The Demise of the Dollar: The Rush to Gold is Here
Faced with a weakening dollar, major economic powers such as China, Russia and Germany are replenishing their gold reserves.
Egypt’s sole gold-exporting mine reports high profits
For 2018, the company hopes to produce 580,000 ounces, up from an estimate of 550,000-560,000 ounces.
Bad news for bitcoin miners
Bitcoin has dropped to a point where it's not that profitable to produce, according to some estimates.
JPMorgan has calculated when the next recession will hit
JPMorgan uses a proprietary economic model to forecast the probability of a recession.
Conventional Oil and Gas Gains Competitive Edge
The surge in tight oil production from the U.S. has forced companies in conventional plays to optimize operations to stay competive.
Gold edges lower on political drama and firming dollar
Gold prices edged lower, it's time to invest.
US Senate approves bill rewriting post-crisis bank rules
The bill would ease tight restrictions on small banks and community lenders and includes a number of other provisions beneficial to all but the largest U.S. banks.
China minister says trade war with US would be "disaster"
Chinese leaders have threatened in the past to retaliate against raised trade barriers, but have yet to take direct action following Trump's announcement.
One of Australia's largest gold mines halts operations after dam collapse
The Cadia gold mine stop producation after a dam collapse.
Platinum: a bargain?
In this report we study the current condition of platinum as an investment.
We will first study if the current price of platinum can be considered cheap historically.
We will then assess the supply/demand of platinum and its current deficit. We will study the financial condition of the major miners of platinum.
We will finally compare the current platinum condition to the palladium condition, knowing that palladium prices recently surged to all time highs.