December 6, 2023

Behind the US manufacturing boom – Richard Mills

December 6, 2023

Visualizing the Rise of the U.S. Dollar Since the 19th Century

December 6, 2023

US Joins 21 Other Countries in Pledge to Triple Nuclear Energy Capacity by 2050

December 5, 2023

Gold not yet, copper will retest $4 – Richard Mills

December 5, 2023

Regulators Hope You Don’t Notice The Massive Hidden Losses In The Banking System

December 5, 2023

Silver Looks Like a Real Bargain Right Now

December 5, 2023

A US Nuclear Revival – and Net Zero – Depends on Westinghouse

December 4, 2023

Will High Interest Rates Trigger a Debt Disaster?

December 4, 2023

China is building nuclear reactors faster than any other country

December 4, 2023

The world’s strongest material could be used to make clean drinking water

December 2, 2023

Why commodities are sailing into a perfect storm of higher prices – Richard Mills

December 2, 2023

The Critical Minerals to China, EU, and U.S. National Security

December 2, 2023

Is Earth’s Magnetic Field on The Verge of Flipping Over? An Expert Explains.

November 30, 2023

$7.6 trillion of US government debt will mature in the next year, adding pressure on rates

November 30, 2023

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  • Yvon G.
    Hi there the man ''Ahead of his time ''   i have to say a big thank you for this really informative text on the  ''Mining Lost Decade '' . It says exactly what  this industry is facing ,for some right now, or for the other players , in a very short time , they will hit a wall.  High quality info ,solid facts and  deep  research work  you achieved, to show every mining industry actors what they seem to ignore or not see the major importance it represent for a ''Healthy and Competitive Mining World '' we have to keep, develop and expand  .  You hit a Homerun with this one !
    Yvon G.
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    As a subscriber to your newsletter I follow your work regular. I just want to thank you for your excellent articles - facts, research and text - especially the one about ”Government mandates cutting fertilizer emissions threaten to reverse the ’Green Revolution’ ” The context you provide is crucial. Question: Shouldn’t I, as a reader, in some way pay for your content ;) (I’m an old journalist now working with communications) Please let me know it there is any way I can support your work.

    Ulf Lindqvist - Sweden
  • Stan
    Hi Rick. Just finished reading your recent “Limits to Growth” essay. It was a fantastic read. All politicians should be reading it. All the best.
    Stan
  • Lisandro
    Hi Mr Rick, This is Lisandro, I´m from Argentina. I had the opportunity to read this article on Kitco.
    'Why 1% interest rate hikes won't fix + 6% inflation'
    It is excellente!!
    Best regards,
    Lisandro
  • Gerry
    Rick - Just to say , excellent article on water, I agree 100%.
    Gerry
  • Bill
    I am writing to offer my sincere appreciation not only for today's letter, but for the opportunity to continue to read your insightful articles and writing. Keep doing what you are doing, PLEASE!! Best regards from down under in PA.
    Bill
  • John
    Please add me to your free newsletter list. Great insights, great articles and very informative.
    John
  • Bill
    Good morning, Rick! I hope this email gets to you. I can't tell you how much I look forward to your continuing letters on the important issues of the day. Climate change, surging copper and lithium, precious water resources and more. In times past, I would look forward to the next Car & Driver or Motor Trend magazine in my mailbox. Now, it's your letters on my phone! In short, the letters are most informative, very well written, and educational to those of us who crave knowledge and information. Keep at it, my friend!
    Bill
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    Wow. Thought provoking insights and observations. Please sign me up for your newsletter. Thanks!
    Peter
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    Please add me to your free newsletter list. I just read your article ‘Trump Builds Economy and War Machine’ in CanadaFreePress.com and found it very interesting. Yours truly,  
    Ian
  • Bryan L
    Thanks, Rick. Most people are saying nothing about the drought because it hasn't affected the water supply. As a resident here in New Westminster, I think about being totally dependent on external supply for my Food, Water, and Energy. Keep it up.
    Bryan L