Comanus Rising Podcast – August 28, 2016

In this episode of the Comanus Rising podcast we talk about the week in gold and gold stocks, we talk about the slam down in the gold stocks on Wednesday and the FED yapping this week, we highlight the Wesdome WDO Kiena discovery and a few companies (one in particular) that may receive attention as a result, then we talk about news from the junior sector this week including: GTA Resources GTA, Azarga Metals AZR, Atac Resources ATC, Orezone Gold ORE, AM Gold AMG, Nexgen Energy NXE, Taku Gold TAK, Troymet Exploration TYE, Rusoro Mining RML, New Carolin Gold, LAD, Erdene Resource Development ERD, Teuton Resources TUO, and Nevada Exploration NGE. We talk gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, and uranium.

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4 thoughts on “Comanus Rising Podcast – August 28, 2016”

  1. Just discovered you. I think you do a very good job. Love your commentary. I am your typical shoulda, woulda, coulda trader that badly needs a double by Thanksgiving. I will continue to moniter you. I am thinking about NRN. Even hitting 50% in 2 days on KNX would be a treat.

    I welcome any comments. You appear experienced, but more so sincere.

    From Atlanta, Ga.

  2. Hi Dave,

    I’m more of a mid-long-term holder so trying to suggest a stock for gains by Thanksgiving is difficult for me. All of these stocks are speculations and even my best stocks can lose 30% even in this bull market. Keep listening and maybe you’ll find an idea to research. I don’t recommend stocks – I just get people started and then it’s up to them. Thanks again for listening.

  3. Hi Vince,

    I was wondering if you had any thoughts on Manitou Gold (MTU), other than they’re cash poor? Based on their presentation it seems the properties have promise.

    Also, Wolfden Resources (WLF) and Moneta Porcupine Mines (ME)? For WLF these guys have a great history (I’m sure you know) and ME it seems to be all speculative on the land position, which does look great.



  4. Hi Chris,

    On ME, Brent Cook is not a fan of the project and I would defer to him. I used to follow MTU – they pulled a 55,000 g/t gold hole (small width) years ago that got the market excited but couldn’t get any follow-on results. I need to relook at them. Allan Barry Loubecan follows WLF so you should ask him about the potential – I personally don’t care for the project (too small right now). Thanks for taking the time to check in!

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