Broke into a display case with an axe
Geologist and editor Matt Badiali discusses the true potential for U.S. natural gas, as well as what type of energy really gets him excited.
There are many reasons to be bullish on copper.
See which gold producers are making the grade.
Gold stayed on track for its biggest weekly rise in a month on Friday, supported by a drop in stock markets and comments from a Federal Reserve official that dampened talk the U.S. central bank is set to curb monetary stimulus.
It cut nearly 100 jobs at its Kennecott Utah copper mine and warned further positions will be slashed later this month.
We are charged with using the forces of nature for the benefit of mankind.
Investors relyon indices to help understand how a market is moving, and perhaps even
how it might move in the future.
A look at 20 exploration companies.
Hopes retail buyers choosing to own the physical metal will lead to higher market prices for both metals.
He says the central bank's easy-money policies are still necessary.
It reached $7,525, its highest level since April 12.
Group expects 2013 to be year in which “the death bells ring for the commodity supercycle after its duly noted sunset.”
Some endangered species, including insects that had been presumed extinct, were found thriving in the ash heaps at coal-fired power plants.
Increasing fears that the Fed is planning to halt bond-buying scheme dent gold's appeal.
Drilling has started on the Mescalero Apache Reservation in a search for financially viable sources of rare earth elements to mine.
Company has signed on to acquire a location in the Pacific Northwest.
Geologist Brent Cook suggests investors will have an easier time distinguishing good drill results from bad if they know how to dissect a company's press releases.
In time we will see a great buy emerge but having patience and waiting for the right buy point is key.
Virginia Attorney General and Republican Gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli made a campaign stop in Bristol this week and coal was a hot topic.
Some of the things I look at when thinking about a counter trend trade like picking a top within a bull market.
Over the past month there has been a statistically improbable concurrence of events that can only be explained as a conspiracy to protect the dollar from the Federal Reserve's policy of quantitative easing.
Company must first settle its split with former owner Cargill.
Caesars Report editor discusses which jurisdictions offer better value to investors and which countries to avoid.
Bull markets climb a wall of worry.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the theft.
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