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Northern Dynasty Minerals' Stock Continues to Surge Thanks to Trump Blessing

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Could the company make a lot of money for some investors if it ever gets the Pebble project off the ground? Maybe. It all depends on whether the mine can produce all in sustaining costs less than the spot price of gold . That involves actually getting the mine off the ground, though. This company's nearly two decades in the public eye have given no indication that it can actually pull this off. So any investor looking at this stock as a potential long-term investment should be highly skeptical until we see gold come out of the ground.

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