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  • Deficit should keep palladium price on the boil

    Deficit should keep palladium price on the boil

    Prices for March palladium went 1.18% up in late afternoon on Friday as the metal was trading at $2,634 an ounce on the Comex market in New York. googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); Earlier in the week, palladium futures for March delivery climbed 7.8% at $2,497.60 an ounce on the New York Mercantile …Read More »
  • Wyoming vs Washington: Interstate showdown over last major coal export project

    Wyoming vs Washington: Interstate showdown over last major coal export project

    Wyoming and Montana filed a U.S. Supreme Court motion last month against the state of Washington for blocking access to the last major coal export project on the West Coast, impeding the states’ ability to get their coal to Asian markets.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); When Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced the legal …Read More »
  • Brazil mining royalties jump 40% to record high

    Brazil mining royalties jump 40% to record high

    Even with Vale (NYSE: VALE) posting this week a loss of $1.68 billion in 2019, Brazil set a record on royalties received from mining companies. googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); Brazil received $1.03 billion in mineral royalties in 2019, according to the Brazilian Mining Agency. The royalties paid by mining companies were 48.3% …Read More »
  • Nemaska Lithium CEO steps down

    Nemaska Lithium CEO steps down

    Nemaska Lithium CEO Guy Bourassa has stepped down. He would leave the management team and vacate his seat on the board with immediate effect, the Quebec-based lithium developer announced Friday.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); “Given the restructuring the corporation is undergoing and the current market conditions, we mutually agreed that it was in …Read More »
  • We’re Killing It in The War Room

    We’re Killing It in The War Room

    The market’s negative tone as we end this week would have you thinking all is wrong with the world. With the coronavirus, recessionary signals out of Japan, a slowdown in exports from China, political land mines back in the U.S. and a fear of a melt-up in U.S. stocks coming …Read More »
  • Craig Hemke from TF Metals Report – Fri 21 Feb, 2020

    Craig Hemke from TF Metals Report – Fri 21 Feb, 2020

    Negative Real Rate, Fear Around The World, Weaker Economic Data, All Helping To Drive The Precious Metals Craig Hemke joins me for the last daily editorial of the day with a focus on gold and silver. With silver and the gold stocks closing in on recent breakout levels the stage …Read More »
  • Exclusive Comments from Marc Chandler – Fri 21 Feb, 2020

    Exclusive Comments from Marc Chandler – Fri 21 Feb, 2020

    The Dollar Is All About A Divergence In US vs European Data, Plus Comments on Safe Havens Marc Chandler joins me today to first comment on the rollover in the US Dollar. He points to the flash PMI readings today where Europe surprised to the upside and the US number …Read More »
  • How to Invest in Stocks for Beginners with Little Money

    How to Invest in Stocks for Beginners with Little Money

    Many people want to get invested, but they don’t think they have enough money. It’s a shame, because anyone can open a position with relatively little money and still reap the benefits of market growth. So Investment U put together this guide on how to invest in stocks for beginners …Read More »
  • Virgin Galactic Soars for… No Reason?

    Virgin Galactic Soars for… No Reason?

    U.S. stocks are starting to look frothier. Just consider Virgin Galactic (NYSE: SPCE), the space tourism company founded by Richard Branson. Virgin Galactic shares are up from $7.22 in early December to $36.39 as of this writing. The company now trades at an eye-popping $6.9 billion valuation. So what happened? …Read More »
  • The Connection Between Self-Compassion… and Investment Success

    The Connection Between Self-Compassion… and Investment Success

    As investors, we’re sure to experience losses at some point. Some of us may even dwell on them and fall into a cycle of self-criticism. Today, Joel Wade explains why it’s important that we show ourselves compassion – and how that practice can help our future wealth building. Editor’s Note: …Read More »
  • Create a Plan for Life's What Ifs

    Create a Plan for Life's What Ifs

    By FS Staff Feb 21 – Financial planning and financial advising can often feel goal oriented and focused only on investments and accumulation. Those are important aspects of a financial plan, but it’s equally important to plan for life’s what ifs... ...read moreRead More »
  • TheDailyGold Premium Flash Update (2/20)

    TheDailyGold Premium Flash Update (2/20)

    The 4-page update was published Thursday evening. ...read moreRead More »
  • Interview: What Is It Going To Take To Get The Gold Price To Go Through $1700?

    Interview: What Is It Going To Take To Get The Gold Price To Go Through $1700?

    A year ago gold was below $1350, but this week it has closed above $1600. Now we can all look at $1700 as the next key price target. I talked with Jordon Roy-Byrne of www.thedailygold.com about this price target. What will it take to get gold to get through that …Read More »
  • Vale posts $1.7 billion loss for 2019

    Vale posts $1.7 billion loss for 2019

    Vale (NYSE: VALE) posted a loss of $1.68 billion in 2019, compared to a net income of $6.860 billion in 2018, the Brazilian miner reported on Thursday. googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); The $8.5 billion decrease was mostly driven by provisions and expenses related to the Brumadinho dam rupture that killed more than …Read More »
  • IAMGOLD posts loss for 2019, stock drops

    IAMGOLD posts loss for 2019, stock drops

    IAMGOLD (TSE: IMG) posted a net loss from continuing operations of C$373.3 million on revenues of $1.1 billion after recording a $395-million impairment charge related to its Westwood mine in Quebec.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1561499308230-0');}); Westwood experienced increased seismic activity in the fourth quarter and the company had to adjust mining methods and …Read More »
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