Articles Tagged "Cobalt Articles"

Chris Berry: ‘Do the Math’ to Choose Graphite, Cobalt Juniors

Cobalt – Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners and the Disruptive Discoveries Journal was a hot commodity at this week's Canvest conference. He participated in multiple panels and gave his own talk, and still found time to speak with the Investing News Network about why he sees opportunity in the graphite and cobalt markets.

Critical Metals Trends: Bullish on Cobalt

Cobalt – The 2015 Canvest conference in Vancouver featured a lively panel discussion on critical metals trends. In particular, Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners and the Disruptive Discoveries Journal spoke about why he's bullish on cobalt.

Formation Metals Confident in Idaho Cobalt Project After PEA Release

Cobalt – Life-of-mine gross revenue is pegged at $983 million, with life-of-mine net after-tax cash flow clocking in at $258 million. Meanwhile, the operation's pre-tax net present value is set at $148 million at an 8-percent discount, with an internal rate of return of 27.7 percent, while its post-tax net present value, also at an 8-percent discount, is estimated at $113 million with an internal rate of return of 24.07 percent.

Chris Berry’s Case for Opportunity in Energy Metals

Cobalt – Chris Berry is known for his positive view on energy metals in the midst of broader weakness in commodities prices. He brought up that point of view again during his presentation at this year's PDAC conference in Toronto, giving some insight into why he favors metals like lithium, graphite and cobalt and what the future might hold for those markets.

Cobalt Outlook 2015: Market Entering Deficit Territory

Cobalt – Tesla Motors and its lithium-ion battery gigafactory definitely stole the show in the cobalt market this past year. Looking forward, it appears that increased demand from that facility and others will begin to push the market into deficit.

Global Cobalt Moves In On High-Grade Project in Idaho Cobalt Belt

Cobalt – Global Cobalt announced on Monday that it had secured a lease agreement - including an option to purchase - for the Iron Creek cobalt-copper property, located in the prolific Idaho Cobalt Belt. Certainly, the Canadian exploration and development company is getting its hands into multiple geographical pots.