When US President Donald Trump was elected last year, many mining companies thought he would help them move their projects forward. Has that actually happened?
“[Bubbles] do come to an end once in awhile,” says Rob McEwen of McEwen Mining. He also discusses his company’s recent acquisition of the Black Fox Complex.
Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp explains why he’s bullish on copper in the short term and zinc in the medium term. He also mentions two stocks he likes.
In this wide-ranging interview, Hard Rock Analyst editor Eric Coffin talks about the gold price, companies he likes and why he thinks zinc is compelling.
Salier, a partner at Sprott Capital Partners, explains why it’s potentially profitable for investors to consider ASX- and LSE-listed mining stocks.
Mayer, a senior portfolio manager at Sprott Asset Management USA, believes beaten-down gold stocks could have a change of fortune in the coming months.
James discusses Trump, his latest research on the gold market and why he’s feeling confident about cobalt.
King, who writes and edits Jim Rickards’ Gold Speculator, sees gold passing $1,300 per ounce by the end of 2017.
The company believes the acquisition will allow it to move forward at Mount Mulgine more quickly and with lower costs.
Michael Silver of American Elements met with White House officials earlier this week to discuss nationalizing the Mountain Pass rare earths mine.
SRG Graphite Inc. (TSXV:SRG) announced drill results from its West Africa-based Lola graphite project. Assay results from 27 boreholes completed at the project continue to confirm its high-grade potential, with 10 of them grading above 10 percent graphitic carbon.
Four inside sources have said that US President Donald Trump is “increasingly unlikely” to nominate Janet Yellen for a second term as Fed chair.
Paul said in a weekend interview that he wouldn’t be surprised to see US markets fall 25 percent and gold rise 50 percent in the next several months.