Industrial minerals like copper and nickel are essential to global economic expansion. But everywhere you look, grades are getting lower, and costs are getting much, much higher. Is there a way out? Rick Mills says mining companies need to look to Greenland.
Quantitative easing has created new problems for commodity investors—the systemic distortion of the true supply-demand for commodities. What is a long-term investor to do? In this interview, Chris Berry lays out his strategy for profiting from a QE-distorted reality.
The gold price may have taken a tumble, but Ian Gordon is watching for a recovery. As bullishness in gold reaches some of its lowest levels, Gordon says he believes that is indicative of a turn and he discusses where he has invested his money to ride the upswing.
It looks bad for precious metals. Gold prices have fallen hard. But all is not lost. In this interview, Rick Mills points to the fundamentals of silver and the opportunities for stock pickers willing to invest in small bites and wait out the inevitable market ups and downs.
Ian Gordon has said it before: We're on the edge of an economic maelstrom that will breathe new life into the gold exploration industry.Gordon talks about what he forecasts as an unprecedented period of growth and investment in gold, which is just about to get underway as the market sinks.
While the potential for higher gold prices is compelling, the decline in the number of discoveries and grades of resources makes mining stock selection intriguing. Niehuser has scoped out jurisdictions and finds the stars are aligning to put Nevada on top.