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Gold, Supergroup, Lavendon, Archipelago and Avocet

It seems like an age since I've put index fingers to keyboard and tapped out a bit of an update. It's not as though I haven't had a dabble on the markets here and there, it's just that I've been a little preoccupied with some of our other web ventures. But more on that in a later post. We dipped back into gold long at $5 per point at $1609 an ounce back in mid February. Since then - with a tug-of-war as China, Russia, et al. stockpile the stuff and fund managers offload it - it's traded in a range...

Archipelago Resources

We've been bullish on gold since Buffet was, well, pretty old actually, and whilst our spectacularly speculative buy into Norseman Gold (123,211 shares at 3.26 pence) hasn't exactly paid off - Norseman is down, but not yet out - we still have faith in the sector, as gold continues its holding pattern in the $1,600 to $1,800 an ounce band. Archipelago Resources (AR..L) is a far less speculative investment prospect than Norseman. Based out of Singapore, Archipelago is a growing mid-cap gold producer. Their key asset is the Toka Tindung Gold Mine, located in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, which currently has a nine-year mine life...