Mining is fueled by investors and the lure of the next lucky strike. Here are some of the investment writers we like to follow, subscriber-based newsletter writers, as well as bloggers, speakers and news publications.
The list is a personal selection. Any such list is subjective depending upon the investment advice offered and the personal appeal of the writer.
Tell us who you like to follow by leaving a comment below or writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And remember the advice of the grizzled prospector, Howard, in the movie classic the Treasure of the Sierra Madre on how the mining industry actually works:
“A thousand men, say, go searchin’ for gold. After six months, one of them’s lucky: one out of a thousand. His find represents not only his own labor, but that of nine hundred and ninety-nine others to boot. That’s six thousand months, five hundred years, scramblin’ over a mountain, goin’ hungry and thirsty.
An ounce of gold, mister, is worth what it is because of the human labor that went into the findin’ and the gettin’ of it.”
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