Copper Investing News recently spoke with Anfield's CEO, Corey Dias, about the company's strategy and what it has been up to lately. In addition to giving some insight into Anfield's strategies for its copper and uranium projects, the CEO shared his thoughts on what factors are important for investors to consider in the junior mining space.
Uranium was doing so well at the beginning of the year before suddenly falling out of favor. Raymond James' David Sadowski spoke with Uranium Investing News to help investors understand what is happening in the current market.
Billionaire Donald Trump recently cautioned Americans that the United States is headed towards financial ruin. As gold bugs are no doubt aware, that's great for gold.
Recently, Mesa Exploration's prospecting permit for the Utah-based Bounty potash project was rejected by the Bureau of Land Management. Potash Investing News spoke to the bureau to find out why.
Roskill sees tungsten demand slowing into 2018, but that doesn't mean the whole sector is going to suffer.
Coal upgrading technologies have gotten plenty of attention as of late in light of recent changes to U.S. EPA rules, but these technologies are not new. Companies around the world have long been working hard to improve and develop efficient and environmentally friendly methods of upgrading coal.
Food security is a condition that exists "when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life." Unfortunately, this is not the case.
In short, yes. The supply situation for molybdenum-99 is precarious, and that could be a problem given that it's used to produce to technetium-99m, a key diagnostic tool used in nuclear medicine.
Glencore has solidified its support of Iberian Minerals' Cehegín iron ore project in Southeastern Spain.
Silver jumped to a three-month high of $21.14 per ounce on Tuesday and since then it has managed to stay fairly close to that level.