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Looking at the graphs for these companies, the sector has been

in a general bear market for a couple of years. Over the last

week I've seen very many at last make decisive moves out of their

gradual downtrend, following HUI.

Look at the figures here:

http://www.golddrivers.com/Juniors/juniorpageweekly.htm

You'll see of 350 around half were up more than 5% on the week,

with 59 of them up 20% or more.

Here's a nice discussion on juniors from May:

http://www.golddrivers.com/gold&Investment.htm

I think there's a lot of money to be made by jumping early on the

juniors that have just started breakouts. Having read around,

these type of companies seem to historically lag the HUI companies by a short period on breakouts.

It's all hinged on gold remaining high of course. I'm fairly comfortable that that is probable for the near future given

Chinese diversification, bird flu threat, oil price, new fed chairman,

situation in Iran (nuclear developments, oil exchange), shrinking

gold supply, US deficits, M3 concealment, M3 supply etc etc (etc).

Disclosure: I already have 20% of capital in this type of company

and am considering more. Not sure this chance will come along

again in my lifetime (if it pans out!). However, these

companies are highly risky, so I'm maintaining around 15 minimum

at any one time.

Pent

p.s. this is not investment advice, do your own research etc etc

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The guys at financialsense.com advocate in a similar fashion, i.e. the gold juniors are the most likely to give a high yield this year - so far they haven't followed the recent surge in gold prices.

Thanks for the link btw. I'd rather prefer to expose myself to the juniors via a fund as opposed to picking stocks myself. Is there one?

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The guys at financialsense.com advocate in a similar fashion, i.e. the gold juniors are the most likely to give a high yield this year - so far they haven't followed the recent surge in gold prices.

Thanks for the link btw. I'd rather prefer to expose myself to the juniors via a fund as opposed to picking stocks myself. Is there one?

It seems there is. Thanks to DrBubb once again.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...showtopic=19249

Resources Investment Trust REI.L

I don't know whether this has been asked before (if so, please forgive me):

A] How do you buy/invest?

B] Can you invest via an ISA?

Thanks in advance.

Edited by Plastic Elastic

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Can anyone tell me: what is the difference between REI and REI.L?

I am only getting the former when searching for Resources Investment Trust.

And what price is it going for at the moment?

Thanks.

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Can anyone tell me: what is the difference between REI and REI.L?

I am only getting the former when searching for Resources Investment Trust.

And what price is it going for at the moment?

Thanks.

I'm only getting this one. Don't know the difference between the two either. Entered UK:REI at BigCharts

Chart looks good though.

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Checked various websites as to the purchase of this fund.

More info on REI

Did not find it on FundsNetwork.

Neither did I find it on Hargreaves and Lansdown. They seem to be reasonably priced with regards to ISAs but it's no good if the fund isn't there.

Found some more data on Hemscott.

Hoodless Brennan list it (REI). However, they charge £50 p.a. management fee for an ISA plus £7/£15 commission per transaction (in/out if I understand this correctly).

Can anyone who holds this fund shed any more light on this? How did they purchase it? Do they hold it as an ISA?

Thanks.

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Checked various websites as to the purchase of this fund.

More info on REI

Did not find it on FundsNetwork.

Neither did I find it on Hargreaves and Lansdown. They seem to be reasonably priced with regards to ISAs but it's no good if the fund isn't there.

Found some more data on Hemscott.

Hoodless Brennan list it (REI). However, they charge �50 p.a. management fee for an ISA plus �7/�15 commission per transaction (in/out if I understand this correctly).

Can anyone who holds this fund shed any more light on this? How did they purchase it? Do they hold it as an ISA?

Thanks.

REI is the one. The .L just means it's based in London. I have been advised to wait for a pullback before getting in though. It's currently at 163p, I think, or around there.

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