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Osino Resources’ Twin Hills Gold Project Now Over 3M Ounces with CEO Heye Daun (PFS Next Month)

from Mining Stock Education

Heye Daun joins MSE to discuss Osino Resources’ (TSXV:OSI  –  OTC:OSIIF  –  FSE:R2R1) recently-announced increased mineral resource of over 3M AuOz for its Twin Hills Gold Project in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The mineral resource was estimated from approximately 212,184m of diamond core and reverse circulation drilling. Drill collars were generally spaced at 35m x 35m on surface and inclined at 60°, resulting in an effective data spacing of 35m laterally and 30m on section lines.

A specific area of the Twin Hills Central resource, measuring 100m along strike and 50m across strike, was drilled at a closer spacing of 12.5m x 12.5m. This drilling was done as an orientation study to investigate the short-range variability of the deposit and possible implications on future grade control drilling configurations. In addition, the drilling provided insight into requirements for upgrading Indicated mineral resources to Measured.

Heye Daun, Osino’s President & CEO commented: “We are very pleased with the results of this updated mineral resource model which is going from strength to strength. We managed to add significant higher-grade ounces and converted almost all the previously classified Inferred resources to Indicated or Measured status. At an elevated cut-off grade of 0.9 g/t we now have more than 2moz at 1.46 g/t in the Measured & Indicated category and even at a lower cut-off of 0.3 g/t the average grade of the Measured & Indicated portion of the mineral resource increased to 1.08g/t. This has been achieved through a combination of more discrete resource modelling but also the addition of higher-grade material which was drilled over the last few months. Most of the resource growth came from Twin Hills West, but two new emerging zones of mineralization at Clouds West and Twin Hills North also contributed additional resource ounces. We expect the extra ounces and grade to make a meaningful difference to the overall project economics in the upcoming PFS and we are very excited about publishing the results of that PFS in early September.”

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Don’t Fall in Love With Bear Market Rallies with Simon Ree

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

Why are the next five years going to be different from the last five years on Wall Street? During the last five years, it was easy to make money, but Simon Ree thinks that the next five years (2022-2027) are going to be a lot different. According to Simon, the Fed has two options—which will either result in the stunting of economic growth or a repeat of the 1970s. His advice to people is to maintain a growth mindset, determining how and when to expose money to risk. Use the link below to check out Simon’s book on options trading, and tune in to this episode to hear some amazing market advice from Simon.

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Sound Passive Real Estate Investing with Pranay Parikh

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

Many people go into one career but feel unfulfilled, and go on to find their calling in a different profession. This was the case for Pranay Parikh, who was once strictly involved in the medical field and decided to expand his career to real estate. He addresses how this dual career allows you to shape your medical profession in the way that you want—making passive money through real estate to avoid overworking yourself. Pranay has an equity group devoted to helping physicians earn passive income, so be sure to listen to this episode and check out his website to find out how you can get involved.

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Junior Miners Down But Not Out with Dudley Baker

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

The markets are at the mercy of the federal reserve right now. What do you do about it? Dudley Baker has been through many downturns and bull markets, and gives his take on the volatility in the markets. The mining sector has taken some hits, and many investors have endured losses because of this. Dudley is confident, however, that the mining sector will take off in the near future. This is not a sector where you can get in and out; rather, it’s going to require patience and a lot of focus on its movements. Tune in to hear more insight from Dudley.

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Lowest Cost Way to Invest in Real Estate with Grace Mills

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

If you’re wondering how exactly to get into real estate, you may want to consider the world of wholesaling. I sit down and chat with Grace Mills, who has coached over 300 people on making profits in wholesale real estate. To get into this area of real estate, it’s important to take inventory of your current resources and understanding, and decide what your overall goal is. She also talks about different marketing methods—especially the ones that are overlooked—and which ones can be the most effective. Tune in to hear more of Grace’s knowledge on wholesale real estate.

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Why is This Recession Different Than All the Others? with John Rubino

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

When is a recession not a recession? This seems to be our current positions as people try to redefine what a recession is, and John Rubino discusses this with me in this episode. A recession has always been two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth—which we’ve been seeing. The government is reluctant to call our current circumstance a recession, and people are being accused of spreading misinformation. Deeper analyses show that we are not where the government says we are economically, and we must consider many pieces of data to assess our current situation. Tune in to hear more of John’s perspective.

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Oil Under $100 with Nick Santiago (Ep #414)

from Daily Market Wisdom with Nick Santiago

For more than 20 years, Master Trader Nick Santiago has been beating the markets. He’s made some incredible calls along the way and now he’s looking to spread the word. There’s no reason that the average trader should be coming up short. So now we’ve started a daily show to bring you up to date on the latest market developments. Nick will be sharing trades and concepts and discussing current trends.


1. This is another big week of earnings. Last week, the mega-cap tech names reported and the market rallied on the back of them despite most of the number being weak. This is what happens when expectations are so low. This week we have over 130 S&P 500 companies reporting so it should be important.

2. This is the first day of August. Often, money will come into the market to start the month. Today, markets are stalling after the big rally that we saw last week. This market is getting overbought at this time.

3. Oil is selling off today along with most of the leading energy stocks. I think oil is in correction mode here, but any decline into the low $80.00 range is a buying opportunity. This may not get down there tomorrow, but traders should keep this level on their radar.

4. Gold is slightly higher this morning, but nothing earth shattering.

5. Bitcoin is trading down by 2% to 23,500. It tried to make a move last week, but has retreated today.

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Recession Ahead with Dee Carter

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

The Fed rate hike is expected shortly, and we’re anticipating and increase of 75-100 basis points. How much of an impact will this have on you and your retirement? I chat with Dee Carter, the President of Carter Financial Group, and he shares his knowledge on what is coming in terms of rate increases and the recession we’re experiencing. The most important thing to do right now is put your money in a place where you can take advantage of the downside when the market moves back up again. Listen in for more tips on how to prepare for the future.

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FPX Nickel Strategically Poised to Meet Coming EV Nickel Shortage with CEO Martin Turenne

from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network

We were joined by FPX Nickel’s CEO Martin Turenne for a much awaited sponsor update. A major paradigm shift has taken place in the battery metal space. Automakers around the globe have been in a state of near panic, racing to line up reliable and “friendly” sources of copper, lithium, nickel and other metals required to produce electric vehicles. As Martin said, “… talking about the global supply chain, the demand of auto makers, now we’ve seen a race. … All of these companies are snapping up or attempting to snap up supplies of crucial metals, because … if they don’t get these metals it’s game over, [due to] the shift to EVs.” If they don’t secure supplies, they won’t survive.

March 2022 witnessed a major nickel short-squeeze took place, with prices jumping 5-fold in just 48 hours. Now it has settled back into the $9-10 per pound level, a level at which FPX will see high profits and substantial cash-flow. However, Martin believes that nickel prices will continue to increase, as there is just not enough supply to satisfy the burgeoning EV demand.

FPX is uniquely situated to profit from these trends. Its Baptiste and Van projects are some of the largest undeveloped sources of nickel on the planet. Due to their composition, these deposits are environmentally friendly, thus they’re able to forgo the costly/polluting smelting process.

Martin hinted that outside interest in the company’s projects is high and he will provide more information at the appropriate time. But one thing is for certain, nickel is essential to global adoption of EV’s and its future demand insures higher prices and the need to increase production at rates far higher than today’s levels.

This leaves FPX Nickel in an extremely advantageous position with the likelihood of extraordinary returns to shareholders.

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FBI Had Mole Inside Mar-A-Lago: Report

from Zero Hedge

The Trumps have revealed more about Monday’s FBI raid of their Mar-a-Lago property.

For starters, Eric Trump told the Daily Mail that “the 30 agents who arrived at the property asked staff to turn security cameras off – and to kick their lawyer off the property, but they refused.”

“They told our lawyer… you have to leave the property right now. Turn off all security cameras.”

Eric also said “They would not give her the search warrant,” adding “So they showed it to her from about 10 feet away. They would not give her a copy of the search warrant.”

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Services Inflation Worst Since 1982, Food Inflation Worst Since 1979, Housing CPI Heats Up. Energy Prices Plunge, Some Durable Goods Drop: Inflation Whack a Mole

by Wolf Richter
Wolf Street

Inflation in services is now where the action is, not commodities or durable goods.

Inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index backed off a tad in July to a still ugly 8.5%, from the super-ugly 9.1% in June, as food prices continued to spike, but gasoline and natural gas prices fell sharply, and prices of durable goods backed off their crazy spike.

But inflation in services rose to 6.25%, the highest since 1982. The CPI for services is still below overall CPI and is still pulling down overall CPI. But it has been getting worse every month for 11 months, and as other price spikes back off, the services CPI pushes to the forefront. That’s how inflation works after it’s entrenched: it cycles from category to category and pops up in different places, while backing off for a while in other places.

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Roe Haunts from Its Grave

by Andrew P. Napolitano

The Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs opinion, reversing the court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade opinion, which unleashed 64 million abortions in the United States, is based on the principles of popular democracy and federalism. In a popular democracy, the majority of voters determine all laws either directly or through popularly elected representatives. Under federalism, the states have retained the areas of governance that they did not cede to the federal government such as health, safety, welfare and morality.

Viewing abortion as a criminal matter, which is how it was viewed in 1791 and 1868, the Dobbs court corrected the Roe court. The year 1791 is relevant to the Dobbs opinion as that was when the Fifth Amendment was ratified. It requires, among other provisions, that the federal government shall not deny life, liberty or property without due process of law.

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The Price of Eggs is Up 47 Percent as Food Costs in the U.S. Spiral Out of Control

by Michael Snyder
The Economic Collapse Blog

Now they are trying to convince us that dramatically higher prices are good news. Are you kidding me? Our standard of living is being systematically destroyed, and more Americans are falling out of the middle class with each passing day. The government just announced that in July the consumer price index was 8.5 percent higher than it was the previous July. Of course many have challenged the value of the inflation numbers that the government is giving us because the way inflation is calculated has been changed many times over the years. As John Williams of shadowstats.com has pointed out, if the rate of inflation was still calculated the way that it was back in 1980 it would be far higher than anything that we experienced during the Jimmy Carter era of the 1970s. You can spin that any way that you want, but it is still a raging national crisis.

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A Most Peculiar Recession

by Charles Hugh Smith
Of Two Minds

So what are conventional pundits missing today? I would start with three dynamics.

Only old people experienced real recessions–those in 1973-74 and 1980-82. Recessions since then have been shorter and less systemic.

In the good old days, a recession laid waste to entire industries which never recovered their previous employment. People who were laid off couldn’t find another job. Major sectors of the economy dried up and blew away. Jobs were scarce and there was an oversupply of people looking for work.

We’re told consumer confidence is in the dumps and everyone expects the worst: recession! Oh Lordy. Interestingly, there isn’t much evidence of this near-panic behaviorally. Everyone’s tightening their belts and battening down the hatches, but it’s not the cliff-dive we see in a real recession.

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The Apple Credit Card Provided Through Goldman Sachs Has Created a Living Hell According to Consumer Complaints

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens
Wall Street on Parade

On August 4, Goldman Sachs provided the following disclosure when it filed its quarterly report (10-Q) with the Securities and Exchange Commission:

“The firm is cooperating with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in connection with an investigation of GS Bank USA’s credit card account management practices, including with respect to the application of refunds, crediting of nonconforming payments, billing error resolution, advertisements, and reporting to credit bureaus.”

That bland statement doesn’t really do justice to the hundreds of complaints filed with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) by consumers using the Apple credit card that is provided by Goldman Sachs. The Apple credit card holders are alleging being put through a living hell by Goldman Sachs when fraudulent charges are made on their Apple credit card and a host of other problems.

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ROFL! Market Stupidity On Display

by Karl Denninger

I have to laugh at this one.

The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) was unchanged in July on a seasonally adjusted basis after rising 1.3 percent in June, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over the last 12 months, the all items index increased 8.5 percent before seasonal adjustment.

The futures skyrocketed on this, and the TNX (10 year Treasury yield) dumped by over 4%. The dollar was down hard and everything related to it was up (as it will be, priced in dollars of course.)

But inside the report, if you can be bothered with more than an Instragram level of attention, was this:

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Donald Trump Pleads the 5th After Years of Saying Only Guilty People Do That

The former president may be a hypocrite, but at least he knows his own rights.

by Joe Lancaster

New York Attorney General Letitia James has investigated former President Donald Trump and his real-estate business for over a year. The probe, conducted in conjunction with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, began as a civil investigation before James announced last May that it had become criminal.

Today, Trump was forced to sit for a deposition at James’ Manhattan office. In a statement, he indicated that he had “declined to answer the questions,” invoking his Fifth Amendment right not to be forced to incriminate oneself.

The invocation marked a notable break from Trump’s previous thoughts on taking the Fifth, most notably during the 2016 campaign: During a presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, he called it “disgraceful” that members of her staff had refused to testify before congressional committees investigating Clinton’s use of a private email server. Days later, he told a rally crowd, “The mob takes the Fifth. If you’re innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment?”

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Mar-a-Lago Should Become a Byword for Government Overreach

by Charles Ortel
American Thinker

In the spectacle playing out in Palm Beach, Florida, where armed thugs wearing FBI jackets stormed the residence of former President Trump and his family, ostensibly in search of classified materials stored there, ordinary people see clearly how far a once great nation has already sunk down into the gutter—republic meet banana and forget about rule of law.

Leaving aside valid questions about whether the materials in question were classified or declassified, the raid on Mar-a-Lago is certainly not justified, as Donald Trump and his legal advisors seem to have been cooperating with the National Archives to ensure that Presidential Records remained under federal government control, starkly in contrast with how the Clinton family has handled such records over decades.

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Judge Who Signed Off On FBI Raid Made Anti-Trump Posts

Shared content about ‘white privilege’.

by Paul Joseph Watson
Summit News

The judge who likely signed the warrant authorizing the raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar A Lago estate previously made anti-Trump social media posts and shared content about ‘white privilege’.

Because of course he did.

Yesterday, it was revealed that Judge Bruce Reinhart had previously represented employees of convicted pedophile and sex trafficker for the elite Jeffrey Epstein.

Reinhart also donated to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and gave money to political opponents of Donald Trump during the 2016 election, including Jeb Bush.

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IRS Pulls Job Post Detailing How New Accounting Agents May Use ‘Deadly Force’ After Backlash

Comes as Biden admin passes bill earmarking $80 billion for tax agency and adding 87,000 new enforcers to target Middle America.

by Jamie White
Info Wars

The Internal Revenue Service just deleted a job posting page from its website detailing duties for prospective new agents, including using “deadly force if necessary” during tax audits.

The job description states:

As a Special Agent you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. Special Agents are duly sworn law enforcement officers who are trained to “follow the money.” No matter what the source, all income earned, both legal and illegal, has the potential of becoming involved in crimes which fall within the investigative jurisdiction of the IRS Criminal Investigation. Because of the expertise required to conduct these complex financial investigations, IRS Special Agents are considered the premier financial investigators for the Federal government.

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Almost 1 in 6 Fully Vaccinated Americans Now Suffer From Serious Health Problems

by Mac Slavo

The continual concerns about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 “vaccines” are not letting up. Now, according to a recent survey, almost 1 in 6 fully vaccinated Americans are suffering from serious health problems.

John Zogby Strategies conducted a survey revealing that upwards of 15 percent of all American adults who got “vaccinated” for COVID-19 now suffer from at least one serious health condition. The survey was commissioned by Children’s Health Defense (CHD) with a goal to assess the attitudes and overall health of American adults, many of whom fell for the Operation Warp Speed scam and are now paying the price for it.

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Sleeping in the American Dream, Awakening in Nightmerica?

by Jeff Berwick
Dollar Vigilante

George Harrison wrote Taxman after he discovered how much of The Beatles’ earnings went straight to the Treasury, it goes something like this:

I’ll tax the street, (and) if you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat. If you get too cold, I’ll tax the heat, if you take a walk, I’ll tax your feet, ’cause I’m the taxman. Don’t ask me what I want it for, if you don’t want to pay some more, ’cause I’m the taxman. Now my advice for those who die, declare the pennies on your eyes, ’cause I’m the taxman, yeah, I’m the taxman. And you’re working for no one but me.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…

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