Gold for Christmas? Yes please! There is a cool contest getting started where you can use your precious metal stock picking prowess to win gold. And it’s risk free. Betting on stocks without actually putting […]
Uranium has made a decided move up in the last few sessions. Could this be the start of something big?
I came to Colombia primarily to answer one question: this country may offer immense mineral potential but is it a good place to spend some investment dollars?
I’m sure most of you have, like me, spent too much time reading and thinking about this issue in recent weeks.
Markets hate uncertainty and (because of all those terribly inaccurate polls) Trump’s victory injected a whack of precisely that. But his calm response, amazingly, calmed the markets.
US markets are a bit of a mess right now. On Friday the S&P lost 53 points or 2.4%. Monday they regained half that ground but Tuesday saw another slide. The Dow made similar moves.
For those unfamiliar with french, Val d’Or translates as Valley of Gold. And it’s an appropriate name: the city grew up around two gold mines and mining remains the only significant game in town.
To end the week the US announced that GDP growth in the second quarter had managed just 1.2%. In response, gold shot up.
The birth of a new gold bull market has changed the game - the trading strategies we've employed in the last few years no longer apply.
What is it going to take to bring the junior resource sector back to life? I always have the same answer: investors need to make some money.
But the best opportunities are born when, as the saying goes, “there’s blood in the streets.”
I spent today in Toronto, at an editor’s forum hosted by Sprott. Great event: an opportunity to talk about metals and the markets, here is a quick rundown of the day’s takeaways.
There are good companies doing promising work. Yes, the news flow is slower than in better markets, but that doesn’t mean it’s crickets out there.
As the media bashes gold and Shanghai crashes again, it's easy to get despondent.
Perhaps. But when a sector is so downtrodden that it barely shrugs at major global economic events, there is little left to lose.
Explorers and miners are facing relentless headwinds. Progress is not easy. But despite it all, there are companies out there making headway against the tide.
It’s been a while since I wrote about the price of gold. Time to revisit the yellow metal – though to be honest, we haven’t missed much.
The 12 Top Pick companies at the Metals Investor Forum all share an essential trait: momentum. Despite all that the markets have thrown at them, they continue to pragmatically advance their projects towards increased shareholder value.
Chinese deals and BitGold mania matter to the mining sector, especially in May when the doldrums regularly set in...unless a new bull market is building.
In two weeks, four of today’s top experts in the metals and mining sector are gathering at the inaugural Metals Investment Forum to introduce some of their best bets for profiting in the upcoming turnaround.
Gold stocks are defining a clear uptrend that's pushed through some long-term resistance. And gold's case as a steady hand in today's strange markets is gaining steam. I like how things are looking.
Mining markets are at a bottom. That much is clear.
Constantine doubles its Palmer project resource. The Crocodile-Newmarket merger gives a team of heavyweights the foundation for a new midtier producer. Focus Ventures keeps advancing its Bayovar 12 phosphate project.
Markets have been lousy for so long that it’s easy to keep putting off putting money down. But juniors are finally starting to rise on good news.
After an 8-week slide gold staged a nice rally last week. What will the yellow metal do now? I see reason to believe there's more room in this rally.