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POSTED ON April 25, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

“OH, HOW BLESSED YOUNG MEN ARE WHO HAVE TO STRUGGLE FOR A FOUNDATION AND BEGINNING IN LIFE.” John D. Rockefeller “HE SAYS THE BEST WAY OUT IS THROUGH AND I AGREE TO THAT, OR IN SO FAR AS I CAN SEE NO WAY OUT BUT THROUGH.” Robert Frost “WHAT STANDS IN THE WAY BECOMES THE WAY.” Marcus Aurelius Source

POSTED ON March 19, 2014 BY Austin Williams

Spritz will change the world. This screen you’re “reading” is essentially just a digital stone tablet. Think about how far communication tech has advanced. From carrier pigeons carrying tiny notes, to fibre optic cables carrying zeros and ones. One thing has remained constant, acting as a bottleneck to the speed with which a literate human… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 15, 2014 BY Kevin Lee

Some are better at allocating the pie than others I am not personally a fan of most “How CEOs Succeed” books because: a) I’m not one and; b) most are pretentious self-serving ghost written cookie cutter full of tired clichés. However, to do CEO.CA justice, I thought it would be worthwhile to sing the praises of… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 31, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

By 1994, it was emerging that Alumbrera, our huge copper and gold project in Argentina, was shaping up to become a very large deposit. With the impending sale of our interests to a major mining company, I began to ponder our next venture. I asked John C. Thornton, noted geologist from Tucson, Arizona, where the… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 30, 2014 BY Kevin Lee

Today, one can’t turn on CNBC or Bloomberg without being slapped in the face with the latest episode of Japan’s Abenomics or China’s Great Leap to a Consumption Economy. No doubt, how these two Asian giants manage their economies will determine the fate for many countries in 2014 and beyond. To get a better grasp… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 22, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

After the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference on Monday evening, I somehow found myself in a conversation with mining, energy and movie mogul Frank Giustra and economist John Mauldin and I wanted to share a few of things that I learned listening to the two men discuss a wide range of topics. Giustra said he never had… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 08, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

“By the mid 70’s Elvis had come over his fear of flying and in 1977, just six weeks prior to his death, Elvis agreed to do another television special. At the time, he also received an award for Moody Blue. The following performance is testimony to not only the remarkable strength of Elvis’s voice, but… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 31, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

We speculators love love songs… And after visiting Nashville, Tenn. late last November, I have been enjoying exploring country music immensely. At the funeral service of country legend George Jones in May, 2013, Alan Jackson performed Jones’s hit single, He Stopped Loving Her Today, which is considered among the best country music songs. He Stopped Loving Her Today tells… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 23, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

HBO aired a beautiful tribute to the late actor James Gandolfini Sunday, Tribute to a Friend, which any Sopranos or Gandolfini fan must see. The documentary concluded to a poem by Dominic Chianese who played Uncle Junior Soprano in the famous series. “You can travel down the road, check on every vine, you can travel… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 27, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Rolling Stone reports that musician Lou Reed passed away earlier today in New York City at the age of 71 after receiving a liver transplant earlier this year. Introduced to us several years ago by our brother Adam Humphreys, Mr. Reed has been one of our most appreciated artists ever since. Here are some of… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 22, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Ron Paul, former U.S. Representative for Texas’ 14th and 22nd congressional districts and author of “The School Revolution – A New Answer for Our Broken Education System,” challenges and the status quo and Charlie Rose defends it in this 20 minute interview at Mr. Rose’s table. In the interview, Paul shares his definition of libertarianism:… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 22, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Here’s an interesting story from last week’s 60 Minutes on the medical marijuana industry in Colorado. Correspondent Steve Kroft visits with entrepreneurs and lawmakers within the booming bud business in the rocky mountain state, shining a light on the fact that although the citizens of Colorado clearly don’t have a problem with regulated marijuana, the federal government… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 13, 2013 BY Travis McPherson

A spectacular account of the ‘100-year financial crisis’ as told by the 74th United States Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Paulson.  The interview was done for the new Bloomberg documentary which will be on Netflix on Monday called ‘Hank: Five Years from the Brink’. Hank on the Unpopularity of TARP: “The way I read the… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 11, 2013 BY James Altucher

On June 3, I released “Choose Yourself!” and I put on the very first page an offer that has never been put in a book before. I offered to pay people back if they proved to me that they bought the book and if they can also prove that they read the book within the… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 22, 2013 BY James Altucher

An actual ghost came into our room while we were sleeping. It was the fourth night of our vacation. The ghost opened up the DVD player and closed it for about a half hour. First I kept dreaming about the noise. Finally we were both sort of half awake and we were like, “what is… Continue Reading

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