Europe's sovereign debt crisis, slowdowns in India and China, further bank downgrades, commodity trends, gold and falling oil and gas prices are among topics visited in an interview with the well known investor, adventurer and author.
It's easy to see how pipeline companies can profit from this situation – and several are already making their moves. Recognizing the dire need for their services, pipeline companies are stepping up and increasing capacity as quickly as possible.
Consumer demand for iPads and smart phones is on the rise, and electric vehicle sales could jumpstart in the near future. Pinpointing production spikes is no simple task, but the economist for signumBox has plotted some important points in lithium's demand timeline.
This morning’s opening action in metals brought fresh selling in the complex with platinum and palladium getting hit especially hard. The former was down $21 at $1,402 and the latter fell $18 to $576 –just $13 above its one-year low. Gold spot declined $10 to $1,562.
As global energy supplies come under increasing attack by non-state actors and private energy holdings become key targets of political maneuverings and criminal activities. Michael Bagley. the president of Jellyfish and security expert Jennifer Giroux discusses this growing threat.
Today, we're accustomed to thinking of small greenish paper rectangles as the definition of money, and we think of the US government as the only source of money. To honestly discuss sound money, we need to realize where our current money customs came from.
North America has a problem when it comes to phosphate because North America is not self-reliant. Canada has only one operating phosphate mine which is scheduled to close within a year and Florida’s operations have had issues mostly brought on by environmental concerns.
As the boundaries of technology continually expand, so does the demand for graphite. With uses developing and supply mainly controlled by China, prices for graphite should continue to climb, says the Encompass analyst and Malcolm H. Gissen & Associates portfolio manager.