China could need about 1,000 nuclear reactors, 500,000 wind turbines or 50,000 solar farms as it gears up to fight climate change. Currently, 23 nuclear reactors are built in the country, with a further 26 under construction.
"They're more heavily oversold than gold and have some very powerful upward moves when they're coming off the bottom," he said in a conference call Friday. "You have to be very nimble right now to take advantage of those moves because they seem to be very short, but I think what we're seeing here is the beginning, the starting of a recovery in this market."
Orogenic deposits are the source of much of the world's gold. Here is a look at the components that make up orogenic deposits.
Chuck Jeannes, CEO of Goldcorp, spoke with Sprott Global Resource Investments about the gold market, his company's unsuccessful takeover bid for Osisko Mining and more.
Nevsun Resources got the market's attention on Thursday when its stock jumped on rumors of a billion-dollar acquisition. However, it made headlines again on Friday for all the wrong reasons.
Though it's probably not on investors' go-to list for uranium exposure, the Global X Uranium ETF has been doing much better lately. If the uranium price keeps rising, it could be a good option for those interested in the commodity.
Uralkali suffered flooding and a sinkhole at its Solikamsk-2 mine this week, prompting speculation that the company may have to reduce its output.
Golden Arrow, Levon Resources and Minco Silver all have at least two things in common: they're focused on silver and have experienced share price jumps in the last five days.
Police moved in and arrested protesters in Burnaby on Thursday as Kinder Morgan attempted to continue surveying work for its Trans Mountain pipeline project.
Moly prices could be in for a boost in the next five years if the metal is buoyed up by increased consumption and production in China. A report released Thursday states that the country's moly consumption is set to hit 120,000 metric tons in 2015, reaching 135,000 MT by 2020.