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November 09, 2009

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Probably much of this increase is due to the fact that gold prices rose so high during the economic downturn.

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I continue to look for opportunities both recommended and my own research. I have read much about the new minerals that will be needed in the new green revolution. I understand most are found in China and will be preserved in China. The current fear is lack of these new resources or cost to import. I have read a new company GGG:AX, exploration in Greenland. The appeal is the huge untapped resources, many mirroring those in China. With Denmark lifting its mineral rights as of 2010 and this company being lead by top officials in Greenland it appears this could be a great long play. I share and look forward to your potential article on this new speculative stock.

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Awesome picture, Alaska is one of my favorite places to go on vacation, the weather, the air, the landscapes are incredible.

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I have lived in Alaska and it was beautiful! I wonder if I could get gold for cheaper?

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