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by James Kwantes
The trajectory has been mostly down for mining stocks since gold topped out at US$1,900 an ounce in 2011. The bear market has been even grimmer for exploration companies, which are now competing with marijuana and blockchain plays for risk capital. The long downward slide is reflected in the underperformance of the TSX Venture Exchange, which has plummeted from 2,400 in February 2011 to about 600 today.

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Great Bear Resources Ltd. (GBR)
Subindustry: Junior natural resource -- Mining
On October 2, 2018, we highlighted strong net insider buying at Great Bear Resources (GBR) in our Morning INK Report. The stock has moved up 56.50% since the report date, and insiders have been net sellers of 100,000 shares. Visit the company page to see who has been active.
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New type of junior to emerge as a slow-motion societal implosion boosts gold

by Ted Dixon

In his latest Discovery Watch episode, John Kaiser of Kaiser Research Online has mixed feelings about giant gold mergers such as the Newmont (NEM*US) - Goldcorp (G) deal announced this week. In the short-term, he sees these mega companies being less likely to help out junior explorers. However, this is not all bad. Mr. Kaiser believes standalone well-financed juniors focused on discoveries can thrive until the big companies get back to chasing juniors, likely after the real price of gold advances over the next couple of years.