Demand for uranium is set to rise in the next decade, meaning it's time for Australia cut the red tape surrounding uranium mining.
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings, talked uranium with INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf at the the recent World Resource Investment Conference.
Costly iron ore projects are moving forward despite the metal's lagging price.
China's State Reserves Bureau has purchased nickel for the first time since 2009. While that is not likely to impact prices for the metal in the long term, a short-term rise is expected.
The recent drop in gold prices is a confirmation, or a revelation, to investors of the battle between the physical and paper gold markets. In this interview with The Gold Report, Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter, predicts the timing of a handoff from Asian physical demand to Western speculative demand and assesses the readiness of the junior market to respond to a revival in commodity prices. Plus, in a tip to Father's Day, he discusses his efforts to groom the next generation of investors.
Formation Metals has signed a letter agreement to sell its Sunshine Precious Metals Refinery, but its largest shareholder is prepared to block the sale.
Potash Investing News spoke with Allana Potash's senior vice president of corporate development, Richard Kelertas, who offered us a look at the company.
Kinross Gold is dumping its huge Fruta del Norte project in Ecuador just as the country is poised to pass mining reforms designed to attract new investment.
Leonard Melman, publisher of the Melman Report, believes another downleg is possible for gold, but the long-term bull market is intact.
June is historically silver's weakest month. That means now is the time to invest in the white metal.