SOURCE:[Uranium Investing News] - Uranium stocks are becoming collateral damage in the sell-off in oil over the last couple of months. Since mid-July, oil is down around 20% from $102 per barrel to $83 as of October 201. This has also become a problem for many uranium stocks. Uranium Energy Corp. is down around 27% in the three months ending October 20 2, Fission Uranium Corp. has lost over 30%,3and... [Read more...]
"There are strong reasons to expect silver mining stock prices to rise in the near term," says a new Silver Institute/CPM Group report.
SOURCE:[Mineweb] - CPM Group Managing Partner Jeffrey Christian not only writes reports on silver investment demand, he is a true believer in the value of silver as an investment.
In the free 50-page report, “Silver Investment Demand: A comprehensive study report... [Read more...]
Prices Up From 2014 Lows Hit in Early October
SOURCE:[The Wall Street Journal] - Appetite for physical gold in India and China has rebounded in recent days, with low prices boosting demand during India’s Diwali festival, the country’s biggest gold-buying occasion of the year.
Demand surrounding this year’s Diwali festival, which was celebrated Thursday, rose by around a third from last year,... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The Mining Report] - The all-powerful U.S. dollar is currently hammering base metals and base metal equities. Haywood Securities Mining Analyst Stefan Ioannou says that increasing demand and near-term supply shortages make base metals a bargain that won't last. In this interview with The Mining Report, Ioannou argues that juniors with good deposits and low costs are in a unique position to... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[The National Investor] - My good friends at GoldEditor.com asked me to share some of my thoughts with you on the recent behavior of the Gold Market.
The subject du jour, of course, is gold.
Now--as I expressed to my good friends at Gold Editor--I actually will be releasing in a few weeks' time a special issue of The National Investor dealing chiefly with the gold market. If you like, you can... [Read more...]
SOURCE:[Economic Times] - India's gold imports are likely to double in October, driven by demand from consumers who purchase jewellery during the festival season. But investment demand, usually in the form of coins and bars, is likely to be less this year, which in turn may reduce the volume of gold entering the country through illegal routes, say industry executives.
The bullion industry pegs gold... [Read more...]