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... comfort and love making, that we secretly shared between one another. All the time we were there, we could smell burning flesh; it was a horrible stench, a dreadful aroma, I suspect we'd soon get use to it.
The cells dawned iron hooks, rings, wrist locks, chainsaw hung from the ceilings, stocks sat in the corner of the room, and spikes hung from the dark surface of the dingy walls. I began to reminisce when we were free, (this helped me survive the torture). That first moment I saw her at the cottage end, she was so ravishing, my eyes were no longer my own. From that moment on, I... (more)
...opportunities is another matter entirely.
To quote James Kostohryz, one of the few investing ‘Gurus’ that I respect, “As a practical matter, a successful investment strategy for most individuals must place a primary emphasis on avoiding bear markets. This implies being willing to take profits during bull markets and leaving potentially illusory gains “on the table. By studiously avoiding bear markets, investors will be more financially and emotionally equipped to purchase stocks when the herd is selling, valuations are cheap and long-term expected returns are optimal.”(more)
...will they get the money?
Now, the foregoing is not to suggest that there will be no opportunities at all. In my view, attractive investments will emerge in environmental remediation, geothermal energy, waste management, recycling, and so forth. Whether there are any retail investors left to take advantage of these opportunities is another matter entirely. It is wise to remember that there is no ‘Stock Market’, only a market for stocks, and this only exists when there is liquidity; that is, someone to buy the security being offered, and an accepted means of exchange to do so.(more)
Investor opinion is divided on West Africa. On the one hand, it is a place of extraordinary mineral potential; on the other, it is a region with a high level of geopolitical risk. The March 22 coup by Mali’s military is only the latest example. But Peter Klipfel, President of Abzu Gold Ltd (TSXV:ABS), has reason to believe that Mali is the exception in the region and that neighbouring Ghana is both rich in minerals and politically secure.
“For the last 15 years now, Ghana has had a very stable government and parliamentary process,” Klipfel reports. “You have an emerging middle class... (more)
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