Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Fastin Supplement Store Announces New Product Offering - Fastin Rapid Release Tabs

Scottsdale, AZ, December 16, 2014

Fastin Supplement Store, located in Scottsdale, Arizona announced today that they are now carrying Fastin Rapid Release Tabs and they are currently in stock and available for sale on their website

Fastin Supplement Store specializes in the retail distribution of the extremely popular diet and energy pills under the trade name Fastin®.

Fastin Rapid Release caplets are the newest offering from Fastin Supplement Store. They are different than Fastin tablets and Fastin XR capsules.

fastin rapid release tablets 45 count bottle Hi Tech Pharma


Fastin Rapid Release caplets are red in color and come in a 45 count bottle. Fastin is manufactured by Hi Tech Pharmaceuticals in Atlanta, GA.

For more information regarding Fastin, Fastin XR and Fastin Rapid Release, please visit the online store of Fastin Supplement at www.FastinSupplement.com.






Friday, December 5, 2014

Tanzanian Royalty Explortation Stock Hit Hard Following Seeking Alpha Article

On November 30, 2014, the website called Seeking Alpha published an article titled "Playing Mine Games, Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Is About To Fold". You can read the article here.

This article is written by an author with a pen name of James Emerson, CFA. Whether or not this is a real person or not I am not sure. The title of the article is quite blunt regarding the outlook for Tanzanian Royalty Exploration's future prospects as in, there are no future prospects for the company since it is about to fold.

The summary of the main points of the article are as follows:

Summary

- Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation has only C$1.8 million of cash remaining on the balance sheet.

- The company missed the target date for commissioning the Buckreef Mine, triggering a penalty payment to the JV partner.

- TRX did not make the required penalty payment, and may be in default of its obligations under the Joint Venture agreement governing the company's primary asset.

 - Ernst & Young LLP highlights the existence of a material uncertainty that raises substantial doubt as to TRX's ability to continue as a going concern.

This article is not the first written by this author about Tanzanian Royalty Exploration. Previous articles on the same web site,  Seeking Alpha, have had a similar theme to them.

In fact, Tanzanian Royalty Exploration and James Sinclair publicly refuted one of these articles back on Jun/10/2011, and you can read the press release here.

So the question is, who is right? Who is legitimate? Is it this unknown author on this interesting web site writing hit pieces from behind the keyboard of his computer somewhere? Or, is it Jim Sinclair, a wealthy and well known gold guru who is running the public company and will even answer his phone and talk to you about any questions you might have?

If I was a betting man, I would be on Jim Sinclair and not trust what you read coming from an unknown source, just like me.

You can learn more about Tanzanian Royalty Exploration by visiting the web site http://www.tanzanianroyalty.com.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Did Gold Really React To FOMC Statement Today?

The Federal Reserve came out with their FOMC statement today and the mainstream media immediately spun it as "hawkish" and "bullish" for the U.S. Federal Reserve Note (aka the "Dollar").

Immediately, Gold and Silver were taken out to the woodshed and beaten up to reflect the strong dollar and negative gold and silver impact of the Federal Reserve actions.

But this is not the first time that gold has reacted negatively to the Federal Reserve statements. In fact, it almost always happens this way. You see, the Federal Reserve never let's gold rise on a day when they are speaking or making an announcement or releasing information.

You can almost be certain that anytime the Fed chairman speaks or information is released by the Federal Reserve, that gold and silver will get hammered. This is a policy, not an open market interpretation.

This is by design, not by analysis and actual market reaction. This is a fraud, just like the Federal Reserve itself.  Just like our president and our banking system and our "free markets" that are anything but free.

So, did gold go down because the fed is "hawkish". Is the almighty Federal Reserve really going to stop printing money and creating Federal Reserve Notes out of thin air?

If history has any bearing on the future, than the answer is "Probably Not".

Friday, October 24, 2014

Gigantic Gold Nugget Weighing In At Over Six Pounds Going Up For Sale

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - One of the biggest gold nuggets found in modern times in Northern California's historic Gold Country is going up for sale.

This awesome nugget is expected to fetch around $350,000.

 The person who found the nugget this summer 2014 was on public land using a metal detector. So I guess there is still gold to be found in those hills out there.

Source:  http://www.aol.com/article/2014/10/22/huge-gold-nugget-going-up-for-sale-in-california/20982628/?icid=maing-grid7|htmlws-main-bb|dl16|sec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D551126

Switzerland Set To Make History? Will The People Demand A Return To Gold Backing Of Currency?

The Swiss people are set to vote on a historic campaign called the Swiss Gold Initiative. What is the purpose? To return Switzerland to a system of sound money founded on the back of Gold as money.

You see, the Swiss have a long history of strong employment economic prosperity based on a strong currency. But in recent years, the politicians in Switzerland have sold off a large portion of the Swiss gold near the bottom of the market and at the same time they have printed more paper money on a relative basis than any other country.

This may be set to change in the next 38 days though. The people of Switzerland will be voting on a measure that will require the Swiss National Bank to repatriate all physical gold held abroad. This represents around 300 tons of gold.

Not only that, but the initiative would require the Swiss National Bank to hold 20 percent minimum of its reserves in physical gold. This will give the Swiss Franc a 20 percent gold backing.

Lastly, it would outlaw any further sales of gold by the Swiss Bank.

This initiative is going to be voted on soon by the Swiss people and if passed will become a part of the constitution.

This may have a huge effect on the gold market in a positive way for higher prices as the Swiss would require governments to return the gold they supposedly hold on behalf of the Swiss as well as forcing the Swiss Bank to begin purchasing large sums of physical gold on the open market.

Sources:

http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2014/10/21_Today_Something_Shocked_The_Establishment_%26_The_World.html

http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2014/10/24_Celente_-_Switzerland_Is_Going_To_Make_History_In_Just_38_Days.html

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Caledonia Mining Company Stock Drops On Revised Guidance

Caledonia Mining Company (CALVF) announced that is would product less gold than previously anticipated. This had the immediate effect of producing a large sell off in Caledonia Mining Common Shares. See Chart Below:


Caledonia Mining is a company that continues to under perform.

See the press release here:   http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/73213/caledonia-mining-trims-production-forecast-as-grades-dip-73213.html

Hi Tech Recall Of Certain Products Continues.

Hi Tech Pharmaceuticals in Norcross, GA, has issued a mandatory recall of certain of its dietary supplements as it has been ordered to do so by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission).

Below is a copy of the Hi Tech Pharma recall notice:

 Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Issues Amended Nationwide Recall of Various Lots of
Benzedrine, Stimerex ES, Lipodrene and Fastin Dietary Supplement Products
Contact: Michelle Harris (770) 797-9959
URGENT AMENDED RECALL NOTICE – August 19, 2014 - Norcross, GA - Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals,
Inc. ("Hi-Tech"), 6015-B Unity Dr., Norcross, GA 30071, announced today that it is conducting an amended
nationwide recall of various lots of the company's products sold under the names Fastin, Lipodrene, Stimerex
ES, and Benzedrine. This notice amends the recall notice dated June 24, 2014.
This recall is being made on the order of a federal district court judge and with the knowledge of the Federal
Trade Commission. It is being coordinated by Hi-Tech. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO RESPOND TO THIS
RECALL NOTICE.
Judge Charles Pannell of the Northern District of Georgia has ordered Hi-Tech to recall the products above due
to claims the court deemed were false on Hi-Tech's labels. These claims include the use of the terms
“thermogenic,” “fat burner,” “rapid fat loss,” and “for advanced appetite control and metabolic stimulation.”
Although this is not a safety recall, the district court judge has ordered that the products listed below be recalled
IMMEDIATELY.
Fastin is sold in health food, drug stores, supermarkets, mass merchandisers and internet stores nationwide. The
product is sold in 20-tablet boxes, 30 and 60-tablet bottles, and 3-tablet blister packs. All versions of this
product with an expiration date of 06/2019 or sooner are being recalled. See attached images for current and
recalled product packaging.
Lipodrene is sold predominantly in health food and internet stores nationwide. The product is sold in 20 and
100-tablet bottles and in 2-tablet blister packs. All versions of this product with an expiration date of 05/2019 or
sooner are being recalled. See attached images for current and recalled product packaging.
Stimerex ES is sold predominantly in health food and internet stores nationwide. The product is sold in 20 and
90-tablet bottles and in 2-tablet blister packs. Versions of this product with an expiration date of 12/2018 or
sooner are being recalled. See attached images for current and recalled product packaging.
Benzedrine is sold predominantly in health food and internet stores nationwide. The product is sold in 60-tablet
bottles. Versions of this product with an expiration date of 11/2016 or sooner are being recalled. See attached
images for current and recalled product packaging.
Retailers who have any of these products should remove them from the shelves and return them to Hi-Tech
immediately. Wholesalers or distributors should alert their customers to the recall and have them follow the
same procedures. Hi-Tech will be responsible for the costs of this recall. Hi-Tech will immediately replace any
returned items with products with labels that do not contain the violative claims. Any questions about this recall
should be directed to Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Norcross, GA 30071 at toll-free 1-888-855-7919 from 9:00
AM - 5:00 PM EST, or you may email any request to customerservice@hitechpharma.com. Upon request, Hi-
Tech will send new products and include in the box a shipping label, which will make the return expeditious for
our customers. Enclosed are a reply form and postage paid envelope. You are required to return the reply form.


There is also a reply form that needs to be filled out and returned to the company. 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Clifton Mining Company (CFTN) Begins Production

After spending years and years gathering land, developing resources, developing strategic partnerships and keeping the common stock from being diluted, Clifton Mining Company has finally begun production.

For those of you following the company, Clifton Mining Company has a partnership with Desert Hawk Gold Corp. whereby Desert Hawk takes care of all funding, production, and operations while Clifton Mining gets to sit back and collect royalties on the production.

This is good news for those invested in Clifton Mining as cash flow will increase with the new royalty payments.

Click here for the announcement.

Click here to visit Clifton Mining website.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Fastin Supplement Store Launches LinkedIn Company Page

Fastin Supplement Store is pleased to announce that it has launched a LinkedIn page devoted to helping promote it's brand of diet and energy pills that sell under the name Fastin Supplement. Fastin Supplement is sold in two different forms.

The original Fastin Diet Pill is sold as a white tablet with blue specs. Fastin tablets are sold in 60 count bottles and each pill contains 375 milligrams of powerful appetite suppressant and energy boosting ingredients.

Fastin XR is the extended release version of Fastin Supplement. Fastin XR is sold as a blue and red capsule. Fastin XR capsules are sole in a 45 count bottle and each capsule contains 525 milligrams of powerful appetite suppressant and energy boosting ingredients in a time released capsule form.

Fastin Supplement has been providing consumers with high quality Fastin Dietary Supplement for over ten years and continues to look for ways to promote awareness of its website and other social media outlets.

The new Fastin Supplement Store LinkedIn page can be found here.

Fastin Supplement Store also has a Facebook page can be found here.

Fastin Supplement can be ordered online by visiting there website or by calling the company toll free at 1-800-310-9108.


Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Whole Foods May Face Class Action Lawsuit Over Heavy Metal Poisoning

Nearly two months ago, certain protein products purchased from and sold by Whole Foods stores were tested for dangerous levels of heavy metal contamination. The results were not good.  Many of the protein powders they were selling contained extremely high levels of heavy metals such as lead, cadmium and mercury.

These heavy metals are toxic and poisonous to the human body.  They can cause severe health problems when ingested in large enough amounts.

Since Whole Foods was put on alert about these findings, they have done absolutely nothing to inform their customers about the health risks of these products, nor have they issued any recalls or banned any of these products from their stores.

In response to their lack of action and lack of concern for their customers, Whole Foods may soon face a class action lawsuit for selling toxic heavy metal products.

If you or anyone you know shops at Whole Foods, please make them aware of the possibility of being poisoned from their protein powders.

Find out more at http://www.naturalnews.com/045999_Whole_Foods_Market_class_action_lawsuit_heavy_metals_contamination.html