5 Top PDAC 2015 Video Interviews

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A compilation of the top five video interviews Resource Investing News conducted at PDAC.

At the 2015 PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange in Toronto, Resource Investing News had the pleasure of interviewing thought leaders and company CEOs who discussed a variety of topics and lent their insight into what the future may hold for various commodities.

Here we’ve put together the top five videos so far, just in case you missed them earlier this month.

1. Rick Rule: ‘Gold Doesn’t Need to Win the War Against the US Dollar’

Rick Rule, founder of Sprott Global Resource Investments, talked about what is preventing M&A activity in the gold space and touched on the gold price and why it’s doing well in every currency except the US dollar.

2. David Morgan: ‘We’re Living in a Rigged Game

David Morgan, publisher of the Morgan Report, shed some light on silver‘s recent price action, explained why industrial silver demand is set to expand and touched on the gold-silver price ratio. He also discussed his new book, “The Silver Manifesto.”

3. Rob Chang on the Uranium Market for 2015

Rob Chang, senior analyst and head of metals and mining for Canada at Cantor Fitzgerald, talked about why the uranium spot price hasn’t ticked up in response to recent supply disruptions and what Cantor Fitzgerald sees the spot price averaging for 2015. He also gave some insight into which companies are on his radar.

4. Ross McElroy on Fission’s Latest Drill Results

Ross McElroy, COO of Fission Uranium (TSXV:FCU), took some time out to talk about results that were released during the conference and gave some insight into what the company will be focusing on at its Triple R uranium deposit moving forward.

5. Ucore’s Ken Colllison: MRT to ‘Revolutionize the Rare Earth Business’

Ken Collison, COO of Ucore Rare Metals (TSXV:UCU), talked about the Molecular Recognition Technology (MRT) that allowed his company to successfully separate each of the rare earth elements from a pregnant leach solution derived from feedstock from its Bokan Dotson-Ridge project. Collison also explained how the MRT process works and compared it to traditional solvent extraction methods.


Securities Disclosure: I, Kristen Moran, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article. 

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PDAC 2015: Notes from the Floor

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