Share prices have tumbled down for many rare earth element miners, while the quality of certain companies has dramatically improved. Is now the right time for investors to strengthen their positions in the space or to turn and run?
There is a way to capture eye-popping returns without having to take an “E-ticket” ride. That is to focus on MLP’s that only invest in the natural gas industry. The smart way to play here is to own securities that benefit from the increasing volume of natural gas production.
There are few mining sectors where chemistry, metallurgy and the supply chain meet in such a complex yet potentially profitable way as rare earths. The founding principal of Technology Metals Research gives an update on projects are closest to production,
Platinum is thirty times rarer than gold, yet it is trading at a discount right now. However, this historic bargain situation may not last long as the current supply is under pressure from rising costs in South Africa.
The shale gas "miracle" is overhyped and bound to disappoint. That's what energy expert Bill Powers argues in his upcoming book. But Powers says that this could be a very good thing for oil and gas companies and their shareholders.
British Columbia, long recognized for its exceptional mineral wealth, is regaining prominence among mining investors. Canada in general is looking increasingly attractive as the mining industry faces mounting challenges in many jurisdictions around the globe.