Jonathan Roth’s short film takes viewers on a tour of some of the world’s key power hubs in the cryptocurrency industry.
Frank Holmes talks gold projections, potential recession, risks surrounding tax reform, and why gold has fallen short of expectations this year.
As the world’s largest auto market, China was responsible for about half of the sales as the crackdown on polluting industries has propelled renewable alternatives from power generation to consumer products.
It’s a buyer’s market—if you know what you’re looking for.
For the last five years, crude oil has been behaving a little differently than it has in the past.
Here at the outset, I want to share with you an interesting observation we made last week of gold’s seasonal trading pattern.
In case you haven’t already noticed, inflation has been steadily creeping up since July. In February, the most recent month of available data, consumer prices advanced at their fastest pace in five years, hitting 2.7 percent year-over-year.
Flanked by coal workers, President Donald Trump signed the American Energy Independence Executive Order this week, directing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review the Clean Power Plan, former President Barack Obama’s signature environmental policy.
In 1983, my friends and early mentors Seymour Schulich and Pierre Lassonde founded Franco-Nevada Mining, the world’s first gold royalty company.
When I appeared on Canada’s Business News Network last week, Randy Cass challenged my thinking that it’s the best time of the year for stocks.