Many analysts believe the current low silver price is an opportunity to profit. Here are a few of the reasons they think that.
The share price of Australia's Lynas Corporation is down 75 percent year-to-date, so investors were no doubt happy to see some positive news in the company's first-quarter results. But although Lynas reported a respectable increase in both revenues and production, also decreasing its operating costs, it's still facing some struggles.
Anatolia Energy announced Tuesday that it has commenced a drilling program at its Sefaatli uranium prospect in Turkey, with the intention of moving it toward a JORC-compliant resource and thus adding to the 13.3 million pounds of U3O8 already defined at its nearby Temrezli deposit
Mark Brennan, president and CEO of Largo Resources, held a conference call on Thursday morning to discuss production from the Maracas Menchen vanadium project.
Investors in the uranium space are like Goldilocks: They have three major ways to play, says David Talbot, senior mining analyst at Dundee Capital Markets.
Investors are no doubt hoping for copper prices to tick upward, but weighing up global supply and demand, Thomson Reuters GFMS is not very optimistic. Still, the firm believes that "ultimately, the seeds will be sown for the next bull market."
Prophecy Coal enters into the silver market as it looks to diversify its holdings.
Gold Investing News spoke to Galane Gold CEO Ravi Sood about the company's strategy and its reason for staying "under the radar" for the past couple of years. The CEO also spoke to why he — and others — believe Galane's stock is currently undervalued.
This week Arianne Phosphate and DuSolo Fertilizers made headlines in the phosphate space. Here's a look at what's been going on.
Low iron ore prices and the recent Ebola outbreak are causing big problems for West African companies focused on the metal. Is there any way for investors to escape unscathed?