Rare Earth – A summary of the Q1 2013 highlights of eight rare earth companies.
Articles Tagged "2013"
Uranium – Lackluster uranium spot market activity over the past few months is leading impatient investors to wonder if 2013 will truly be uranium's comeback year.
Gold – Many are concerned about gold's role in the current risk-on environment. The WGC weighs in.
Silver – CPM Group believes long-term prices look set to weaken. Moreover, bulls may be prone to risk right now.
Two high-profile groups believe the major challenges that miners will face in the coming year come down to one word: costs.
Tin – Rising demand and ongoing supply deficits added up to continued gains for tin this year, one analyst told Tin Investing News.
Tellurium – After a bumpy 2012, tellurium markets are looking to 2013 for a rebound in demand from both the solar and electronics sectors.
Oil – While factors such as rising production and slow global economic growth could conspire to make energy production a risky business in 2013, a number of well-poised companies are likely to record upside in the short to medium term.
The Commodity Investor believes that Brent crude may end up being 2013's top-performing commodity. Here's why.
Uranium – Industry analysts see early signs of a crucial turnaround for both uranium spot prices and uranium mining shares as the market heads toward a supply deficit.