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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Latest Developments...

I'm back on Monster Radio plus I have launched my own internet radio program that I call "The Big Finale with Bruce Collins". I have some great guests lined up and I hope you can join the fun.....

You can access The Big Finale on Friday Nights....

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

No more Monster Radio for me...

It was fun while it lasted for the six months that I appeared sporadically on Monster Radio as the 'book reviewer'. I hope the show does well even in my absence.

It's another thing I can say that I did in my lifetime. It was fun.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Stock of the week

Yamana Gold Mining has done tremendously as of late. I recommended this stock at $3.12, it is now at $7.40.

It will be a great stock for a long time to come!

The Mining tragedy and my ancestors

That mining incident was a tragedy last night. I don't know how they could have miscommunicated the information about their deaths! I can only imagine that the families must be going thru a considerable amount of pain.

The surviving miner was sent to the hospital that was dedicated to my late Uncle (actually my aunt donated $8 million about twenty years ago to build it). JW Ruby was the owner of Ruby Enterprises and one of his companies was Sterling Faucets (which are still sold at Sears) until the early 70's when he sold the company to Rockwell International.

He also owned race horses, Alpine Lake Resort in West Virginia, he raised chickens (actually, he used to raise chickens in large caves that had something to do with temperature).

Sterling originally just produced ball bearings in the early 20th Century thru the first World War.

I was going to write a book about him a long time ago and uncovered a lot of corruption. So, I decided to leave the dead alone. Still, it would be a great story.

"The sole survivor, Randal McCloy, 27, was in critical condition in intensive care Wednesday at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown."

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

2006 is here...

What has surprised the 'experts' is the strength of the gold stocks in light of a gold pullback.

Guess what? the pullback may be over. Gold and silver are up today quite nicely.

I recommended Yamana back when it was $2.88 a share, today it is almost $7.

This is only the beginning. 2006 may be shaping up to be the year that gold investing becomes a serious consideration once again. Already, I've noticed several gold articles popping up this week in the mainstream press.

A few years from now, it's possibly going to become a huge bubble (as housing has been), then it will be time to sell.

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