Saturday , 19 October 2019


Other Metals

What’s the Best Choice Between Gold, Silver & Platinum?

Precious metals are looking like a great alternative these days given all the uncertainty - trade war, high corporate debt, high federal debt, possible negative interest rates, etc. - that exist in the economic environment out there. This article analyzes which metals to choose. The typical choices are gold, silver, and platinum.

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Rare Earth Metals Could Be Major Bargaining Chip in U.S.-China Trade Negotiations – Here’s Why

With the US-China trade war deteriorating it is becoming increasingly likely that China...[will] ban exports of rare earths to the USA. This would lead to a scramble by the US to source non-Chinese rare earth sources. This article...[highlights the supply situation and provides a link to those] non-Chinese rare earth miners which are likely to benefit from increased U.S. buying and/or investment.

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Where Do Diamonds Come From? (+2K Views)

Demand for diamond jewelry sales has tripled in the past 25 years yet most people don't know much about where diamonds come from. This infographic will change all that. Take a look and get informed in a matter of minutes.

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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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