By Nicholas – Published on December 30, 2017
The concept of 'Peak Gold' has been getting more attention over the last few months. Much like the idea of peak oil, many industry insiders think that as time goes on, there will be less gold coming out of the ground. Part of this has to do with the lack of any major discoveries over the...
By Nicholas – Published on December 28, 2017
The western holiday season is usually a pretty ho-hum time for the financial markets. But this year it looks like gold bulls got a present, as gold's price has risen past the 200 day moving average, last trading at $1290USD/oz in New York. Even though the volume at the moment isn't as...
By Nicholas – Published on December 26, 2017
The dead of winter in the Northern Hemisphere usually isn't a strong time for base metals prices. But for cobalt, December saw renewed strength in the now highly sought after metal, with a new company raising the most money on the TSX-V in an IPO since 2012. Cobalt, has been an afterthought to...
By Nicholas – Published on December 24, 2017
There are few people in the world who have worked harder than Bill Murphy to demonstrate the seemingly blatant attempts by governments, central banks, and money center banks to suppress precious metals prices. In addition to creating an investment newsletter, called Le Metropole Cafe, he is a...
By Nicholas – Published on December 22, 2017
Most people associate the word 'Dollar' with the United States. But its history is fundamentally linked with the era of humanity in which we learned how to split the very fabric of nature. Some may know that the same mine is responsible for both the world dollar, and the original rock...
By Nicholas – Published on December 19, 2017
There is no two ways about it, cobalt really crushed it in 2017. From December 30, 2016 until yesterday, cobalt's price rose by about 120%. A lot of this has to do with a looming supply crunch, and also where most of the cobalt mined today comes from. There is little doubt that the next...
Published on December 18, 2017
Justin Hayek, Investment Advisor and Associate Portfolio Manager at PI Financial Corp, interviews Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of U.S. Global Investors, Inc. and Chairman of Hive Blockchain Technologies. Car Ride Confessions follows top CEOs to explore their greatest...
By Nicholas – Published on December 15, 2017
The Federal Reserve raised rates on Wednesday, taking their target rate to 1.25%-1.5% Despite the dollar getting a touch more yield, gold seemed to react very well to the news. Going into the meeting there had been a lot of talk about how continuing the tightening cycle could be bearish for the...
By Nicholas – Published on December 12, 2017
Some of the biggest names in resource investing have been talking about a bull market developing in the long suffering uranium sector. People like Rick Rule, Marin Katusa and Doug Casey have all come out with bull market scenarios for the ultra dense metal, and over the last month two high profile...
By Nicholas – Published on December 12, 2017
The world would appear to be waking up to the fact that there is going to be a shortage of vital metals if nothing is done soon. The prices for base metals have been on a tear over the last few months, and the highs last seen in 2015 have been smashed as industry tries to secure access to supplies...
Published on December 11, 2017
Justin Hayek, Investment Advisor and Associate Portfolio Manager at PI Financial Corp, interviews Jordan Trimble, President & CEO of Skyharbour Resources, a Uranium exploration company with projects in the Athabasca Basin. Car Ride Confessions follows top CEOs to explore their greatest...
By Nicholas – Published on December 9, 2017
When someone like Rick Rule says he sees another bull market developing in resources, it would probably be a good idea to listen. When Rick took the podium at the Silver and Gold Summit last month in San Francisco, he gave investors what could be some very sage advice. Don't squander the...
By Nicholas – Published on December 8, 2017
The results are in, and it looks like The Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) sees a lot of good things happening in British Columbia. The winner's of this years AME awards were announced recently, the hard working mining professioanls will receive public acclaim at the upcoming AME...
By Nicholas – Published on December 7, 2017
This year the Mines & Money conference in London was a target for protests by a wide range of concerned persons. Some of the most common criticisms that are leveled against big miners is that their operations destroy water systems, and displace native communities. They are also accused of not...
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