Saturday , 18 August 2018


Other Metals

Extended Base Metal Boom On the Horizon – Here’s Why

During periods of economic expansion, base metals such as copper, zinc, nickel, lead, and aluminum are the first materials to support a bustling economy, reducing inventory at metal warehouses and eventually their source, mines. Today’s infographic comes to us from Tartisan Nickel and it takes a look at the surging demand for base metals for use in renewable energy and EVs, and whether this could translate into a sustained bull market for base metals.

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These Minerals Are Critical to U.S. Economic & National Security

What do cobalt, uranium, helium, titanium, and fluorspar have in common? According to the U.S. government, these are all minerals that are deemed critical to both the economic and national security of the country. The list of 35 minerals (listed below) includes those that are important for defense, economic, and industrial purposes – and it keys in especially on minerals that are not produced in substantial quantities domestically.

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The Case For $2,450/ozt. Platinum!

The Platinum:Palladium and Gold:Platinum Ratios, plus the decline in supply growth, suggest that we could see much higher platinum prices in the years to come - perhaps by as much as 160.6% were its pricing to revert back to the historical mean.

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This Small-cap Explorer Strategically Positioned To Take Advantage Of Supply Panic In Cobalt & Lithium

Tesla just activated its battery gigafactory, and China is moving to hoard the world’s cobalt supplies at the same time that Trump promises a military build-up that can only happen with the precious metal. This all means supply panic for everything from the electric car break-out to the military industrial complex. Right in the middle of this we have small-cap North American explorers—our new potential barons-in-the-making—in whose hands our energy revolution now lies.

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