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View Poll Results: What do you expect the price of palladium to be on Dec. 31, 2012?
$525 per ounce 2 9.52%
$650 per ounce 4 19.05%
$775 per ounce 7 33.33%
$900 per ounce 8 38.10%
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:55 PM
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:41 PM
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I voted $900... but it all depends on how true the russian stockpile depletion story is. Personally I think it B/S. I think the russians are just playing games... but if they're not... then prices could go a lot higher.
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Post 9/11 during election years PM's seem to take a gradual dip leading up to Election Day, I could see pm's taking a hit.


So that's why I voted for 775.
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Old 01-03-2012, 10:23 PM
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How long can the Russian stockpile story last? Seems likely they would have dumped it at some point to me.

I did vote $900. I think a supply pinch is coming sometime this year and we're going to see some nice spikes.

The Kitco 2012 Outlook report was all very interesting too. Thank you Kitco.
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Hard to say with so many variables.

State of economy by then? Euro? USA pre/post election?

Russia truely running low?

If the large deposit near lake Michigan gets under way towards excavation by US company if Russia balks on production?

Obama did sign the Palladium coinage act this year, AGE's must be made from US minded gold so maybe the passage of the act is a tell on what the near future plans are for that mineral deposit are, I thought I read it was PT, PD, & Lithium???
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Hard to say with so many variables.

State of economy by then? Euro? USA pre/post election?

Russia truely running low?

If the large deposit near lake Michigan gets under way towards excavation by US company if Russia balks on production?

Obama did sign the Palladium coinage act this year, AGE's must be made from US minded gold so maybe the passage of the act is a tell on what the near future plans are for that mineral deposit are, I thought I read it was PT, PD, & Lithium???
What project is this?

Only one I am aware of is the Nokomis Project up on the range in Minnesota..

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I voted for the $775, I think PMG's will go up with increasing global tensions, and the auto industry seems to be doing OK despite the overall economy.

Yep bought 10oz more of Pd today.....
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What project is this?

Only one I am aware of is the Nokomis Project up on the range in Minnesota..

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I voted for the $775, I think PMG's will go up with increasing global tensions, and the auto industry seems to be doing OK despite the overall economy.

Yep bought 10oz more of Pd today.....
Been looking for the map& info I saw since you posted but having trouble due to it being a while back and I don't remember the search terms that brought me to what I read at the time.

My memory is of Lake Michigan being involved and in my current search I see there is a mine in Onterio which jogged a bit of my memory of what I read before. I'm thinking it's something south of there in US Territory such as the state of Michigan but then my photographic memory is trying to tell me it may have been Wisconsin or Minnisota.

If I can find what I was looking at a few months ago, I will post it here ASAP.

What ever it was, it was a deposit that is on hold and not yet began to be mined something along the lines of waiting to see how the Russian supply pans out.

So DYODD, but it was info I thought was worth retaining I just wish I took enough heed to retain the details.

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This must be it.
The joint venture is called Twin Metals Minnesota.

Here is the Canadian explorer with a 60% share
http://www.duluthmetals.com/s/Home.asp
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Couple people were close - now we move on to 2013
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