InZinc Mining (IZN)

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As recession risk looms, Kaiser sees gold more likely to hit $3,500 than $500

In his latest broadcast, John Kaiser from Kaiser Research Online makes the case that gold can breakout to $3,500. Speaking to Jim Goddard, the resource analyst suggests fundamental, technical and financial self preservation factors may come together to push gold higher. 

Kaiser: Insiders buying Serengeti Resources shares

In his November 14th Discovery Watch broadcast, John Kaiser reports that insiders have been buying Serengeti Resources (Mixed; SIR) stock in the public market after the stock started to tumble Tuesday. According to recent insider filings, that appears to be the case with four insiders buying a combined total of 564,000 shares between 25 and 35 cents on November 13th.

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