Willem Middelkoop and Terence van der Hout of the Netherlands-based Commodity Discovery Fund believe that when the world's reserve currency is reset away from the U.S. dollar in the next decade, gold prices will rise and mining equities will follow.
Market volatility sets the stage for price upswings as well as down, according to Michael Gray, equities analyst of Macquarie Capital Markets, and the recent gold price drop should be seen as a "pause" in the bull market.
The element molybdenum (moly) is mistakenly thought of by some as a one-note-Johnny-used only for toughening steel since World War I. However, today its uses are varied and high-tech. RI heard directly from Freeport-MoRan Copper & Gold's (FCX) CEO on 10 September at the Denver Gold Forum on plans for its Climax mine.