Jay Taylor, in the April 19, 2012, edition of Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks, says sell Takara Resources Inc., recently 2.5 cents. Mr. Taylor said buy on Dec. 16, 2010, at 29 cents and again on Oct. 17, 2011, at five cents. Assuming an investment of $1,000 for each buy, the $2,000 position, sold at 2.5 cents, yields a bruising $1,443 loss. Takara owns the Tassawini and Arakaka gold projects in Guyana, and the Miskamowin nickel project on Manitoba's Thompson nickel belt. Its president and CEO is Jennifer Boyle. Mr. Taylor says Takara has fallen partly because the markets for junior miners are poor in general, lacklustre at best. He adds, the current market weakness is putting all juniors at considerable risk of shareholder dilution because they must issue more and more shares to raise the money they need through equity financing. Mr. Taylor also notes Takara is facing regulatory difficulties in Suriname, although he probably means Suriname's neighbour, Guyana. The editor says Takara could still regain its value in the near future, but for now he believes you would have a higher chance of success investing in another company, Satori Resources Inc., of which Ms. Boyle is also the president and CEO.