 for 2011 is composed entirely out of mining shares we believe will be the best performing stocks in their sector this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.
2010 was a good year to be in mining stocks. Our Mining Top for 2010 ended the year at +45.73%, outperforming the S&P index by +33.03%. It’s now time to give you our opinion about the stocks we recommended a year ago.
On November 4th we released a report on Empire Mining Corp. We were invited by the company to visit their chromite project in Albania, and accepted their offer. Sign up to receive our exclusive follow-up report on Empire Mining.
The following pictures were taken at the site visit to Empire Mining’s Bulqiza-Batra project in Albania during October 2010.
The Bulqiza-project was a major producer of chromite, before the collapse of communism in the early nineties. Chromium is essential in the production of stainless steel. No chromium simply means no stainless steel.
Churchill Mining moved up sharply last week, on reports they might be in talks with NTPC regarding a possible deal on the East Kutai Coal Project, Churchill’s flagship.
Apollo Gold Corp. and Linear Gold Corp. are ready to merge their respective businesses to create a new mid-tier gold player listed in Toronto and New York, Brigus Gold Corp.
We are happy to once again present three promising junior miners. We had a short interview with François Perron, the CEO of Golden Goose. Wildcat has an increadible resource estimate, while Woulfe is valuated rediculously low by the market.
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.
We have picked our top 25 mining stocks and put them in a great list! Many of these stocks have already performed great. To track our performance go to our accompanying portfolio.