Did you miss VRIC this year? Check out the highlights here.
How many stocks should an investor own? And which ones should they be? Brent Cook, Louis James, Frank Curzio and Benj Gallander gave their opinions at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference.
The oil space has been on a rollercoaster ride since 2015 began, but it seems it may be making a comeback. According to Scotiabank’s Patricia Mohr, with WTI at around US$59 to $60, the WCS heavy oil price should be US$52 in July.
The annual reconstitution of the Russell indexes was completed on June 19, and this year’s update saw two companies in the uranium space make the cut. Uranium Energy was added to the Russell 3000® Index and the Russell Global® Index, while Energy Fuels took a spot on the Russell 3000®
Richard Carleton, CEO of CNSX Markets, spoke with the Investing News Network about a variety of topics at Canvest. In particular, he talked about how crowdfunding fits into the marketplace and said he’d like to see Canadian regulators “step up their game somewhat” to help individual investors participate in the
The Investing News Network spoke with Jason Paltrowitz, executive vice president, corporate services at OTC Markets Group, after his panel at Canvest. He gave some insight into changes going on across the OTC marketplaces and how investors can identify good companies in today’s markets.
Chris Berry spoke with the Investing News Network about why he sees opportunity in the graphite and cobalt markets.
Here’s a look at what Marin Katusa said about uranium market trends during his talk at Canvest 2015. He believes investors can use those trends to hone in on good companies to invest in.