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Palladium and Palladium One – Follow up

Palladium Prices To Remain Strong  Palladium prices continue to stay strong. What was long platinum’s “poor relation” remains priced well above $2000 per ounce, while platinum sells for less than $900.  The two metals, along with nickel or copper or both, are found together. Generally,  southern hemisphere producers, such as South Africa, have higher platinum...
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Energy Outlook de BP

Cher Partenaire, Le très attendu Energy Outlook de BP vient d’être publié. A ce stade, les énergies renouvelables sont gagnantes mais à court terme, les titres uranifères devraient suivre. Trois scénarios ont été envisagés pour illustrer la trajectoire de la transition énergétique d’ici 2050. Le premier (Rapid Transition) repose sur la mise en application de...
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Palladium One – a noble (metals) story to note

Summary and recommendation Palladium One (TSXV:PDM) is an exploration story that has been largely overlooked by the market. With its main projects in Finland, and a secondary nickel/palladium area in Ontario, Canada, the share price has not kept up with the value metrics, and so represents, as of the end of August, 2020, an interesting...
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There Is a Lot of Bullion Being Talked About the Value of Gold

There Is a Lot of Bullion Being Talked About the Value of Gold Not for the first time, a quote from the late 19th century banker John Pierpont Morgan popped up in a presentation by a gold advocate, it went “Gold is the only money – the rest is credit.” The quote was dated 1913,...
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Bitcoin – Where to from here?

Bitcoin – Where to from here? A glimpse of the Bitcoin’s recent history and immediate future   After the summer holiday, it is worth taking a look at how the cryptocurrency market, and particularly Bitcoin, its largest component, has been “growing up” while out of school. But first, let’s go back to basics. What is...
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Biosynthesis Goes Green

Thanks to recent advances in genetic engineering, microbiology and biochemistry, it is now possible to synthesize the multitude of organic substances – simple or complex – that a cell would not normally produce. Biosynthesis is a method of producing organic substances using living cells. This involves the introduction of a genetic sequence, comprising the instructions...
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Beyond Lithium and Cobalt

Perspectives on two other “energy metals” More correctly, this should be entitled “Besides Lithium and Cobalt.” Huge amounts of media attention, far beyond the specialist resource sector has been paid to both lithium – because of  its central place in the emergence of a modern electric vehicle sector – and to cobalt – mostly because...
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Collective flow of positive news

During these last months, a collective flow of positive news has been coming out of the uranium sector. We think that the next quarter will  be excellent for the whole uranium stocks. New composition of the ETF URA The ETF Global X Uranium (URA) has progressively been changing the composition of the elements in its...
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Nuclear Spring ?

After a decade of depression, the uranium sector may be staging a comeback If you set out to destroy value during the last decade, only buying Greek government bonds could have been as sure-fire a way to do this as owning a portfolio of uranium mining companies. In 2011 an ETF for the uranium sector,...
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Mining Precious Metals Streams For Investor Profits

Some words of wisdom imparted by one of the most successful mining promoters of the present day, at a speech to a recent mining conference, when describing what investors should look for in a mineral investment is “avoid companies with streams.” This did refer to projects with watercourses running through their properties, but to “pre-finance”...
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