Diamond – What's a natural fancy colored diamond supplier doing at wealth management conferences? Leibish & Co.'s Yaniv Marcus explains.
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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.
"You don't have to have all your money in mining," Jim Letourneau said at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference. He suggests investors diversify into biotechnology and technology in 2014.
Cobalt – Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners will be focusing on cobalt this year, and he suggests keeping an eye on Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold to get a sense of what the market is doing.
Oreninc's Benjamin Cox explains that there are two fundamentally different types of investors in the resource exploration and development space: precious metals investors and base metals investors.
Uranium – At the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, Mickey Fulp identified Energy Fuels as a company that will prosper as the uranium price rises.
Uranium – Chris Berry, founder of House Mountain Partners, told Uranium Investing News that he still believes in uranium and sees it as "a contrarian's dream."
Silver – At the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, David Morgan, publisher of the Morgan Report, said he sees silver rising to the $30 to $34 range in 2014.
Silver – Stuart Ross, president and CEO of El Tigre Silver, spoke with Silver Investing News at the recent Vancouver Resource Investment Conference. He said that the company's tailings recovery project "is at a tipping point, it's ready to go forward with production."