With over 1,700 precious metals mining companies listed on the Toronto exchanges, separating the wheat from the chaff is no easy task. Visual Capitalist has developed Tickerscores, an empirical approach to scoring gold explorers, developers and producers.
Uranium prices and mining stocks are low, but market forces will push them both higher in the next 12–24 months, says David Sadowski. Miners are jockeying for position and he tells us to expect mergers and acquisitions as they prepare for the good times to come.
In this interview, John Kaiser outlines 10 strategies that are setting certain companies apart. Discover the companies that are redefining their business, as well as miners with the goods in the ground to continue come rain or shine.
Underappreciated companies and companies with management teams that have disappointed in the past can be opportunities to buy, not sell, says Derek Macpherson of M Partners. Don't be dazzled by flashy drill results.
Jason Sawatzky reveals the hottest new thing happening in the North America oil exploration and production space: The rush by major oil and gas firms to build LNG export facilities on Canada's West Coast.
Money Talks Michael Campbell interviews Josef Schachter, Canada's leading independent energy analyst and founder of Schachter Asset Management, on OPEC's fate as the U.S. marches toward energy independence.
Diversify, diversify, diversify — that's Michael Curran's advice for metals investors. So if you've been obsessively eying gold and silver prices, you might want to focus your attention elsewhere in the mining sector.
The numbers don't lie—but politicians and industry bigwigs do. While pundits still wax poetic about an era of American energy independence, Bill Powers sees productivity plummeting in almost every major shale play.
Adrian Day is finding that the glass is definitely half full these days. In this interview, Day is downright exuberant on gold stocks and discusses royalty companies, prospect generators, majors and juniors that can mitigate risk.