Pretium recently invited analysts to visit its Brucejack gold deposit in British Columbia. They came away impressed with what they saw.
Today's industry comment from analyst David Sadowski of Raymond James indicates good news for the uranium sector. Activity surged on the uranium spot market last week, with both spot and long-term prices holding steady overall.
Ethan Park of Extract Capital could teach a college graduate-level course on the differences between phosphate and potash. Park's basic advice to The Energy Report: Don't miss out on making money with these essential commodities just because they smell like, well, fertilizer.
Paramount's PEA uses a base case price of $1,350 per ounce for gold and $22 for silver, slightly above where those commodities have been hovering lately. However, with an all-in cash cost of $855 per recovered gold equivalent ounce, CEO Chris Crupi is confident the "project will fly" at current prices, and could even stand up against a slight drop.
High-profile members of Alberta's oil industry have spoken out against Leonardo DiCaprio's rumored oil sands documentary.
Henry Bonner of Sprott Global Resource Investments interviews Ian Gordon to get his take on the role of Kondratiev's "long wave cycle" in explaining the economic environment we are seeing today.
Michael Fowler, senior mining analyst with Toronto-based Loewen, Ondaatje & McCutcheon, predicts when gold breaks out, mining M&A will take off. He expects the major producers to lead the next rush of M&A.
Hot on the heels of the Sandstorm/Franco-Nevada streaming deal for True Gold Mining's Karma project, Gold Investing News spoke with Nolan Watson for the inside scoop on changes with streaming and royalty companies.
At 845,000 ounces of gold and 28.3 million ounces of silver, Argonaut Gold is no doubt pleased with the resource estimate for its San Agustin project. The property is located just 10 kilometers from the company's operating El Castillo mine.
Yaniv Marcus of Leibish & Co. discusses how this year's Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender compares to the one held last year, also touching on what the future holds for the Argyle mine.