Technical analyst Jack Chan believes a correction in oil prices is underway, and advises investors to use caution in a vulnerable market.
Technical analyst and newsletter writer Clive Maund lists the reasons he believes oil prices, which recently peaked above $50/barrel, are headed for a fall.
The price of a barrel of oil has almost doubled from its low of $28 at the start of the year, prompting speculation that a recovery is underway.
Nevada Energy Metals announced it has increased the exploration potential of the San Emidio property after adding an additional 69 claims to its position.
The low price of oil has meant that a lot of companies are going broke, but not so with Torchlight Energy.
In this interview with The Energy Report, Frank Holmes and Samuel Pelaez name their favorites and outline the fundamentals that will make 2016 look a lot different than the year that just ended.
David Talbot of Dundee Capital Markets forecasts uranium demand growth of about 6% compounded annually through 2020, which ought to be more than enough to kickstart depressed U3O8 prices.
In this interview with The Energy Report, he explains that electric utilities will begin to run short of fuel even before 2020, when 33 additional reactors are expected to come on line.
As Matt Badiali, geologist and editor of the Stansberry Resource Report, explains, it has only been in the last few decades have we learned to release the potential of the massive oil and gas reservoirs in the U.S.
Marin Katusa, founder of Katusa Research, shares his insight on why Fission investors rejected the deal and where he is finding value in the uranium and oil sector today.
US Global's Frank Holmes and Brian Hicks: The one essential to transform your resources portfolio? Patience
If you add patience to your portfolio management strategy, holding discounted oil and gas and metals mining stocks is one way to leverage the price equilibrium that will come when China's growth hits the market.
In this interview with The Energy Report, he singles out the unloved companies that could become media darlings in the coming boom in energy metals, uranium and—eventually—oil sectors.
Thomas Drolet warns of a coming Grand Canyon of uranium supply deficit and shares three ways to profit by it
A Grand Canyon of supply deficit is opening up in the uranium markets, with 66 nuclear reactors under construction globally and more restarting in Japan.
Flinders Resources CEO and President Blair Way shares the four factors to consider when analyzing a graphite company. Warning: It is a very different proposition than investing in a gold company.
Keith Schaefer outlines the sectors that will profit first from a reversal in oil and gas prices, and what he is doing to position his readers for success.
Mick Carew explains how a Brazilian phosphate company with a first-rate product might produce for portfolios.
Commodity markets change cyclically, and there is money to be made buying undervalued precious metals and energy juniors, including the handful of companies Palmer names in this interview with The Gold Report.
Abramson discusses several bargains in the junior oil and gas space, as well as a handful of serviceable service names.
In this interview with The Energy Report, Churchill examines agricultural trends and discusses companies that can benefit from the world's increasing appetite, including one company with a streaming model unique in the ag sector.
Volatility in the oil and gas markets continues, with prices plunging yet again in the recent chaos surrounding Greece's default negotiations and other global political and economic uncertainties.
BNK Petroleum Inc. operates on some very productive property in the Oklahoma oil and gas shale and is making progress on developing shale resources in Europe.
Worried about a volatile oil and gas market? Paradigm Capital's Ken Lin advises waiting for quality companies to take a hit before swooping in to stock up, and then taking profits on the way up to avoid being caught in future carnage.
Chang foresees volatility as the 2020 uranium deficit draws closer and demand for the limited stockpile drives the price up.
Lee tells The Energy Report that he expects double-digit compound annual growth rates over the next few years as battery prices continue to fall and demand rises.
Plus, he reveals the dramatic shift he made in the fund this year that allows him to get paid to wait for the market to catch fire.