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Dave Zgodzinski

The Green Miner

Contributor since: 10 Sep 2012

Dave Zgodzinski

Dave Zgodzinski is the editor of the Green Miner newsletter and thegreenminer.com web site.  The Green Miner is dedicated to searching out valuable investments in renewable energy.

Dave was a petroleum geologist for a number of years in western Canada, working on oil and gas wells from southern Saskatchewan to the Arctic islands. After leaving the high pressure of the oil patch, he moved on to the quiet, laid back life of a stockbroker. After surviving the crash of '87 and the slowdown that followed, Dave moved on from selling intangibles to tangibles.  He worked as an equipment broker selling used machinery of all types. 

In 1995 Dave latched on to the early trend of the Internet. He began yet another career as a freelance journalist writing about business and investing on the Internet. He wrote regular columns for Internet World magazine, The Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, Silicon Investor and CNBC.com.

Following the tech bubble crash of 2000, Dave began working for the Kitco.com web site – the most popular gold web site in the world. The price of gold was $250 when Dave began selling advertising on the Kitco.com web site. Dave developed two sister sites for Kitco – Kitcosilver.com and Kitcometals.com. He left the Kitco sites in 2011 to concentrate on the Green Miner.

Latest articles from Dave

  • Good Year For Green

    Published 27 January 2014 | viewed 8,101 times

    A year that starts off with line-ups at the legal marijuana store has got to be a good year for green in general.Old timers, who…

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    Published 09 September 2013 | viewed 7,256 times

    War by social media. Should the US bomb Syria? - Like or dislike. The US, as a social media nation, has thousands of points of…

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    Published 15 July 2013 | viewed 7,710 times

    The price of oil is subjective. It depends on viscosity, sulphur content, location and many other factors like Middle Eastern politics. The price of West…

  • Why Did Solar Stocks Soar?

    Published 03 June 2013 | viewed 6,160 times

    Setting up a solar power system up here in the Laurentian hills in late May means fighting the black flies. The little buggers like to…

  • Silver - The Super Conductor

    Published 15 April 2013 | viewed 6,846 times

    Silver is the underdog of the precious metals and it has more bite, more beta than the others. It jumps higher and dives lower. Silver…

  • Where to invest in an Oscillating Market

    Published 01 April 2013 | viewed 9,362 times

    Oscillating. That’s what a friend of mine called it.“What’s the market doing?” I would ask him. “It’s oscillating!” he would say with a glint in…

  • How the Mining Sector Benefits from the Switch to Renewable Energy

    Published 19 March 2013 | viewed 11,215 times

    I attended the annual Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference in Toronto a couple of weeks ago. It was my 12th year in…

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    Published 04 March 2013 | viewed 5,693 times

    Trina Solar Ltd.Trina Solar is one of the major Chinese solar panel manufacturers that trade in the US. Like the other solar manufacturers, Trina has…

  • Investment Opportunities in the Smart Meter Sector

    Published 05 February 2013 | viewed 5,756 times

    You realise what a great job electricity networks do on the rare occasions when they break down. Most of the conveniences of modern life are…

  • Defying the Laws of Finance and Physics

    Published 22 January 2013 | viewed 4,215 times

    Fiscal cliffs and debt ceilings. The walls closing in. After weeks of approaching one near death experience and finally dodging the bullet, another near death…

  • Renewable Energy Stocks to Watch Out For

    Published 17 December 2012 | viewed 5,732 times

    Chinese Solar StocksThere was a revival in Chinese solar stocks last week. On Wednesday alone, many of these stocks went up 10% to 20% in…

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    Published 04 December 2012 | viewed 24,737 times

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  • Homeless In New Jersey

    Published 19 November 2012 | viewed 7,149 times

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  • Microinverters - Making Inroads in Solar Energy

    Published 19 November 2012 | viewed 4,453 times

    Solar energy is converted by photovoltaic cells into DC – direct current electricity. Our household appliances run on alternating current – AC. So DC current…

  • Elections and Electrons

    Published 05 November 2012 | viewed 9,444 times

    The election on Tuesday could shape the deployment of renewable energy in the US for the next several years. It’s peculiar that renewable energy has…

  • Nightmare on Electric Vehicle Street

    Published 23 October 2012 | viewed 17,280 times

    Halloween starts earlier and earlier every year. Cobwebs on restaurant doorways, skulls on bank counters, when it’s still weeks away.  Evidently there are plenty of…

  • The Art of Solar War

    Published 09 October 2012 | viewed 8,891 times

    Iran’s government may not be manufacturing apocalyptic weapons. It may have purely peaceful uses for the enriched uranium being spun in underground centrifuges.  But it’s…

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    Published 12 September 2012 | viewed 10,914 times

    I had a neighbour who had a method for market timing. It was physical.She told me that she knew it was time to sell a…

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