November 27, 2023

Lithium “Shortage” Bubble Implodes (Again), Price Collapsed 77% in a Year, as Demand and Production Both Surged

By Wolf Richter – Wolf Street Who needs fundamentals when you have rampant […]
November 27, 2023

Researchers create a new tectonic model of the Earth and it’s beautiful

By Mihai Andrei – ZME Science The Earth’s surface is a complex mosaic […]
November 27, 2023

Uranium sector ‘scrambling’ to fill supply gap

By Colin McClelland – Mining.com The price of uranium will hit triple-digits for […]
November 27, 2023

Two-State Solution

By Carl Bildt – Project Syndicate After more than a month of relentless […]
November 27, 2023

No, Don’t Do It!

By James Rickards – Daily Reckoning Almost 10 years ago, I sat in a […]
November 26, 2023

How China cornered the market for critical minerals and can the West break it’s near monopoly on these metals? – Richard Mills

2023.11.26 China is already gobbling up copper and copper ore at an incredible […]
November 26, 2023

When Does Federal Debt Reach Unsustainable Levels?

Penn Wharton University of Pennsylvania PWBM estimates that—even under myopic expectations—financial markets cannot […]
November 26, 2023

Fed Rate Cuts Will Not Save The Economy

By Daniel Lacalle – MISES WIRE Market participants who assume rate cuts will […]
November 26, 2023

The Shift to the Middle is Coming

 By Martin Armstrong – Armstrong Economics All the media is so anti-common sense […]
November 25, 2023

Global EV mandates would require 388 new mines: Fraser Institute

By Nelson Bennett – Mining.com Meeting the 2030 targets for electric vehicle mandates […]
November 24, 2023

Our Megathreatened Age

By Nouriel Roubini – Project Syndicate It is now common knowledge that economic, […]
November 24, 2023

Graphene’s Moment has Arrived

By Casey Luskin – Mind Matters In the 1967 movie The Graduate, Dustin Hoffman […]
November 23, 2023

Max Resource samples high-grade copper-silver from newly discovered AM-08 target – Richard Mills

2023.11.23 In mineral exploration, a promising discovery can often be validated by the […]
November 23, 2023

Copper supply rethink as smelter treatment charges fall

By Andy Home – Reuters LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Chilean copper miner Antofagasta (ANTO.L) last […]
November 23, 2023

Exposing the copper surplus myth – Richard Mills

2023.11.22 Commodity analysts predictions are usually wrong about copper supply, often predicting a […]
November 23, 2023

Copper Inventory Not Signaling Recession

By Goehring & Rozencwajg Driven by concerns of an impending global recession, copper […]
November 23, 2023

Fed Hike After A Long Pause? It’s Rare, But It Happens

By Tyler Durden – ZeroHedge It’s unusual for the Federal Reserve to hike […]
November 23, 2023

Even Higher for Longer if Markets Keep Fighting Central Banks, ECB’s Wunsch Explains. The Fed Has Same Problem

By Wolf Richter – Wolf Street The Fed, the ECB, the BOC, the […]
November 23, 2023

Tariffs; A failure of leadership

By Shang-Jin Wei – Project Syndicate Beyond undermining the rules-based international trading system, […]
November 22, 2023

China’s MMG Clinches Coveted Copper Mine With $1.9 Billion Deal

By Sybilla Gross, Bloomberg China’s MMG Ltd. has clinched one of the biggest copper […]
November 20, 2023

Biden and Xi Pick the Low-Hanging Fruit

By Stephen S. Roach US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s […]
November 19, 2023

October CPI Cools; Does This Really Mean the Fed Won the War?

By Michael Maharrey For the first time in several months, the Consumer Price […]
November 19, 2023

Graphene ‘gold’: MIT finds new properties in pencil lead

By Rizwan Choudhury A team of physicists from MIT has achieved a remarkable […]
November 18, 2023

Positioning in metals for economic recovery – Richard Mills

2023.11.18 “If it bleeds it leads” is a well-worn expression for describing how […]
November 18, 2023

Chinese Copper Smelter Inks First Drop in Fees in 3 Years

By Bloomberg News Chilean miner Antofagasta Plc and Chinese smelter Jinchuan Group agreed to […]
November 18, 2023

Where Have All the Foreign Buyers Gone for U.S. Treasury Debt? – WSJ

By The Wall STreet Journal Overseas private investors and central banks now own […]
November 17, 2023

U.S. Consumers Spend More Bucks for the Same Bang

By Felix Richter U.S. retail sales declined for the first time since March last […]
November 17, 2023

Mapped: Food Unaffordability Across the World

By Our World in Data Food is the palate’s poetry, the body’s fuel, […]
November 16, 2023

AOTH’s interest rate predictions have been bang on – Richard Mills

2023.11.16 At Ahead of the Herd, we pride ourselves on being right, when […]
November 16, 2023

All the Metals We Mined in One Visualization

By Bruno Venditti Major industries that directly consume processed mineral materials contribute 14% […]
November 15, 2023

Surimeau prospecting results advance battery metals and lithium exploration; Victoria drilling delivers mineralization – Richard Mills

2023.11.15 This week, Renforth Resources (CSE:RFR, OTCQB:RFHRF, FSE:9RR)  updated shareholders on results from the […]
November 15, 2023

Interventionism

By Connor O’Keeffe Interventionism creates a mixed economy between socialism and capitalism where […]
November 15, 2023

Interest Consumes 40% of Income Taxes, U.S. Treasury’s Unsustainable Path Raises Default and Inflation Fears

By Citizen Watch Report The interest payments on the national debt alone used […]
November 15, 2023

Inflation Cools as Consumer Prices Stagnate in October

By Felix Richter Inflation in the U.S. cooled down more than expected in […]
November 15, 2023

Brain’s Recycling System: Researchers Unlock the Secret to Neuron Renewal

By Aubern University Department of Physics Researchers at Auburn University have achieved a […]
November 14, 2023

Transient Treasures: Scientists Unearth Gold’s Remarkable Origin Story

By Jim Shelton New research offers a theory on how gold, platinum, and […]
November 14, 2023

A Nuclear Renaissance Is the Best Path Forward

By RJ Roux & Yaël Ossowski For decades, the fruits of the fracking revolution, plus our […]
November 14, 2023

China Tightens Grip on Copper, Key to World’s Energy Transition

By Bloomberg China is in the midst of a breakneck expansion of its […]
November 13, 2023

Five Key Charts to Watch in Global Commodity Markets This Week

By Doug Alexander Drought has made the Panama Canal a chokepoint for the flow […]
November 13, 2023

How Canada – and Bay Street – squandered the chance to finance the critical minerals revolution

By Tim Kiladze The financing taps for critical minerals companies are all but […]
November 13, 2023

Sovereign Debt is Eating the World

By Peter St. Onge Sovereign debt is eating the world. Lining up a […]
November 12, 2023

The Economic Consequences of the Gaza War

By Nouriel Roubini With Israel embarked on a military campaign to eliminate Hamas […]
November 11, 2023

Greenland glaciers melt five times faster than 20 years ago

By Johannes Birkebaek Global warming has increased the speed at which glaciers in Greenland […]
November 11, 2023

A Scientist Says the Singularity Will Happen by 2031

By Tim Newcomb “The singularity,” the moment where AI is no longer under […]
November 11, 2023

Half of mining still exploring for gold

By Frik Els New study shows a $1.1 billion drop in gold exploration […]
November 10, 2023

How Washington Hawks Helped Create the New “Axis of Evil”

By Connor O’Keeffe In 2002, President George W. Bush cited the now famous […]
November 10, 2023

U.S. Consumer Debt Climbs to $17.3 Trillion

By Felix Richter According to the New York Fed’s Quarterly Report on Household Debt […]
November 10, 2023

As Recession Noise Grows, Recession Signal Is Fading

By Tyler Durden The clamor for a US recession has grown louder in […]
November 9, 2023

Max extends CESAR strike to 120 km; buys back royalties – Richard Mills

2023.11.09 Max Resource Corp (TSXV:MAX; OTC:MXROF; Frankfurt:M1D2) has significantly expanded its footprint at […]
November 9, 2023

Preventing AI Nuclear Armageddon

By Melissa Parke Nuclear history is rife with near-misses, with disaster averted by […]
November 9, 2023

The deadly missile race in the Middle East

The Economist The ballistic missiles that arced from Yemen to Israel on October 31st […]
November 9, 2023

The Fed Won’t Achieve Either of Its Mandates

By Peter Schiff Now, had they used another form of taxation, had the […]
November 8, 2023

The Kinvestor Report Episode 10: Navigating Scary Times with Bob Moriarty

By Kinvestor Arlen and Bob dive into the world of investing risk, the […]
November 8, 2023

Drilling resumes at Renforth Resources’ Surimeau battery metals project in Quebec – Richard Mills

2023.11.08 The latest edition of the IEA’s Critical Minerals Market Review reveals that […]
November 8, 2023

EV Market’s Surge Toward $57 Trillion Sparks Global Flashpoints

By Bloomberg Economics The historic transition from the century-long era of the internal […]
November 7, 2023

5 reasons money will cost more – Richard Mills

2023.11.07 For more than three decades, the price of money has been falling. […]
November 7, 2023

The Interest Rate Shock Will Blow Up the Government’s Ponzi Game

By Thorsten Polleit In the international fixed-income markets, interest rates are rising, and […]
November 5, 2023

October’s Sobering Jobs Report Adds to Mounting Bad Economic News

By Ryan McMaken We find substantial evidence that the “strength” of the job […]
November 5, 2023

Central Banks May be Signaling a Plateau in Interest Rates

By Martin Armstrong Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said in a press conference: […]
November 4, 2023

Mining M&A in 2023 – Richard Mills

2023.11.04 Much of the M&A focus in 2022 was on Canada. In Q3 […]
November 3, 2023

Central Banks on Course for “Colossal” Year of Gold Buying

By Schiffgold After setting a record through the first half of the year, central […]
November 3, 2023

The future for fiat

By Alasdair Macleod The day of reckoning for unproductive credit is in sight. […]
November 3, 2023

Mounting Deficits Mark the US’s Road to Ruin

By Daniel Lacalle According to the U.S. Treasury, year-end data from September 2023 […]
November 2, 2023

The Specter of Hyperinflation Looms over the Economy

By Michael Matulef The threat of hyperinflation has haunted fiat money economies throughout […]
November 1, 2023

Hecla Mining invests $10M in Dolly Varden Silver, upping stake to 15.7% – Richard Mills

2023.11.01 The largest silver producer in the United States now has more skin […]
October 31, 2023

The dirty truth about why we need mining if we want a cleaner world

By Frank Giustra The mining industry has had its share of abuse over the […]
October 31, 2023

Max Resource unlocking the puzzle of a massive sedimentary basin – Richard Mills

2023.10.31 Max Resource (TXV: MAX, OTC: MXROF; Frankfurt: M1D2) continues to advance its […]
October 28, 2023

Catastrophe bonds clobber government paper with 16.5% returns – Richard Mills

2023.10.28 It must suck to be a bond investor these days. Bond markets […]
October 27, 2023

Gold’s New Major Upleg

By Adam Hamilton A new major upleg is underway in gold, which should […]
October 27, 2023

Lifting the Lid on Antarctica: Ancient Landscape Revealed Beneath Antarctica

By Durham University An international research team has unveiled an ancient landscape hidden […]
October 27, 2023

A Better Biden-Xi Summit?

By Stephen S. Roach There is a real possibility that US President Joe […]
October 26, 2023

Why Copper Is Critical for Data Centers

By Elements Visual Capitalist Data centers are computer server hubs that collect, store, […]
October 26, 2023

The Dangers of a “Cashless” Economy

By Patrick Barron Your ability to hold real cash, not just bank balances […]
October 25, 2023

Graphite One drills 15m of 10.75% Cg at Graphite Creek, as China slams the door on flake graphite exports – Richard Mills

2023.10.25 China is once again using its dominance in the mining and processing […]
October 25, 2023

Gold – Richard Mills

2023.10.25 Oil has traded stronger on the threat of supply interruptions in the […]
October 25, 2023

Teck’s Copper Mine Cost Blowout Shows Challenges in Industry

By Jacob Lorinc, Thomas Biesheuvel, and James Attwood Rising costs to build Teck Resources Ltd.’s flagship copper project […]
October 25, 2023

China ups critical minerals heat with graphite controls

mining.com China is upping the critical minerals stakes by curbing exports of graphite, […]
October 24, 2023

Uranium at Inflection Point, Will Get Completely Out of Hand

By Goehring & Rozencwajg The uranium bull market is just getting started, but […]
October 23, 2023

Scandium – A Metal for a Green Future

By eResearch Scandium (Sc) is an important metal with many applications in various […]
October 23, 2023

EGR has an excellent risk-reward profile at it’s Detour West Project in Ontario’s Abitibi Gold Belt – Richard Mills

2023.10-23 Gold’s move higher amidst the latest turmoil in the Middle East continues […]
October 22, 2023

Why Uranium has Enormous Upside Potential

By Doug Casey International Man: What makes uranium attractive as a speculation? Doug […]
October 22, 2023

The illness industry depends on unhealthy people eating unhealthy food

By Ethan Huff  Big Food, Big Pharma responsible for creating DANGEROUS U.S. dietary […]
October 21, 2023

There will be a recession someday, there always is one eventually. But not yet.

By Wolf Richter Our recession-watch here started shortly after the Fed kicked off […]
October 20, 2023

More Mines Needed to Provide Enough Copper, the “Metal of Electrification,” for Green Energy Shift

By Sandra Wirtz  Gathering for the Financial Times’s Mining Summit both in person and […]
October 20, 2023

Beijing Ratchets Up Export Controls – In the Crosshairs This Time: Graphite, the “Unsung Player” in the Battery Supply Chain

By Sandra Wirtz  In keeping with its known penchant for weaponizing trade, Beijing is […]
October 20, 2023

Who profits most from America’s baffling health-care system?

By The Economist The country spends about $4.3trn a year on keeping citizens […]
October 20, 2023

China, world’s top graphite producer, to curb exports of key battery material

By Siyi Liu and Dominique Patton China is the world’s top graphite producer and exporter. It […]
October 19, 2023

Anti-obesity drugs are an investable “fountain of youth” for baby boomers – Richard Mills

2023.10.19 Despite living longer than previous generations, baby boomers in the United States […]
October 19, 2023

Dolly Varden Silver CEO Shawn Khunkhun: Letting The Project Speak

By CEO.ca Dolly Varden Silver has just completed 51,000 meters of drilling at […]
October 19, 2023

The Ozempic Effect Is Coming for Everything From Kidney to Heart Disease Treatments

By Bloomberg It could cut demand for big-money drugs targeting a wide range […]
October 19, 2023

The Focus of China’s Belt and Road Initiative

By Martin Armstrong,  In hosting its third Belt and Road Initiative Forum on Tuesday […]
October 18, 2023

Have central banks lost control over the gold price?

By Goldmoney Over the past few months, gold prices have completely detached from […]
October 18, 2023

Global Debt at Record Levels and the Free Lunch Is Over

By Schiffgold Global debt rose $10 trillion to a record $397 trillion in […]
October 18, 2023

Firmer jewelery and investment demand helped offset slower central bank buying in Q2

By Wold Gold Council Interesting breakdown chart on recent gold demand. “Gold is […]
October 16, 2023

Backed by up to $47.2 million in non-dilutive funding Graphite One poised to deliver 2023 drill results – Richard Mills

2023.10.16 America’s largest graphite resource, and one of the biggest in the world, […]
October 16, 2023

Top miners, academics partner to seek new ways to discover sedimentary copper

By Mining.com Getech, a locator of subsurface resources, announced it has joined a […]
October 16, 2023

5 Signs that Gold Will increasingly Flow to the East

By Ronni Stoeferle The reshaping of the world economy and the global (political) order […]
October 15, 2023

Paralysis in Congress makes America a dysfunctional superpower

By The Economist Robert gates, a former defence secretary who served Republican and […]
October 13, 2023

Geopolitics Stagflation and Gold – Richard Mills

2023.10.13 The crisis playing out in the Middle East has profound strategic and […]
October 13, 2023

Gold Stocks Clawing Back

By Adam Hamilton The battered gold miners’ stocks are clawing back from their […]