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Those keeping an eye on the gold space as of late will no doubt have noticed the flurry of large financing agreements.
Resource Investing News caught up with John Kaiser of Kaiser Research at Cambridge House International's 2015 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference. Kaiser spoke about the troubles plaguing Canadian juniors and also answered a few questions about diamonds.
At Cambridge House International's 2015 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, Resource Investing News had the chance to speak with Ross Beaty, chairman of Pan American Silver and Alterra Power, about his views on the commodities market.
At VRIC, Scott Gibson of Kitco Gibson discussed the uranium, copper and gold markets in a panel with Lawrence Roulston and Eric Coffin. Roulston advised investors not to get hung up on the short term.
In light of Energy Fuels' acquisition of Uranerz, Uranium Investing News takes a look at the possibility of consolidation becoming a trend in the US uranium space.
Avrupa Minerals Chairman Mark Brown discusses what his company's 2015 plans are. He also touches on how Avrupa's share price was able to gain 25 percent in a year that's been tough for many junior miners.
At VRIC, David Morgan spoke with Resource Investing News about a variety of topics, including his expectations for silver and gold prices in 2015, silver supply and demand dynamics and, of course, manipulation.
At VRIC, Resource Investing News spoke with Jon Hykawy, president and director of Stormcrow Capital, about the state of the rare earths market and what's ahead for rare earths prices in 2015.
Though palladium outperformed platinum in 2014, Bart Melek, TD Bank's head of commodity strategy, still favors platinum out of the two metals and suggested that its price could hit $1,600 by the end of 2014.
Located in Sweden, Tasman Metals' Norra Karr heavy rare earth element deposit is set to produce over 200 tonnes of dysprosium oxide per year over the next 20 years.