SOURCE: Maybach Financial Group

Maybach Financial Group

October 23, 2007 12:39 ET

Market Focus on Roxmark Mines Limited, RPT Uranium Corp., and Tyler Resources Inc.; Canadian Juniors Surge

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Maybach Financial Group is a syndicate of financial analysts, with a core group representing over 250 years of total investing experience. Our focus is to give investors the financial advantage necessary to sustain profit all markets. This week, to gauge the outcome of the markets, we are focusing on Roxmark mines Limited (TSX-V: RMK), RPT Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: RPT), and Tyler Resources Inc. (TSX-V: TYS). For the full report, visit

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Oil dipped below $86 on Tuesday, giving up early gains after surging to a record high above $90 a barrel earlier last Friday. As tight fuel stocks ahead of winter and a softening U.S. dollar spurred investor buying, response to concerns about the health of the U.S. economy and further indications OPEC has already substantially raised oil output.

The dollar rallied from a record low against the euro yesterday but the declines in gold and other commodities were short-lived as U.S. gold futures rebounded early on Tuesday, after the previous session's solid losses, as a sharply weaker dollar prompted bargain hunting among bullion.

Oil's advance was also interrupted by concerns that a housing slump in the United States, the world's largest oil consumer, could act as a drag on the economy and limit future oil demand.

Still, many analysts expect the declines to be temporary, and believe oil futures will continue their assault on price records in the days ahead.

The jump in oil prices has been fuelled by unprecedented weakness in the dollar, which hit a record low against the euro on Friday, a factor that has supported all dollar-denominated commodities.

Since oil is priced in dollars, a declining greenback makes oil less expensive for consumers outside the United States, encouraging more consumption.

The U.S. dollar is continuing its tumble to new lows after a surge in unemployment claims raised concerns about the health of the U.S. job market after the Labor Department reported a sharp rise in claims for unemployment benefits last week.

Combined with the slumping housing market, it doesn't help.

The rise in oil prices most often have a strong effect on oil and gas companies, but slam the other sectors.

Despite that fact, many of the Canadian juniors including Roxmark mines Limited (TSX-V: RMK) jumped in share value. Roxmark jumped as high as $0.265 in early market trading after their sharp climb and correction in the month of October. For a limited time only, gain access to Maybach to keep updated and receive our reports free of charge with no credit card or payment information required. Visit for your free subscription.

RPT Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: RPT) remained relatively unchanged on heavy volume, despite their recent announcement last week that the Company has commenced a 2500-metre diamond drilling program on the Frazer Creek uranium zone on its Malborne Lake claim block near the south-eastern margin of the Sibley basin north of Thunder Bay, Ontario. RPT Uranium has dropped from its high of $0.79 back in the summer months and investors are now looking for a turnaround.

Tyler Resources Inc. (TSX-V: TYS) rose to a day-high of $1.12 also on heavy volume. Speculation that Mercator Minerals Ltd. intended to make an unsolicited offer to purchase all of the outstanding shares of Tyler on the basis of 0.113 of a Mercator share for each Tyler share has spurred much interest in the investment community. Tyler is not aware that a formal offer has been formulated subsequent to the October 19th announcement made by Mercator to acquire Tyler, nor has a formal offer been received.

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After witnessing the recent plunge in the markets influenced by the resource sector, the falling housing slump and employment issues, smart investors and hedge funds are shifting interests into other sectors.

The markets are changing and investors are scared. The Bull Run that we have been use to over the past four years is starting to become more like a stampede in the other direction.

Stock markets are normally volatile, but investors have enjoyed a four-year run of below normal volatility and steady upward movement. Ups and downs, yes. But the Bull Run has been great over the past three to four years and has not ended as abruptly as many have predicted.

But while the end of the Bull Run has been predicted for more than a year, long-term investors shouldn't be worried. Of course, only if you know what you are doing.

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We've seen oil markets spike, we've seen oil markets fall. We've seen wars, we've seen terrorist attacks. Chances are that the events that occur have a short term impact when you consider the overall factors of a 5-year forecast.

Most investors -- and unfortunately far too many brokers -- go on a buying spree the minute a rally starts in a particular sector. Correspondingly, they panic at the first sign of a downturn and tend to sell off some great stocks -- right before the dead cat bounces.

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It's also about adding stocks to your portfolio that have little or no effect against the state of the economy.

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The world as we know it has changed. Gone are the days of tradition and old school values. Thanks to technology, people no longer communicate via a simple phone call or meet their life partners in social settings.

Social networking and user-generated content has taken over the world. And big shot web start-ups have become multi-billion dollar profits for their creators and shareholders.

We all know that the tech boom is back and back with a vengeance with Web 2.0 start ups leading the way.

The big boys are snapping up the little ones much like Microsoft did in their early Windows days. The next few years are going to be intense and believe us when we say that, "the tech boom is back and bigger than EVER!"

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