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As The Calandra Report's subscribers help GATA, they'll see more than gold
12:01p ET Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
While gold and silver seem to be in lockdown by the U.S. government this week, over at The Calandra Report our friend Thom Calandra is showing that companies in the environmental technology sector are making good gains. Indeed, The Calandra Report just made a big score with a Nevada-based mining company (symbol LODE) that is taking over a lithium-ion battery recycling company and moving into remediation of mercury pollution.
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It's an unusual combination but readers of The Calandra Report have found it a profitable one, and Calandra writes that his special discounted subscription offer for GATA supporters is still open.
His letter today also highlights one of his longtime favorite gold-exploration companies and a uranium explorer, both of whose shares are breaking out.
GATA supporters who take a year's subscription to The Calandra Report will enjoy a sharply discounted price -- $169 instead of the usual $229 -- with half their subscription fee being donated to GATA.
Thom's research and name-dropping reports have been on a winning streak for many months now. His analysis and recommendations spring from his contacts in throughout the mining exploration business: across Quebec, Nevada, the Yukon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Arizona, Ontario, Mexico, and Ecuador, among other far-flung places. He has similar contacts in the laboratory business.
If you check some of the sample reports posted in the clear at his internet site --
-- you'll see profitable names that were little known a year ago but are well-known now.
Thom never takes fees in exchange for coverage. He almost always owns shares of the companies he recommends in his letter. He takes pride in knowing the geologists and CEOs.
His letter also may be the lowest-cost mining analysis service. He conscientiously replies to all queries.
If you'd like to get some exciting stock recommendations in various sectors and to help GATA at the same time, your discount offer from The Calandra Report is waiting for you here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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