Amanda Van Dyke is confident that China's reforms will ensure that the commodity supercycle will continue for some time to come. Here, Van Dyke argues that investors should worry less about the right balance of specific commodities and more about the right mix of early-stage, development-stage and producing companies.
Peru should be high on the list of mining investors, but confidence has been shaken over the last few years when the government revoked some high-profile mining licenses. In this interview, we detail the state of mining exploration in Peru and discuss companies actively exploring, including one that just received its long-awaited environmental approval.
Jordan Roy-Byrne was able to achieve some marked success in last year's choppy market by buying growth-oriented producers. After the broader market tops out, he is watching for the same stocks to outperform again.
We are confident that Latin America will not only bring into production many new deposits in the following years, but that many new discoveries will be made as well. We follow the money as Latin America is apparently the place to be.
The midweek session started off this morning with additional declines across the precious metals complex. Spot gold fell by over $6 to under the $1,550 level once again and it opened at $1,547 per ounce. Silver lost 20 cents to start off at $27.69 the ounce.