Despite the Fukushima setback of last March, nuclear power is not a dinosaur industry of the past, according to the editor of Gold Stock Trades. In fact, he believes the world is reawakening to the need for nuclear power generation, which demands increasing amounts of uranium.
With two major catalysts likely to boost spot prices, M&A activity afoot, new mines coming into production and new companies coming to market, the Mines2Capital analyst says well-positioned investors stand to benefit from what just may be a coming boom.
Consumer demand for iPads and smart phones is on the rise, and electric vehicle sales could jumpstart in the near future. Pinpointing production spikes is no simple task, but the economist for signumBox has plotted some important points in lithium's demand timeline.
Even in a depressed gold market, knowing your catalysts in mining stocks is indispensable and is still the fundamental yardstick for buy-sell decisions. Jocelyn August understands the impact that events can have on your portfolio.
For metal miners, the sustainability factor is critical because it can take years to get a mine to cash flow-positive status. Independent investor Chen Lin takes advantage of prices by investing in companies with the strength to stay the course.
The independent mining consultant shares some thoughts on the significance of manganese for steel manufacturing, its growing importance in nascent battery technology and how investors might play growing demand for the metal.
The head of research for Fundamental Research Corp. digs deep into the world of small- and micro-cap stocks to find undiscovered gems. Here he drills down on some relatively unknown resource stocks he has uncovered.
The successful resource investor who loves energy equities because he can uncover treasures still hidden from the very markets that will later recognize their value and bid them up names some of his current favorite positions.
Although lithium is not in short supply now, electric and hybrid vehicles could soak up new production of the versatile light metal. The economist for Chile-based signumBOX, elaborates on small exploration plays that could move up.
The House Mountain Partners founder Chris makes his case that over the longer term the element will be in such strong demand for the electric vehicle revolution that investors will no longer be able to ignore explorers and emerging producers.