Investing in natural resources can be rewarding but it does have its challenges. There are lots of technical terms to understand, resources are sometimes located in risky & distant jurisdictions and from 100 exploration projects, less than 1 will become a mine. Yes, tough odds, but if you happen to buy into a company when … Continue reading 5 things you absolutely need to know before investing in gold companies
Well, if you've read any of my previous posts or follow me in any of my socials, you may already have assumed what I am about to say. But bear with me... I have my reasons! Yes, I do believe you need natural resources. Shocker! Where do I start? There are certainly many reasons but I … Continue reading Should you have natural resources in your stock portfolio? Like, really??
So the world is going crazy about lithium and it all sort of started back in 2015, when the price tripled (I wrote about it before). Unless you live under a rock you are very aware of this. Most projections strongly suggest that this trend will continue because the fundamentals behind these estimations are very … Continue reading 5 things you need to know before investing in lithium stocks
I am a big supporter of lithium, as a commodity. There are many reasons. I'd say it starts with the fact that there is such a huge potential for demand growth, as our requirements for batteries are expanding and we are most likely years away from a technology that can replace it (such as graphene … Continue reading In lithium, we trust*
A little over a year ago, I wrote about why I thought it was time for investors to return to Argentina; I shared what was happening after Mauricio Macri took office and what was to be expected, in my opinion. Shortly after, I was also one of the experts interviewed by The Northern Miner, a … Continue reading Argentinean conundrum. Part 2: Yes, it is time to go back!
It’s been only 70 days since Mauricio Macri took office, Argentina’s 53rd president, and already the mining industry can celebrate pro-business policies being put forward boldly and without hesitation, as promised during his campaign. The currency controls were lifted swiftly –as I always said they would, but frankly I never thought it would take so … Continue reading The Argentinean conundrum: Is it time to go back?