Silver – Silver Investing News spoke again with Andrew Chanin, co-founder of the PureFunds ISE Junior Silver ETF, about the potential for a silver supply shortage and what's next for the white metal.
Uranium – Uranium prices have been less than impressive lately, and investors have been asking, "what's going on?" To learn more about the factors weighing down the uranium market, Uranium Investing News spoke with Rob Chang, analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald, and economical analyst Chris Berry.
Platinum – The Easter weekend brought the tabling of a new wage offer for striking South African platinum miners, and since then, talks between the miners and affected companies have resumed; however, so far, negotiations have failed to yield significant results.
Iron – Iron ore prices have lost 16 percent so far this year, and that trend does not look ready to change anytime soon.
Diamond – What's a natural fancy colored diamond supplier doing at wealth management conferences? Leibish & Co.'s Yaniv Marcus explains.
Uranium – At this year’s Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference, Investing News Network spoke with Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp, who is hopefully optimistic in today’s resource market.
Diamond – Peregrine Diamonds, North Arrow Minerals and Mountain Province Diamonds are among the diamond companies that John Kaiser likes.
Uranium – Azincourt Uranium Inc. (TSXV:AAZ) has agreed to continue funding exploration work into the second year of its earn-in option at its PLN project. The project is operated by Azincourt's joint venture partner, Fission 3.0 Corp (TSXV:FUU), and exploration work will start ahead of the mid June anniversary date, with diamond drill holes planned for summer/fall testing.
Gold – Richmont Mines Inc. (TSX:RIC,NYSEMKT:RIC) has achieved access to the upper portion of the Island Gold Deep resource with approximately 130 metres of development into the C Zone at a vertical depth of 560 metres. The claims are wholly owned by Richmont, and the company continues to delineate the resource through its 2014 definition drilling program while compiling results from 2013 exploration drilling.
Graphite – Graphite One Resources Inc. (TSXV:GPH,OTCQX:GPHOF) announced promising results from a second series of beneficiation tests conducted at SGS Canada Inc. on samples taken from its wholly owned Graphite Creek Deposit. Using a leaching process, the trials yielded results from a rough concentrate exceeding 99.9 percent carbon. The sample was produced from floatation which had an initial head grade of 92 percent carbon.
Copper – Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. (TSXV:BAY) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lyncorp International Ltd., which is 100% owned by David Mullen, to purchase four Christensen CS10 Core Drills with all associated equipment in addition to other equipment. The closing of the deal will be subject to, among other things, confirmation that the title to the equipment is in good standing, and the receipt of an appraisal for the equipment.
Gold – Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX-V:BGM) talks about gold production in 2014 and various projects in British Columbia, Canada.
Gold – Latin American Minerals (TSXV:LAT) CEO Miles Rideout spoke to Resource Investing News about its Paso Yobai property in Paraguay.
Uranium – Toro Energy Limited (ASX:TOE) Managing Director Vanessa Guthrie spoke to Resource Investing News about the Wiluna Project, Western Australia’s emerging uranium mine.
Potash – Potash West (OTCPINK:PWNNY,ASX:PWN) Managing Director Patrick McManus spoke to Resource Investing News about the Dandaragan Trough Project in Western Australia.
Uranium – The Economist reported that researchers at MIT, the University of Wisconsin and Chicago Bridge & Iron recently put forward the concept of floating nuclear power stations as a safer means of nuclear power generation.
Cobalt – Fortune Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FT) released a fact sheet that highlights just how important cobalt is in manufacturing rechargeable batteries.
Coal – In an article for Forbes, Christopher Helman wrote today that although solar, wind, and natural gas industries are booming, they will not be able to replace coal in the wake of sweeping plant shutdowns due to new EPA rules in the United States.
Silver – iNVEZZ.com reported that the price of silver is currently "fluctuating around $19.341, down 0.65 percent intraday." The white metal seems to be falling on the back of an increase in the 10-year US Treasury yield.