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Author, Andrew Sheldon

Global Mining Investing is a reference eBook to teach investors how to think and act as investors with a underlying theme of managing risk. The book touches on a huge amount of content which heavily relies on knowledge that can only be obtained through experience...The text was engaging, as I knew the valuable outcome was to be a better thinker and investor.

While some books (such as Coulson’s An Insider’s Guide to the Mining Sector) focus on one particular commodity this book (Global Mining Investing) attempts (and does well) to cover all types of mining and commodities.

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Sunday, September 07, 2008

Alumina Ltd (AWC.ASX) - good buy

The bulk materials like coal, iron ore, alumina have faired a lot better than the base metals like nickel, copper, lead and zinc, so one might consider Alumina Ltd (AWC.ASX) a good buy because its going to benefit from a weaker AUD, but its been dragged down by other commodity stocks. China does not have bauxite to my knowledge, so given the opportunity for Chinese (govt) owned corporations to launch takeovers, this might be expected to be a compelling takeover target. I'm a little outdated, but if you check Google Finance, I think you will find Rio Tinto and Alcoa each own a good portion of this corporation. The question is whether it would be up for sale. Interestingly Alcoa is helping the Chinese government block the BHP Billiton takeover of Rio Tinto, so maybe they are is a 'kickback' in terms of giving the Chinese a stake in Alumina.
You are going to see a lot more Chinese investment in the Australian resources sector. Its been on the cards for a long time. This slack market provides the perfect conditions for a takeover. This is the time to start learning how to pick mining stocks. Do you know the types of companies that the Chinese are going to buy? This stock is at technical support.
Andrew Sheldon

Mincor Resources (MCR.ASX) wait for $1.00 entry

The broader market I think is near its bottom, but since I have a fetish for mining stocks I wanted to draw these particular mining stocks to you. Mincor has been a great performer over the last few years. It has sunk considerably as a result of falling nickel prices. In this market it seems destined to fall to its support level of $1.00. Its well off that currently, so some patience is required. You might question why I think its going to get there. The reasons:
1. The broader market will strengthen
2. Commodity prices are going to weaken
3. Mincor is destined to release some poor profit results and projections based on the current weak prices.
These factors are destined to cause the worst possible sentiments towards the stock, thus providing the best possible conditions to buy. You just need to wait for the bottom. As you can see the stock has broken its $1.50 support. There is another support around $1.25, but I think this stock might be going down to $1.00 since that is the strongest support. This is a long term chart, so give it time. It might only got down to that level during intra-day trading, but such strong supports tend to be reached. It was of course once a fairly strong resistance.
Andrew Sheldon

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