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Search With The Mine Stockers

Travel To The Worlds Gold,Silver & Copper Mines

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Find the best Gold, Silver and Copper mines, invest in the stock of companies that
find it mine it and make money from it.
The Mine Stockers will uncover the places and secrets surrounding the mining industry and the ways to profit now.

See gold and silver and copper mining done today; learn the processes, from staking a claim to selling the gold and all that's between; compare the historical methods to the modern technologies.
Hear the stories about life in the mining territories and goldfields of the world.

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Explore Mine History
With The Mine Stockers

Discover the prospectors of the past
meet the miners of today.

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Gold prospecting is the act of searching for new gold deposits. Methods used vary with the type of deposit sought and the resources of the prospector. Although traditionally a commercial activity, in some developed countries placer gold prospecting has also become a popular outdoor recreation.


The story of silver mining began about 5,000 years ago. Silver was first mined around 3,000 BCE in Anatolia, now located in modern-day Turkey. The precious metal helped early civilizations in the Near East, Ancient Greece to flourish.


Because copper is a highly efficient conduit, it is used in renewable energy systems to generate power from solar, hydro, thermal and wind energy across the world. Copper helps reduce CO2 emissions and lowers the amount energy needed to produce electricity. In many renewable energy systems, there is 12-times more copper being used than in traditional systems to ensure efficiency. Copper is one of the best renewable resources. It is one of the few materials that can be recycled 100 percent over and over again without a loss in performance. Renewable energy sources provide nearly one-quarter of the world's power, and copper plays an important role in making it as efficient as possible with minimal impact on the environment.

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