Published on December 5, 2017
Exploring gold as a monetary standard.
By Nicholas – Published on December 5, 2017
There was continued talk of a new market for physical gold sales at this year's Russian Bullion Market Conference in Moscow. First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia, Sergey Shvetsov, delivered a speech that reaffirmed Russia's commitment to create a new settlement system for gold sales...
By Nicholas – Published on December 4, 2017
***Author's Note: Towards the end of this piece, I veer away from what could be considered objective, and introduce an opinion on the future value of Bitcoin. This is my opinion, and as far as I know, not the opinion of Cambridge House*** The week is just beginning, but it would appear that...
By Nicholas – Published on December 3, 2017
2017 saw a dramatic reversal of base metal's fortunes. Since the middle of the year, most of the industrial metals have seen large price gains, as the possibility of shortages, and great economic data presented an overlooked bull case for the entire complex. The past year also saw a number of...
By Nicholas – Published on December 2, 2017
Apple might be in the middle of taking over a Canadian VR/AR company that is based in Montreal. TechCrunch sites sources that are close to what is said to be a $30 Million US Dollar takeover of Vrvana, who up to this point has quietly been developing unique VR/AR technology, as well as working on...
By Nicholas – Published on December 2, 2017
The gold price took a shot last week, and closed the week below $1280 USD/oz. This marks a weekly close below the 200 Day MA, which currently sits $1286 USD/oz, and according to chartists, this could mark the beginnings of further declines for the yellow metal. The move downward began after the...
By Lindsay – Published on December 1, 2017
DMG Blockchain Solutions CEO Dan Reitzik defines blockchain mining and discusses how industries will be disrupted by blockchain technology.
By Nicholas – Published on December 1, 2017
It took Bitcoin just 2 days to close the gap between $9000 USD and $10,000 USD, and then after blasting past $11,000 USD, it crashed to below $9000 USD in a matter of a few hours. To say that the crypto space is volatile would seem like an understatement. Most of the major cryptos seem to be...
Published on November 30, 2017
By Nicholas – Published on November 30, 2017
Uranium hasn't been a very popular investment ever since the Fukushima reactor went bad in 2011, and the Government of Japan took the rest of the nation's reactors offline. The price of uranium cratered, and today it is struggling to rise above $20 USD/lb. Pretty much every major uranium...
By Nicholas – Published on November 30, 2017
The drone industry has taken off in a big way all over the world. Today there are many industries that are looking for ways to use drones to save money, and make their operations more efficient. In addition to the private sector, there are many areas in the Canadian government that are looking to...
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