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Tickerscores Podcast: Sneak Preview of the Tickerscores Top 10 Report

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James Fraser from Tickerscores talks with Jeff Desjardins about the latest 50+ page Tickerscores Top 10 Report released last week. James reveals one pick and also details why certain companies were chosen. The two also talk about the Osisko saga, medical marijuana frenzy, and being a contrarian.

Also, for a limited time, get a full access 3 month Tickerscores subscription (including access to the report) for only $90.

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Key Metrics Before You Invest: ‘Skin in the Game’ and ‘Smart Money’

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Key Metrics Before You Invest: ‘Skin in the Game’ and ‘Smart Money’

When searching for opportunities in the junior sector, we like the focus to be on quantitative and empirical data. Sure, everyone likes a good anecdote about geologists kicking over rocks in the middle of nowhere, but the truth is nothing makes us happier than cold, hard numbers.

The most difficult aspect of a company to quantify is the management team. In a previous article, we highlighted one measure that we use called the General and Administrative Expense Ratio (G&A) which ...

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2014 Junior Mining Forecast with Top Analyst Picks

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2014 Junior Mining Forecast with Top Analyst Picks

In the following article, we offer our forecast for 2014 including five stock picks from each of our analysts. Compare 400+ precious metals stocks with a Free 14-day Trial to Tickerscores.com.

2014 Venture Forecast

The TSX-V will be a stock picker’s market in 2014. In this environment, investors should stay cautious and the focus should remain on companies with strong balance sheets, top tier management teams, and projects in safe jurisdictions.

Financings were down 37% in 2013 and we anticipate that many ...

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Silver Lining: Our Top 3 Companies at the Silver Summit

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Rightfully, many investors in the junior sector look at stock recommendations from analysts or experts with a great degree of skepticism. The junior sector is small and there are always potential conflicts of interest evident in these types of recommendations. For example, sell-side analysts may cover a company for which their firm also provides investment banking services. Alternatively, analysts may also be promoting only the stocks in which they own a position.

I have always been similarly skeptical when reading analyst ...

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Head-to-Head Analysis of 11 Junior Silver Producers in Mexico

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Earlier this week, we published a head-to-head comparison of the six junior and mid-tier gold producers in Mexico. However, today’s look at primary silver producers is perhaps even more interesting.

Silver’s added volatility means that silver miners have felt the pinch even more than their gold producer brethren. In 2013 alone, the price of silver has had an amazing range between $18 and $32. This means production costs, economics, discipline, and flexibility are key.

We have conducted a thorough analysis of the junior ...

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Head-to-Head Analysis of Six Mexico Gold Producers

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After conducting a thorough analysis of all junior and mid-tier gold producers in Mexico, we have come to the conclusion that there are a handful of opportunities to be found in the jurisdiction that have high potential to return value to shareholders.

For this analysis, we used Tickerscores, our independent, empirical, and universal scoring system for precious metals stocks.  Full analysis methodology can be seen at the bottom of this page or using this link.

Score Distribution for Mexico Gold Juniors ...

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Visual Capitalist Launches Scoring System To Compare Precious Metals Stocks

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Dynamic system uses data visualization to compare 20+ variables for hundreds of gold and silver juniors head-to-head.

Vancouver, BC — (SEPT. 3, 2013) – Visual Capitalist has launched a new subscription service for precious metals investors that allows for independent analysis and direct comparison of stocks on the TSX and TSX-V. Using a universal scoring system comprised of 20+ company metrics, Visual Capitalist’s “Tickerscores” tabulates a score for each company and compares them via jurisdiction and project stage.

“With more than a thousand gold ...

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