By Keith – Published on April 11, 2014
There is a multi-billion dollar problem in the oil patch just looking for a solution—get oil to flow better along the horizontal leg of a well. A small Canadian company called Raise Production Inc. (RPC-TSXv; GLKFF-PINK) thinks it may have the answer. They have developed a way to place many...
Published on April 9, 2014
Casey Research is one of the top firms giving insight and research to investors. Yet again they have blown us away with an exceptional video on where America currently stands and what it needs to be prepared for. The following is a letter from the the CEO of Casey Research, Olivier...
Published on April 9, 2014
Meet Don Mosher, Business Development at Gold Reach Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: GRV) CH: Don, what has lead to your current position at this point in your career? Don: I was a former broker consulting with public companies for 20 years CH: What’s your greatest career success? Don: 3 of...
By Chris – Published on April 9, 2014
Today we focus on the rebound in Emerging Markets. These countries seem to be adjusting to the reality of Fed tapering (for now). We examine the effects of the taper on Emerging Market economies paying particular attention to interest rates and currency values. You can view the note here
By Keith – Published on April 7, 2014
Read on http://oilandgas-investments.com/ Part I of this series is here. Editors Note: Keith will be speaking at the upcoming Canadian Investors Conference June 1 & 2   If history is any guide, the world will continue its current 15 year cooling trend for another 20 years...
Published on April 4, 2014
View Original Article Here Friday, April 4, 2014 Henry Bonner Strikes at South African mines have caused a massive drop in platinum and palladium production. And the world’s palladium supply could decline by 41% overnight if the West imposes export sanctions on Russia1.  Speculators are...
By Sean – Published on April 4, 2014
Vikas Ranjan, Senior Analyst at Ubika Research, tells SmallCapPower.com “Our outlook for the gold price is that it will range from US$1200 to $1600 in 2014 but will close the year at about $1400 per ounce,” in today’s interview. Mr. Ranjan talks about the impact of China overtaking India...
By Chris – Published on April 4, 2014
Editors Note: Chris Berry will be speaking at the upcoming Canadian Investors Conference June 1 & 2 Good Morning Everyone, This morning we offer a Q1 2014 review of the major macroeconomic events of the past quarter as well as a review of select Energy Metals including uranium, rare...
By Visual – Published on April 3, 2014
Click here to see a bigger version. This infographic, part two in Visual Capitalist's 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal. Part 3 of The 2014 Gold Series on rising gold demand in Asia will go out at the end of April / early May. Sign-up for Visual...
Published on April 3, 2014
Editors Note: UrtheCast Corp. will be exhibiting at the Canadian Investors Conference June 1 & 2 in Vancouver. Read on CBC Here  Vancouver-based UrtheCast Corp. released an image of 300 square kilometres around Moneague, Jamaica, captured by its medium-resolution camera on March...
By Jeremy – Published on April 2, 2014
As complicated as investing in junior mining companies can be it can also be broken down to be very simple. Buy, wait for a discovery, sell high. Reanalyze during studies, buy back, wait for production to to ramp up. Unfortunately it's not that simple. Geology is not a perfect science and...
Published on April 1, 2014
Original article here By Frank Holmes Frank Holmes is CEO and chief investment officer of U.S. Global Investors, Inc. He is also a regular speaker and friend of Cambridge House International  Commodity returns vary wildly, as experienced resource investors can attest and our...
Published on March 31, 2014
Cambridge speaker and Senior Analyst at the Morgan Report, David Smith spoke with Howe Street Radio recently. They discuss the clarity of the silver market along with other PGM's. Have a listen (9:41)
By Sean – Published on March 28, 2014
It’s shaping up to be a good year for the uranium sector in 2014. Factors that could push uranium prices higher during the next 12 months include the ending of the Megatons to Megawatts agreement in 2013 in which Russia was selling highly enriched uranium from old Soviet-era nuclear warheads to...
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